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Data measured on water collected from eastern Mojave Desert, California
Rose, Tim P.
Abstract in EnglishIn March of 2000 field collection of water from the Eastern Mojave Desert resulted in the measurement of stable isotope, radiocarbon, tritium, and limited dissolved noble gases. This work was follow-on to previous studies on similar systems in southern Nevada associated with the Nevada Test Site (Davisson et al., 1999; Rose and Davisson, 2003). The data for groundwater from wells and springs was never formally published and is therefore tabulated in Table 1 in order to be recorded in public record. In addition 4 years of remote precipitation data was collected for stable isotopes and is included in Table 2. These studies, along with many parallel and subsequent ones using isotopes and elemental concentrations, are all related to the general research area of tracing sources and quantifying transport times of natural and man-made materials in the environment. This type of research has direct relevance in characterizing environmental contamination, understanding resource development and protection, designing early detection in WMD related terrorism, and application in forensics analysis.
Year Published2017-08-17
CountryUnited States
Subject of Source45 MILITARY TECHNOLOGY, WEAPONRY, AND NATIONAL DEFENSE ; 58 GEOSCIENCES ; 07 ISOTOPES AND RADIATION SOURCES
URLhttp://r.cnki.net/KCMS/detail/detail.aspx?DbCode=KJBG&dbname=KJBGW&filename=5c1c7bb1413c33143c7b7f29
Document Type科技报告
Identifierhttp://119.78.100.177/qdio/handle/2XILL650/274072
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Rose, Tim P.. Data measured on water collected from eastern Mojave Desert, California,2017.
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