Selected References for Dissolved Gas N2 / Ar
Compiled by Niel Plummer and Eurybiades Busenberg
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Almon, E., and Magaritz, M., 1990, Dissolved common gases in groundwaters of the Appalachian Region. Jour. Hydrol., v. 121, 21-32.
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Andrews, J.N., 1985, The isotopic composition of radiogenic helium and its use to study groundwater movement in confined aquifers: Chem. Geol., v. 49, p. 339-351.
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Busenberg, E., Weeks, E.P., Plummer, L.N., and Bartholemay, R.C., 1993. Age dating ground water by use of chlorofluorocarbons (CC13F and CC12F2), and distribution of chlorofluorocarbons in the unsaturated zone, Snake River Plain aquifer, Idaho National Engineering laboratory, Idaho. U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations 93-4054, 47 p.
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