Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2004. — 272 p. — (Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences). — ISBN 3540203389.The book introduces the topic of geochemical modeling of fluids in subsurface and hydrothermal systems. The intention is to serve as a textbook for graduate students in aqueous, environmental and groundwater geochemistry, despite the fact that its focus is on the special topic of geochemistry in hydrothermal systems, it also provides new insights for experienced researchers with respect to the topic of reactive transport.
General Significance of Geochemical Models of Hydrothermal Systems Fossil and Recent Hydrothermal Systems Hydrogeothermal Energy Use Reservoir Exploration and Management Geochemical Models Concepts, Classification, and Chemistry of Geothermal Systems Conceptual Model and Classification Static – Conductive Systems Dynamic – Convective Systems Geothermal Water Compilation Chemical Interpretation of Geothermal Waters Processes Affecting the Chemical Composition of Hydrothermal Waters Geothermometer Theory of Chemical Modeling Geochemical Equilibrium Kinetic Models Reaction Pathways Simulation of Transport and Reaction Uncertainty, Usefulness, and Limitations of Models Specific Features of Coupled Fluid Flow and Chemical Reaction Flow Induced Reaction Patterns Porosity and Permeability (Reduction) Models Reactive Infiltration Instability Thermal Convection Fossil Hydrothermal Systems Ore Deposits and Diagenesis Anhydrite Cementation at the Location Allermöhe Recent Hydrothermal Systems Investigating Geothermal Field Development and Structures Waiwera – New Zealand Reservoir Management Brine Rock Interaction, Reactive Tracer, Mineral Recovery, and Gas Contents Long Term Performance at Stralsund (Germany)
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