Leaders and affiliations : Daniele L. Pinti (GEOTOP, UQAM) and Orfan Shouakar-Stash (IT2 Isotope Tracer Technologies Inc., University of Waterloo)
Contact: [email protected]
Description : This course focuses on deep conventional convective hydrothermal resources, and how isotopes, in particular noble gas isotopes, are useful tracers of fluid sources, transport, and residence times, as well as of the processes affecting reservoirs under over-exploitation (boiling, brine re-injection, etc.). Understanding fluid sources and estimating their residence times is critical to evaluate the lifetime of the exploited reservoirs.
Number of participants (Min/Max) : 10/30
Language : english
Duration : 1 day
Date : May 12, 2019
Price : 150$/student and 450$/professional
Associated theme : Resources, Energy and Environment
Associated special session/field trip : Applications of noble gases in hydrogeology (SS-GH1)
Under the patronage of IT2 Isotope Tracer Technologies Inc.