Molly Jackson

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[1] An in-depth Sr-Nd-Pb-He-Os isotope and trace element study of the EMII-defining Samoan hot spot lavas leads to a new working hypothesis for the origin of this high 87 Sr/ 86 Sr mantle end-member. Systematics of the Samoan fingerprint include (1) increasing 206 Pb/ 204 Pb with time-from 18.6 at the older, western volcanoes to 19.4 at the present-day hot(More)
The role of fire in shaping steep, forested landscapes depends on a suite of hydrologic, biologic, and geological characteristics, including the propensity for hydrophobic soil layers to promote runoff erosion during subsequent rainfall events. In the Oregon Coast Range, several studies postulate that fire primarily modulates sediment production via root(More)
Biofilm formation in drinking water distribution systems (DWDS) is influenced by the source water, the supply infrastructure and the operation of the system. A holistic approach was used to advance knowledge on the development of mixed species biofilms in situ, by using biofilm sampling devices installed in chlorinated networks. Key physico-chemical(More)
Early stage convection can be predicted using continuous Forecast Indices derived from microwave radiometer thermodynamic soundings. Prediction can be extended to regional scale using three-dimensional humidity mapping via combined GNSS0 F 1 and radiometer observations. We present radiometer observations preceding a catastrophic convective storm that struck(More)
Early stage convection has been detected in temperature and humidity parameters derived from ground-based microwave radiometer profiler observations. This capability can be extended to regional scales using combined GNSS 1 and radiometer data for three-dimensional humidity mapping. We present examples of radiometer-derived thermodynamic parameters during(More)
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