Fate and transport of munitions constituents

Susan Taylor, Annamaria Halasz, Katerina Dontsova, Sonia Thiboutot, Guy Ampleman & Jalal Hawari
Live-fire military training scatters energetic compounds onto range soils. Once deposited on soil the explosives and propellants ingredients can dissolve in water (precipitation, delete), experience complex interactions with soil constituents, and migrate through subsurface soil leading to ground water contamination. While in contact with soil these chemicals are also subject to several abiotic (hydrolysis, photolysis, and reaction with metals) and biotic (biotransformation) reactions both in the solid and in the aqueous state In this review...
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