Inverse geochemical modelling demonstrates how weathering and ion surface exchange control groundwater chemistry in the Pra Basin (Ghana)

Evans Manu , Michael Kühn , Thomas Kempka & Marco De Lucia
Effective implementation of sustainable water resources management is one of the daunting tasks in most parts of the world. The Pra Basin has a high economic importance, hosting most of Ghana’s mineral resources, including gold, bauxite, iron, manganese, and diamonds. Currently, the basin is faced with several water resources management issues, especially pollution arising from the discharge of untreated waste into water bodies and illegal artisanal mining. Considering this background, the present study aims to...
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