2 edition of Fluorometric procedures for dye tracing found in the catalog.
Fluorometric procedures for dye tracing
James Frank Wilson
by Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, For sale by the Books and Open-File Reports Section, U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, Va.?], Denver, CO
Written in English
|Other titles||Applications of hydraulics.|
|Statement||James F. Wilson, Ernest D. Cobb, and Frederick A. Kilpatrick.|
|Series||Techniques of water-resources investigations of the United States Geological Survey. Bk.3, Applications of hydraulics -- ch.A 12., Techniques of water-resources investigations of the United States Geological Survey -- bk. 3, ch. A12.|
|Contributions||Cobb, Ernest D., Kilpatrick, F. A., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
Rhodamine B and Rhodamine WT are fluorescent dyes commonly used as tracers in hydrological investigations. Since introducing intensely red substances into rivers raises understandable doubts of ecological nature, the authors aimed at examining the influence of these dyes on small water fauna using bioindication methods. Quantitative results, calculated with the use of Bliss-Weber probit Cited by: Also attached is a copy of a report by P. L. Smart entitled "A Review of the Toxicity of Twelve Fluorescent Dyes Used for Water Tracing." , Fluorometric procedures for dye tracing: U.S. Geological Survey Open- File Report , 53 pages (to be printed as U.S. Geological Survey Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations, Book 3.
Wilson JF, Cobb ED, Kilpatrick FA () Fluorometric procedures for dye tracing. U.S. Geological Survey, Techniques of water-resources investigations, Book 3. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, Chapter A12Cited by: Fluorometric procedures for dye tracing. Techniques of water-resources investigations of the U.S. Geological Survey, Book 3 (Applications of Hydraulics), Chapter A .
Book 2 COLLECTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL DATA. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR TECHNIQUES OF WATER-RESOURCES INVESTIGATIONS OF THE Fluorometric procedures for dye tracing. Revised. by James F. Wilson, Jr., Ernest D. Cobb, and Frederick A. Kilpatrick. 41 pages. TWI 3-A Computation of continuous records of streamflow, by Edward J. Kennedy. 22 PUBLICATIONS ON TECHNIQUES OF WATER-RESOURCES INVESTIGATIONS .Forexample,Section A of Book 3 (Applications of Hydraulics) pertains to surface water. The chapter, the unit of publication, is limited to a narrow ﬁeld of subject matter. Fluorometric procedures for dye tracing, Revised, by J. F. Wilson, Jr., E. D. Cobb, and F. A.
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Fluorometric analysis, or fluorometry, uses the physical phenomenon called fluorescence. Be- cause fluorescence is the outstanding property of all tracer dyes, a general understanding of the phenomenon is necessary to assure its proper use in any application of dye Size: 4MB.
Preface. The series of manuals on techniques describes procedures for planning and executing specialized work in water-resources investigations. The material is grouped under major subject headings Fluorometric procedures for dye tracing book books and further subdivided into sections and chapters; Section A of Book 3 is on surface-water techniques.
The unit of publication, the chapter. : Fluorometric Procedures for Dye Tracing/Twi 3-A12 (): J.F., Jr. Wilson, E.D. Cobb, F.A. Kilpatrick: Books. Fluorometric Procedures for Dye Tracing U.S. Geological Survey, Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations, Book 3, Chapter A By James F.
Wilson, Jr., Ernest D. Cobb, and Frederick A. Kilpatrick. The text and graphics are presented here in pdf format (print quality). Accurate results will be obtained if consis- tency in fluorometer procedures are followed.
The essential steps in testing samples fluorometer are as follows: 1. Rinse cuvette once with tapwater and (or) with the solution to be tested, then fill within about in (6 mm) of the top with the solution to be by: 5.
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The advantages of dye tracing are (1) low detection and measurement limits and (2) simplicity and accuracy in measuring dye tracer concentrations using fluorometric techniques.
The manual contains necessary background information about fluorescence, dyes, and fluorometers and a description of fluorometric operation and calibration procedures as a guide for laboratory and field use.
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Wilson, James F. (James Franklin), ; Format: Book, Microform; 1 v.: ill. ; 28 cm. This manual describes fluorometric procedures used by the U.S.
Geological Survey in dye tracer studies to measure time of travel, dispersion, reaeration, and dilution-type discharge. The outstanding characteristics of dye tracing are (1) its low detection and measurement limits.
The versatility of dye tracing is illustrated by examples of several other applications, including streamflow measurements, estuarine dispersion studies, herbicide tracing, and ground-water studies. Many different substances have been used as tracers in hydrology.
Some are File Size: KB. The procedures contained in this document are to be used when measuring dye tracer of various, aqueous phase environmental media in the field or on samples returned to the laboratory.
Turner Assoc., Palo Alto. U.S.G.S. () Techniques of Water-Resources Investiga- tions of The U.S.G.S., Fluorometric Procedures for Dye Tracing.
Ch A 12 Book 3, Washington. Recommended articles Citing articles (0)Cited by: A fluorometer was used for the detection of the dye but no details are given of the quantity of dye employed or the amounts recovered. More recently blue fluorescent dyes, collectively known as "optical brighteners", have been used successfully in temperate latitudes for water tracing in Cited by: Although a number of dyes are available for fluorometric hydrologic studies, Rhodamine WT is recommended because it is easy to use and has many features which are desirable for water tracing (Wilson, et.
), and because it is the most conservative of dyes. USGS. Fluorometric Procedures for Dye Tracing, Applications of Hydraulics, Book 3, Chapter A12, Revised. USGS. Measurement of Time of Travel in Streams by Dye Tracing, Applications of Hydraulics, Book 3, Chapter A9.
USGS. Discharge. Fluorometric Procedures for Dye Tracing, Applications of Hydraulics, Book 3, Chapter A12, Revised. Measurement of Time of Travel in Streams by Dye Tracing, Applications of Hydraulics, Book 3, Chapter A9. USGS. Discharge-Measurement System Using an Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler with Applications to Large Rivers and Estuaries.
Description of flow through a natural wetland using dye tracer tests. Annual Book of ASTM Standards, Section 11 Water and Environmental Technology and the United States Geological Survey's Fluorometric Procedures for Dye Tracing (Wilson et al., ).
The dye test program consisted of six major tasks (1) identification of wetland segments Cited by: The use of these tracers for the study of groundwater flow is appropriate if consideration is given to the overall human health and environmental effects.
Their use in the environment requires tracer concentrations not exceeding 1–2 mg 1 −1 Cited by: SESD Procedure Page 2 of 8 SESDPROCR1 Dye Tracer Measurements Dye Tracer Measurements()_AF.R1 Effective Date: Revision History.
The top row of this table shows the most recent changes to this controlled document. For. 8) Pergamon WaL ScL Tech. Vol. 32, No. 2, pp.Copyrigbt C IAWQ Printed in Oreal BritaiD. All rigbla reserved. $9'50 + 00()(} (95) FLUORESCENT DYE MEASUREMENTS OF THE MIXING AND TRANSPORT OF WASTEWATER DISCHARGE IN THE BOSPHORUS Emin Ozsoy, Mohammed Abdul Latif, Siikrti T.
Besiktepe and Alexander Gaines Cited by: 8. Procedures A and B are based on the formation of ion-pairs of roxithromycin with the dyes supracen violet 3B and tropaeolinwhich are extracted into chloroform and have absorption maxima at.Water Tracing and Dye Fluorometry for Hydrologic Studies Basic Theory Though dosing and sampling procedures and data analysis methods vary with application, in general, the standard procedure in dye fluorometry hydrologic studies is to introduce a quantity of dye into a water body, and subsequently collect water samples over some.TECHNIQUES OF WATER-RESOURCES INVESTIGATIONS OF THE U.S.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY manuals is grouped under major subject headings called books and is further divided into sections and chapters.
For example, section A of book 3 (Applications of Hydraulics) pertains to surface water. Fluorometric procedures for dye tracing, Revised, by J.F File Size: KB.