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Geochemistry of the Springfield Plateau aquifer of the Ozark Plateaus Province in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma, USA
Groundwater pollution by nitrates in a heterogeneous agricultural watershed. II. Evolution of concentrations in the aquifer
In situ stabilization of metal-contaminated groundwater by hydrous ferric oxide: an experimental and modeling investigation
Assessing aquifer susceptibility to and severity of atrazine contamination at a field site in south-central Wisconsin, USA
Regional depressurization and its impact on the sustainability of freshwater resources in an extensive midcontinent variable-density aquifer
Deciphering Groundwater Flow Systems in Oasis Valley, Nevada, Using Trace Element Chemistry, Multivariate Statistics, and Geographical Information System
Development and application of a comprehensive simulation model to evaluate impacts of watershed structures and irrigation water use on streamflow and groundwater: The case of Wet Walnut Creek Watershed, Kansas, USA
Hydraulic gradient comparison method to estimate aquifer hydraulic parameters under steady-state conditions
Fluid flow and reactive transport around potential nuclear waste emplacement tunnels at Yucca Mountain, Nevada
In March 2015, the U.S. Geological Survey acquired seismic reflection and refraction data along an approximately 2.8-km-long profile across northwest-trending San Andreas Fault splays located at the Dos Palmas Preserve east of Salton Sea. To acquire the reflection and refraction data, we collocated shots and geophones, spaced every 3 m along the profile. We used 933 SercelTM L40A P-wave (40-Hz vertical-component) geophones with a sensitivity of 22.34 volts/meter/second to record 925 P-wave shots. We generated P-wave data using one of two active sources: 400-grain Betsy-SeisgunTM shots at approximately every 90 m and a 3.5-kg sledgehammer and steel plate combination at every 3 m between the seisgun shots. All data...
Statistical summaries of simulated groundwater residence times for the 10 regional aquifers of the Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system, at a 1 square-mile grid resolution
Groundwater residence times were simulated for the major regional aquifers of the Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system from New York to North Carolina using particle tracking in a regional groundwater flow model. Millions of particles were distributed throughout the aquifers of the North Atlantic Coastal Plain in a MODFLOW model with a volume-weighted algorithm, then tracked backwards using MODPATH6 (Pollock, 2012) until termination of their paths at their sources of origin, usually the simulated water table. Particles were tracked under simulated transient hydrologic conditions from the reference time of January 1, 2018 backwards to 1900, then under simulated steady-state conditions prior to 1900 until...