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Inhaltsangabe

1 Introduction

1.1 Tracers, Fingerprints, and Riverine Sediments

1.2 Book Format and Overview

References

2 Geochemical Fingerprinting

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Conceptual Model and Inherent Assumptions

2.3 Methodological Approach

2.3.1 Source Delineation

2.3.2 Collection and Characterization of River Sediment

2.3.3 Identifying Effective Geochemical Fingerprints

2.3.4 Inverse/Unmixing Models

2.4 Applications

2.5 Use of Geochemical Fingerprinting as a Management Tool

References

3 Fallout Radionuclides

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Lead-210, Cesium-137 and Beryllium-7: General Characteristics

3.3 Applications

3.3.1 Use as a Geochemical Tracer to Determine Sediment

Provenance

3.3.2 Determination of Sediment Redistribution and Erosion Rates

3.4 Estimating Sedimentation Processes

3.5 Use of Fallout Radionuclides as an Age Dating Tool

References

4 Radiogenic Isotopes

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Sr and Nd Isotopic Systems
4.2.1 Tracing Sediments and Other Geological Materials

4.2.2 Tracing Contaminated Particles

4.3 Pb Isotopes

4.3.1 General Characteristics

4.3.2 Applying Pb Isotopes as a Tracer in Riverine Environments

4.4 Summary and Management Implications

References

5 Stable 'Non-Traditional' Isotopes

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Zn and Cd Isotopes

5.2.1 Use of Zn Isotopes as Contaminated Sediment Tracers

5.2.2 Use of Cd Isotopes as Contaminated Sediment Tracers

5.3 Copper Isotopes

5.4 Mercury Isotopes

5.5 Summary and Management Implications

References

Appendix A. Abbreviations, Unit Conversions, and Elemental Data