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Tritium concentrations in groundwater provide a useful method for determining the degree of confinement of an aquifer and are identified by the U. EPA and Illinois EPA as an acceptable means of assessing the vulnerability of groundwater systems.
For pricing, please see the Services & Pricing page. The Dissolved and Noble Gas Lab primarily carries out groundwater age dating by measuring the concentrations of helium-3 (H), a radioactive isotope of hydrogen.
Pumping could draw more water into the aquifer from recharge (not always an option) to replace what is lost, the water pumped could be from groundwater already stored in the aquifer, or it could be groundwater that was leaving the aquifer via discharge into a river or lake that is now diverted to your well.
Another great reason to know the groundwater age is to assess the vulnerability of an aquifer to contamination.
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Understanding how old groundwater is may be one of the most, if not the most important aspect of protecting groundwater as a resource and preventing depletion of groundwater reserves from overpumping.