In the webinar offered “Use of dye tracers for infiltration analysis in Underground Mines”, available on the Water Services and Technologies Youtube Channel, we indicate some references, among them the Manual for Studies of Dye Tracers in Groundwater developed by Ozark Groundwater Laboratory. This guide explains the step-by-step of a work using coloring tracers and how to interpret the results obtained. To spread knowledge on the application of coloring tracers, we are making it available for download. Remembering that WST also provides a series of groundwater modeling guides for free download, learn more here.
The use of coloring tracers is a very useful tool in studies for a better understanding of underground hydrology. Tracer studies can help answer the following questions:
- Where the water goes;
- How long does it take to get there;
- What happens along the way; How iterates between surface and groundwater.
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