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Hydrogeological studies

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Robert H. Burgy, University of California
David J. Lewis, University of California

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California Agriculture 16(4):14-14.

Published January 01, 1962

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A pilot injection of tritiated water has been made into the groundwater in a study of the groundwater and surface hydrology of foothill areas in the Sierra Nevada in Placer County. Results from the initial trials confirm the movement of groundwater in the jointed rock formations as predicted from groundwater contour maps. The movement and subsequent detection of the tritiated water over distances of hundreds of feet indicates that the joint system is well connected.

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Hydrogeological studies

Robert H. Burgy, David J. Lewis
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Hydrogeological studies

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Authors

Robert H. Burgy, University of California
David J. Lewis, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 16(4):14-14.

Published January 01, 1962

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

A pilot injection of tritiated water has been made into the groundwater in a study of the groundwater and surface hydrology of foothill areas in the Sierra Nevada in Placer County. Results from the initial trials confirm the movement of groundwater in the jointed rock formations as predicted from groundwater contour maps. The movement and subsequent detection of the tritiated water over distances of hundreds of feet indicates that the joint system is well connected.

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