Edited By: F Zapata
This Handbook is a new comprehensive reference of the methodologies (field, laboratory and desk work) for using radionuclides, primarily 137Cs and210Pb, to establish rates and spatial patterns of soil redistribution within the landscape and determine the geochronology of sediment deposits. It is based on the recent developments made by a global network of research scientists working on soil erosion and sedimentation research using environmental radionuclides.
Foreword.- Facts Relating to the Co-ordinated Research Projects.- Summary.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Site Selection and Sampling Design.- 3. Sampling Methods.- 4. Sample Processing.- 5. Radionuclide Measurement using Hpge Gamma Spectrometry.- 6. Spatial Distribution of Caesium-137.- 7. Conversion Models for Use in Soil-Erosion, Soil-Redistribution and Sedimentation Investigations.- 8. Special Considerations for Areas Affected by Chernobyl Fallout.- 9. Alternative Methods and Radionuclides for Use in Soil-Erosion and Sedimentation Investigations.- Contributing Authors.
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