Application of Stable Isotopes and Tritium in Hydrology
Krajcar Bronić, Ines (editor)
Barešić, Jadranka (editor)
This Special Issue “Applications of Stable Isotopes and Tritium in Hydrology” addresses the current state-of-the-art applications of stable isotopes and tritium in studies of hydrological process and the whole water cycle. The six scientific papers belonging to this SI show a wide variety of isotope applications in various studies performed locally or regionally, but the conclusions obtained may be valid worldwide. Precipitation, groundwater, and surface waters belong to classical water bodies, while evapotranspiration, effects of farming, and drip water in karst caves seldom present applications of water isotopes.
KeywordsHani Rice Terraces; hydrogen and oxygen isotopes; groundwater recharge; elevation effect; deuterium excess; geostatistics; isotope hydrometeorology; oxygen and hydrogen stable isotopes; isoscape; atmospheric moisture; stable isotopes; tritium activity; spatial distribution of an approximate groundwater age; karst aquifer system; porous aquifer system; Croatia; drip water; speleothem; cave; Plitvice Lakes; karst; precipitation; groundwater; surface water; lake water; tritium; deuterium δ2H; oxygen δ18O; water stable isotopes; ecohydrology; evapotranspiration; eddy covariance; forest hydrology; National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON); n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Research & information: general
Biology, life sciences