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Impacts of Warming Winters on Recharge in a Seasonally Frozen Bedrock Aquifer
Under conditions of a changing climate, winters are predicted to be warmer and wetter in the northern hemisphere. Yet, the impacts of increasing midwinter snowmelt and rain-on-snow (ROS) events on groundwater recharge are ...
Groundwater Recharge, Flow and Stable Isotope Attenuation in Sedimentary and Crystalline Fractured Rocks: Spatiotemporal Monitoring from Multi-Level Wells
The complexities of fractured rock systems necessitate the use of multi-level monitoring wells for the measurement of isotopic tracers with depth. These methods, however, are rarely employed in groundwater flow studies, ...
Hydrogeologic and Climate Drivers of Water Isotopes in Fractured Rock: A Word of Caution for the Use of Groundwater Isoscapes in Humid Continental Settings
Time-discrete groundwater isoscapes are commonly used as a proxy for the weighted mean isotopic value of precipitation and to infer recharge processes. In fractured rock environments, however, the complete removal of ...