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Title: Radiotracer applications: case studies from four continents
Authors: Jung, SH
Bandeira, JV
Brisset, P
Wörman, A
Airey, PL
Hughes, CE
Keywords: Adsorption
Bromine 82
Chromium 51
Gold 189
Hafnium 181
Manganese 54
Technetium 99
Terbium 160
Tracer techniques
Water resources
Zinc 65
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2015
Publisher: International Atomic Energy Agency
Citation: Jung, S. H., Bandeira, J. V., Brisset, P., Wörman, A., Airey, P. L., & Hughes, C. E. Radiotracer applications: case studies from four continents. In International Atomic Energy Agency (issuing body), Use of Radiotracers to Study Surface Water Processes (pp. 79-104). Viena: Intenational Atomic Energy Agency.
Series/Report no.: IAEA-TECDOC 1760
Abstract: Case studies are a simple way to demonstrate how radiotracers can be successfully used in the environment in addressing water resources contaminant transport and coastal management issues. This paper presents ten case studies from Korea, France, Brazil, Hong Kong, Australia, Belgium and Sweden using a variety of radiotracers including 99mTc, 198Au, 3H, 82Br, 32P, 175+181Hf, 160Tb, 51Cr(III), 65Zn, 54Mn and 35S. These studies address physical transport processes such as dispersion and mixing, reactive transport and adsorption and contaminant uptake. Traced components include water, effluent, nutrients, contaminants and mud in rivers, lakes, wetlands and coastal waters.
Gov't Doc #: 9585
ISBN: 9789201004154
ISSN: 1011-4289
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