2021 journal article
Determination of vadose zone and saturated zone nitrate lag times using long-term groundwater monitoring data and statistical machine learning
HYDROLOGY AND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES, 25(2), 811–829.
By: M. Wells, T. Gilmore, N. Nelson, A. Mittelstet & J. Bohlke
Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substance (PFAS) Transport from Groundwater to Streams near a PFAS Manufacturing Facility in North Carolina, USA
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY.
By: M. Petre, D. Genereux, L. Koropeckyj-Cox, D. Knappe, S. Duboscq, T. Gilmore, Z. Hopkins
2016 journal article
A tube seepage meter for in situ measurement of seepage rate and groundwater sampling
Ground Water, 54(4), 588–595.
By: J. Solder, T. Gilmore, D. Genereux & D. Solomon
Gas-tracer experiment for evaluating the fate of methane in a coastal plain stream: Degassing versus in-stream oxidation
Environmental Science & Technology, 50(19), 10504–10511.
By: V. Heilweil, D. Solomon, T. Darrah, T. Gilmore & D. Genereux
Quantifying an aquifer nitrate budget and future nitrate discharge using field data from streambeds and well nests
Water Resources Research, 52(11), 9046–9065.
By: T. Gilmore, D. Genereux, D. Solomon, K. Farrell & H. Mitasova
2015 journal article
Evaluating an unconfined aquifer by analysis of age-dating tracers in stream water
Water Resources Research, 51(11), 8883–8899.
By: D. Solomon, T. Gilmore, J. Solder, B. Kimball & D. Genereux
2013 journal article
Source and magnitude of error in an inexpensive image-based water level measurement system
Journal of Hydrology, 496, 178–186.
By: T. Gilmore, F. Birgand & K. Chapman
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