Study for artificial recharge process of groundwater using natural isotope tracers
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For overcome groundwater shortage at winter greenhouse farming, artificial groundwater recharge system was developed. And recharge process was studied by using natural isotopes, such as 3H, 222Rn and 87Sr/86Sr ratio variation. The 222Rn concentration variation was from 0.9 to 85.1 Bq/L depending upon the well. The concentration of 222Rn was decreased when water curtain cultivation and artificial groundwater recharge were started and slowly increased after these processes were ended. The 87Sr/86Sr ratio variation of the three monitoring well showed different appearance.
Keywords222Rn Sr isotope ratio Artificial groundwater recharge
This research was supported by the Basic Research Project (18-3411) of the Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM) funded by the Ministry of Science and ICT.
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