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A field study (Massachusetts, USA) of the factors controlling the depth of groundwater flow systems in crystalline fractured-rock terrain. Hydrogeology Journal 18, 1839 - 1854 (2010).
Evidence for arsenic-mineralization in granitic basement rocks, Ayer Granodiorite, northeastern Massachusetts. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 42, 160 - 160 (2010).
Correlation of lineaments and bedrock fracture fabric; implications for regional fractured-bedrock aquifer studies, preliminary results from Georgetown, Maine. Ground Water Management 3, 283 - 297 (1990).
Fracture characterization; valuable inputs for modeling groundwater flow in fractured bedrock. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 28, 77 - 77 (1996).
A method of collecting and analyzing lineaments for regional-scale fractured-bedrock aquifer studies. Ground Water 32, 884 - 894 (1994).
Field mapping and fracture characterization techniques predict groundwater preferential flow paths in fractured bedrock aquifers, Nashoba Terrane, MA. AGU Fall Conference, 2005 86, 1477 (2005).
A method of estimating bulk potential permeability in fractured-rock aquifers using field-derived fracture data and type curves. Hydrogeology Journal 21, 357 - 369 (2013).
Fracture characterization of crystalline bedrock for groundwater investigations; an example from the Marlborough Quadrangle, Massachusetts. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 36, 113 - 113 (2004).