|Other titles||Svensk Geografisk Årsbok. 33.|
|Statement||by Jan Davidsson.|
|Series||Lund studies in geography -- no. 12.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||108-126 p. :|
|Number of Pages||126|
Pergamon Press Ltd., London Radioactive Tracer Techniques for Sand and Silt Movements under Water j. L. PUTMAN AND D. B. SMITH Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Harwell, Didcot, Berks (Received 3 February ; in final form 10 February ) The choice of powdered glass, containing 46Sc as a physical tracer for following the underwater movement of sand and silt, is by: D avidson, J. () ‘Investigations of sand movements using radioactive sand’, Lund Studies in Geography, series A, Physical Geography, XXII – Google Scholar D rinberg, A. Y a., G urevich, E. S., and T ckhomirov, A. V. () Technology of Non-metallic Coatings (Pergamon Press, London).Cited by: 8. Experimental Investigation of Sand Movements Using Conductivity Film Thickness Probe O.T. Fajemidupe, , H. Yeung, L. Lao Oil and Gas Engineering Centre . radioactive series, as well as naturally occurring 40K. The minimum activity con-centration Bq kg–1 of Ra was determined in the sand sample from the Copacabana Beach (Brazil), while the maximum value of Bq kg–1 was found in the sand from the Great Beach of Ulcinj (Montenegro). The activity.
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Procedure. Into each drinking glass place one ice cube. Make sure the ice cube is oriented the same way in each glass. (Tip: If you are using ice cubes from a tray, it helps to let the tray sit at. The investigations of sediment movement with the use of radiotracers have been carried out in a surf zone of Lubiatowo. Inception of sand motion and sediment transport velocity were the objective. used in mineral investigations to map low-velocity alluvial deposits such as those that may contain gold, tin, or sand and gravel. Applications in geoenvironmental work include studying the structure, thickness, and hydrology of tailings and extent of acid mine drainage around mineral deposits (Dave and others, ). THERMAL METHODS. Dumping sand and boron (the actual Chernobyl mixture also included clay and lead) is an attempt to solve both the first and second problems. The sand Author: Rafi Letzter.