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Environmental hydrological tracing

The use of artificial tracers in hydrogeology is a long-standing technique and an effective tool for the management and preservation of water resources and environmental protection.

The increasing demand for hydrological assessments using artificial tracers is mainly motivated by the challenges of water resource management and the increasing transport of pollutants.

Thanks to this technique, the fluorescence and salinity properties of the tracers will make it possible to highlight the points of origin of the water, the places of flow, the hydraulic links, as well as the risks of propagation of polluting substances.

The results obtained can formally answer these questions and thus contribute to making economic and social actors aware of their environmental impact.


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