242 Advances in Surface Water–Groundwater Interactions: Investigations of Rivers, Lakes, and Wetlands

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Tuesday, 7 October 2008: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, 342BE

M. Bayani Cardenas , Audrey Hucks Sawyer and Brad D. Wolaver
8:00 AM
Exchange of TiO2 Nanoparticles Between Streams and Streambeds
Natalia Ticiana Boncagni, Instituto Tecnologico de Buenos Aires; Justo Manuel Otaegui, Instituto Tecnologico de Buenos Aires; Evelyn Warner, Instituto Tecnologico de Buenos Aires; Trisha Curran, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Jianhong Ren, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Maria Marta Fidalgo, Instituto Tecnologico de Buenos Aires
8:35 AM
Hyporheic Flow and Residence Time Distributions in Heterogeneous Cross-Bedded Sediment
Audrey Hucks Sawyer, UT-Austin; M. Bayani Cardenas, The University of Texas at Austin
8:50 AM
Effect of Particle Aggregation on the Exchange of Kaolinite Clay Colloids Between Streams and Streambeds
Trisha Curran, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Trachu Areepitak, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Jianhong Ren, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
9:05 AM
Effect of Lakebed Properties on Aquifer-Lake-Climate Interactions In Semi-Arid Environments and Shallow Saline Lakes In the Nebraska Sand Hills
Vitaly A. Zlotnik, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; John B. Ong, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
9:40 AM
Ra Isotopes as a Tool for Quantifying Saline Groundwater Flow into a Fresh Water Lake. A Case Study from the Sea of Galilee (Lake Kinneret), Israel
Hadas Raanan, Duke University; Avner Vengosh, Duke University; Adina Paytan; Ami Nishri, The Yigal Allon Kinneret Limnological Labratory; Zbigniew Kabala, Pratt School of Engineering
9:55 AM
Origin of Chloride in Wetlands, Lakes, and Rivers of the Michigan Lowlands
Matthew J. Parsons, Michigan State University; Nathaniel P. Saladin, Michigan State University; David Long, Michigan State University; Merideth L. Fitzpatrick, Michigan State University
10:10 AM
Identifying Possible Preferential Flow Paths and Biochemical Reactions Between Surface Water and Deep Ground Water through Stable Isotopic Analysis In a Large Circumboreal Peatland
Soumitri, Sarkar Dasgupta, Syracuse University; Donald I. Siegel, Syracuse Univ; Paul Glaser, University of Minnesota; Jeffrey Chanton, Florida State University
10:25 AM
Hydrologic Response of Catchments to Precipitation: Quantification of Mechanical Carriers and Origins of Water
Young-Jin Park, University of Waterloo; Edward Sudicky, University of Waterloo; Andrea E. Brookfield, University of Waterloo; Jon Paul Jones, University of Waterloo
11:00 AM
Application of Geochemical End-Member Mixing Analysis to Delineate Water Sources in a Lowland Watershed
C. Guinn Garrett, College of Charleston; Christopher L. Ginn, College of Charleston; Vijay Vulava, College of Charleston; Timothy J. Callahan, College of Charleston
11:30 AM
Insignificant Groundwater Discharge in a Fractured Rock Watershed
Tom Gleeson; Kent Novakowski, Queen's University; T. Kurt Kyser, Queen's University
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