Use of Chlorofluorocarbons in Hydrology
A Guidebook

Non-serial Publications

Subject Classification: 0304-Nuclear analytical techniques

English STI/PUB/1238; (ISBN:92-0-100805-8); 277 pp.; 111 figures; € 52.00; Date Published: 2006

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Development of the chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) technique as a tool for dating groundwater has occurred over the past 20 years, and a number of research publications have documented its use in specific aquifers. This publication is intended to facilitate a comparative analysis of CFC and isotope techniques and a wider use of the CFC technique under appropriate conditions, by providing a description of its scientific basis, sampling and measurement methods, interpretation and limitations of data, and a variety of case studies.

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