volume 14, issue 4, P554-561 1977
DOI: 10.1139/t77-056
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Abstract: A borehole dilution method using fluoride in low concentrations as the tracer and an adapted, commercially available fluoride ion electrode to measure the tracer dilution has been developed and employed at two sites. The sites are shallow groundwater systems consisting of alluvial surficial gravels near Fort Macleod, Alberta, and glaciodeltaic sand deposits at the Chalk River Nuclear Laboratories, Ontario. Zones of relatively high groundwater velocities determined at Fort Macleod with the fluoride apparatus a…

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