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Virtual Regional Training Course on Nitrate Isotopes Applications

25 November-16 December 2021

RER7013-2105062

The virtual training course on nitrate isotopes aims to improve the regional competence levels for environmental research applications of nuclear research and isotope hydrology, including:

-  Interpretation of nitrate isotopes in the context of water isotope composition, nitrogen speciation, and concentrations of other dissolved ions.

-  Implementation nitrate isotopes analysis methods, especially the Ti (III) reduction method that was developed by scientists in the IAEA Isotope Hydrology laboratory.

Language: English
Duration: 6 Sessions, ~ 5 hours per session
Assessment: Yes  
Certification: Yes

Participants are required to have an internet connection.

RESPONSIBLE_PERSON: Maide Bardhi

TN-RER7013-2104696 Virtual Regional Training Course on Isotope Hydrology 2021/22

 

The purpose of this virtual training course is to train participants on the application of isotope hydrology to understand complex aquifer systems and groundwater-surface-water interactions that is indispensable for effective integrated water management.

Language: English
Duration: 12 Sessions, ~ 5 hours per session
Assessment: Yes  
Certification: Yes

Participants are required to have an internet connection.



RESPONSIBLE_PERSON: Maide Bardhi

RER7013 Virtual Regional Training Course on Isotope Hydrology 2020/21

 

The purpose of this virtual training course is to train participants on the application of isotope hydrology to understand complex aquifer systems and groundwater-surface-water interactions that is indispensable for effective integrated water management.

Language: English
Duration: 12 Sessions, ~ 5 hours per session
Assessment: Yes  
Certification: Yes

Participants are required to have an internet connection.



RAS0079 - Educating Secondary Students and Science Teachers on Nuclear Science and Technology

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