Mirror Lake, NH, Research SiteFind out more about USGS Toxic Substances Hydrology Program research at the Mirror Lake, NH site.
|The effect of terrace geology on ground-water movement and on the interaction of ground water and surface water on a mountainside near Mirror Lake, New Hampshire, USA : Hydrological Processes journal, Winter & others 2008.||Characterizing a ground water basin in a New England mountain and valley terrain: Ground Water journal, Tiedeman & others 1998.|
|Simulating Contaminant Attenuation, Double-Porosity Exchange, and Water Age in Aquifers using MOC3D : USGS Fact Sheet FS-086-99||CFC's in the Unsaturated Zone and in Shallow Ground Water at Mirror Lake, New Hampshire: Proceedings Paper, 1999 USGS Toxic Substances Hydrology Program Meeting.|
|Modifications to the Solute-Transport Model MOC3D for Simple Reactions, Double Porosity, and Age, with Application at Mirror Lake, New Hampshire, and Other Sites: Proceedings Paper, 1999 USGS Toxic Substances Hydrology Program Meeting.||Ground-Water Age and Atmospheric Tracers: Simulation Studies and Analysis of Field Data from the Mirror Lake Site, New Hampshire: Princeton Ph.D. thesis 1998.|
|CFC Degradation under Anaerobic Water Table Conditions in Glacial Drift at Mirror Lake New Hampshire: GSA 1997 Annual Meeting Abstract.||
CFC Transport to and Degradation Near a Shallow
Water Table, Mirror Lake Area, Grafton County, New Hampshire:
AGU 1997 Spring Meeting Abstract.
|Numerical simulation of ground-water flow through glacial deposits and crystalline bedrock in the Mirror Lake area, Grafton County, New Hampshire: USGS Professional Paper 1572.||Concentration History during Pumping from a Leaky Aquifer with Stratified Initial Concentration: ASCE 1993 Hydraulic Engineering Conference Reprint.|