I assume this is David Parkhurst's address.
I took the IGWMC class in geochem modeling in Golden back in 1995 (when Phreeqc was just about to be introduced), and have done a fair bit of modeling on mining projects since then. I am now working on a project at an ISL uranium mine, and need to find a database for Phreeqc that includes radium species. I have heard that such a database has been developed, and am wondering if you know how I might obtain it.
Please let me know at your earliest convenience.
Doyle Environmental Consultants
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Corrales, New Mexico 87048
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