Australia introduces groundwater analysis equipment

Australia has introduced a new device to protect its groundwater resources from pollution. The device, called ATTA, is an atomic trace an...

Australia has introduced a new device to protect its groundwater resources from pollution.

The device, called ATTA, is an atomic trace analyzer, a product of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) in collaboration with the University of Adelaide.

By measuring their concentration in groundwater, it is possible to understand its age and origin.

Andre Luiten, director of the Institute of Advanced Photonics and Advanced Metrology Technology at Adelaide University, said Andre Luiten: Australia uses 30% of groundwater to provide water for people, irrigation and mining.

With climate change as well as prolonged drought, groundwater is becoming less and less reliable and the use of groundwater is increasing. Therefore, it is important to ensure that groundwater resources are sustainable.

With ATTA equipment, in addition to groundwater analysis, it will also allow researchers to learn about Antarctica's climate history to help better understand the impact of climate change.

CSIRO researcher Dirk Mallants said the ATTA device will also help researchers determine the history of underground water formation, from decades, centuries to millions of years.

By determining the temporal history of groundwater, researchers can better understand the water source such as where it originated from and how it infiltrates.
From there they can make decisions about sustainable exploitation of water resources.

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High Tech Brain: Australia introduces groundwater analysis equipment
Australia introduces groundwater analysis equipment
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