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behavior of strontium isotopes in surface waters of the Scioto River drainage basin, Ohio

John B Curtis

behavior of strontium isotopes in surface waters of the Scioto River drainage basin, Ohio

by John B Curtis

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Published by Miami University in Oxford, O .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydrogeology,
  • Hydrology -- Research -- Ohio,
  • Strontium -- Isotopes

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] John B. Curtis, Jr. A thesis...for the degree of Master of Science, Department of Geology
    The Physical Object
    Pagination41 l., typed.
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17893968M

    STRONTIUM ISOTOPE SYSTEMATICS The element with atomic number strontium-has four isotopes, 84, 86, 87, having the approximate proportions of Geologically short-lived nuclides, such as 90Sr, are not con­ sidered in this review. The above abundances are somewhat variableFile Size: 1MB. SEAWATER STRONTIUM ISOTOPES, OCEANIC ANOXIC EVENTS, AND SEAFLOOR HYDROTHERMAL ACTIVITY which in turn led to several processes that acted to make surface ocean waters more productive. However, because OAEs did not occur throughout the C. E. Jones and H. C. Jenkyns—Seawater strontium isotopes, oceanic anoxic.

    SPECIAL FEATURE: ISOSCAPES Strontium isotopes in tap water from the coterminous USA LESLEY A. CHESSON, 1,2, BRETT J. TIPPLE,1,2 GLEN N. MACKEY,3 SCOTT A. HYNEK,1,3 DIEGO P. F ERNANDEZ, 3 AND JAMES R. EHLERINGER 1,2 1IsoForensics, Inc., Wakara Way, Suite , Salt Lake City, Utah USA 2Department of Biology, University of Utah, South East, Cited by:   The geographic distribution of strontium isotopes in Danish surface waters – A base for provenance studies in archaeology, hydrology and agriculture. Applied Geochemis Cited by:

    The Isotope Composition of Strontium and Cation Concentrations of Lake Vanda and Lake Bonney in Southern Victoria Land, Antarctica. Institute of Polar Studies Miscellaneous Series M; Laboratory for Isotope Geology and Geochemistry Report No. 4, The Ohio Cited by: 6. Radiocesium and Pb in sediments, soils and surface waters of a high alpine catchment: A mass balance approach relevant to radionuclide migration and storage. Curtis, J.B.J., Pushkar, J. and Steele, J.D., Geochemistry of strontium in the Scioto River drainage basin, Ohio. Geological Society of America Bulletin,


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Curtis J.B., Jr. and Stueber A.M. () 87 Sr/ 86 Sr ratios and total strontium concentrations in surface waters of the Scioto River drainage basin, Ohio. Ohio Jour. Sci., 73, – Google ScholarCited by: 3. The concentration and isotopic composition of strontium in water samples from the Susquehanna River and its major tributaries between Northumberland, Pennsylvania, and the Chesapeake Bay have been determined to investigate the usefulness of the 87 Sr/ 86 Sr ratio as a tracer in hydrologic studies.

The 87 S/ 86 Sr ratios of tributaries, measured just upstream from their confluence with the Cited by: The hydrographic catchment area of the ARB, covering a surface of km 2 with an average elevation of m, is entirely located in Tuscany (central Italy).

The Arno River, km long, behavior of strontium isotopes in surface waters of the Scioto River drainage basin out from Northern Apennines at the elevation of m and flows into the Ligurian Sea, 10 km West from Pisa and km from Florence ().The annual rainfall pattern is typical of the Mediterranean Cited by:   Strontium isotope evidence for a highly mobile population on the Pamir Plateau years ago Distribution of strontium isotopes in river waters across the Tarim Basin Cited by: 6.

Strontium concentrations in the water samples range from less than a mg/l for the upstream river water sample to about mg/l and mg/l for the two brine samples, respectively. Plotting strontium concentrations in water samples against the distance of a sampling location from the anticline cores reveals an increase of strontium concentrations closer to the cores (Fig.

9).Cited by: These juvenile strontium isotope signatures most likely reflect interaction with Cenozoic mafic igneous rocks which occur on the eastern side of the basin. More radiogenic waters in the basin are Author: Jan Veizer. sion of the properties of strontium isotopes.

Strontium (Sr) is a trace element that is found in most igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rock, as well as in river water, groundwater, seawater, soil, plants,iumhasfournaturallyoccur-ring stable isotopes (84Sr, 86Sr, 87Sr, and 88Sr), three of which are non-radiogenic: 84Sr (0.

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) is making a number of modifications to the popular Hocking Hills State Park trails system to better accommodate social distancing. Lake Erie Walleye Will Provide Fabulous Fishing. Strontium isotope analysis has proven useful in geo‐location investigations of organic and inorganic materials and may complement the region‐of‐origin information provided by hydrogen and oxygen stab Cited by: among sites (–24 lM Sr).

Strontium isotope exchange was observed in the STE at five of the sites studied, and invariably favored the meteoric groundwater end-member signature. Most of the observed isotope exchange occurred in the salinity range 5–15, and reached up to 40% exchange at salinity The water of the Oder is characterized by a relatively uniform Sr isotope composition, from tocontrasting with strong variations in Sr concentration, from to mg/L.

There is a general seasonal trend in variability, with waters becoming more radiogenic and dilute with respect to Cited by: 2. Strontium isotope compositions of river waters as records of lithology-dependent mass transfers: The Garonne river and its tributaries (SW France) drainage basin, the Garonne river waters were.

In addition to the four stable isotopes, thirty-one unstable isotopes of strontium are known to exist (see Table, below).

Strontium decay mostly in its neighbours: yttrium (lower neighbour) and rubidium (upper neighbour).Standard atomic weight A(Sr): (1). eral distribution and occurrence of strontium in fresh water of the United States.

This is somewhat surprising consider ing the fact that the concentration of strontium in sea water (13 ppm) exceeds that of any other cation ex­ cept the four most common cations: sodium, magnesium, calcium, and by: 8.

occurrence and distribution of strontium in fresh water. Recently, however, considerable interest has developed in the occurrence of strontium in water, soils, plants, and foods, particularly in relation to the fallout hazards associated with the radioactive isotopes of by: 87 Sr/ 86 Sr ratios of ground waters in the Bighorn and Laramie basins' carbonate and carbonate‐cemented aquifer systems, Wyoming, United States, reflect the distinctive strontium isotope signatures of the minerals in their respective aquifers.

Well water samples from the Madison Aquifer (Bighorn Basin) have strontium isotopic ratios that match their carbonate host by: Use of Strontium Isotopes to Detect Produced-Water Contamination in Surface Water and Groundwater in the Williston Basin, Northeastern Montana Zell E.

Peterman1, Joanna Thamke,2 and Kiyoto Futa1 U.S. Geological Survey, 1Denver, CO, 2Helena, MT [email protected] The Williston Basin (fig.

1) is undergoing a resurgence of petroleum activity because of. A composite strontium isotopic seawater curve was constructed for the Miocene between 24 and 6 Ma by combining 87 Sr/ 86 Sr measurements of planktonic foraminifera from Deep Sea Drilling Project sites and Sitewith its virtually continuous sedimentary record and high sedimentation rates (26 m/m.y.), was used for constructing the Oligocene to mid‐Miocene part of the record Cited by: Strontium’s stable isotopes Capo RC, Stewart BW, Chadwick OA () Strontium isotopes as tracers of ecosystem processes: theory and methods.

Geoderma 87 Rb half life is (87Ga) so the 87 Sr that exists on Earth is what was there when the .water table contours and surface water sample locations in the study area.

The ecosystem is defined by the drainage area of the Peconic River and its tributaries. Its surface bounda-ries are depicted in Figure 2. The northern and part of southern boundaries are confined by the two major ground water divides which traverse the area from west to.