Isotopes in Environmental Studies
Aquatic Forum 2004
Proceedings of an International Conference held in Monaco, 25–29 October 2004

C&S Papers Series (Print) No. 26

Subject Classification: 1300-Environment

English IAEA-CSP-26; (ISBN:92-0-111205-X); € 15.00; Date Published: 2006

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This proceedings publication reviews the present state of the art in applications of radioactive and stable isotopes in achieving a better understanding of environmental processes and in the protection of the aquatic environment. The main topics include: studies of the behaviour, transport and distribution of isotopes in the aquatic environment; climate change studies using isotopic records of the marine environment; global ocean isotopic studies; groundwater dynamics studies; submarine groundwater investigations; modelling of environmental processes; management of freshwater sources in coastal zones; new trends in radioecological investigations concentrating on the protection of marine biota against radioactive contamination; transfers in analytical technologies from bulk analyses to particle and compound specific analyses of environmental samples; development of new isotopic techniques such as ammonium molybdophosphate (AMP) and inductively coupled plasma methods (ICPMS); and their applications in environmental studies.

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