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Papers

  • Anderson, K., Nelson, S., Mayo, A., and Tingey, D.G., 2006, Interbasin flow revisited: the contribution of local recharge to high-discharge springs, Death Valley, CA: Journal of Hydrology, v.323, p. 276-302.

  • Anderson, S.D., Cosper, K.B., Buck B.W., Lemon, A.M., and Mayo, A.L., 2004, Not all contamination comes from mining operations: 2004 Tailings and Waste Conference, Vail Colorado, October 10-13, p. 415-425.

  • Catteon-Diazconti, C., Nelson, S.T., and Mayo, A.L., 2003: The geohydrology of the Midway area, Utah, U.S.A., with emphasis on subsurface mixing of end member waters and the potential for transmission of whirling disease by irrigation recharge: Journal of Hydrology, v. 273, p. 119-138.

  • Dixon, J.M, Draa, A.C. Pugliese, R. GIS Tools For Evaluating Safe Basin Yield. Presented at the Groundwater Resources Association of California, Joint Workshop, September, 2005 (poster, proceedings).

  • Dixon, J.M. GIS Applications in Hydrogeology. Bi-Annual American Public Works, Nevada Chapter, Fall 2005 Conference, Tahoe, Nevada.

  • Dixon, J.M. and Willer, R. Ely Energy Center- Water Resources Development. Annual American Public Works, Nevada Chapter, Fall 2006 Conference, Tahoe, Nevada.

  • Dixon, J.M. Evaluation of Unsaturated Flow Models in an Arid Climate, University of Nevada Las Vegas & U.S. Department of Energy, 1999.

  • Dixon, J.M. Update on Water Resources Development for the Ely Energy Center. Bi-Annual American Public Works, Nevada Chapter, Fall 2009 Conference, Tahoe, Nevada.

  • Dixon, J.M. Water For Energy- Determining How Much Is Available. 2009 EUEC Energy and Environment, 12th Annual Conference. Phoenix, AZ February 2009.

  • Dixon, J.M., Johnson, M., et, al. Well Design, Construction & Rehabilitation. Nevada Water Resources Association, Course Manual. June 2010.

  • Dixon, J.M., Levitt, D.G., Rawlinson, S.E. Alternative Site Technology Deployment- Monitoring System for the U-3ax/bl Disposal Unit at the Nevada Test, published in proceedings for the 36th Annual Engineering Geology and Geotechnical Engineering Symposium: Soil and Water Issues for the Arid West.

  • Levitt, D.L. and J.M. Dixon. The Influence of Climate and Vegetation as Factors for Waste Cover Design. Published in the proceedings from the Vadose Zone Monitoring Workshop, Las Vegas, NV, 1998.

  • Luthi, A., Harris, R., Mayo, A.L., and Koontz, W., 2002, Structural controls of hydrodynamic anisotropy in the West Elk Mine Region, Western Colorado, USA: Environmental and Engineering Geosciences, v. 8, p. 93-102

  • Mayo, A.L., 1973, Flood hazards in the San Diego River Basin in Studies of the Geology and geologic hazards of the greater San Diego area: Assoc. San Diego Geol., p. 119-123.

  • Mayo, A.L., 2010, Ambient well bore and aquifer mixing, pumping stress, and water quality in long-screened wells: what is sampled and what is not?: Hydrogeology Journal, v. 18, p. 823-837, DOI 10.1007/s10040-009-0568-2

  • Mayo, A.L., and Klauk, 2000, Hydrogeology of Antelope Island, Great Salt Lake, Utah in King, J.K., and Willis, G.C., editors, The geology of Antelope Island, Davis County, Utah: Utah Geological Survey Miscellaneous Publication 00-1, p. 135-150. (Reprinted from Journal of Hydrology)

  • Mayo, A.L., and Klauk, R., 1991, Contributions to the solute and isotopic ground water geochemistry, Antelope Island, Great Salt Lake, Utah: Journal of Hydrology, v. 127, p. 307-335.

  • Mayo, A.L., and Koontz, W., 2000, Fracture flow and groundwater compartmentalization in the Rollins Sandstone, lower Mesaverde Group, Colorado, USA: Hydrogeology Journal, v. 8, n. 4, p. 430-446.

  • Mayo, A.L., and Loucks, M., 1992, Ground water flow systems in the Central Wasatch Range, Utah: Utah Department of Natural Resources, Contract Report p. 92-6, 81

  • Mayo, A.L., and Lucks, M.D., 1995, Solute and isotopic geochemistry and ground water flow in the central Wasatch Range, Utah: Journal of Hydrology, v. 172, p. 31-59.

  • Mayo, A.L., and Morris, T.H., 2000, Conceptual model of groundwater flow in stratified mountainous terrain, Utah, USA in Groundwater: Past achievements and future challenges, Sililo, O, ed: Proceedings of the XXX International Association of Hydrogeologist (IAH) Congress on Groundwater, Cape Town South Africa, p. 225-229.

  • Mayo, A.L., and Muller, A.B., 1997, Contributions of external CO2 gas to a shallow groundwater system: Journal of Hydrology, v. 194, p. 286-304.

  • Mayo, A.L., and Slosson, J.E., 1992, The application of ground-water flow models as predictive tools - A review of two ground water models in eastern Honey Lake Valley, California-Nevada: Assoc. Eng. Geol. Bul., v. XXIX, n. 2, p. 151-163.

  • Mayo, A.L., and Webber W., 1991, Preliminary evaluation of the factors contributing to the spatial and temporal water quality variation in Stage 3 - Closed Basin Project Salvage Wells, San Luis Valley, Colorado: Technical completion report U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and Rio Grande Water Conservation District.

  • Mayo, A.L., Bruthans, J., Kradlec, J., and Tingey, D., 2009, Insights into Wasatch fault vertical slip rates using the age of sediments in Timpanogos Cave, Utah: Quaternary Research, v. 72, p. 275-283.

  • Mayo, A.L., Davey, A., and Christiansen, D., 2007, Groundwater flow patterns in the San Luis Valley, Colorado, USA, revisited: An evaluation of solute and isotopic data; Hydrogeology Journal, v. 15, n. 2, p. 383-408.

  • Mayo, A.L., Henderson, R., and Tingey, D., 2010, Chemical evolution of shallow playa groundwater in response to post-pluvial isostatic rebound, Honey Lake Basin, California-Nevada, USA: Hydrogeology Journal, v 18, p. 725-747.

  • Mayo, A.L., Morris, T.H., Peltier, S., Petersen, E.C., Payne, K., Holman, L.S., Fogel, T., Black, B.J., and Gibbs, T.D., 2003, Active and inactive groundwater flow systems: evidence from stratified mountainous terrain: Bulletin Geological Society of America, v. 115, n. 12. p. 1456-1472.

  • Mayo, A.L., Muller, A.B., and Mitchell, J., 1984, Geochemical and isotopic investigations of the thermal water occurrences in the Boise Front geothermal system, Ada County, Idaho:, Idaho Department of Water Resources, Water Info. Bull. n. 30, pt. 14, 55 p.

  • Mayo, A.L., Muller, A.B., and Ralston, D.R., 1985, Hydrogeochemistry of the Meade thrust allochthon southeastern Idaho, and its relevance to the stratigraphic and structural groundwater flow control: Journal of Hydrology, v. 76, n. 1/2, p. 27-61.

  • Mayo, A.L., Nelson, S., Herron, D.A., Tingey, D., and Tranel, M.J., 2000, Geology and Hydrogeology of Timpanogos Cave National Monument, Utah in The Geology of Utah's Parks and Monuments, Sprinkel, D.A., Chidsey, T.C. Jr., and Anderson, P.B. editors: Utah Geological Association Publication 28, p 363-377.

  • Mayo, A.L., Nelson, S., Herron, D.A., Tingey, D., Tranel, M.J. and Bruthans, J, 2010, Geology and Hydrogeology of Timpanogos Cave National Monument, Utah, Geology, Hydrogeology and Implications to Movement of the Wasatch Fault  in The Geology of Utah's Parks and Monuments, 3rd edition, Sprinkel, D.A., Chidsey, T.C. Jr., and Anderson, P.B. editors: Utah Geological Association Publication 28, p. 271-285.

  • Mayo, A.L., Nelson, S., Tingey, D., Dutson, S., and Harris, R., 2003, Flux-induced solution weathering in a large displacement fault damage zone in International Conference on Groundwater in Fracture Rocks, proceedings, Krasny J., Hrkal, Z, and Bruthans, J., ed.: IHP-VI, Series on Groundwater No. 7, Prague, Czech Republic, p. 75-76.

  • Mayo, A.L., Nelson, S.T., McBride, J.H., Durrant, C., and Tingey, D., in review, Understanding inverted hydrochemical gradients: A case study at midway, Utah, USA employing geophysics, geochemistry, and hydrostratigraphy: Hydrogeological Sciences Journal

  • Mayo, A.L., Nielsen, P., Loucks, M.D., and Brimhall, W., 1992, Hydrogeochemistry of the Meade thrust allochthon southeastern Idaho, and its relevance to the stratigraphic and structural groundwater flow control: Journal of Hydrology, v. 76, n. 1/2, p. 27-61.

  • Mayo, A.L., Muller, A.B., and Ralston, D.R., 1985, Use of solute and isotopic chemistry to identify the factors which limit acid mine drainage in the Wasatch Range, Utah: Groundwater, v. 30 n. 2, p. 243-249.

  • Mayo, A.L., Petersen, E.C., and Kravits, C., 2000, Chemical evolution of coal mine drainage in a non-acid producing environment, Wasatch Plateau, UT: Journal of Hydrology v. 236, n. 1-2, p. 1-16.

  • Mayo, A.L., Shrum, D.B., and Chidsey, T.C., Jr., 1991, Factors contributing to the exsolving carbon dioxide in ground water systems in the Colorado Plateau in T.C. Chidsey, Jr., Ed. Geology of East Central Utah: Utah Geol. Assoc, Pub. 19, p. 335-339.

  • Mayo. A.L., 1990, A 300 year-water supply requirement - One County's approach: Journal of the American Planning Association, Spring 1990, p. 197-208.

  • 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.

  • Muller, A.B., and Mayo, A.L., 1983, Ground-water circulation in the Meade thrust allochthon evaluated by radiocarbon techniques: Radiocarbon, v. 25, n. 2, p. 357-372.

  • Muller, A.B., and Mayo, A.L., 1986, δ13C variation in limestone on an aquifer wide scale and its effects on groundwater 14C dating models: Radiocarbon, v. 28, n. 34, p. 1041-1054.

  • Nelson, S.T., Anderson, K., and Mayo, A.L., 2005, Reply to Winograd et al., comment on "Testing the interbasin flow hypothesis at Death Valley, California": EOS, v. 86, n. 32, p. 296.

  • Nelson, S.T., Anderson, K.W., and Mayo, A.L., 2004, Testing the interbasin flow hypothesis at Death Valley, CA, USA: EOS, v. 85, n. 37, p. 349-356.

  • Nelson, S.T., Mayo, A.L., Gilfillan, S., Dutson, S.J., Harris, R.A., Shipton, Z.K., and Tingey, D.G., 2009, Enhanced fracture permeability and accompanying fluid flow in the footwall of a normal fault: The Hurricane fault at Pah Tempe hot springs, Washington, County, Utah: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 121, n. 1-2, p. 236-246.

  • Nelson, S.T., Wood, J., Mayo, A.L., Tingey, D.G., and Eggett, D.L., 2005, Shoreline Tufa and Tufaglomerate from Pleistocene Lake Bonneville, Utah, USA: Stable isotopic and mineralogical records of lake conditions, processes, and climate: Journal of Quaternary Science, v. 20 p. 3-19.

  • Nielsen, P.J., and Mayo A.L., 1989, Chemical and isotopic investigation of the cause of acid and neutral mine discharges in the central Wasatch Range, Utah: Utah Geol. Assoc. Pub. 17, p. 121-134.

  • Parks, E.M., McBride, J.H., Nelson, S.T., Tingey, D.G., Mayo, A.L., Guthrie, W.S., and, Hoopes, J.C., 2011, comparing electromagnetic and seismic geophysical methods: Estimating the depth to water in geological simples and complex arid environments: Engineering Geology

  • Ralston, D.R., and Mayo, A.L., 1980, Utilization of regional ground water flow systems to aid dewatering in phosphate mining: Idaho Mining Mineral Res. Inst. Report, 51 p.

  • Ralston, D.R., Mayo, A.L., Arrigo, J.L., Baglio, J.V., Coleman, L.M., Hubbell, J.M., and Souder, K., 1981, Geothermal evaluation of the thrust zone in southeastern Idaho: Research Technical Report, Idaho Water Energy Res. Inst., 110 p.

  • Schlegel, M.E., Mayo, A.L., Nelson, S.T., Tingey, D., Eggett, D., and Henderson, R., 2009, Paleo-climate of the Boise area, Idaho from the last glacial maximum to the present based on groundwater 2H and 18O compositions: Quaternary Research, v 71, p. 172-180.

  • Tranel, M. A., Mayo A.L., Jensen, T.M., 1992, Preliminary investigation of the hydrogeology and hydrogeochemistry at Timpanogos Cave, Timpanogos Cave National Monument, Utah, in proceedings 1991 National Cave Management Symposium, Bowling Green, Kentucky, Oct. 23-26, 1991: Am. Cave Cons. Assoc., p. 162-176.