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Geochemical Methods for Interpreting Groundwater Flow around Tono and Their Generic Relevance to Site Selection, Site Characterization and Performance Assessment -A Final Report on a JNC International Fellowship

Metcalfe, R.

This report presents work undertaken by Richard Metcalfe, during a JNC International Fellowship, between 1 March1999 and 28 February 2002. During this period, the main purpose of the work was continuous review and appraisal of geochemical studies being done by the Japan Nuclear Cycle Development Institute (JNC) and contribution to a range of specific geochemical sutdies. This involved workng closely with Japanese colleagues at Tono Geoscience Center (TGC). These actvities were very broad in scope and produced a wide range of different outputs. However, a dominant theme was the application of geochemical information to understand past and present grounwater flow. The present report aims to compile those outputs from the Fellowship that deal with this theme.



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