USING NATURALLY OCCURRING RADON 222 AS A TRACER TO QUANTIFY GROUNDWATER FLUXES TO STREAMS

@inproceedings{Machinal2016USINGNO,
  title={USING NATURALLY OCCURRING RADON 222 AS A TRACER TO QUANTIFY GROUNDWATER FLUXES TO STREAMS},
  author={Mandy Machinal},
  year={2016}
}
Naturally occurring radon in groundwater was used to test radon mixing models. Two different mixing models were used to quantify groundwater fluxes to streams; an analytical solution and a finite difference method. Two different bodies of waters were used in this study. The first location was Johnson Creek located in Grant-Kohrs Ranch in Deer Lodge, Montana. This is a small creek where lots of sampling points were taken. The stretch of Johnson Creek where radon samples were collected was about… CONTINUE READING

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