Hydrogeo group

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Abstracts

  • Dixon, J.M., 2002, Contributions of local recharge at high discharge springs, Death Valley, California: Desert Research Institute Conference on Spring Fed Wetland, Las Vegas, Nevada, May 7-9, 20022002, Contributions of local recharge at high discharge springs, Death Valley, California: Desert Research Institute Conference on Spring Fed Wetland, Las Vegas, Nevada, May 7-9, 2002

  • Alford, D.E, Simmons, R.L., Dixon, J., Werle, J.L. Wellhead Protection Issues in Rural Eastern Nevada- Case Studies from Carlin And Lamoille, Nevada. Presented at 2002 Nevada Water Resources Conference.

  • Anderson, K.W., Nielsen, S.T., and Mayo, A.L., 2002, Sources and sinks of groundwater at high discharge springs, Death Valley, California: Geol. Soc. Am., Abs. w/program. v. 34, n. 4, p. A-56

  • Bates, B., June, N., Harper, K., Mayo, A.L., Tingey, D., and Vilhelm, Z., 2007, Preliminary chemical and isotopic analysis of groundwater systems in the northern Bohemian cretaceous Basin, Czech Republic: Geol. Soc. Am. Abs. w/Program, v 39, n. 5, p. 38.

  • Black, B.J., Morris, T.H., and Mayo, A.L., 2000, Fluid flow characterization of the Castlegate Sandstone: Interpretation of reservoir partitioning through permeability and porosity analysis, Southern Wasatch Plateau, Utah: American Association of Petroleum Geologist, Abstract w/programs, p. A14.

  • Bruthans, J., and Mayo., A.L., 2009, The extent of heat flow area of hydrothermal systems: Estimates from heat flow and radiocarbon ages: Geol. Soc., Am., programs w/abstracts, v. 41, n. 7, p. 217.

  • Bushman, M., McBride, J.H., Nelson, S.T., and Mayo, A.L., 2005, Preliminary results from a shallow, high-resolution seismic survey and potential field data filtering near Devil's Hole at Ash Meadow, Nevada: Geol. Soc. Am. Abs. w/Programs, v. 37, n. 7, p. 373

  • Carling, G.T., Mayo, A.L., and Tingey, D.G., 2007, Quantifying groundwater recharge in an arid environment, Pilot Valley, UT-NV: Geol. Soc. Am. Abs. w/Program, v 39, n. 5, p. 45.

  • Conception, C., Nelson, S.T., Mayo, A.L., Wagner, E., and Arndt, R., 2000, The potential for whirling disease transmission from irrigation water to a shallow aquifer: A case study from the Midway area, Utah: EOS, v. 81

  • Dutson, S., and Mayo. A.L., 2004, Effects of Hurricane Fault architecture on groundwater flow in Timpoweap Canyon of Southwestern Utah: Geological Society of America, Abs. w/programs, v. 36 n. 5.

  • Gillispie, G.M., Nelson, S.T., Mayo, A.L., Parks, E., 2007, Preliminary analysis of groundwater residence and aquifer segmentation in the central Great Basin: Geol. Soc. Am. Abs. w/Program, v 39, n. 5, p. 46.

  • Hart, R., Nelson, S.T., Mayo, A.L., Tingey, D., and Eggett, D., 2009, Isotopic evaluation of soil gas in Utah for a more accurate input variable in groundwater age determining models: Geol. Soc. Am., programs w/abstracts, v. 41, n. 6, p. 4.

  • Henderson, R.M., Mayo, A.L., and Tingey D.G., 2007, Solute chemistry and isotopic investigation of the groundwater flow paths in Honey lake Basin, Lassen County, California and Washoe county, Nevada: Geol. Soc. Am. Abs. w/Program, v 39, n. 5, p. 39.

  • Hess, L., and Mayo, A.L., 1992, Preliminary comparison of denitrification vs. aerobic bioremediation for petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated aquifers: Geol. Soc. Am. Abs. w/Programs, v. 24, n. 6, p. 18.

  • Holeman, L.S., Morris, T.H., and Mayo, A.L., 2000, The effect of parasequence geometry and facies architecture on reservoir portioning of the Star Point Sandstone, Wasatch Plateau, Utah: Geological Society of American, Abstracts w/programs, v. 32, n. 5.

  • Klauk, R.H., and Mayo, A.L., 1988, Contribution of aerosols and lake evaporation to the hydrogeochemistry of Antelope Island, Great Salt Lake, Utah: Geol. Soc. Am., Abs, w/Programs, v. 20, n. 7.

  • Koontz, W.A., and Mayo, A.L., 1999, Characterization of faults and related groundwater inflows at the West Elk Mine, Gunnisson County, CO: 1999 SME Annual Meeting, Technical Program, p. 107-108.

  • Loucks, M., Mayo, A.L., and Brimhall, W., 1989, Fault control of ground water flow in the Central Wasatch Mountains, UT: Geol. Soc. Am., Abs, w/Programs, v. 21, n. 5.

  • Mabey, M.A., Mayo, A.L., and Nelson, S.T., 2001, The application of geophysical methods in the remediation of a case of biologically contaminated shallow groundwater at the Midway, Utah fish hatchery: G2001 Annual Meeting Association of Engineering Geologist, v. 44, n.4, p. 67.

  • Mayo, 1985, The effect of δ13C variation on modeled radiocarbon ages: Geol. Soc. Am. Abs. w/Programs.

  • Mayo, A., Nelson, S. Anderson, K., and Tingey D., Are high discharge springs at Death Valley CA, the result of interbasin flow or local recharge: 2003, Geological society of America, Abs w/programs, v. 34, n. 7, p. 489.

  • Mayo, A.L, 1989, Consideration of ground water availability and regulatory constraints on the development of residential land use policies in arid regions: 28th Inter. Geol. Cong., Washington, D.C., July 9-19, p. 2-393.

  • Mayo, A.L, Bruthans, J., Tingey, D., McBride J., Radebaugh, J., and Wiggins, S., 2010, Pre-fluvial incipient bedrock channel development: preliminary investigation of the role of phreatic fracture flow and vadose weathering: Geological Society of America, Abs/w programs, v. 42, n. 5, paper 72-2.

  • Mayo, A.L., 1974, Ground water, the controlling factor determining the development potential of portions of the Peninsula Ranges of San Diego, County, CA: Geol. Soc. Am., Abs. w/Programs, v. 6, n. 3, p. 216-217.

  • Mayo, A.L., 1977, Ground water in the crystalline rock areas of San Diego County in Geologic hazards of San Diego County: San Diego Natural History Museum, p. 60-69.

  • Mayo, A.L., 1979, Development of a land use plan for San Diego County based on the availability of ground water: Geol. Soc. Am., Abs. w/Programs, v. 21, n. 5.

  • Mayo, A.L., 1983, A new flow model for the Boise geothermal system: Geol. Soc. Am., Abs. w/Programs, v. 15, p. 311.

  • Mayo, A.L., 1989, Origin of high PCO2 and low δ13C groundwater systems in the Cordilleran: Geol. Soc. Am. Abs. w/Programs, v. 21, n. 5.

  • Mayo, A.L., 1990, Hydrogeochemistry of Antelope Island ground water, Great Salt Lake, Utah: Geol. Soc. Am., Abs. w/Programs, v. 22, n. 6, p. 37.

  • Mayo, A.L., 1998, Groundwater investigations in the legal and regulatory environment: The Cambridge Institute Seminar on Water - Utah Rights in Conflict; Cambridge Institute, Vienna, VA, p. 4-1:4-4

  • Mayo, A.L., 2001, We've come a long way, but when are we going to understand hydrogeology, really?: 2001 International Conference, American Institute of Hydrology, October 14-17, 2001, p.28-29.

  • Mayo, A.L., 2002, Chemical and isotopic investigation of groundwater systems in the vicinity of the New Harmony Basin, Utah: Geol. Soc. Am., Abs. w/program. v. 34, n. 4, p. A-59.

  • Mayo, A.L., 2004, A new conceptual model: groundwater flow in stratified mountainous terrain: Geological Society of America, Abs. w/programs, v. 36 n. 5.

  • Mayo, A.L., 2008, Compartmentalization and fracture flow – Rollins Sandstone, Colorado: Geol. Soc. Am., programs w/abstracts, v. 40, n. 6

  • Mayo, A.L., 2008, Unconfined and deep confined aquifer interactions evaluated by isotopic techniques – San Luis Valley, Colorado: Geol. Soc., Am., programs w/abstracts, v. 40, n. 6.

  • Mayo, A.L., 2010, Well bore cross-aquifer contamination: International Association of Hydrogeologists, XXXVII Congress, September 12-17, Krakow, Poland, Extended Abstracts, p. 201.

  • Mayo, A.L., and Buck, B., 2010, Overview of stratigraphic and structural control of groundwater flow in the southeastern Idaho phosphate district: Geological Society of America, Abs/w programs, v. 42, n. 5, paper 232-6.

  • Mayo, A.L., and Christiansen, D.W., 1994, Solute and isotopic evidence for vertical stratification of ground water flow regimes in the upper 4,000 feet of the San Luis Valley, Colorado, Geol. Soc. Am., Abs, w/programs.

  • Mayo, A.L., and Koontz, W.A., 2000, Fault related groundwater inflows from the Rollins Sandstone, lower Mesa Verde Group, Colorado: 2000 SME Annual Meeting, Technical Program, p. 32.

  • Mayo, A.L., and Mitchell, J.C., 1988, Comparison of stable and unstable isotopic compositions from thermal ground waters in the southern Idaho Batholith and adjacent Snake River Plain: Geol. Soc. Am., Abs. w/Programs, v. 20, n. 6, p. 430.

  • Mayo, A.L., and Morris, T., 2004, Active and inactive groundwater flow systems: 32nd International Geological Congress, Florence Italy, August 20-28, 2004, Abstracts, pt. 1, p. 37-38.

  • Mayo, A.L., and Muller, A.B., 1987, Deep origin of CO2, in a shallow ground water system from the thermal decomposition of carbonate minerals beneath the Ute Pass Overthrust fault: Geol. Soc. Am., Abs. w/Programs, v. 19, n. 6, p. 429-430.

  • Mayo, A.L., and Rossitter, R.J., 1973, Hazards in the development of the San Diego River flood plain: Geol. Soc. Am., Abs. w/Programs, v. 4, n. 3, p. 195-196.

  • Mayo, A.L., Bruthans, J., Tingey, D., Kadlec, J., and Nelson, S.T., 2009, Observations regarding Wasatch fault vertical slip rates: Insights using the age of sediments in Timpanogos Cave, UT: Geol. Soc., Am., programs w/abstracts, v. 41, n. 6, p. 42.

  • Mayo, A.L., Carling, G., and Tingey, D., 2008, The rate and timing of direct mountain front recharge in an arid environment: 33rd International Geological Congress, Oslo, Norway

  • Mayo, A.L., Henderson, R.M., Tingey, D., and Webber, W., 2009, Impact of post-pluvial isostatic rebound on shallow groundwater chemical evolution in a closed basin: Geol. Soc. Am., programs w/abstracts, v. 41, n. 6, p. 5.

  • Mayo, A.L., Morris, T.H., Petersen, E.C., and Payne, K., 2000, he effects of large scale stratigraphic heterogeneity on groundwater flow in the Utah Coal District: 2000 SME Annual Meeting, Technical Program, p. 54.

  • Mayo, A.L., Morris, T.H., Petersen, E.C., and Payne, K., 2000, The effects of large scale stratigraphic heterogeneity on groundwater flow in the Utah Coal district: 2000 SME Annual Meeting, Technical Program, p. 54.

  • Mayo, A.L., Morris, T.H., Petersen, E.C., and Payne, K.L., 1997, Groundwater flow systems in the Utah Coal District: Proceedings Rocky Mountain Ground Water Conference, Boise, Idaho.

  • Mayo, A.L., Morris, T.H., Petersen, E.C., and Payne, K.L., 1999, Heterogeneity and groundwater flow in the Wasatch Plateau and Book Cliffs, Utah: Geological Society of America, 1999 Annual Meeting, Abstracts with programs, v. 31, n. 7. p. A148.

  • Mayo, A.L., Nelson, S., Noakes, J., Tingey, D., and Culp, R., 2003, Application of stable and radiogenic isotopic techniques to problems of surface and groundwater interactions in Proceedings of the 2003 Georgia Water Resources Conference: April 23-24, at the University of Georgia.

  • Mayo, A.L., Nelson, S.T., Durrant, C., and Tingey, D., 2007, Development of a free groundwater source in a hydrologically complex environment: International Association of Hydrogoelogists, XXXV IAH Congress, Lisbon, Portugal, 17-21 September 2007, p. 252-253.

  • Mayo, A.L., Nelson, S.T., Durrant, C., Tingey, D.G., and McBride, 2007, Mixed contributions of local and regional groundwater at the Midway Fish Hatchery water supply: J., Geol. Soc. Am. Abs. w/Program, v 39, n. 5, p. 46.

  • Mayo, A.L., Petersen, E.C., and Kravits, C., 1999, Chemical evolution of groundwater in a non-acid producing underground coal mine: 1999 SME Annual Meeting, Technical Program, p.170.

  • Mayo, A.L., Ritter, D., Bruthans, J., and Tingey, D., 2010, Preliminary analysis of nitrate laoding in the upper Elbe River basin, Czech Republic: Geological Society of America, Abs/w programs, v. 42, n. 5, paper 152-8.

  • Mayo, A.L., Schlegel, M., Nelson, S., and Tingey, D., 2009, A stable isotope record of paleoclimate of the Boise area, Idaho: Geol. Soc., Am., programs w/abstracts, v. 41, n. 7, p. 216.

  • Mayo, A.L., Schlegel, M., Nelson, S.T., and Tingey, D., 2008, Paleo-climate of the Boise area, Idaho (USA) from the last glacial maximum to the present based on groundwater 2H and 18O compositions, 33rd International Geological Congress, Oslo, Norway

  • Morris, T.H., and Mayo, A.L., 1999, Sedimentary and isotopic constraints for a regional hydrogeologic model of the Wasatch Plateau and Books, Cliffs, Utah: Geol. Soc. Am. Abstracts with programs.

  • Morris, T.H., and Mayo, A.L., 2000, Variety and hierarchal scale of hydrogeologic barriers and baffles in a stratified, heterolithic terrain, Wasatch Plateau, Utah: Geological Society of America, Abstracts w/programs.

  • Morris, T.H., Mayo, A.L., Bills, T.L., Black, B.J., and Holeman, L.S., 2001, Barriers, baffles, and bounding surfaces: Keys to understanding the hydrogeology of the coal-bearing Wasatch Plateau, Utah: Utah Geological Association, v. 33, n. 3, p.1-2.

  • Nelson S., Wood, M.J., Mayo, A., Tingey, D., 2003, Shoreline tufas of Pleistocene Lake Bonneville, Utah; what can be learned from such deposits: Geological society of America, Abs w/programs, v. 34, n. 7, p. 105

  • Nelson, S.T., and Mayo, A.L., 2008, Revealing patterns of enhanced fracture permeability and fluid flow in the footwall damage zone of an active normal fault: the Hurricane Fault at Pah Tempe Hot springs, Washington County, Utah: Geol. Soc. Am, Programs w/abstracts, v. 40, n 1.

  • Nelson, S.T., Carreon, C., and Mayo, A.L., 2000, Chemical and physical hydrology applied to potential transmission of Whirling Disease through shallow aquifer; a case study from the Midway area, Utah: Geological Society of America, Abstracts w/programs.

  • Nelson, S.T., Hart, R., and Mayo, A.L., 2008, Preliminary evaluation of d13C and CO2 concentration in soil gas in Utah based on constraining environmental variable for a more accurate and precise input parameter for groundwater model ages: Geol. Soc. Am, Programs w/abstracts, v. 40, n 1.

  • Nelson, S.T., Mayo, A.L., 2002, Interbasin flow revisited: The contribution of local recharge to high-discharge springs, Death Valley, CA: Geol. Soc. Am., Abs w. programs v. 34, n. 6

  • Nichols, M.D., and Mayo, A.L., 1997, Preliminary evaluation of heavy-metal contamination of the shallow aquifer of the Mezquital Valley, Hidalgo, Mexico: II Convencion Sobre La Evolution Geologica de Mexico y Recursos Associados, Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico, Resumenes, p. 49.

  • Nielsen, P.J., and Mayo, A.L., 1989, Production of acid mine drainage in the Park City , Alta, American Fork, Brighton mining Districts, Wasatch Mountains, UT: Geol. Soc. Am., Abs. w/Programs, v. 21, n. 5.

  • Petersen E.C., Mayo, A.L., and Forster, C.B., 1992, Chemical evolution of ground water in the Pilot Valley area, UT-NV and some implications to ground water flow: Geol. Soc. Am., Abs. w/Programs, v. 24, n. 6, p. 57.

  • Schaffner, I.R., Lee, Y., Holdaway, B.H., Seeley R., Mayo, A.L., and Borup, M.B., 1990, Bacterial pore-clogging as a primary factor limiting the enhanced biodegradation of highly contaminated aquifers in Proceedings petroleum hydrocarbons and organic chemicals in ground water: prevention, detection, and restoration: Am. Assoc. Groundwater Sci. and Eng. and Am. Petrol. Inst., Houston, Texas, p. 401-415.

  • South, J. V., McBride, J. H., Mayo, A., and Nelson, S., 2005, A structural-hydrologic model of a freshwater-brine system from integrating high-resolution seismic reflection profiles and hydrogeology in Pilot Valley, Utah,: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 37, No. 6, p. 4.

  • Tingey, D., Mayo, A.L., and Nielson, S.T., 2002, Recharge of a fresh water-brine groundwater system, Pilot Valley, Utah-Nevada: Geol. Soc. Am., Abs. w/program. v. 34, n. 4, p. A-56.

  • Titus, T., and Mayo, A.L., 1997, Trace metal contamination of agricultural soils afdter irrigation with sewage effluent in Mezquital Valley, Hidalgo, Mexico: II Convencion Sobre La Evolution Geologica de Mexico y Recursos Associados, Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico, Resumenes, p. 79.

  • Webber, W., and Mayo, A.L., 1992, Evaluation of factors contributing to the salinization of shallow ground water in Honey Lake Basin, CA-NV: Geol. Soc. Am., Abs. w/Programs, v. 24, n. 6 p. 68.

  • Zentner, M., Nelson, S.T., and Mayo, A.L., 2000, The timing of groundwater recharge in Mountainous Aquifer: A preliminary study from the Wasatch Plateau of Utah: EOS v. 81.