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27 Publications

2019

Using Seismic Refraction to Examine the Formation and Weathering Processes of the Critical Zone . Cole, Chad (2019): Bachelor of Science, Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University

2019

Characterising the Shallow Subsurface of the Critical Zone Using Seismic Refraction in the Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Grant, Joey (2019): Bachelor of Science, Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University

2019

Ground-truthing Subsurface Variations in Seismic Velocities and Electrical Resistivity using Outcrop Observations, Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Schuler, Nicholas (2019): Bachelor of Science, Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University

2018

The effect of cultivation on soil chemistry in the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Carpenter, Nathan (2018): Bachelor of Science, Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University

2018

Analysis of the Subsurface Structure of Swales in the Shale Hills Watershed Using Electrical Resistivity Tomography. Delisser, Terrance (2018): Bachelor of Science, Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University

2018

Surface and shallow subsurface nutrient transport within an agriculturally active central Pennsylvanian landscape. Forgeng, Mike (2018): Bachelor of Science, Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University

2018

Using S-wave Models to Image the Subsurface at Shale Hills Observatory. Miles, Robby (2018): Bachelor of Science, Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University

2018

Interdisciplinary Modeling for Sustainability: A Reflection on Hydrologic-Agricultural-Economic Modeling of Punjab, India. Nyblade, Maddy (2018): Bachelor of Science, Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University

2015

Assessing the Subsurface Geology of Garner Run Through the Relationship Between Seismic Velocity and Layer Density. Adira, Arvy (2015): Bachelor of Science, Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University

2015

Elucidating the Effects of Reservoir Filling on Watershed Hydrodynamics and Shallow Groundwater Chemistry in a Previously Impounded Lake . Cain, Molly (2015): Bachelor of Science, Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University

2015

Thick soil formation on Orthoquartzite since the Wisconsinan in Huntingdon County. Macdonald, Sara (2015): Senior Thesis, Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University

2015

Seismic Refraction for Subsurface Analysis of Garner Run. Wang, Eric (2015): Senior Thesis, Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University

2014

Reading Atmospheric and Biotic Influences in Soils: The relationship between soil gas and weathering properties in soils on granite and diabase. Davis, Reese (2014): Bachelor of Science, The Pennsylvania State University

2014

Investigating Pennsylvania Water Quality Impacts Due to Shale Gas Development. Shaub, Alexander (2014): Bachelor of Science, The Pennsylvania State University

2014

Impact of Oil and Gas Industry Wastewater on Water and Sediment Chemistry in One Stream in West-Central Pennsylvania. Snyder, Daniel (2014): Bachelor of Science, The Pennsylvania State University

2013

C, N, and Mn in Shale Soil Profiles along a Climate Gradient . Bingham, N (2013): Bachelor of Science, Pennsylvania State University.

2013

The Use of Water Sensors to Examine Water Chemistry Related to Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Development . Gorski, I (2013): Bachelor of Science, Pennsylvania State University.

2013

Characterizing the Recent Cenozoic Erosional History of the Appalachian Mountains through Spatial Variation in Stream Profile Metrics across the Allegheny Front. Neely, A (2013): Bachelor of Science, Pennsylvania State University.

2013

Rose Hill Shale Weathering Across a Climate Gradient in the Appalachian Mountains. Trowbridge, P (2013): Bachelor of Science, Pennsylvania State University

2012

Insight into the weathering of the Marcellus Shale through Sulfur and Carbon Analyses. Carone, A. (2012): Bachelor of Science, Pennsylvania State University, p. 72.

2012

Monitoring time‐lapse changes in soil moisture during artificial infiltration with geophysical methods: Field reports regarding surface reflection GPR, ground wave GPR, and time‐lapse ERT at Shale Hills CZO. Lichtner, D., Nyquist, J., Toran, L., Guo, L., and Lin, H. (2012): Bachelor of Science, Temple University

2011

A Quantitative Analysis of Deep Shale Weathering at the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Holleran, M.E. (2011): Bachelor of Science, Pennsylvania State University, p. 38

2011

Critical Zone Studies of Shale Weathering in Lares, Puerto Rico. Vázquez-Albelo, L. (2011): Bachelor of Science, University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez

2010

Clay Mineralogy, Geochemistry and Weathering Characteristics of Clinton Group Shales in Central New York . MacDonald, S. (2010): Bachelor of Arts Geology, Colgate University

2010

Clay mineral weathering in shales and soils in the critical zone. MACDONALD, S., APRIL, R.H. and KELLER. D.M. (2010): Goldschmidt

2010

Rates and Mechanisms of Soil Carbon Sequestration at the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory,. Mizsei, D., (2010): Bachelor of Science, Pennsylvania State University, p. 51.

2009

Characterizing the Lithologic Controls on Flow in the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory . Daniels, T. (2009): Bachelor of Science, Pennsylvania State University.