Tritium 3he dating of shallow groundwater
The T/3He ages were calculated for groundwater samples collected from the locations Wannsee and Lieper Bucht area, southwestern Berlin, Germany.
The calculated ages were used to study the infiltration of lake water into the groundwater system.
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The increasing national and international demand for water has led to increasing reliance on subsurface storage, both for naturally and artificially recharged water. Bonani, “Cooling of Tropical Brazil (58℃) during the Last Glacial Maximum,” Science, Vol. Massmann, “Infiltration of River Water into the Groundwater Investigations and Modelling of Hydraulic and Geochemical Processes in the Oderbruch Aquifer, Germany,” Ph. A slight bias toward older apparent ages, found not to be statistically significant, was noted for the He-dating technique relative to the CFC-dating technique.This result may be caused by enrichment of local air in CFC-Il and CFC-12 from urban and industrial sources in the northeastern United States and minor contamination from sampling equipment.