Recovering tracer test input functions from fluid electrical conductivity logging in fractured porous rocks

@inproceedings{Mathias2007RecoveringTT,
  title={Recovering tracer test input functions from fluid electrical conductivity logging in fractured porous rocks},
  author={Simon A. Mathias and Adrian P. Butler and Dolly Peach and Allan Thomas Williams},
  year={2007}
}
[1] A radially convergent tracer test was carried out in an unconfined Chalk aquifer of Berkshire, United Kingdom. Fluorescent tracers were injected into two boreholes lying 32 m (PL10A) and 54 m (PL10B) from the abstraction hole. The tracers were also mixed with an NaCl solution so that vertical distributions of tracer within the injection wells could be monitored using fluid electrical conductivity (FEC) logging. The breakthrough curve (BTC) from PL10A was unimodal and had a first arrival… CONTINUE READING
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