Hydrology

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Stute, M., Sonntag, C., Deak, J. and Schlosser, P., 1992. Helium in deep circulating groundwater in the Great Hungarian Plain: Flow dynamics and crustal and mantle He fluxes. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 56, 2051-2067.
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Stute, M., Schlosser, P., Clark, J.F. and Broecker, W.S., 1992. Paleotemperatures in the southwestern United States derived from noble gas measurements in groundwater. Science, 256, 1000-1003.
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Stute, M. and Schlosser, P., 1993. Principles and application of the noble gas paleothermometer. In: Continental Isotopic Indicators of Climate, AGU monograph no. 78, P.K. Swart et al., Editors, 89-100.
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Ekwurzel, B., Schlosser, P., Smethie, W.M., Jr., Plummer, N., Busenberg, E., Michel, R., Weppernig, W. and Stute, M., 1994. Dating of shallow groundwater: comparison of the transient tracers tritium/He-3, CFCs and Kr-85. Water Resources Research, 30, 1,693-1,708.
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Stute, M., Clark, J.F., Schlosser, P., Broecker, W.S., and Bonani, G., 1995. A high altitude continental paleotemperature record derived from noble gases dissolved in groundwater from the San Juan Basin, New Mexico, Quaternary Research, 43, 209-220.
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Torgersen, T., Drenkard, S., Farley, K., Schlosser, P., and Shapiro, A., 1994. Mantle Helium in the Groundwater of the Mirror Lake Basin, New Hampshire, U.S.A. In: Noble Gas Geochemistry and Cosmochemistry, J. Matsuda, editor, Terra Scientific Publishing Company (TERRAPUB), Tokyo, 279-292.
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Torgersen, T., Drenkard, S., Stute, M., Schlosser, P., and Shapiro, A., 1995. Mantle helium in ground waters of eastern North America: time and space constraints on sources. Geology, 23, no. 8, 675-678.
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Stute, M., Forster, M., Frischkorn, H., Serejo, A., Clark, J.F., Schlosser, P., Broecker, W.S., and Bonani, G., 1995. 5 degree C cooling of lowland tropical Brazil during the last glacial maximum: evidence from noble gas thermometry. Science, 269, 379-383.
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Dörr, H., Werner, U., Drenkard, S., Bayer, R., and Schlosser, P., 1995. The use of isotope methods in groundwater protection studies. Isotopes Environ. Health Stud., 31, 47-59.
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Szabo, Z., Rice, D.E., Plummer, L.N., Busenberg, E., Drenkard, S., and Schlosser, P., 1996. Age dating of groundwater with chlorofluorocarbons, tritium/helium 3, and flow path analysis, southern New Jersey Coastal Plain. Water Resources Research, 32, 1023-1038.
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Drenkard, S., and P. Schlosser, 1997. Messung anthropogener Spurenstoffe zum besseren Verstaendnis der Grundwasserfliessdynamik und Grundwassergefaehrdung (Improved understanding of groundwater flow dynamics amd risk assessment through use of anthropogenic trace substances). In: Grundwasser-Management, Juergen Beudt, Editor, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg New York, 1997, 83-99, in German.
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Clark, J.F., Stute, M., Schlosser, P., Drenkard, S., and Bonani, G., 1997. An isotope study of the Floridan Aquifer in southeastern Georgia: implications for groundwater flow and paleoclimate. Water Resources Research., 33, 281-289.
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Stute, M., Deak, J., Revesz, K., Boehlke, J.K., Deseoe, E., Weppernig, R., and Schlosser, P., 1997. Tritium/He-3 dating of Danube bank infiltration in the Szigetkoes area, Hungary. Ground Water, 35, 905-911.
  Aeschbach-Hertig, W., Schlosser, P., Stute, M., Simpson, J., Ludin, A., and Clark, J.F., 1998. A H-3/He-3 study of groundwater flow in a fractured rock aquifer. Ground Water, 36, 661-670.
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Dunkle-Shapiro, S., Rowe, G., Schlosser, P., Ludin, A., and Stute, M., 1998. H-3/He-3 dating under complex conditions in hydraulically-stressed areas of a buried-valley aquifer. Water Resources Research, 34, 1165-1180.
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Plummer, L.N., McConnell, J.B., Busenberg, E., Drenkard, S., Schlosser, P., and Michel, R.L., 1998. Flow of river water into a karstic limestone aquifer -- 1. Tracing the young fraction in groundwater mixtures in the Upper Floridan Aquifer near Valdosta, Georgia. Applied Geochemistry, 13, 995-1015.
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Plummer, L.N., Busenberg, E., Drenkard, S., Schlosser, P., McConnell, J.B., Michel, R.L., Ekwurzel, B., and Weppernig, R., 1998. Flow of river water into a karstic limestone aquifer -- 2. Dating the young fraction in groundwater mixtures in the Upper Floridan Aquifer near Valdosta, Georgia. Applied Geochemistry, 13, 1017-1043.
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Schlosser, P., Dunkle-Shapiro, S., Stute, M., Aeschbach--Hertig, W., Plummer, L.N., and Busenberg, E., 1998. Tritium/He dating of young groundwater: chronologies for environmental records. In: 'Isotope techniques in the study of environmental change', 165-189. International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna.
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Castro, M.C., Jambon, A., de Marsily, G., and Schlosser, P., 1998. Noble gases as natural tracers of water circulation in the Paris Basin, part I: measurements and discussion of their origin and mechanisms of vertical transport in the basin. Water Resources Research. 34, 2443-2466.
  Shapiro, S., LeBlanc, D., Schlosser, P., and Ludin, A., 1999. Characterizing a sewage plume using the 3H - 3He dating technique. Ground Water, 37, 861-878.
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Stute, M. and Schlosser, P., 1999. Atmospheric Noble Gases. In: Environmental Tracers in Subsurface Hydrology. Cook, P, and Herczeg, A. (eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, 349-377.
  Plummer, N., Rupert, M.G., Busenberg, E., and Schlosser, P., 2000. Age of irrigation water from the eastern Snake River Plain Aquifer, South-Central Idaho - implications for elevated nitrate concentrations. Ground Water. 38, 264-283.
  Castro, M.C., Stute, M., and Schlosser, P., 2000. Comparing 4He and 14C ages in simple aquifer systems: implications for groundwater flow and paleoclimate. Applied Geochemistry, 15, 1137-1167.