Maps, Data, Publications, and Resources
Evidence for arsenic-mineralization in granitic basement rocks, Ayer Granodiorite, northeastern Massachusetts. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 42, 160 - 160 (2010).
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).
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).
Fracture characterization; valuable inputs for modeling groundwater flow in fractured bedrock. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 28, 77 - 77 (1996).
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).
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).
A method of collecting and analyzing lineaments for regional-scale fractured-bedrock aquifer studies. Ground Water 32, 884 - 894 (1994).
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).