Maps, Data, Publications, and Resources
Characterizing fractured crystalline bedrock aquifers using hydrostructural domains in the Nashoba Terrane, eastern Massachusetts. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 38, 25 - 25 (2006).
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).
The Nashoba Terrane: A new tectonostratigraphy and shared structural styles with the Merrimack belt in Massachusetts. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 47, 42 (2015).
A new way of looking at, and mapping, bedrock; the hydrostructural domain map of the Ayer Quadrangle, northeastern Massachusetts. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 38, 166 - 166 (2006).
A structural framework for the Nashoba Terrane in eastern Massachusetts. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 45, 107 (2013).
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).
Influence of rock fabric on fracture attribute distribution and implications for groundwater flow in the Nashoba Terrane, eastern Massachusetts. Journal of Structural Geology 30, 464 - 477 (2008).
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).
[Draft] Preliminary bedrock geologic map of the South Groveland quadrangle, Massachusetts. Open-File Report (2005).
[Draft]Preliminary bedrock geologic map of the Reading quadrangle, Massachusetts. Open-File Report (2005).
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