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Tracer Hydrology 97 - A. Kranjc

Tracer Hydrology 97

By: A. Kranjc (Editor)

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Published: 1st January 1997
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This collection of papers addresses a number of topics in hydrology tracing techniques including: protection of natural resources against pollution; the use of natural and artificial tracers to help to assess contaminant transport in surface waters; and aquifer parameters and modelling.

Preface
Organization
Movement of bacteriophage and fluorescent tracers through underground river sedimentsp. 3
About the influence of the injection mode on tracer test resultsp. 11
Laboratory tracer experiments in carbonate porous media from Sloveniap. 19
In situ experimental evaluation of aquifer-tracers interaction: First resultsp. 27
The use of bacteriophages for multi-tracing in a lowland karst aquifer in western Irelandp. 33
Determination of bacteriophage migration and survival potential in karstic groundwaters using batch agitated experiments and mineral colloidal particlesp. 39
Performance and persistence of Indium-EDTA as activable tracer in field experimentsp. 47
Activation analysis in investigation of hydrokarst systemsp. 51
New fluorescent tracersp. 55
Can [superscript 222]Rn be used as a partitioning tracer to detect mineral oil contaminations?p. 63
A contribution to toxicity of fluorescent tracersp. 69
Sorption of Uranine and Eosine on an aquifer material containing high organic carbonp. 77
[superscript 222]Rn concentration variations owing to dynamic condition changes induced in the waters of the Apulian karst aquifer (Southern Italy)p. 85
Use of optical brighteners in applied hydrogeologyp. 91
Fluorescent polystyrene microspheres as tracers of colloidal and particulate materials: Examples of their use and developments in analytical techniquep. 99
The importance of tracer technology at combined borehole investigationsp. 105
Natural tracers - Indicators of the origin of the water of the Vrana Lake on Cres Island, Croatiap. 113
Field tracer tests for the simulation of pollutant dispersion in the Doller river (France)p. 121
Restoration of tritium inflow dynamics in regulated river systemsp. 127
Transport of Caesium radionuclides and Strontium-90 in the Dnieper water reservoirs within 10 year period after the Chernobyl nuclear accidentp. 135
'In situ' determination of the dilution efficiency of submarine sewage outfall's with the help of fluorescent dye tracersp. 143
Tracer investigations in the unsaturated zone under different cultivation types in a mountainous catchment areap. 153
Behaviour and comparison of dissolved silica and oxygen-18 as natural tracers during snowmeltp. 161
Water tracing tests in vadose zonep. 167
Conceptual runoff model for small catchments in the crystalline border mountains of Styria, as developed from isotopic investigations of single hydrological eventsp. 173
Investigation of preferential flow in the unsaturated zone using artificial tracersp. 181
In-situ tracer investigations on the water balance of an alternative surface covering system on a sanitary landfillp. 189
Karstic sources in Malatya Province, east of Turkeyp. 199
A negative dye tracing in the Grintovec massif (Kamnik Alps)p. 203
Ground water flow in the fresh water lens of northern Guamp. 205
Experiences in monitoring Timavo River (Classical Karst)p. 213
Tracer tests in the Joeu karstic system (Aran Valley, Central Pyrenees, NE Spain)p. 219
An example of geological investigation in a karst area in Lower Austriap. 227
Karst water tracing in some of the speleological features (caves and pits) in Dinaric karst area in Croatiap. 229
Isotopic and hydrochemical tracing for a Cambrian-Ordovician carbonate aquifer system of the semi-arid Datong area, Chinap. 237
Analysis of fracture-induced water mixing by natural tracers at a granitic pluton (El Berrocal, Spain)p. 245
Properties of underground water flow in karst area near Lunan in Yunnan Province, Chinap. 255
Preliminary results of the submarine outfall survey near Piran (northern Adriatic sea)p. 263
Separation of groundwater-flow components in a karstified aquifer using environmental tracersp. 269
Drainage basin boundaries of major karst springs in Croatia determined by means of groundwater tracing in their hinterlandp. 273
The Muschelkalk karst in Southwest Germanyp. 279
Development of tracer techniques for natural and artificial recharge to confined and unconfined aquifers, Indiap. 287
Water balance investigations in the Bohinj regionp. 295
The use of tracer tests in UK aquifersp. 299
Groundwater exploration and contaminant migration testing in a confined karst aquifer of the Swabian Jura (Germany)p. 305
Use of artificial and natural tracers for the estimation of urban groundwater contamination by chemical grout injectionsp. 313
Agriculture - Potential polluter of waters in karst region in Sloveniap. 321
Tracer tests applied to nitrate transfer and denitrification studies in a shaly aquifer (Coet-dan basin, Brittany, France)p. 327
Tracer experiments on the site of NPP Jaslovske Bohunice - The Slovak Republicp. 331
Microbiologic activities in karst aquifers with matrix porosity and consequences for ground water protection in the Franconian Alb, Germanyp. 339
Simulation of pollutant-immission using geoelectric mapping of the migration of an artificially infiltrated salt tracerp. 347
Environmental isotope studies and tracer testing to determine capture and protection zones in the Zechstein-Karst on the northern verge of the Thuringian Forestp. 353
Hydrogeological investigations at the mineral springs of Stuttgart (Muschelkalk karst, South West Germany) - New resultsp. 361
The use of groundwater tracers for assessment of protection zones around water supply boreholes - A case studyp. 369
Development of a tracer test in a flooded uranium mine using Lycopodium clavatump. 377
A deuterium-calibrated compartment model of transient flow in a regional aquifer systemp. 389
2D and 3D groundwater simulations to interpret tracer test results in heterogeneous geological contextsp. 397
Interpretation of tracer tests in a granitic formation (El Berrocal site, Spain)p. 405
Geohydraulic parameters in hard rocks of SW-Germany determined by tracer testsp. 415
Dual-tracer transport experiments in a heterogeneous porous aquifer: Retardation measurements at different scales and non-parametric numerical stochastic transport modellingp. 423
Some aspects of the functioning of careos determined by tracer experiments: Example of La Alpujarra (Spain)p. 431
Differentiation of flow components in a karst aquifer using the [actual symbol not reproducible] signaturep. 435
Simulation of cave hydrology using a conventional computer spreadsheetp. 443
Author indexp. 449
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ISBN: 9789054108757
ISBN-10: 9054108754
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 464
Published: 1st January 1997
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 17.78  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 1.02
Edition Number: 1