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Aiken, J. M., and D. M. Mickelson. 1995. Three-dimensional Characterization of Hydraulic Properties of a Coarse Glacial Outwash Deposit. WRC GRR 95-01. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 19 pp.   more...
Bahr, J. M., and E. H. Keating. 1995. Redox geochemistry of shallow groundwater discharging to Allequash Creek in northern Wisconsin. WRC GRR 95-08. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 41 pp.  
Grundl, T. J. 1995. The Adsorptive Behavior of Atrazine and Alachlor in Organic-poor Sediments. WRC GRR 95-02. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison.. 17 pp.   more...
Harkin, J. M., and Chen, C.P. 1995. Long-Term Transformation and Fate of Nitrogen in Mound-Type Soil Absorption Systems for Septic Tank Effluent. Final Report to DNR. 195 pp.  
Harris, R. F. 1995. Bioremediation of Herbicide-contaminated Soil and Water. WRC GRR 95-03. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 29 pp.   more...
Hoopes, J. A., S. M. Rashad, and T.S. Tsay. Near source transport of contaminants in heterogeneous media. WRC GRR 95-09. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 19 pp.  
Lowery, B., K. Fermanich, S. Grant, K. McSweeney, and W. Kussow. 1995. Nitrate Movement through the Unsaturated Zone of a Sandy Soil in the Lower Wisconsin River Valley. WRC GRR 95-05. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 17 pp.  
Potter, K. W., C. Bowser, M. A. Amann, and K. R. Bradbury. 1995. Estimating the Spatial Distribution of Groundwater Recharge Rates Using Hydrologic, Hydrogeologic, and Geochemical Methods. WRC GRR 95-07. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 25 pp.   more...
Rabinowitz, H., and G. W. Page. 1995. Economic Effects of Groundwater Contamination on Real Estate. WRC GRR 95-06. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 35 pp.   more...
Rayne, T. W., D. M. Mickelson, and K. R. Bradbury. 1995. Variability of Hydraulic Conductivity in Sandy Till: True Variation versus Method. WRC GRR 95-04. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 36 pp.  
Wiersma, J. H., and R. D. Stieglitz. 1995. Characterization of groundwater flow in a subbasin with thin soils and fractured bedrock. WIS WRC 95-01. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison.  
Allmaras, R. R., S. A. Clay, D. F. Hughes, R. Kanwar, R. E. Knighton, J. A. Lamb, B. Lowery, and S. E. Workman. 1995. Ridge tillage systems and water quality in MSEA studies. Pp. 5-7. In: Clean water – clean environment. Vol. III: Practices, systems, and adoption. Team Agriculture -Working to Protect Water Resources, March 5-9, 1995, Kansas City, Missouri. American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan.  
Chesters, G., M. A. Anderson, H. W. Read, and S. Esplugas. 1995. A jacketed annular membrane photocatalytic reactor for wastewater treatment: Degradation of formic acid and atrazine. J. Photochem. Photobiol. 71:291-297.   more...
Dolan, P. W. 1995. Assessment of agricultural management practices to reduce Nitrate-N leaching. M.S. Thesis. Department of Soil Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison.   more...
Edil, T. B., W. S. Wambold, and J. K. Park. 1995. Partitioning of VOCs in clay liner materials. Proc. Of the Geoenvironment 2000. February 24-26, 1995. American Society of Civil Engineers Conference and Exhibition, New Orleans, LA. 16 pp.  
Fausey, N., R. Dowdy, T. Steinheimer, R. Spalding, P. Blanchard, B. Lowery, W. Albus, and S. Clay. 1995. Where’s the atrazine? – A regional groundwater synopsis. Pp. 69-72. In: Clean water --clean environment. Vol. 1. Pesticides. Team Agriculture – Working to Protect Water Resources, March 5-8, 1995, St. Louis, Missouri. American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan.  
Foose, G. J., C. H. Benson, and T. B. Edil. 1995. Evaluating the effectiveness of landfill liners. Environ. Geotech. Rept. No. 95-4. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 86 pp.  
Harkin, J. M., and C.-P. Chen. 1995. Long-term transformation and fate of nitrogen in mound-type soil absorption systems for septic tank effluent. Final report submitted to the Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources. Dept. of Soil Science and Environmental Toxicology Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 195 pp.  
Harris, M. T., and K. R. Waldhuetter. 1995. Facies-controlled porosity distribution in the Silurian dolomite aquifer of the Door Peninsula, northeastern Wisconsin. Abstract Volume and Program, American Association of Petroleum Geologists. P. 39A.  
Irnbrie, J. 1995. Development of leach rate constants for volatile organic compounds. M. S. Thesis. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 72 pp. + appendices.   more...
Levy, J. 1995. Assessing aquifer susceptibility to contamination at an agricultural field site in Wisconsin. [Adaptation of Levy (1993)] to a case study. In: C. Zheng and G. D. Bennett. Applied contaminant transport modeling: Theory and practice. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York.  
Levy, J., and G. Chesters. 1995. Simulation of atrazine and metabolite transport and fate in a sandy till aquifer. J. Contam. Hydrol. 20:67-88.  
Lowery, B., D. E. Clay, and J. L. Baker. 1995. Nitrogen placement in ridge-tillage to minimize leaching and maximize use efficiency. Pp. 123-126. In: Clean water-clean environment. Vol. 11: Nutrients. Team Agriculture – Working to Protect Water Resources, March 5-8, 1995, Kansas City, Missouri. American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan.  
Lowery, B., and W. E. Larson. 1995. Symposium: Erosion impact on soil productivity. Preamble. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 59(3):647-648.  
Lowery, B., J. Swan, T. Schumacher, and A. Jones. 1995. Physical properties of selected soils by erosion class. J. Soil Water Conserv. 50(3):306-31 1.   more...
Romig, D. E., M. J. Garlynd, R. F. Harris, and K. McSweeney. 1995. How farmers assess soil health and quality. J. Soil Water Conserv. 50(3):229-23 6.   more...
Siantar, D. P., and J. J. Fripiat. 1995. Lead retention in a magnesium smectite (hectorite). J. Colloid Interface Chem. 169:400-407.   more...
Wang, D., K. McSweeney, B. Lowery, and J. M. Norman. 1995. Nest structure of ant Lasius neoniger Emery and it implications to soil modification. Geoderma 66:259-272.   more...
Anderson, N., and D. M. Mickelson. 1996. Variation of hydraulic conductivity in supraglacial sediment. WRC GRR 96-04. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 43 pp.  
Bundy, L. G., and P. C. Widen. 1996. Management of sweet corn processing wastes to protect groundwater quality. WRC GRR 96-02. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 35 pp.  
Cherkauer, D. S. 1996. Impact of tunnel dewatering on surface water bodies in Milwaukee County: Determination of hydrogeologic controls and the efficiency of monitoring arrays. WRC GRR 96-03. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 68 pp.  
Simo, T. A., P. G. Freiberg, and K. S. Freiberg. 1996. Geologic constraints on arsenic in groundwater with applications to groundwater modeling. WRC GRR 96-01. Wisconsin Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 42 pp. + appendices.  
Strauss, J., J. Standridge, and W. C. Sonzogni. 1996. Evaluation of enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) for herbicide analysis of Wisconsin soils in comparison to gas chromatography. WRC GRR 96-05. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 32 pp.  
Arola, C. C. 1996. A numerical multi-model approach to assess the removal of organic groundwater contaminants influenced by air sparging. M.S. Thesis. Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 147 pp. Available through MadCat   more...
Arola, C. C., and J. M. Bahr. 1996. A numerical multi-model approach to assess the degradation of organic groundwater contaminants influenced by air sparging. 1996 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union. Eos, Trans. AGU 77(46):F240.  
Baker, D. M. 1996. Physical modeling of in situ air sparging. M.S. Thesis. Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering. University of Wisconsin-Madison. 179 pp. Available through MadCat   more...
Baker, D. M., and C. H. Benson. 1996. Review of factors affecting in situ air sparging. pp.292-310. In: L. N. Reddi (ed.). Non-aqueous phase liquids (NAPLs) in subsurface environment: Assessment and remediation. American Society of Chemical Engineering, New York.  
Foose, G. J., C. H. Benson, and T. B. Edil. 1996. Evaluating the effectiveness of landfill liners. In: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Environmental Geotechnics. November 1995. Osaka, Japan.  
Keating, E. H. 1996. Redox geochemistry of groundwater discharging to a stream in northern Wisconsin: Application of reactive-transport modeling. 1996 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union. EOS, Trans. AGU 77(46):F247.  
Levy, J., and T. Rayne. 1996. Characterization of hydraulic conductivity heterogeneity of a sandy till based on two studies at different scales. 1996 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union. EOS, Trans. AGU 77(46):H42C-13.  
Riemersma, P. E., J. M. Bahr, and M. P. Anderson. 1996. A comparison of geological and stochastic approaches to characterization of heterogeneity and their effects on simulations of pump-and-treat systems. pp.1003-1018. In: Uncertainty in the geologic environment: From theory to practice. Proceedings of Uncertainty '96. July 31-August 3, 1996, Madison, Wisconsin. Geotechnical Engineering Division, American Society of Chemical Engineers.  
Schreiber, M. E. 1996. Evidence for intrinsic biodegradation in a BTEX-contaminated wetland aquifer. p. A-132. In: Abstracts with Programs, 1996 Annual Program. Earth System Summit Denver. October 28-31, 1996, Denver, Colorado. Geological Society of America.  
Anderson, N. and D. M. Mickelson. 1997. Variation of hydraulic conductivity in areas of hummocky glacial terrain in northern Wisconsin. WRC GRR 97-01. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 42 pp.  
Bahr, J. M., and C. C. Arola. 1997. A numerical multi-model approach to assess the removal of organic groundwater contaminants influenced by air sparging. WRC GRR 97-02. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 38 pp.  
Grundl, T. 1997. Effects of complex mixtures of chemicals in leachates on the transport of pollutants in groundwater. WRC GRR 97-04. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 21 pp.  
Simo, J. A. T., P. G. Freiberg, and M. E. Schreiber. 1997. Stratigraphic and geochemical controls on the mobilization and transport of naturally occurring arsenic in groundwater: Implications for water supply protection in northeastern Wisconsin. WRC GRR 97-05. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 34 pp.  
Stieglitz R. D., and J. H. Wiersma. 1997. Role of wetlands in the groundwater budget of a small glaciokarstic basin. WRC GRR 97-03. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 38 pp.  
Berg, W. R. 1997. Self potential to interpret directional groundwater flow. M.S. Thesis. Department of Geosciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. 52 pp. + appendices. Available through MadCat   more...
Berg, W. R. 1997. Using self potential to interpret groundwater flow around a well. p. 40. In: Water resources challenges in the urban environment. American Water Resources Association - Wisconsin Section 21st Annual Meeting, Brookfield, Wisconsin.  
Brantner, C. A., L. A. Buccholz, C. L. McSwain, L. L. Newcomb, C. Remsen, and M. L. P. Collins. 1997. Intracytoplasmic membrane formation in Methylmicrobium albus BG8. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 119:5073-5074.  
Carlson, D., and D. S. Cherkauer. 1997. Impact of deep tunnels on the Kinnickinnic River baseflow. P. 5. In: Water Resources Challenges in the Urban Environment. American Water Resources Association - Wisconsin Section 21st Annual Meeting. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin.  
Carlson, D., and D. S. Cherkauer. 1997. Vertical anisotropy of hydraulic conductivity of Silurian/Devonian dolomite at two scales in southeastern Wisconsin and northeastern Illinois. P. 47. In: Water Resources Challenges in the Urban Environment. American Water Resources Association - Wisconsin Section 21st Annual Meeting. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin.  
Chen, C.-P., and J. M. Harkin. 1997. Long-term effectiveness in nitrogen removal and impact on groundwater quality of septic systems. Abstract. pp. 233-234. In: Abstract Book. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 18th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California.  
Cherkauer, D. A., and D. A. Carlson. 1997. Interaction of Lake Michigan with a layered aquifer stressed by drainage. Ground Water 35(6):981-989.   more...
Davis, T. S. 1997. The application of electrical anisotropy in hydrogeological modeling. M.S. Thesis. Department of Geosciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Available through MadCat   more...
Davis, T. S. 1997. Uses of electrical anisotropy in hydrogeological investigations. p. 38. In: Water resources challenges in the urban environment. American Water Resources Association - Wisconsin Section 21st Annual Meeting, Brookfield, Wisconsin.  
Elder C. R. 1997. Modeling mass transfer during in situ air sparging. M.S. Thesis. Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 138 pp. + appendices. Available through MadCat   more...
Elder, C., R. Thorstad, C. Benson, and G. Eykholt. 1997. A model for predicting mass removal during air sparging. In: In situ remediation of the geoenvironment. Proceedings of the American Chemical Society Meeting. October 5-7, 1997, Minneapolis, Minnesota. American Chemical Society, New York.  
Harkin, J. M., and K. E. Gustavson. 1997. Assessment of toxicity from petroleum-derived hydrocarbons in water using bioassays. Eight International Symposium on Toxicity of Assessment, May 26-30, 1997. Perth, Australia.  
Harris, M. T., J. J. Kuglitsch, R. Watkins, and P. M. Sheehan. 1997. A comparison of early Silurian stratigraphic sequences of the Great Basin (Utah and Nevada) and the Midcontinent (Wisconsin), U.S.A.: Eustacy plays the major role. Abstract. Geological Society of America. 29(4):19.  
Harris, M. T., M. A. Muldoon, and R. D. Stieglitz (eds.). 1997. The Silurian dolomite aquifer of the Door Peninsula: Facies, sequence stratigraphy, and hydrogeology. pp. 1-2. In: M. G. Mudrey, Jr. (ed.). Guide to field trips in Wisconsin and adjacent areas of Minnesota, 31st Annual Meeting of the North-Central Section, Geological Society of America, Guidebook Volume. Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey, Madison, Wisconsin.  
Harris, M. T., K. R. Waldhuetter, and D. P. Hegrenes. 1997. Lower Silurian (Lindovery) facies and sequence stratigraphy in the Door Peninsula, Wisconsin. Abstract. Geological Society of America 29(4):19.  
Langton, S. J. 1997. Field corn tolerance to acetolactate synthase inhibiting herbicides and weed control in sethoxydim-resistant field corn. Ph.D. Dissertation. Department of Agronomy, University of Wisconsin-Madison.   more...
Lott, R. B. 1997. Estimating evapotranspiration in natural and constructed groundwater dominated wetlands: Traditional and geochemical approaches. M.S. Thesis. Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison Available through MadCat   more...
Matt, F. J. 1997. The extraction and characterization of soil bound atrazine residues. M.S. Thesis. Department of Soil Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison.  
Mechenich, D. J., and G. J. Kraft. 1997. Contaminant Source Assessment and Management Using Groundwater Flow and Contaminant Models in the Stevens Point - Whiting - Plover Wellhead Protection Area. Central Wisconsin Groundwater Center, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point/Extension. 140 p. Available through MadCat   more...
Miller, L. W., M. Anderson, C. G. Hill. 1997. Fabrication and evaluation of fiber optic photoreactors for the photocatalytic degradation of organic contaminants and the photoplating/stripping of heavy metals. Final report. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C.  
Noll, R. J., M. E. Zorn, J. Mathew, and W. C. Sonzogni. 1997. Inferring contaminants in carbon dioxide solvent used in the supercritical fluid extraction of polychlorinated biphenyls. J. Chromatog. A 799 (1998):259-264.  
Noll, R. J., M. E. Zorn, and W. C. Sonzogni. 1997. Negative chromatographic peaks with oxygen doped electron capture detection of polychlorinated biphenyls. J. Chromatog. A 775 (1997):368-371.   more...
Olson, M. L., L. B. Cleckner, S. A. King, J. P. Hurley, and D. P. Krabbenhoft. 1997. Resolution of matrix effects on analysis of total and methyl mercury in aqueous samples from the Florida Everglades. Fres. Z. Anal. Chem. 358:392-396.   more...
Riemersma, P. E. 1997. Geostatistical characterization of heterogeneity, simulation of advective transport, and evaluation of pump-and-treat systems in braided stream deposits. Ph.D. Dissertation. Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Wisconsin-Madison.   more...
Riemersma, P. E. 1997. Simulation of preferential flow paths in heterogeneous braided stream deposits. American Water Resources Association Annual Meeting.  
Schreiber, M. E., J. M. Bahr, M. Zwolinski, Y. Shi, W. J. Hickey, and K. A. Brownell. 1997. Field and laboratory studies of BTEX bioremediation under denitrifying conditions. pp. 13-18. In: In situ and on-site bioremediation: Volume 5. Fourth International In situ and On-Site Bioremediation Symposium. Battelle Press, Richland, Washington.  
Stites, W. and G. J. Kraft. 1997. Agrichemical Loading to Groundwater under Irrigated Vegetables in the Central Sand Plain. Central Wisconsin Groundwater Center, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point/Extension. 124 p.  
Woody, M. A., and D. O. Cliver. 1997. Replication of coliphages as affected by host cell number, competition from insusceptible cells, and non-FRNA coliphages. J. Appl. Microbiol. 82:431-440.   more...
Zorn, M. E. 1997. The analytical limit of detection: Alternate calculation procedures and enhanced experimental techniques for the analysis of polychlorinated biphenyls. Ph.D. Dissertation. Water Chemistry Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison.   more...
Zorn, M. E., R. D. Gibbons, and W. C. Sonzogni. 1997. Weighted least squares approach to calculating limits of detection and quantification by modeling variability as a function of concentration. Analytical Chem. 69(15):3069-3075.  
Read, H. W., G. Chesters, and D. P. Gustafson. 1998. Herbicide contamination of soil and groundwater at a mixing and loading site. Final Report to the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection, Madison. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 109 pp.  
Ansari, S., and D. Cherkauer. 1998. Relation of groundwater recharge rates in southern Washington County to land use and soil type. p. 38. In: Water resources management: Changes as we approach the 21st century. American Water Resources Association - Wisconsin Section 22nd Annual Meeting. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin.  
Champion, G. 1998. Transient and steady-state flow models of a groundwater and lake system: Trout Lake basin, northern Wisconsin. M.S. Thesis. Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 105 pp. + appendices.  
Chen, C.-P. 1998. Transformations and transport of fixed nitrogen from septic tanks in soil absorption systems and underlying aquifers. Ph.D. Dissertation. Environmental Toxicology Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison.  
Cheng, Y. S. 1998. Molecular analysis of bacterial intracytoplasmic membrane proteins. Ph.D. thesis, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.  
Cheng, Y. S., J. L. Halsey, P. D. Anderson, C. C. Remsen, and M. L. P. Collins. 1998. Use of PCR to detect particulate methane monooxygenase in groundwater. p. 377. In: Abstracts of the General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology.  
Chen, C.-P., and J. M. Harkin. 1998. Transformations and transport of 15N-based fixed nitrogen from septic tanks in soil absorption systems and underlying aquifers. pp. 293-305. In: D. M. Sievers (ed.). On-site wastewater treatment, vol. 8. Proceedings of the Eighth National Symposium on Individual and Small Community Sewage Systems. American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan.  
Cleckner, L. B., P. J. Garrison, J. P. Hurley, D. P. Krabbenhoft, M. L. Olson, and T. W. Heelan. 1998. Trophic transfer of methyl mercury in the northern Florida Everglades. Biogeochemistry 40:347-361.  
Davis, T. S., and R. W. Taylor. 1998. An application of electrical anistropy in hydrogeological modeling. In: Proceedings of Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems. Society for Engineering and Environmental Geophysics.  
Gustafson, D., J. Levy, and G. Chesters. 1998. Protection of Wisconsin’s groundwater from agricultural chemicals: An analysis. Wis. Environ. Law J.  
Gustavson, K. E., A. Svenson, and J. M. Harkin. 1998. Comparison of toxicities and mechanism of action of n-alkanols in the submitochondrial particle (SMP) and the Vibrio fisheri bioluminescence (Microtox) bioassay. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 17(10):1917-1921.  
Halsey, J. L. 1998. Development of methodology for the detection of methanotrophs in groundwater. M.S. Thesis. Department of Biological Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.  
Harris, M. T., J. J. Kuglitsch, R. Watkins, D. P. Hegrenes, and K. R. Waldhuetter. 1998. Early Silurian stratigraphic sequences of eastern Wisconsin, Midcontinent U.S.A. pp. 39-49. In: E. Laning, and M. Johnson (eds.). Silurian cycles: Linking of Dynamic Processes in the Atmosphere and Oceans. New York State Museum Bulletin.  
Harvey, R. G. 1998. A simple technique for predicting future weed problems and choosing the best management practices. pp. 37-43. In: Report of the Expert Consultation on Weed Ecology and Management. Plant Production and Protection Division, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy.  
Hurley, J. P., D. P. Krabbenhoft, L. B. Cleckner, M. L. Olson, G. Aiken, and P. J. Rawlik. 1998. System controls on aqueous mercury distribution in the northern Everglades. Biogeochemistry 40:293-311.  
Keating, E. H., and J. M. Bahr. 1998. Using reactive solutes to constrain groundwater flow models at a site in northern Wisconsin. Water Resour. Res. 34(12):3561-3571.  
Keating, E. H., and J. M. Bahr. 1998. Reactive transport modeling of redox geochemistry: Approaches to chemical disequilibrium and reaction rate estimation at a site in northern Wisconsin. Water Resour. Res. 34(12):3573-3584.  
Krabbenhoft, D. P., C. C. Gilmour, J. M. Benoit, C. L. Babiarz, A. W. Andren, and J. P. Hurley. 1998. Methylmercury dynamics in littoral sediments of a temperate seepage lake. Can. J. Fish Aquatic Sci. 55:835-844.  
Krabbenhoft, D. P., J. P. Hurley, G. Aiken, C. C. Gilmour, M. Marvin-DiPasquale, W. H. Orem, and R. Harris. 1998. Mercury cycling in the Florida Everglades: A mechanistic field study. XXVII Congress, Societas Internationalis Limnologiae, Dublin, Ireland.  
Krabbenhoft, D. P., J. P. Hurley, M. L. Olson, and L. B. Cleckner. 1998. Diel variability of mercury phase and species distributions in the Florida Everglades. Biogeochemistry 40:311-325.  
Kraft, G.J. and D.J. Mechenich. 1998. Nitrate and pesticides in domestic water supply wells for a part of the Town of Stockton, Portage County. Central Wisconsin Groundwater Center - University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point.  
Levy, J., G. Chesters, D. P. Gustafson, and H. W. Read. 1998. Assessing aquifer susceptibility to and severity of atrazine contamination at a field site in south-central Wisconsin, USA. Hydrogeol. J. 6:483-499.  
Levy, J., M. K. Clayton, and G. Chesters. 1998. Using an approximation of the three-point Gauss-Hermite quadrature formula for model prediction and quantification of uncertainty. Hydrogeol. J. 6:457-468.  
Miller, L. W. 1998. Photocatalytic oxidation of organic compounds via waveguide-supported titanium dioxide films. Ph.D. Disseration. Water Chemistry Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 103 pp.  
Miller, L. W., and M. Anderson. 1998. Fiber-mediated titanium dioxide photocatalysis. J. Adv. Oxidation Technol. 3(3):238-242.  
Muldoon, M. A., and K. R. Bradbury. 1998. Tracer study for the characterization of groundwater movement and contaminant transport in fractured dolomite. Open File Report 98-02. Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey, Madison, Wisconsin. 85 pp.  
Read, H. W., J. M. Harkin, and K. E. Gustavson. 1998. Environmental applications with submitochondrial particles. pp. 31-52. In: P. G. Wells, K. Lee, and C. Blaise (eds.). Microscale testing in aquatic toxicology: Advances, techniques and practice. CRC Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, Florida.  
Schreiber, M. E., and J. M. Bahr. 1998. Experimental and modeling approaches to enhancing BTEX biodegradation. Suppl. EOS 79(17):S144.  
Schreiber, M. E., M. D. Zwolinski, W. J. Hickey, and J. M. Bahr. 1998. Geochemical and microbiological proceses controlling anaerobic biodegradation of petroleum-contaminated gorundwater. Abstract A303. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.  
Schulze-Makuch, D., and D. S. Cherkauer. 1998. Variations in hydraulic conductivity with scale of measurement during aquifer tests in heterogeneous, porous carbonate rocks. Hydrogeol. J. 6(2):204-215.  
Schwar, M. T., K. W. Potter, S. K. Swanson, and J. M. Bahr. 1998. Maintaining water supply to groundwater-fed aquatic systems. Suppl. EOS 79(17):S75.  
Simo, J. A., M. T. Harris, and M. A. Muldoon. 1998. Stratigraphy and sedimentology of the Silurian dolostones, Door County, Wisconsin. pp. 3-15. In: Fluid flow in carbonates: Inter-disciplinary approaches. SEPM Research Conference, September 20-24, 1998, Door County, Wisconsin.  
Tsay, T.-S., and J. A. Hoopes. 1998. Numerical simulation of ground water mounding and its verification by Hele-Shaw model. Comp. Geosci. 24(10):979-990.  
Yuan, H., J. L. P. Collins, and W. E. Antholine. 1998. Concentration of Cu, EPR-detectable Cu, and formation of cupric-ferrocyanide in membranes with pMMO. J. Inorganic Biochem. 72:179-185.  
Foose, G. L., C. H. Benson, and T. B. Edil. 1999. Methods for evaluating the effectiveness of landfill liners. WRC GRR 99-04. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison.  
Hickey, W. J. and B. N. Moran. 1999. Biostimulation of Trichloroethylene in contaminated aquifers. WRC GRR 99-05. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison.  
Hoopes, J. A., S. Rashad, Y. Majali, and T.-S. Tsay. 1999. Field evaluation of near source transport of contaminants in heterogeneous media: Estimation of flow parameters and simulation of water table elevations. WRC GRR 99-02. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison.  
Hoopes, J. A., S. Rashad, Y. Majali, and T.-S. Tsay. 1999. Field evaluation of near source transport of contaminants in heterogeneous media: Numerical simulation of groundwater mounding. WRC GRR 99-03. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison.  
Klima, J. S., T. B. Edil, and C. H. Benson. 1999. Field assessment of monitoring and water supply well seals. WRC GRR 99-01. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 48 pp.  
Klima, J. S., T. B. Edil, and C. H. Benson. 1999. Field assessment of monitoring and water supply well seals. WRC GRR 99-01. Water Resources Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 48 pp.  
Brantner, C. A. 1999. The relationship of copper-containing particulate methane monooxygenase and intracytoplasmic membrane formation in Methylomicrobium album BG8. Intracytoplasmic membrane development in bacteria. Ph.D. thesis, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.   more...
Chen, C.-P. 1999. Transformations and transport of fixed nitrogen from septic tanks in soil absorption systems and underlying aquifers. Ph.D. Dissertation. Environmental Toxicology Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison.   more...
Cheng, Y. W., J. L. Halsey, K. A. Fode, C. C. Remsen, and M. L. P. Collins. 1999. Detection of methanotrophs in groundwater by PCR. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 65:648-651   more...
Cleckner, L.B., C.C. Gilmour, J.P. Hurley and D.P. Krabbenhoft. 1999. Mercury methylation in periphyton of the Florida Everglades. Limnology and Oceanography 44:1815-1825.  
Drought, J. F., E. A. Buc, T. J. Grundl, K. A. Fode, M. L. P.Collins. 1999. Fate of tetrachloroethene and benzene at a dry cleaning facility. Proceedings of the 5th In Situ and On-site bioremediation symposium. Battelle Press, pp. 253-258.  
Elder, C. R., and C. H. Benson. 1999. Air channel formation, size, spacing, and tortuosity during air sparging. Ground Water Monitor. Remed. 19(3):171-181.  
Fode, K.A., C. Wimpee, C. C. Remson, and M. L. P. Collins. 1999. Direct applications of PCR to environmental samples. Abstract. American Society for Microbiology, Washington, D.C. p. 572  
Fode, K.A., C. Wimpee, C.C. Remson, and M.L.P. Collins. 1999. Use of competitive PCR for quantitation of methanotrophs in groundwater. Abstract. American Society for Microbiology, Washington, D.C. p. 486.  
King, S. 1999. Wetland mercury biogeochemistry: Seasonal hydrologic and geochemical influences on mercury distribution and speciation. Ph.D. Dissertation. Water Chemistry Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison.   more...
Kraft, G.J., W. Stites, and D. J. Mechenich. 1999. Impacts of irrigated vegetable agriculture on a humid north-central U.S. sand plain aquifer. Ground Water 37(4): 572-580.   more...
Marzolf, G. R., C. J. Bowser, R. Hart, D. W. Stephens, and W. S. Vernieu. 1999. Photosynthetic and repiratory processes: An open-stream approach. American Geophyical Monograph 110. pp. 205-216. In: R. H. Webb, J. Schmidt, and G. R. Marzolf (eds.). The Controlled Flood in the Grand Canyon. American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C.  
Rosenshield, M. L., M. B. Jofre, and W. H. Karasov. 1999. Effects of polychlorinated biphenyl 126 on green frog (Rana clamitans) and leopard frog (Rana pipiens) hatching success, development, and metamorphosis. Environ. Tox. Chem. 18(11):2478-2486.  
Sabat, G. 1999. Rapid, selective, and sensitive PCR method for detection and identification of Escherichia coli in soil samples. M.S. Thesis. Department of Bacteriology, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 124 pp.  
Schreiber, M. E. 1999. Experimental and modeling approaches to evaluating anaerobic biodegradation of petroleum-contaminated groundwater. 1999. Ph.D. Dissertation. Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 226 pp. + appendices.  
Schreiber, M. E., and J. M. Bahr. 1999. Special electron acceptor variability: Implications for assessing bioremediation potential. Bioremed. J. 3(4):363-378.  
Shi, Y., M. D. Zwolinski, M. E. Schreiber, J. M. Bahr, G. W. Sewell, and W. J. Hickey. 1999. Molecular analysis of microbial community structure in pristine and contaminated aquifers: Field and laboratory microcosm studies. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 65(5):2143-2150.   more...
Sonsthagen, S., K. Gustavson, and R. Crunkilton. 1999. Use of in vitro and whole-animal assays to assess groundwater contamination. Abstract. American Water Resources Association-Wisconsin Section and Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry-Midwest Chapter, Joint Annual Meeting, LaCrosse, Wisconsin. p. 27.  
Yuan, H., J. L. P. Collins, and W. E. Antholine. 1999. Type 2 Cu2+ in PMMO for Methylomicorbium album BG8, Biophys. J. 76:2223-2229.  
Allran, J. W., and W. H. Karasov. 2000. Chronic effects of atrazine and nitrate on northern leopard frog (Rana pipiens) larvae exposed in the laboratory from post-hatch through metamorphosis. WRI GRR 00-01. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 17 pp.  
Anderson, M. P., and G. S. Champion. 2000. Assessment of impacts on groundwater/lake systems using MODFLOW with a lake package: application to the Trout Lake Basin, Northern Wisconsin. WRI GRR 00-05. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison.  
Cherkauer, D. S. 2000. Controls on the spatial distribution of ground-water recharge in Washington County, Wisconsin. WRI GRR 00-11. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison.  
Elder, C. R., C. H. Benson, and G. R. Eykholt. 2000. Air plume conceptualization and mass transfer modeling for in situ air sparging. WRI GRR 00-06. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison.  
Elder, C. R., C. H. Benson, and G. R. Eykholt. 2000. Implications of heterogeneity on the operation and design of permeable reactive barriers. WRI GRR 00-03. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison.  
Gibson, S. A., T. B. Edil, and C. H. Benson. 2000. Assessing exploratory borehole seals with electrical geophysical techniques. WRI GRR 00-10. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison.  
Potter, K. W., and R. B. Lott. 2000. Estimating evapotranspiration in natural and constructed groundwater dominated wetlands: traditional and geochemical approaches. WRI GRR 00-08. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison  
Riemersma, P. E., and J. M. Bahr. 2000. Improved design of pump-and-treat systems for heterogeneous aquifers. WRI GRR 00-07. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison.  
Schreiber, M. E., J. M. Bahr, M. D. Zwolinski, Y. Shi, and W. J. Hickey. 2000. Hydrogeochemical and microbiological studies for enhanced groundwater bioremediation. WRI GRR 00-09. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison.  
Water Resources Institute. 2000. Abstracts: Water Resources 2000 – Challenges for the new Century. American Water Resources Association Wisconsin Section 24th Annual Meeting, Green Bay, Wisconsin. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 48 pp.  
Brantner, C. A., L. A. Buchholz, C. C. Remsen, and M. L. P.Collins. 2000. Isolation of intracytoplasmic membrane from the methanotrophic bacterium Methylomicrobium album BG8. Curr. Microbiol. 40: 132-134.   more...
Cook, R. C. 2000. Relationship between private well water, stream base flow, and land use in the Tomorrow-Waupaca River Watershed. M.S. Thesis. College of Natural Resources, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.  
Lemos, S., M. L. P. Collins, S. S. Eaton, G. R. Eaton, and W. E. Antholine. 2000. Comparison of EPR-visible Cu2+ sites in pMMO from Methylococcus capsulatus (Bath) and Methylomicrobium album BG8. Biophys. J. 79: 1085-1094.  
Lin, H. S., C. Jaskolski, and R. C. Cook. 2000. Development of neural network models for predicting nitrate concentration in well water in the Tomorrow-Waupaca Watershed. Agronomy Abstracts. 2000 Annual Meeting of the Soil Science Society of America, Minneapolis, Minnesota.  
Schreiber, M.E., J.A. Simo, and P.G. Freiberg. 2000 Stratigraphic and geochemical controls on the mobilization and transport of naturally occurring arsenic in groundwater: Hydrogeology Journal 8: 161-176.  
Grundl, T. and Schmidt, L. 2002. Delineation of High Salinity Conditions in the Cambro-Ordovician Aquifer of Eastern Wisconsin. Final Report submitted to the Wisconsin Groundwater Research Program. 36 pp.   more...
Cape, M. 2003. Geochemical factors controlling radium in the Cambrian-Ordovician Aquifer System of Southeastern Wisconsin. M.S. Thesis. Department of Geosciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI.   more...
Schmidt, L. 2003. Delineation of High Salinity Conditions in the Cambro-Ordovician Aquifer of Eastern Wisconsin. M.S. Thesis. Department of Geosciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI.  
Grundl, T., Cape, M. 2006. Geochemical factors controlling radium activity in a sandstone aquifer. Ground Water 44(4):518-527.   more...
Klump, S., Grundl. T., Purtschert, R. and Kipfer, R. 2007. Dynamics of paleo-water inverstigated using environmental tracers in southeastern Wisconsin. submitted in Geology.  
Armstrong, D. E. and R. J. Noll. 2001. On-line SFE/GC for improved detection of trace organic pollutants in ground water monitoring. WRI GRR 01-04. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Final_WR98R016.pdf  
Bravo, H. R. 2001. Groundwater flow and heat transport in wetlands: Transient simulations and frequency-domain analysis. WRI GRR 01-02. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Final_WR98R013.pdf  
Collins, M. L. P. and C. C. Remsen. 2001. Monitoring: evaluation of the abundance, diversity, and activity of methanotroph populations in groundwater. WRI GRR 01-03. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Final_WR98R012.pdf  
Dripps, W., M. P. Anderson, and K. W. Potter. 2001. Temporal and spatial variability of natural groundwater recharge. WRI GRR 01-07. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Final_WR00R008.pdf  
Eaton, T. T., D. J. Hart, K. R. Bradbury, and H. F. Wang. 2001. Hydraulic conductivity and specific storage of the Maquoketa shale. WRI GRR 01-01. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Final_WR98R001.pdf  
Edil, T.B. and C.H. Benson. 2001. Compatibility of Containment Systems With Mine Waste Liquids. Groundwater Research Report WRI GRR 01-09. Madison: UW Water Resources Institute. Final_WR99R002.pdf  
Jansen, J. and R. Taylor. 2001. Time domain electromagnetic induction survey of eastern Waukesha County and selected locations. WRI GRR 01-05. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Final_WR99R016.pdf  
Li, Lin, G.R. Eykholt and C.H. Benson. 2001. Groundwater Modeling: Semi-Analytical Approaches for Heterogeneity and Reaction Networks. Groundwater Research Report WRI GRR 01-10. Madison: UW Water Resources Institute. Final_WR00R014.pdf  
Li, Zhaohui. 2001. Admicelle-catalyzed reductive dechlorination of perchloroethylene (PCE) by zero valent iron. WRI GRR 01-06. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Final_WR99R007.pdf  
Norman, J.M. and K.R. Brye. 2001. Field Monitoring of Drainage and Nitrate Leaching From Managed and Unmanaged Ecosystems. Groundwater Research Report WRI GRR 01-08. Madison: UW Water Resources Institute. Final_WR99R001.pdf  
Rebecca L. Johnson, R.L. 2001. Development and Optimization of High-Resolution Chromatographic Methods for Speciation of Arsenicals in Drinking Water and Lake Sediment. M.S. Thesis. Department of Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.  
Schwar, M.T. 2001. Hydrologic Restoration of a Groundwater-Fed Sedge Meadow Wetland in South-Central Wisconsin. Ph.D. Dissertation. Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 536 pp   more...
Taglia, P.J. 2001 Using in situ microcosms to evaluate the spatial heterogeneity of BTEX biodegradation under nitrate-reducing conditions. M.S. Thesis. Department of Geology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI. Available through MadCat (Not online)   more...
Alessi, D. S. and Z. Li. 2001. Synergistic effect of cationic surfactants on perchloroethylene degradation by zero-valent iron. Environ. Sci. & Technol. 35: 3713-3717.   more...
Allran, J.W. and W.H. Karasov, 2001. Effects of atrazine on embryos, larvae, and adults of anuran amphibians. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 20: 769-775. Available through MadCat (Not online)   more...
Bravo, H.R., F. Jiang and R.J. Hunt, 2001. Using groundwater temperature data to constrain parameter estimation in a groundwater flow model of a wetland system. Water Resources Res 38: art. no 1153.   more...
Brye, K.R., J.M. Norman, L.G. Bundy, and S.T. Gower. 2001. Nitrogen and carbon leaching in agroecosystems and their role in denitrification potential. J. Environ. Qual. 30:58-70.   more...
Lin, H.S., R.C. Cook, and B. Shaw. 2001. Nitrate relationships between stream baseflow, well water, and land use in the Tomorrow-Waupaca Watershed. The Scientific World Journal. 1(S2):187-193.   more...
Lin, H.S. and S. Wang. 2001. Artificial neural network for nonpoint source pollution assessment in watersheds. In the Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Diffuse/Nonpoint Pollution and Watershed Management, June 10-15, 2001, Milwaukee, WI.  
Lott, R.B., and Hunt, R.J. 2001. Estimating evapotranspiration in natural and constructed wetlands. Wetlands 21: 614-628.   more...
Peterson, J.K., D.R. Kashian, and S.I. Dodson. 2001. Methoprene and 20-OH-Ecdysone affect male production in Daphnia pulex. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 20: 582-588.   more...
Schreiber, M.E., M.D. Zwolinski, P.J. Taglia, J.M. Bahr, and W.J. Hickey. 2001. Microbiological and hydrogeochemical controls on anaerobic biodegradations of petroleum hydrocarbons, Case study from Fort McCoy, WI. EOS, AGU Spring Meeting.  
Stites, W. and G.J. Kraft. 2001. Nitrate and chloride loading to groundwater from an irrigated north-central U.S. sand-plain vegetable field. J. of Environmental Quality 30: 1176-1184.   more...
Swanson, S. K., J. M. Bahr, M. T. Schwar, and K. W. Potter. 2001. Two-way cluster analysis of geochemical data to constrain spring source water. Chemical Hydrology 179: 73-91.   more...
Anderson, M. A., Zeltner, W. and Lee, E. 2002. Removal of As(III) and As(V) in Contaminated Groundwater with Thin-film Microporous Oxide Adsorbents. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Final_WR00R005.pdf  
Anderson, M. P. 2002. Groundwater-Lake Interaction: Response to Climate Change Vilas County, Wisconsin. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Final_WR01R004.pdf  
Dodson, S. 2002. Effect of Clean and Polluted Groundwater on Reproduction and Development. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Final_WR00R007.pdf  
Stoor, R. W., D. E. Armstrong, K. Rolfhus, L. Cleckner and D. P. Krabbenhoft. 2002. Importance of Groundwater in Production and Transport of Methylmercury in Lake Superior Tributaries. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Final_WR00R003.pdf  
Turyk, N. B., Shaw, B. H. and M. P. Russelle. Remediation of Soil and Groundwater using Effectively and Ineffectively Nodulated Alfalfa. 2002. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Final_WR00R006.pdf  
Dripps, W. R. 2002. The Spatial and Temporal Variability of Natural Groundwater Recharge. PhD thesis, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Department of Geology and Geophysics.   more...
Dussaillant, A. 2002. Focused recharge in a rain garden: Numerical modeling and field experiments, Ph.D. dissertation. Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison.   more...
Eaton, T.T. 2002. Fracture heterogeneity and hydrogeology of the Maquoketa aquitard, southeastern Wisconsin. Ph.D. dissertation (Geology and Geophysics), University of Wisconsin-Madison.   more...
Kashian D.R. 2002. Reproduction and development in daphnia : the role of hormones, pesticides and detoxification. PhD dissertation. University of Wisconsin-Madison.   more...
Pint, C.D. 2002. A groundwater flow model of the Trout Lake Basin: calibration and lake capture zone analysis. M.S. thesis, Dept. of Geology and Geophysics. Available through MadCat   more...
Stoor, R.W. 2002. Groundwater contributions of methylmercury to a Lake Superior Watershed. M.S. Thesis, Environmental Chemistry and Technology Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison.  
Wieben, Ann. 2002. Analysis of Watershed Features Influencing Trace Metal Distribution between Suspended Particles and Water Using GIS-Based Models. M.S. Thesis, Land Resources, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Available through MadCat   more...
Anderson, M.P., R.J. Hunt, J. Krohelski, and K. Chung, 2002, Using High Hydraulic Conductivity Nodes to Simulate Seepage Lakes, Ground Water 40(2), 117-122.   more...
Hintelmann, H., R. Harris, A. Heyes, J.P. Hurley, C.A. Kelly, D.P. Krabbenhoft, S. Lindberg, J.W.M. Rudd, K.J. Scott and V.L. St. Louis. 2002. Reactivity and mobility of new and old mercury in a boreal forest ecosystem during the first year of the METAALICUS study. Environmental Science and Technology. 36(23):5034-5040.   more...
Johnson, R.L. and J.H. Aldstadt. 2002 Quantitative trace level speciation of arsenite and arsenate in drinking water by ion chromatography. The Analyst (London) 127:1305-1311.   more...
Kashian D.R. and S.I. Dodson. 2002. Effects of common-use pesticides on developmental and reproductive processes in Daphnia. Toxicol. Indust. Health 18(5): 225-235.   more...
Li, Z., D. Alessi, and L. Allen. 2002. Influence of Quaternary Ammonium on Sorption of Selected Metal Cations onto Clinoptilolite Zeolite. J. Environ. Qual. 31: 1106-1114.   more...
Li, Z., C. Willms, P. Zhang, and R.S. Bowman. 2002. Rate and Pathway Changes in PCE Dechlorination by Zero Valent Iron in the Presence of Cationic Surfactant. In A. R. Gavaskar and A. S. C. Chen (eds.) Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, Battelle Press, p. 2C-35.   more...
Schreiber M.E. and J.M. Bahr. 2002. Nitrate-enhanced bioremediation of BTEX-contaminated groundwater: Sparameter estimation from natural-gradient tracer experiments. J. Contam. Hydrol. 55: 29-56.  
Anderson, M. 2003. Photocatalytic Adsorption Media and Processes for Enhanced Removal of Arsenic from Groundwater. Groundwater Research Report WRI GRR 03-11. Madison: UW Water Resources Institute. Final_WR02R005.pdf  
Anderson, M.L., D.J. Hart, and D. Alumbaugh. 2003. Determination of Aquitard and Crystalline Bedrock Depth Using Time Domain Electromagnetics. Groundwater Research Report WRI GRR 03-06. Madison: UW Water Resources Institute. Final_WR02R006.pdf  
Bradbury, K.R. and J.D. Wilcox. 2003. Impacts of Privately Sewered Subdivisions on Groundwater Quality in Dane County. Groundwater Research Report WRI-GRR 03-03. Madison: UW Water Resources Institute. Final_WR01R006.pdf  
Browne, B.A.. 2003. A basin scale denitrification budget for a nitrate contaminated Wisconsin aquifer : A study at the groundwater/surface water interface. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 15 p. Final_WR00R004.pdf  
Browne, B.A. and N.M. Guldan. 2003. Monitoring and Scaling of Water Quality in the Tomorrow-Waupaca Watershed. Groundwater Research Report WRI GRR 03-09. Madison: UW Water Resources Institute. Final_WR01R010.pdf  
Cherkauer, D.S. and C.J. LaCosse. 2003. Causes of historical changes in groundwater recharge rates in Southeastern Wisconsin. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 17 p. Final_WR99R005.pdf  
Evangelista, F.S. and A.M. Pelayo. 2003. F Test for Natural Attenuation in Groundwater: Application on Benzene. Groundwater Research Report WRI GRR 03-10. Madison: UW Water Resources Institute. Final_WR02R004.pdf  
Evans, C.V. and Z. Li. 2003. Removal of Heavy Metals and Radionuclides from Soils Using Cationic Surfactant Flushing. Groundwater Research Report WRI GRR 03-04. Madison: UW Water Resources Institute. Final_WR01R007.pdf  
Gaffield, S J., T.W. Rayne, L. Wang, and K.R. Bradbury. 2003. Impacts of Land Use and Groundwater Flow on the Temperature of Wisconsin Trout Streams. Groundwater Research Report WRI GRR 03-05. Madison: UW Water Resources Institute. Final_WR01R005.pdf  
Hunt, Randall J. Investigation of changing hydrologic conditions in the Coon Creek watershed in the Driftless area of Wisconsin. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 16 p. Final_WR01R003.pdf  
Park, J.K. 2003. Removal of Arsenic in Groundwater Using Novel Mesoporous Sorbent. Groundwater Research Report WRI GRR 03-07. Madison: UW Water Resources Institute.16 p. Final_WR01R008.pdf  
Potter, K.W. 2003. Field Evaluation of Rain Gardens as a Method for Enhancing Groundwater Recharge. Groundwater Research Report WRI GRR 03-08. Madison: UW Water Resources Institute. Final_WR01R002.pdf  
Anderson, M.L. 2003. Use of the Time-Domain Electromagnetic Method for Determining the Presence and Depth of Aquitards. Master’s Thesis. University of Wisconsin. Available through MadCat   more...
Forshay, K.J. 2003. Nitrogen dynamics of floodplain water bodies following inundation on the Wisconsin River floodplain. M.S. Thesis. Dept. of Zoology, University of Wisconsin-Madison.  
Furreness, A. 2003. The Future of Rowan Creek Watershed: Connecting Land Use and Management with Water Quality. Madison: Gaylord Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Available through MadCat   more...
Gotkowitz, M.B., J.A. Simo, and M.E Schreiber. 2003. Geologic and geochemical controls on arsenic in groundwater in the northeastern Wisconsin, Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Open File Report 2003-01.   more...
Juckem, P.F. 2003. Spatial Patterns and Temporal Trends in Groundwater Recharge, Upper Coon Creek Watershed, Southwestern Wisconsin. Master of Science Thesis. Dept. of Geology and Geophysics. University of Wisconsin – Madison. 249 p. Available through MadCat   more...
Wilson, C. 2003. Microplasmas and Microdischarges for Manufacturing and Sensing Applications. Ph.D. Thesis. Electrical Engineering University of Wisconsin, Madison.   more...
Chu, L.L. 2003. Feedback-controllable 1D and 2D micropositioners using electrothermal actuators and capacitive displacement sensors. Ph.D. Dissertation. Electrical Engineering. University of Wisconsin-Madison.   more...
Wilcox, J.D. 2003. Variability of groundwater chemistry in an agricultural setting and implications for assessing impacts of land use change. University of Wisconsin-Madison. M.S. Thesis. 121 p.   more...
Babiarz, C.L., J.P. Hurley, D.P. Krabbenhoft, T.R. Trinko, M. Tate, S.P. Chadwick and D.E. Armstrong. 2003. A hypolimnetic mass balance of mercury from a dimictic lake: results from the METAALICUS project. Journal de Physique IV. 107:83-86.   more...
Babiarz C.L, J.P. Hurley, D.P. Krabbenhoft, C.C. Gilmour, and B.A. Branfireun. 2003. Application of ultrafiltration and stable isotope amendments to the partitioning of mercury in lake water and over land runoff. Science of the Total Environment. 304: 295-303.   more...
Jang, M., E.W. Shin, J.K. Park, and S.I. Choi. 2003. Mechanisms of Arsenate Adsorption by Highly-Ordered Nano-Structured Silicate Media Impregnated with Metal Oxides. Environ. Sci. Technol. 37: 5062-5070.   more...
Lowry, C.S., and Anderson, M.P. 2003. Assessment of aquifer storage recovery for a generic hydrogeologic setting in Wisconsin, in: Poeter, E., et al., editors, MODFLOW and More 2003 - Understanding through Modeling: Golden, Colo., pp. 824-828.  
Pelayo, A.M. and F.S. Evangelista. 2003. A Statistical F Test for the Natural Attenuation of Contaminants in Groundwater. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 83: 47-70.   more...
C.G. Wilson, Y.B. Gianchandani, R.R. Arslanbekov, V. Kolobov, A.E. Wendt. 2003. Profiling and Modeling of DC Nitrogen Microplasmas. Journal of Applied Physics, 94(5), pp. 2845-2851.   more...
Pint, C.D., R.J.Hunt, and M.P. Anderson. 2003. Flow Path Delineation and Ground Water Age, Allequash Basin, Wisconsin. Ground Water 41(7), 895-902.  
Schreiber, M.E., M.B. Gotkowitz, J.A. Simo and P.G. Freiberg, 2003, Mechanisms of arsenic release to groundwater from naturally occurring sources, Eastern Wisconsin. In Welch, A. and K. Stollenwerk eds., Arsenic in Groundwater, Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers: pp. 488.  
Anderson, M.P., and Lowry, C.S. 2004. An Assessment of aquifer storage recovery for selected representative hydrogeologic settings in Wisconsin. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin, Madson. 15 p. Final_WR03R005.pdf  
Bahr, J.M.; Gotkowitz, M.B., and Root, T.L. 2004. Arsenic Contamination in Southeast Wisconsin: Sources of Arsenic and Mechanisms of Arsenic Release. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 18 p. Final_WR02R003.pdf  
DeVita, W.M., and Dawson, M. 2004. Monitoring the effectiveness of phytoremediation and hydrogeologic response at an agricultural chemical facility. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 15 p. Final_WR02R001.pdf  
Skalbeck, J.D. 2004. Coupled modeling of gravity and aeromagnetic data for analysis of the Waukesha Fault, southeastern Wisconsin. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 17 p. Final_WR03R003.pdf  
Lee, E. 2004. Effects of pH and Competitive Adsorption ff Anions on the Uptake of Arsenate onto Activated Alumina and TiO2 Photocatalytic Oxidation of Arsenite. Ph.D. Thesis, Environmental Chemistry and Technology Program. University of Wisconsin-Madison.   more...
Lowry, C.S. 2004. Assessment of Aquifer Storage Recovery: Defining Hydraulic Controls on Recovery Efficiency at Three Representative Sites in Wisconsin, MS Thesis, Department of Geology and Geophysics: Madison, Wis. University of Wisconsin - Madison. Available through MadCat   more...
Babiarz, C. L., J. P. Hurley, D. P. Krabbenhoft, S. P. Chadwick, T. R. Trinko, and M. Tate. 2004. Towards a hypolimnetic mass balance of Hg in a dimictic lake: Early results from the METAALICUS project. RMZ Materials and Geoenvironment 51:778-782.  
Brander, K. E., K. E Owen and K. W. Potter. 2004. Modeled impacts of development type on runoff volume and infiltration performance, Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 40(4), 961-970,   more...
Browne, B.A. 2004. Pumping Induced Ebullition: A Unified and Simplified Method for Measuring Multiple Dissolved Gases. Environ. Sci. Technol. 38: 5729-5736.   more...
Dussaillant, A. R., C. Wu and K.W. Potter. 2004. Richards equation model of a rain garden, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, 9(3): 219-225.   more...
Gotkowitz, M.B., M.S. Schreiber, and J.A.Simo, 2004. Effects of water use on arsenic release to well water in a confined aquifer. Ground Water 42(4): 568-575.   more...
Hart, D.J. and C.T. Thomas. 2004. Using time-domain electromagnetics to map the transition of an aquifer to an aquitard, In Timms et al. (eds), 18th Annual SAGEEP Proceedings-Geoophysical Solutions for Today’s Challenges, 780-789 X-CD Technologies, Atlanta.  
Jang M., J.K. Park and E.W. Shin. 2004. Lanthanum functionalized highly ordered mesoporous media: implications of arsenate removal. Micropor. Mesopor. Mat. 75: 159-168.   more...
Kashian, D.R. 2004. Toxaphene detoxification and acclimation in Daphnia magna: do cytochrome P-450 enzymes play a role? Comp. Biochem. And Physiol. C-Toxicol. Pharmacol. 137 (1): 53-63.   more...
Kashian D.R. and S.I. Dodson. 2004. Effects of vertebrate hormones on development and sex determination in Daphnia magna. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 23 (5): 1282-1288.  
Li, Z. 2004. Cationic surfactant in mineral surface modification and its environmental application, in: Recent Research Developments in Surface & Colloids, Research Signpost, Kerala, India, pp. 79-95.  
Li, Z. 2004. Surfactant-enhanced oxidation of trichloroethylene by permanganate – proof of concept, Chemosphere 54:419-423.   more...
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Armstrong, D.E. 2005. Role of the hyporheic zone in methylmercury production and transport to Lake Superior. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 21p. Final_WR02R002.pdf  
Anderson, M.P. and M.D. Masbruch. 2005. Delineation of Flow Paths, Capture Zones, and Source Areas in Allequash Basin, Vilas County, Wisconsin. University of Wisconsin Water Resources Institute, Madison. 16p.  
Cherkauer, D.S. 2005. Providing Communities with the Ground Water Information Needed for Comprehensive Planning. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 11p. Final_WR03R007.pdf  
Eaton, T.T., and K.R. Bradbury. 2005. What happens when the confined Cambrian Ordovician aquifer in Southeastern Wisconsin begins to be dewatered? Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 19p. Final_WR03R004.pdf  
Klett, N., T. B. Edil, C. H. Benson and J. Connelly. 2005. Evaluation of Volatile Organic Compounds in Wisconsin Landfill Leachate and Lysimeter Samples. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 595p. Final_WR03R006.pdf  
LePain, D. L., K.R. Bradbury and M.K. Kobb. 2005. Hydrostratigraphy of West-Central Wisconsin: A new approach to groundwater management. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 11p. Final_WR04R006.pdf  
Li, Z. 2005. Combination of Surfactant Solubilization with Permanganate Oxidation for Groundwater Remediation. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 15p. Final_WR03R009.pdf  
Markham, L. 2005. Development of Tools to Address Groundwater in Comprehensive Planning. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 26p. Final_WR04R005.pdf  
Schauer, J.J., J. Olstadt, J. Standridge, S. Kluender. 2005. A Comparison of Ten USEPA-Approved Enzyme-Based Total Coliform/E. coli Tests for Microbiological Groundwater Monitoring and Laboratory Consultation. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 15p. Final_WR04R003.pdf  
Masbruch, M.D., 2005, Delineation of Source Areas and Characterization of Chemical Variability using Isotopes and Major Ion Chemistry, Allequash Basin, Wisconsin, MS Thesis, Department of Geology and Geophysics: Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin - Madison, 131 pp. Available through MadCat   more...
Meyer, M.H. 2005. Distributions of total and methyl mercury along flow paths in the Allequash, Creek Watershed area. M.S. Thesis University of Wisconsin-Madison, Environmental Chemistry & Technology Program. Available through MadCat   more...
Root, T.L. 2005. Arsenic in groundwater in southeastern Wisconsin: sources of arsenic and mechanisms of arsenic mobilization. Ph.D. thesis, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Geology and Geophysics. Available through MadCat   more...
Branfireun, B.A., D. P. Krabbenhoft, H. Hintelmann, R. J. Hunt, J. P. Hurley, and J.W.M. Rudd. 2005. The Transport and Speciation of Atmospheric Mercury in a Boreal Forest Wetland: A Stable Mercury Isotope Approach. Water Resources Research, v. 41, W06016, doi:10.1029/2004WR003219, 2005.   more...
Cherkauer, D.S. and S.A. Ansari, 2005. Estimating ground water recharge from topography, hydrogeology and land cover. Ground Water 43: 102-112.   more...
Cobb, M., D. LePain and K. Bradbury. 2005. Hydrostratigraphic Data Resources for West-Central Wisconsin. Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Open-File Report 2005-04.  
Forshay , K.J. and E.H. Stanley . 2005. Rapid nitrate loss and denitrification in a temperate river floodplain. Biogeochemistry 75: 43-64.   more...
Gao, J., Pedersen, J.A. 2005. Adsorption of sulfonamide antimicrobial agents to clay minerals. Environ. Sci. Tech. 39:9509-9516.   more...
Gu, C. and K.G Karthikeyan. 2005. Interaction of tetracycline with aluminum and iron hydrous oxides. Environ. Sci. Technol. 39:2660-2667.   more...
Gu, C. and K.G. Karthikeyan. 2005. Sorption of the antimicrobial ciprofloxacin to aluminum and iron hydrous oxides. Environ. Sci. Technol. 39: 9166-9173   more...
Li, Z., C.R. Reardon, and C.V. Evans. 2005. Desorption of lead and cesium from kaolinite and illite using cationic surfactants, in: Trends in Agriculture and Soil Pollution: New Research, Nova Science Publishers.  
Li, Z. and L. Gallus. 2005. Surface Configuration of Sorbed Hexadecyltrimethyl-ammonium on Kaolinite as Indicated by Surfactant and Counterion Sorption, Cation Desorption, and FTIR, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 264(1-3), 61-67.   more...
Namdar Ghanbari, R. and H.R. Bravo. 2005. Identification of Groundwater Discharge and Recharge Sites through Temperature Time Series. Hydrological Science and Technology 21, 1-4.  
Root, T.L., J.M. Bahr, and M.B. Gotkowitz, M.B. 2005. Controls on arsenic in groundwater in southeastern Wisconsin, in: Vlassopoulos, D.; Benning, L.; Meng, X., and O’Day, P., Advances in Arsenic Research, American Chemical Society Symposium Series.  
Atchison, D., K. Potter and L. Severson. 2006. Design Guidelines for Stormwater Bioretention Facilities. Madison: University of Wisconsin Water Resources Institute. 33p.   more...
Armstrong, D.E., C.L. Babiarz, M.M. Shafer and S.C. Kerr. 2006. Mercury Speciation Along a Groundwater Flowpath. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 20p. Final_WR04R001.pdf  
DeVita, W.M. and M. Dawson. 2006. Monitoring Environmental Effects at an Established Phytoremediation Site - Phase III. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 11p. Final_WR04R007.pdf  
Grundl, T., K. Bradbury, D. Feinstein, S. Friers and D. Hart. 2006. A Combined Hydrologic/Geochemical Investigation of Groundwater Conditions in the Waukesha County Area, WI. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 72p. Final_WR03R002.pdf  
Karthikeyan, K.G. and J.A. Pedersen. 2006. Fate of Representative Fluoroquinolone, Macrolide, Sulfonamide and Tetracycline Antibiotics In Subsurface Environments. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 17p. Final_WR03R008.pdf  
Metz, S.E. and C.H. Benson. 2006. Iron Foundry Slags for Removing Arsenic from Water. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 10p. Final_WR04R008.pdf  
Sonzogni, W., J. Hemming M, Barman and S. Geis, 2006. Occurrence of Estrogenic Endocrine Disruptors in Groundwater. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 13p. Final_WR04R004.pdf  
Chadwick , S.P. 2006. Fate and Transport of Ambient and Amended Mercury in a Stratified Temperate Lake. Ph.D. Thesis, Environmental Chemistry and Technology Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison.   more...
Eberhardt, M. 2006. Metals Leaching from Gray Iron Slags Used in Permeable Reactive Barriers. M.S. Thesis. Department Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison.  
Metz S. 2006. Using Gray Iron Slags for Treating Arsenic in Groundwater M.S. Thesis. University of Wisconsin-Madison Dept. of Geological Engineering.  
Chadwick, S.P., C.L. Babiarz, J.P. Hurley and D.E. Armstrong. 2006. Influences of iron, manganese, and dissolved organic carbon on the hypolimnetic cycling of amended mercury. Sci. Tot. Environ. 368 (1): 177-188.   more...
Dripps, W.R., Hunt, R.J., and Anderson, M.P. 2006. Estimating recharge rates with analytic element models and parameter estimation. Ground Water 44(1):47-55.   more...
Hart, D.J., K.R. Bradbury and D.T Feinstein. 2006, The vertical hydraulic conductivity of an aquitard at two spatial scales Ground Water. 44 (2): 201-211.   more...
Hunt, R.J., D.T. Feinstein, C.D. Pint and M.P. Anderson. 2006. The importance of diverse data types to calibrate a watershed model of the Trout Lake Basin, Northern Wisconsin, USA. J. Hydrol. 321(2006):28696.   more...
Li, Z. 2006. Chromate Transport through Surfactant-Modified Zeolite Columns, Ground Water Monit. Remedia., 26(3), 117-124.  
Li, Z., C.,Willms, J. Alley, P. Zhang, and R. S Bowman. 2006. A Shift in Pathway of Iron-Mediated Perchloroethylene Reduction in the Presence of Sorbed Surfactant - A Column Study, Water Res., 40(20) 3811-3819.   more...
Lowry, C.S. and M.P. Anderson. 2006. An Assessment of Aquifer Storage Recovery Using Ground Water Flow Models. Ground Water 4: 661–667.   more...
Lowry, C.S., M.P. Anderson and R.J. Hunt. 2006. Modeling groundwater flow and heat transport within a fen/stream complex. MODFLOW and More 2006: Managing ground water systems, IGWMC, Golden, CO.  
Muffels, C., M. Tonkin, H. Zhang, M. Anderson, T. Clemo. 2006. Application of LSQR to Calibration of a MODFLOW Model: A Synthetic Study. In, Managing Ground-Water Systems, International Ground Water Modeling Center, Colorado School of Mines Golden, Colorado Pages 283-287.  
Stoor, R.W., J.P. Hurley, C.L. Babiarz and D.E. Armstrong. 2006. Subsurface Sources of Methylmercury to Lake Superior from a Wetland-Forested Watershed. Sci. Total Environ. 368: 99-110.   more...
Swanson, S.K., K.R. Bradbury and D.J. Hart. 2007. Assessing the Ecological Status and Vulnerability of Springs in Wisconsin. Water Resources Institute, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 15p. plus appendices. Final_WR05R004.pdf  
Kerr, S. 2007. Trace Metal Cycling in a Northern Wisconsin Watershed. Ph.D. Thesis, Environmental Chemistry and Technology Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison.  
Namdar Ghanbari, R. 2007. Climate signals in groundwater and surface water systems: Spectral analysis of hydrologic processes. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Dept. of Civil Engineering and Mechanics.  
Hurley, J.P., D.P. Krabbenhoft, J.G. Wiener, and C.L. Babiarz. 2007. Preface to the Madison declaration and critical synthesis papers on mercury pollution - Eighth International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant Madison, Wisconsin, USA - 6-11 August 2006. Ambio. 36 (1): 2.  
Li, Z. and L. Gallus. 2007. Adsorption of Dodecyltrimethylammonium and Hexadecyltrimethylammonium onto Kaolinite – Competitive Sorption and Chain Length Effect. Appl. Clay Sci. 35(3-4) 250-257.   more...
Li, Z., R. Beachner*, Z. McManama*, and H. Hong. 2007. Sorption of Arsenic by Surfactant-Modified Zeolite and Kaolinite. Micropor. Mesopor. Mat., in press.   more...
Lowry, C., J.F. Walker, R.J. Hunt, M.P. Anderson. 2007. Identifying spatial variability of groundwater discharge in a wetland stream using a distributed temperature sensor Water Resources Research. In press.  
Metz, S. and C. Benson. 2007. Iron Foundry Slags as Permeable Reactive Barriers Materials for Removing Arsenic from Groundwater, Proceedings, GeoDenver, American Society of Civil Engineers, In Press.  
Namdar Ghanbari, R, H.R. Bravo, J.J. Magnuson, A.A. Tsonis, R.J. Hunt, D.T. Feinstein, W.G. Hyzer and B.J. Benson. 2007. Coherence between large scale climate signals, local climate, and ice cover duration of Lake Mendota, Wisconsin. J. Hydrology. In Press.  
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