Discover how environmental isotopes may be used for understanding the origin and subsurface history of natural and contaminated groundwaters in the Environmental Isotopes in Groundwater Studies Webinar series*.
This January 2014 Webinar in the series looks at tracers of the carbon system in natural and contaminated groundwaters. Specifically, we examine the use of carbon-13 and carbon-14 to trace carbon as dissolved organic carbon and dissolved inorganic carbon through recharge and subsurface flow, and their evolution during degradation of natural organics and contaminants. Discussed will be:
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*About the series
The Environmental Isotopes in Groundwater Studies is designed to acquaint you with new inexpensive technologies for rapid analysis of isotopes in waters and solutes, and the integration of environmental isotopes with geochemical techniques, which have never been more accessible to practitioners, regulators, and students. Geared toward the professional or student with some background in hydrogeology and basic aqueous chemistry, presentations during the series include some theoretical background, but also rely on selected case studies to demonstrate the applications in real situations. Each hour-long Webinar is structured as a standalone offering, so you may attend one or all of them. The other Webinars in the series include:
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