Paul L. Younger mostly deals with Environmental engineering, Water pollution, Hydrology, Acid mine drainage and Coal mining. His Environmental engineering research includes themes of Water quality, Wetland and Environmental remediation. His Water pollution study incorporates themes from Carbonate and Environmental impact assessment.
In the subject of general Hydrology, his work in Groundwater, Hydrology and Submarine groundwater discharge is often linked to Species diversity, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Acid mine drainage study combines topics in areas such as Manure and Sewage treatment. The Coal mining study combines topics in areas such as Mining engineering, Fauna and STREAMS.
His primary areas of investigation include Groundwater, Environmental engineering, Mining engineering, Coal mining and Hydrology. His Groundwater research incorporates themes from Hydrogeology and Borehole. His Borehole research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Geochemistry and Geothermal energy.
His studies deal with areas such as Waste management, Water pollution and Wetland as well as Environmental engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Water quality, Pyrite and Drainage. As part of his studies on Hydrology, Paul L. Younger often connects relevant areas like Acid mine drainage.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mining engineering, Geothermal gradient, Coal, Coal mining and Petroleum engineering. His studies in Mining engineering integrate themes in fields like Acid mine drainage, Pooling and Extraction. His work on Geothermal energy and Geothermal exploration as part of general Geothermal gradient study is frequently connected to High heat and Pluton, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
His research on Coal concerns the broader Waste management. His work carried out in the field of Coal mining brings together such families of science as Overburden and Subsidence. His work on Hydraulic fracturing is typically connected to Early results as part of general Petroleum engineering study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His primary areas of study are Petroleum engineering, Hydraulic fracturing, Early results, Shale gas and Groundwater resources. The various areas that he examines in his Petroleum engineering study include Coal combustion products, Coal particle and Computational fluid dynamics. His study in Hydraulic fracturing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Aquifer and Stage.
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Mine Water: Hydrology, Pollution, Remediation
Paul L Younger;Steven A Banwart;Robert S Hedin.
Mine-water chemistry: the good, the bad and the ugly
David Banks;Paul L. Younger;Rolf-Tore Arnesen;Egil R. Iversen.
Environmental Earth Sciences (1997)
Submarine groundwater discharge
Paul L. Younger.
Mine Water Hydrology
Paul L. Younger;Steven A. Banwart;Robert S. Hedin.
Phosphorus removal from waste waters using basic oxygen steel slag.
Lawrence I Bowden;Adam P Jarvis;Paul L Younger;Karen L Johnson.
Environmental Science & Technology (2009)
Mining Impacts on the Fresh Water Environment : Technical and Managerial Guidelines for Catchment-Focused Remediation
JM Amezaga;C Baresel;G Destouni;J Göbel.
Mine Water and The Environment (2004)
Groundwater in the environment : an introduction
Paul L. Younger.
Wetland treatment at extremes of pH: A review
W.M. Mayes;L.C. Batty;P.L. Younger;A.P. Jarvis.
Science of The Total Environment (2009)
Mine water pollution in Scotland: nature, extent and preventative strategies.
Science of The Total Environment (2001)
A strategy for modeling ground water rebound in abandoned deep mine systems.
R. Adams;P.L. Younger.
Ground Water (2001)
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