A Simple Diffusion Sampler for Pore-Water Hydrogen as a Tool for Understanding Redox Conditions in Saturated Sediment. By Don A. Vroblesky U.S. Geological Survey Columbia, S.C. ([email protected]). VOCs from ground water transported through bottom sediment. PEEPERS.
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A Simple Diffusion Sampler for Pore-Water Hydrogen as a Tool for Understanding Redox Conditions in Saturated Sediment
By Don A. Vroblesky
U.S. Geological Survey
Presence of oxygen means oxygenated conditions. But:
Chapelle, Vroblesky, Woodward, and Lovley, 1997, ES&T, v. 31, p. 2873-2877
Method: Observe H2 changes over time in headspace over sediment to determine the equilibrium concentrations
Shortcomings: Disturbed sediment typically does not represent in situ conditions. The TEAP in the vials can change over the equilibration period.
(Chapelle et al.,
(Spalding and Watson,
(Vroblesky et al.,
USGS WRI 01-4242, 2001)
A. Plunger; not deployed
B. Syringe and stopcock
C. Deployed syringe in two LDPE sleeves
(Vroblesky et al., in press, Ground Water)
Fractured rock and saprolite, so little or no TOC