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Environmental Isotopes in Hydrogeology

ISBN-10: 1566702496
ISBN-13: 9781566702492
Edition: 2013
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Book details

Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: CRC Press LLC
Publication date: 7/23/1997
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 342
Size: 7.50" wide x 10.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.2
Language: English

Ian D. Clark is professor in the School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Toronto. Greg Moran is a member of both the clinical and developmental groups within the Department of Psychology, University of Western Ontario. Michael Skolnik is

The Environmental Isotopes
Environmental Isotopes in Hydrogeology
Stable Isotopes: Standards and Measurement
Isotope ratio mass spectrometry
Radioisotopes
Isotope Fractionation
Isotope Fractionation ([alpha]), Enrichment ([epsilon]) and Separation ([Delta])
Tracing the Hydrological Cycle
Craig's Meteoric Relationship in Global Fresh Waters
Partitioning of Isotopes Through the Hydrological Cycle
Condensation, Precipitation and the Meteoric Water Line
A Closer Look at Rayleigh Distillation
Effects of Extreme Evaporation
Precipitation
The [actual symbol not reproducible] Correlation in Precipitation
Local effects on [actual symbol not reproducible]
Ice Cores and Paleotemperature
Groundwater
Recharge in Temperate Climates
Recharge in Arid Regions
Recharge from River-Connected Aquifers
Hydrograph Separation in Catchment Studies
Groundwater Mixing
Tracing the Carbon Cycle
Evolution of Carbon in Groundwaters
Carbonate Geochemistry
Carbon-13 in the Carbonate System
Dissolved Organic Carbon
Methane in Groundwaters
Isotopic composition of carbonates
Groundwater Quality
Sulphate, Sulphide and the Sulphur Cycle
Nitrogen cycling in rural watersheds
The "Fuhrberger Feld" Study
Source of chloride salinity
Landfill Leachates
Degradation of Chloro-organics and hydrocarbon
Sensitivity of Groundwater to Contamination
Summary of Isotopes in Contaminant Hydrogeology
Identifying and Dating Modern Groundwaters
The "Age" of Groundwater
Stable Isotopes
Tritium in Precipitation
Dating Groundwaters with Tritium
Groundwater Dating with [superscript 3]H - [superscript 3]He
Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs)
Thermonuclear [superscript 36]Cl
Detecting Modern Groundwaters with [superscript 85]Kr
Submodern groundwater
Age Dating Old Groundwaters
Stable Isotopes and Paleogroundwaters
Groundwater Dating with Radiocarbon
Correction for Carbonate Dissolution
Some Additional Complications to [superscript 14]C Dating
[superscript 14]C Dating with Dissolved Organic Carbon (DOC)
Case studies for [superscript 14]C dating with DOC and DIC
Chlorine-36 and Very Old Groundwater
The Uranium Decay Series
Water-Rock Interaction
Mechanisms of Isotope Exchange
High Temperature Systems
Low Temperature Water-Rock Interaction
Strontium Isotopes in Water and Rock
Isotope Exchange in Gas-Water Reactions
High pH Groundwaters - The Effect of Cement Reactions
Field Methods for Sampling
Groundwater
Water in the Unsaturated Zone
Precipitation
Gases
Geochemistry
References
Subject Index

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