We have been collaborating with the USGS since 1995 analyzing several hundred groundwater samples per year. The project focuses on the application of environmental tracers in order to better understand the hydrological settings of the sampled groundwater bodies. Many questions arrise from issues of shallow groundwater contamination from agricultural chemicals (nitrate, pesticides, etc.). The period of the current contract is 2011 to 2016.
The following link grands access to our groundwater database (password protected).
P. Schlosser, M. Stute, J.F. Clark, S. Dunkle-Shapiro, D.T. Ho, B. Ekwurzel, T. Torgersen, S.Drenkard
- Noble gas thermometry: M. Stute, W. Aeschbach-Hertig, J. Clark, S. Drenkard, P. Schlosser; in cooperation with W. Broecker (L-DEO) and G. Bonani (Zürich)
- Large (9deg C) Glacial-Interglacial Temperature Difference Derived From an Aquifer in Maryland
- Tritium/He-3 dating of shallow groundwater: P. Schlosser, W. Aeschbach-Hertig, S. Dunkle-Shapiro, B. Ekwurzel, A. Ludin, M. Stute, R. Weppernig; in cooperation with N. Plummer (USGS), D. LeBlanq (USGS), G. Rowe, USGS), S. Szabo (USGS), J.K. Böhlke (USGS), and D. Clark (USGS)
- Dating of shallow groundwater: comparison of the transient tracers 3H/3He, chlorofluorocarbons, and 85Kr
- Tritium/3He dating of Danube bank infiltration in the Szigetkös area,Hungary
- Circulation of deep groundwater: M. Stute, C. Castro, J. Clark, A. Ludin
- Surface water hydrology: J. Clark, P. Schlosser, M. Stute; in cooperation with J. Simpson (L-DEO)