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Isotope Laboratory

It is no longer possible to imagine modern hydrology without including Isotope analysis methods which grant a detailed insight into the water cycle. Isotope measurement allows conclusions to be draw about a water’s age and origin along with the initial conditions of groundwater recharge. They afford, in particular, the characterization and quantification of individual groundwater components where complex groundwater flow conditions are present and traditional methods are ineffectual.
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Mass Spectrometer Finnigan MAT Delta S with EQ-Unit and H/Device 
Measurement precision: +/- 0,2 ‰ δ 18O in relation to the standard V-SMOW2
Measurement precision: +/- 1 ‰ δ 2H in relation to the standard V-SMOW2


WS-CRDS (Wavelength-scanned cavity ring-down spectroscopy)
Picarro L1102-i
Concurrent measurement of δ 18O and δ 2H
Measurements of gas or water samples possible


TDLAS (Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy)
LGR DLT-100 
Concurrent measurement of δ 18O and δ 2H

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