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Earth mantle Physics & Astronomy
mantle Earth & Environmental Sciences
stalagmite Earth & Environmental Sciences
speleothem Earth & Environmental Sciences
olivine Earth & Environmental Sciences
cave Earth & Environmental Sciences
Holocene Earth & Environmental Sciences
temperature Earth & Environmental Sciences

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Profiles

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Scott C Alexander

Person: Researcher

20022017
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Brian C Bagley

Person: Researcher

20072018
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Jake Bailey

Person: Faculty

20052020

Projects 1998 2024

Research Output 1967 2020

Effects of variable-density flow on the value-of-information of pressure and concentration data for aquifer characterization

Yoon, S., Lee, S., Williams, J. R. & Kang, P. K., Jan 2020, In : Advances in Water Resources. 135, 103468.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Impact of bloom events on dissolved organic matter fluorophore signatures in Ohio waters

Hipsher, C., Barker, J. D. & MacKay, A., Jan 10 2020, In : Science of the Total Environment. 699, 134003.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Fluorophores
dissolved organic matter
Biological materials
algal bloom
Water

Datasets

Delta Basin-2 Tidal Experiments (2016-2017)

Finotello, A., Lentsch, N., Paola, C., Data Repository for the University of Minnesota, 2018

Dataset

Topography, image, and flow model data for experimental density currents, St. Anthony Falls Laboratory, 2015-2017

Foreman, B. Z., Grimaud, J., Komatsu, Y., Lai, S. Y. J., Limaye, A. B., Paola, C., Data Repository for the University of Minnesota, 2018

Dataset

Optical micrographs of olivine + melt samples deformed in torsion

Kohlstedt, D. L., Qi, C., Data Repository for the University of Minnesota, 2018

Dataset

Press/Media

Spring in February: Why was this winter so warm? UMN experts weigh in.

Stefan Liess

2/27/17

1 item of Media coverage

Press/Media: Expert Comment