EKU Faculty and Staff Scholarship

The EKU Faculty and Staff Scholarship series houses works from Eastern Kentucky University faculty and staff members, including article pre-prints, presentations, posters, and other types of scholarship. In cases where the full text cannot be posted due to copyright, the citation will be included with a link to the full text when possible. Books written or edited by Eastern Kentucky University faculty and staff are highlighted in our Faculty and Staff Books Gallery.

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Submissions from 2008

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Large-scale alkalic magmatism associated with the Buckhorn caldera, Trans-Pecos Texas, USA: Comparison with Pantelleria, Italy., Don Parker and John C. White

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Seasonal changes in a eutrophic lake, Wilgreen Lake, Madison County, Kentucky, Richard D. Stockwell and Walter S. Borowski

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Seasonal changes in a eutrophic lake (Wilgreen Lake, Madison County, Kentucky) from summer stratification through fall turnover, Richard D. Stockwell and Walter S. Borowski

Submissions from 2007

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Fecal microbe distribution and abundance used as a possible proxy for nutrient source identification in eutrophic Wilgreen Lake, Madison County, Kentucky, Theresa A. Aguiar and Walter S. Borowski

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Preliminary results of a fecal microbe survey in an eutrophic lake, Wilgreen Lake, Madison County, Kentucky, Walter S. Borowski and Michael S. Albright

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Sulfur geochemistry and diagenesis in a gas hydrate terrane, Cascadia margin, offshore Oregon: Role of anaerobic methane oxidation, David Deigert and Walter S. Borowski

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Dynamics of a eutrophic lake (Wilgreen Lake, Madison County, Kentucky): A first step in cleansing a lake system impaired by nutrient loading, Erin C. Jolly and Walter S. Borowski

Preliminary physical and chemical characteristic of a eutrophic lake, Wilgreen Lake, Madison County, Kentucky, Erin C. Jolly and Walter S. Borowski

Dynamics of a eutrophic lake (Wilgreen Lake, Madison County, Kentucky): A first step in cleansing a lake system impaired by nutrient loading, Erin C. Jolly, Jill Hunter, David Deigert, Walter S. Borowski, Alice Jones, and Danita LaSage

Submissions from 2006

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Data Report: Dissolved sulfide concentration and sulfur isotopic composition of sulfide and sulfate in pore waters, ODP Leg 204, Hydrate Ridge and vicinity, Cascadia margin, offshore Oregon, Walter S. Borowski

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Student poster presentations as a venue for personal and professional growth, Walter S. Borowski

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Student publications and presentations in science – Writing the abstract as a model in teaching scientific writing, Walter S. Borowski

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Preliminary results of a nutrient source study in Wilgreen Lake, Madison County, Kentucky, Walter S. Borowski and Erin C. Jolly

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A geologic record of competing sulfate-depletion processes within continental-rise sediments overlying methane gas hydrates of the Blake Ridge region (continental rise, offshore southeastern United States), Walter S. Borowski, Kathryn G. Takacs, and Matthew K. Thompson

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A preliminary study of sulfide mineral formation in methane-rich, marine sediments associated with anaerobic methane oxidation, Cascadia continental margin, offshore Oregon, David Deigert and Walter S. Borowski

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Application of the QUIlF thermobarometer to the peralkaline trachytes and pantellerites of the Eburru volcanic complex, East African Rift, Kenya., MInghua Ren, Peter Omenda, Elizabeth Y. Anthony, John C. White, Ray Macdonald, and D K. Bailey

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A preliminary comparison of the sulfur geochemistry between two gas hydrate terranes, Michael D. Spicer and Walter S. Borowski

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Petrogenesis and tectonic setting of the peralkaline Pine Canyon caldera, Trans-Pecos Texas, USA., John C. White, Christian S. Benker, Minghua Ren, Kevin M. Urbanczyk, and Don W. Corrick

Submissions from 2005

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A geologic record of methane consumption associated with methane gas hydrates at Blake Ridge region (continental rise, offshore southeastern United States), Walter S. Borowski, Kathryn G. Takacs, and Matthew K. Thompson

A preliminary comparison of the sulfur geochemistry between two gas hydrate terranes, Michael D. Spicer and Walter S. Borowski

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Sulfide mineralization within modern, deep-sea marine sediments and oxygenation of the early Earth, Matthew K. Thompson and Walter S. Borowski

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Relative concentration of solid-phase sulfide species in marine sediments overlying gas hydrate deposits: Recognition of the role of anaerobic methane oxidation in authigenic sulfide formation, Matthew K. Thompson, Walter S. Borowski, Charles K. Paull, and William Ussler III

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Sulfide mineralization in deep-water marine sediments related to methane transport, methane consumption, and methane gas hydrates, Matthew K. Thompson, Walter S. Borowski, Charles K. Paull, and William Ussler III

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Variations in mineralogy, temperature, and oxygen fugacity in a suite of strongly peralkaline lavas and tuffs, Pantelleria, Italy., John C. White, Minghua Ren, and Don Parker

Submissions from 2004

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A review of methane and gas hydrates in the dynamic, stratified system of the Blake Ridge region, offshore southeastern North America, Walter S. Borowski

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Stressing concepts and teaching in the classroom: A low-technology approach using concept tests and classroom polls, Walter S. Borowski

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Isotopic concentration of sulfide sulfur and delta-34S from methane seeps on the Blake Ridge diapir and Monterey Canyon, V. Lynn Means and Walter S. Borowski

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Sulfide sulfur concentration and sulfur isotopic composition of methane seep sediments, V. Lynn Means and Walter S. Borowski

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Changes in sulfur concentration and sulfur isotopic composition within authigenic sulfide minerals from sediments of Miocene age to the present, ODP Site 995, Blake Ridge, offshore southeastern United States, Kathryn G. Takacs and Walter S. Borowski

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Sulfide mineralization in deep-water marine sediments related to methane transport, methane consumption, and methane gas hydrates, Matthew K. Thompson, Walter S. Borowski, Charles K. Paull, and William Ussler III

Submissions from 2003

Authigenic sulfide mineralization induced by anaerobic methane oxidation in methane-rich, gas-hydrate-associated sediments: Stratigraphic patterns of sulfide sulfur concentration and sulfide-sulfur isotopic composition, Kathryn G. Takacs and Walter S. Borowski

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Enrichments of 34S in sulfide minerals of deep-water marine sediments of the Blake Ridge, offshore southeastern United States, Kathryn G. Takacs and Walter S. Borowski

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Sulfide mineralization in deep-water marine sediments related to methane transport, methane consumption, and methane gas hydrates, Matthew K. Thompson, Walter S. Borowski, Charles K. Paull, and William Ussler III

Submissions from 2002

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The meeting of two microbial worlds: Geochemistry of the sulfate-methane interface, Walter S. Borowski, Charles K. Paull, and William Ussler III

Submissions from 2001

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Data report: Carbon isotopic composition of dissolved CO2, CO2 gas, and methane, Blake-Bahama Ridge and northeast Bermuda Rise, ODP Leg 172, Walter S. Borowski, Namik Cagatay, Y Tournois, and Charles K. Paull

Submissions from 2000

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Significance of anaerobic methane oxidation in methane-rich sediments overlying the Blake Ridge gas hydrates, Walter S. Borowski, Tori M. Hoehler, Mark J. Alperin, Namcy M. Rodriguez, and Charles K. Paull

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Nitrogen isotopic composition of pore water ammonium, Blake Ridge, Site 997, ODP Leg 164, Walter S. Borowski and Charles K. Paull

Geologic implications of sulfide mineralization at the sulfate-methane interface in marine sediments, Walter S. Borowski, C. K. Paull, and Bill Ussler

Isotopic composition of authigenic sulfide minerals at the base of the sulfate-reduction zone: Implications for diagenesis at the sulfate-methane interface, Walter S. Borowski, C. K. Paull, and Bill Ussler

Submissions from 1999

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Global and local variations of interstitial sulfate gradients in deep-water, continental margin sediments: Sensitivity to underlying methane and gas hydrates, Walter S. Borowski, Charles K. Paull, and William Ussler III

Submissions from 1998

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New technique detects gas hydrates, Walter S. Borowski, Charles K. Paull, and William Ussler III

Submissions from 1997

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Carbon cycling within the upper methanogenic zone of continental-rise sediments: An example from the methane-rich sediments overlying the Blake Ridge gas hydrate deposits, Walter S. Borowski, Charles K. Paull, and William Ussler III

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Recognition of shallow-subbottom gas hazards in deep-water operation areas: The gas hydrate detection problem, Walter S. Borowski, Charles K. Paull, and William Ussler III

Geochemical clues to gas hydrate distribution: Sulfate gradients as sensors of underlying methane inventory, Walter S. Borowski, C. K. Paull, and Bill Ussler

Submissions from 1996

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Marine pore-water sulfate profiles indicate in situ methane flux from underlying gas hydrate, Walter Borowski, Charles K. Paull, and William Ussler III

Carbon cycling at the base of the sulfate reduction zone, Walter S. Borowski, C. K. Paull, and Bill Ussler

Submissions from 1995

Do pore water sulfate profiles sense methane diffusing upward from continental rise gas hydrates?, Walter S. Borowski, C. K. Paull, and William Ussler III

Gas hydrates, methane inventory, and sulfate profiles: Predicting methane flux and gas hydrate occurrence from sulfate profiles in piston cores, Walter S. Borowski, C. K. Paull, and William Ussler III

Submissions from 1994

Influence of methane flux from gas hydrate on pore water sulfate profiles, Walter S. Borowski, C. K. Paull, and William Ussler III

Submissions from 1982

Resolution of depositional subenvironments through use of lithotype vertical-contact associations in a peritidal carbonate setting, Middle Ordovician, eastern Tennessee, Walter S. Borowski