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Aerial infrared imaging reveals large nutrient‐rich groundwater inputs to the ocean
[1] Regional high-resolution (0.1°C, 0.5 m) low-altitude thermal infrared imagery (TIR) reveals the exact input locations and fine-scale mixing structure of massive, cool groundwaters that dischargeExpand
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Radon and radium isotopes as tracers of submarine groundwater discharge – Results from the Ubatuba, Brazil SGD assessment intercomparison
Abstract We determined groundwater flow rates shortly after the wet season into an embayment near Ubatuba, Brazil as part of an international intercomparison experiment for submarine groundwaterExpand
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Evaluating groundwater discharge to tidal rivers based on a Rn-222 time-series approach
Abstract The natural flux of groundwater into coastal water bodies has recently been shown to contribute significant quantities of nutrients and trace metals to the coastal ocean. GroundwaterExpand
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Quantification of point-source groundwater discharges to the ocean from the shoreline of the Big Island, Hawaii
Aerial thermal infrared imaging has revealed that submarine groundwater discharge (SGD) along the western coast of the Big Island of Hawaii is often focused as point-source discharges that createExpand
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A multi-detector continuous monitor for assessment of 222Rn in the coastal ocean
SummaryRadon-222 is a good natural tracer of groundwater discharge and other physical processes in the coastal ocean. Unfortunately, its usefulness is limited by theExpand
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Use of automated radon measurements for rapid assessment of groundwater flow into Florida streams
Summary Naturally occurring 222Rn (radon; t1/2 = 3.8 days) is a good natural tracer of groundwater discharge because it is conservative and typically 2–3 orders of magnitude higher in groundwaterExpand
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Radon and radium isotope assessment of submarine groundwater discharge in the Yellow River delta, China
[1] Naturally occurring chemical tracers were used to assess the magnitude of submarine groundwater discharge (SGD) during two different sampling periods at a coastal site south of the Yellow RiverExpand
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Combined time‐series resistivity and geochemical tracer techniques to examine submarine groundwater discharge at Dor Beach, Israel
[1] A high-resolution, stationary geophysical and geochemical survey was conducted at Dor Beach, Israel, to examine the shallow coastal hydrogeology and its control on the exchange of submarineExpand
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Extended time series measurements of submarine groundwater discharge tracers (222Rn and CH4) at a coastal site in Florida
article i nfo We report the results of an experiment in which we measured 222 Rn (15,000 observations), CH4 (40,000 observations), and associated variables in seawater nearly continuously at aExpand
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Land or ocean? assessing the driving forces of submarine groundwater discharge at a coastal site in the Gulf of Mexico
[1] Submarine groundwater discharge (SGD) is an important pathway of trace element and nutrient cycling in the coastal ocean. Since terrestrial and marine SGD driving forces are usually superimposed,Expand
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