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|Genre/Form:||Conference papers and proceedings
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Symposium on Isotopes in the Hydrologic Cycle (1965 : Urbana, Ill.).
Isotope techniques in the hydrologic cycle.
Washington, American Geophysical Union, 1967
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Glenn E Stout; American Geophysical Union.; U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.; American Meteorological Society.
|Notes:||"National Academy of Sciences-National Council Publication 1488."
Sponsored by the American Geophysical Union, the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, and the American Meteorological Society.
|Description:||v, 199 pages illustrations, maps 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Development of a radioisotope gage for monitoring sediment concentration in rivers and streams / Bach Sellers, Charles A. Ziegler and John Papadopoulos --
Isotope snow gages for determining hydrologic characteristics of snowpacks / James L. Smith, Donald W. Willen and Michael S. Owens --
Design of a neutron scattering water content gage for soils / Kenneth Preiss --
Downward movement of soil moisture traced by means of hydrogen isotopes / U. Zimmermann, K.O. Münnich and W. Roether --
The application of isotopes to some problems in atmospheric sciences / Eugene W. Bierly --
A balloon-borne hygrometer system for the measurement of atmospheric water vapor / Stephen F. Rohrbough, John G. Ballinger and Lyle E. Koehler --
Diffusiophoretic and thermophoretic effects on particulate matter near condensing and evaporating water surfaces / Phillip Goldsmith --
The atmospheric transport of tritium / Erik Eriksson --
Hurricane tritium I : preliminary results on Hilda 1964 and Betsy 1965 / H. Göte Östlund --
The tracing of radioisotopes released into the lower troposphere / Joseph A. Warburton --
Contribution of isotope techniques to the study of some hydrological problems / Bryan R. Payne --
The use of radioactive tracer gases to study the rate of exchange of water vapor between air and natural surfaces / P.J. Barry --
Application of deuterium analyses to the hydrology of the lakes of the Grand Coulee, Washington / Irving Friedman and Alfred C. Redfield --
Ultra-low-velocity measurement in a stratified reservoir by isotopic current meter / Rex A. Elder and Svein Vigander --
A numerical model for the hydrologic transport of radioactive aerosols from precipitation to water supplies / Dale D. Huff and Paul Kruger --
Water tracing in the hydrologic cycle / L.L. Thatcher --
Development of isotope methods applied to groundwater hydrology / A. Nir --
Radiocarbon determinations applied to groundwater hydrology / Bruce B. Hanshaw [and others] --
Groundwater flow and direction measurement by means of radioisotopes in a single well / J. Mairhofer --
Use of chemical and radioactive tracers at the National Reactor Testing Station, Idaho / Donald A. Morris --
Radiocarbon ages of groundwater in an arid zone unconfined aquifer / M.A. Tamers --
Large-scale utilization of tritium in hydrologic studies / Erik Eriksson --
Environmental tritium studies at the National Reactor Testing Station / D.B. Hawkins and B.L. Schmalz --
Fractionation of tritium and deuterium in soil water / Gordon L. Stewart --
Techniques of groundwater tracing using radionuclides / W.F. Merrit --
The use of a tracer test to verify an estimate of the groundwater velocity in fractured crystalline rock at the Savannah River Plant near Aiken, South Carolina / I. Wendell Marine --
O¹⁸/O¹⁶ ratios in snow and ice of the Hubbard and Kaskawulsh glaciers / D.S. Macpherson and H.R. Krouse --
General comment on microbiological activity and its effect on isotopic studies of water / H.R. Krouse.
|Series Title:||Geophysical monograph, 11.; Publication (National Research Council (U.S.)), 1488.|
|Responsibility:||Glenn E. Stout, editor.|