Articles | Volume 4, issue 1
Original research article
15 Feb 2018
Original research article |  | 15 Feb 2018

Saturated and unsaturated salt transport in peat from a constructed fen

Reuven B. Simhayov, Tobias K. D. Weber, and Jonathan S. Price

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Lab experiments were performed to understand solute transport in peat from an experimental fen. Transport was analyzed under saturated and unsaturated conditions using NaCl (salt). We tested the applicability of a physical-based model which finds a wide consensus vs. alternative models. Evidence indicated that Cl transport can be explained using a simple transport model. Hence, use of the physical transport mechanism in peat should be evidence based and not automatically assumed.