With this message, I am forwarding your questions to the author (Dave - with your response, please include a cc to h2osoft@xxxxxxxx for the e-mail archive.) Kate Flynn U.S. Geological Survey Office of Surface Water "Elizabeth Delaney" To: h2osoft@xxxxxxxx <x99delaney1@xxx cc: mail.com> Subject: PHREEQC 08/21/2003 02:21 PM Please respond to x99delaney1 I am a student at Western Michigan University and I work in the Water Chemistry Lab for Dr. Michael Barcelona. I am trying to gain some proficiency with PHREEQC and I have a question for you. I'm using PHREEQC to model the interaction between ground water, sea water, and limestone aquifers. The trouble I'm having is that I can't seem to figure out how to have the limestone interact with the sea water and ground water. I have input the sea water and ground water with the command SOLUTION. I'm just not sure what to put the limestone under and then what to do to get the desired interaction. Do you have any insight to this problem? I would really appreciate your help. Elizabeth Delaney x99delaney1@xxxxxxxxxxx or e9delane@xxxxxxxxx Water Chemistry Lab Western Michigan University (269) 387-2926 Get MSN 8 and enjoy automatic e-mail virus protection.
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