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All abstracts by Jichun Wu in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2013) Phytoremediation for Co-contaminated Soils of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Cadmium Using Willow
Sun Y, Xu H, Li J & Wu J

(2012) MGMTP Software to Obtain Tritium Concentration in Precipitation
Luo Y, Zhang Y, Ye S & Wu J

(2012) The Impact of Gas on Flow of DNAPL in Porous Media
Ye S, Yang J & Wu J

(2011) Mining-Induced Groundwater Environmental Impact Assessment at Shuyang County, Jiangsu Province, China
Zhu X, Wu J, Wu J & Xia Y

(2011) Integrated Development and Management of Water Resources: A Typical Area in China
Wang D, Wu J, Wang L & Shi Y

(2010) Characterization and Monitoring Transport of DNAPLs at a Contaminated Site Using Geophysical Methods and Numerical Simulation
Shi X, Wu J, Zhu X, Jiang Y & Sun Y

(2010) Sustainable Development and Utilization of Groundwater Resources Considering Land Subsidence: A Case Study in Suzhou City, China
Wu J, Shi X, Ye S, Xue Y & Zhang Y

(2009) Some Progress on Flood Risk Analysis
Wang D, Wu J & Zhu Q

(2008) Groundwater Modeling in Zhalute County, Inner Mongolia, China with the Help of ERT Used to Build the Hydrogeology Conceptual Model
Zhu X, Wu J & Xia Y

(2008) Water Resources System of the Changjiang River Delta in China
Wang D, Wu J, Wang L & Shi Y

(2008) Geostatistical Analysis for Estimating the Spatial Variability of Hydrogeological and Soil Parameters for the Regional Simulation of Land Subsidence in Shanghai City, China
Shi X, Wu J, Xue Y, Wei Z, Li Q & Wang H

(2008) Modeling of Regional Land Subsidence in Shanghai City, China
Wu J, Shi X, Ye S, Xue Y & Zhang Y

(2007) To Harmonize the Water Resources System of Lake Taihu Basin in China Using Circular Economy Notion
Wang D, Wu J, Shi Y & Gong Z

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