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Submissions from 2018

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Tuhualite in a peralkaline rhyolitic ignimbrite from Pantelleria, Italy., Boguslaw Baginski, Ray Macdonald, John C. White, and Lidia Jezak

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Nutrient contamination from an agricultural non-point source and its mitigation: A case study of EKU Meadowbrook Farm, Madison County, Kentucky, Walter S. Borowski, Reid E. Buskirk, James Scott Winter, and Jonathan Malzone Dr.

Submissions from 2017

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Basement control of alkali flood rhyolite magmatism of the Davis Mountains volcanic field, Trans-Pecos Texas, USA., Don Parker, John C. White, Minghua Ren, and Melanie Barnes

Submissions from 2016

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Non-point sources and point sources for nutrient and fecal microbe contamination in a typical upland stream: Tates Creek, Madison County, Kentucky, Walter S. Borowski and Malcolm P. Frisbie

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Project-based science instruction for general-education undergraduates and seventh graders: Practices, proficiency, and pitfalls, Walter S. Borowski and Malcolm P. Frisbie

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Tschermak fractionation in calc-alkaline magmas: the Eocene Sabzevar volcanism (NE Iran), F. Lucci, F. Rossetti, John Charles White, H. S. Moghadam, and M. Nasrabady

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Relationships Between Surface and Ground Water Velocities Determined from Dy Trace Experiments in McConnell Springs and Preston's Cave Spring, Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky, Laura A. Norris, Cassie E. Simpson, and Trent Garrison

Submissions from 2015

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Analyses of nutrient and E. coli contamination within the Otter Creek watershed, Madison County, Kentucky, Nathaniel C. Crockett and Walter S. Borowski

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Peralkaline felsic magmatism at the Nemrut volcano, Turkey: Impact of volcanism on the evolution of Lake Van (Anatolia). IV., Ray Macdonald, Mari Sumita, Hans-Ulrich Schmincke, Boguslaw Baginski, John C. White, and Slawomir S. Ilnicki

Submissions from 2013

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Are 34S-enriched authigenic sulfide minerals a proxy for elevated methane flux and gas hydrates in the geologic record?, Walter Borowski, Nancy Marie Rodriguez, C. K. Paull, and Bill Ussler

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Are 34S-enriched authigenic sulfide minerals a proxy for elevated methane flux and gas hydrates in the geologic record?, Walter S. Borowski, Nancy M. Rodriguez, Charles K. Paull, and William Ussler III

Submissions from 2012

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Characteristics and environmental problems of a eutrophic, seasonally-stratified lake, Wilgreen Lake, Madison County, Kentucky, Walter S. Borowski

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Open system evolution of peralkaline trachyte and phonolite from the Suswa volcano, Kenya Rift., John C. White, Vanessa V. Espejel-Garcia, Elizabeth Y. Anthony, and Peter Omenda

Submissions from 2011

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Mineral stability in peralkaline silicic rocks: Information from trachytes of the Menengai volcano, Kenya., Ray Macdonald, Boguslaw Baginski, Philip T. Leat, John C. White, and P Dzierzanowski

Submissions from 2009

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The origin of trachyte and pantellerite from Pantelleria, Italy: Insights from major element, trace element, and thermodynamic modelling, John White, Don Parker, and Minghua Ren

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Assessing the Impacts of Coal Waste on Residential Wells in the Appalachian Region of the Big Sandy Watershed, Kentucky and West Virginia: An Exploratory Investigation, Andrew Wigginton, Jay Mitchell, Ginger Evansc, and Stephanie Mcspirit

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

Submissions from 2007

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Urban Heat Islands: Observations, Impacts, and Adaptation, Donald M. Yow

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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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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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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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

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

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

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