• Site Map

    All the web pages on the conference website







My Goldschmidt

Role functions

Abstract Details

(2020) Analysis of Uranium Geochemistry in Indian Groundwaters with a Unified Thermodynamic Model

Sujathan S & Singh A


The author has requested that this abstract is not discussed on social media.

Sorry, the PDF cannot be displayed on your browser.

Download abstract

The author has indicated that they are available to discuss this presentation on Tuesday 23rd June 22:45.

Click here to join discussion

13g: Room 4, Tuesday 23rd June 22:33 - 22:36

Listed below are questions that have been submitted by the community that the author will try and cover in their presentation. To submit a question, ensure you are signed in to the website. Authors or session conveners approve questions before they are displayed here.

Submitted by Karen Hudson-Edwards on Wednesday 17th June 15:43
Are there other sources of drinking water for local populations so they can avoid drinking U-rich water?
In very remote locations in India, where public water supply does not reach, unfortunately people do not have sources other than groundwater. As data compiled by the present study suggests, U contamination decreases with depth. Deeper aquifers have therefore safer drinking water as far as uranium is concerned.

Sign in to ask a question.

Goldschmidt® is a registered trademark of the Geochemical Society and of the European Association of Geochemistry

Website managed and hosted by White Iron Conferences on behalf of the international geochemical community