Gain insight on how the integration of nitrogen geochemistry and isotopes may be used for tracing the origin of nitrogen species and their transformations in the subsurface in this webinar, which is a part of the Environmental Isotopes in Groundwater Studies webinar series*.
Nitrogen represents one of the most ubiquitous and challenging contaminants in groundwater. Both nitrogen-15 and oxygen-18, together with carbon-13, are critical tools to differentiate reaction and attenuation from simple dilution along groundwater flowpaths. This webinar investigates:
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*About the series
The Environmental Isotopes in Groundwater Studies webinar series 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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