Tritium as a Ground Water Tracerby W. J. Kaufman,
Serial Information: Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 1961, Vol. 126, Issue 3, Pg. 436-446
Document Type: Journal Paper
Tritium in form of tritiated water is nearly perfect ground water tracer; its disadvantage lies in its radioactive properties and effects on public health; comparison of risks and benefits; evaluation of possible public health hazards and permissible concentrations of tritium in water; it is concluded that in case of aquifer recharge with waste waters in Los Angeles County mentioned as example, proposed study by use of tritium as tracer would be justified.
Subject Headings: Probe instruments | Groundwater | Health hazards | Comparative studies | Case studies | Aquifers | Wastewater management | Groundwater recharge | North America | California | Los Angeles | United States
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