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Use of Radon-222 and Calcium as Tracers in a Three-End-Member Mixing Model for Streamflow Generation on the West Fork of Walker Branch Watershed
Validation of Stochastic Flow and Transport Models for Unsaturated Soils: Field Study and Preliminary Results
Modeling the Response of Freshwater Mussels to Changes in Water Temperature, Habitat, and Streamflow
North American freshwater mussels are in serious decline as a result of pollution and habitat destruction from human activities. In addition, many mussel species are living in habitats that push the upper limits of their heat tolerance, which may become problematic as the climate and, as a result, water temperatures warm. As part of this project, we created a set of models to predict how freshwater mussels would respond to climate change effects. Our primary objective was to help federal and state natural resource managers forecast how mussel species will respond to climate change over the next 30 to 50 years, so that managers can develop appropriate adaptation strategies to address these changes. Additionally,...
Isotopic Investigation of Groundwater in the Central San Juan Basin, New Mexico: Carbon 14 Dating as a Basis for Numerical Flow Modeling
Simulation of Ground-Water Flow in the Mesilla Basin, Dona Ana County, New Mexico, and El Paso County, Texas (Supplement to Open-File Report 88-305)