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Beth Parker
Beth Parker
Professor, School of Engineering, University of Guelph
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Plume persistence due to aquitard back diffusion following dense nonaqueous phase liquid source removal or isolation
SW Chapman, BL Parker
Water Resources Research 41 (12), 2005
3512005
Diffusive disappearance of immiscible‐phase organic liquids in fractured geologic media
BL Parker, RW Gillham, JA Cherry
Groundwater 32 (5), 805-820, 1994
2971994
Plume persistence caused by back diffusion from thin clay layers in a sand aquifer following TCE source-zone hydraulic isolation
BL Parker, SW Chapman, MA Guilbeault
Journal of contaminant hydrology 102 (1-2), 86-104, 2008
2532008
Mass and flux distributions from DNAPL zones in sandy aquifers
MA Guilbeault, BL Parker, JA Cherry
Groundwater 43 (1), 70-86, 2005
1732005
Field study of TCE diffusion profiles below DNAPL to assess aquitard integrity
BL Parker, JA Cherry, SW Chapman
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 74 (1-4), 197-230, 2004
1662004
Human enteric viruses in groundwater from a confined bedrock aquifer
MA Borchardt, KR Bradbury, MB Gotkowitz, JA Cherry, BL Parker
Environmental science & technology 41 (18), 6606-6612, 2007
1632007
Field-scale evaluation of the passive flux meter for simultaneous measurement of groundwater and contaminant fluxes
MD Annable, K Hatfield, J Cho, H Klammler, BL Parker, JA Cherry, ...
Environmental science & technology 39 (18), 7194-7201, 2005
1552005
Mobility and persistence of methane in groundwater in a controlled-release field experiment
AG Cahill, CM Steelman, O Forde, O Kuloyo, S Emil Ruff, B Mayer, ...
Nature Geoscience 10 (4), 289-294, 2017
1432017
A new depth‐discrete multilevel monitoring approach for fractured rock
JA Cherry, BL Parker, C Keller
Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation 27 (2), 57-70, 2007
1372007
Effect of source variability and transport processes on carbon isotope ratios of TCE and PCE in two sandy aquifers
D Hunkeler, N Chollet, X Pittet, R Aravena, JA Cherry, BL Parker
Journal of contaminant hydrology 74 (1-4), 265-282, 2004
1372004
Review and analysis of chlorinated solvent dense nonaqueous phase liquid distributions in five sandy aquifers
BL Parker, JA Cherry, SW Chapman, MA Guilbeault
Vadose Zone Journal 2 (2), 116-137, 2003
1192003
Testing high resolution numerical models for analysis of contaminant storage and release from low permeability zones
SW Chapman, BL Parker, TC Sale, LA Doner
Journal of contaminant hydrology 136, 106-116, 2012
1122012
Conceptual models for the behavior of dense non-aqueous phase liquids (DNAPLs) in the subsurface
S Feenstra, JA Cherry, BL Parker
Dense chlorinated solvents and other DNAPLs in groundwater: history …, 1996
1091996
Quantification of non‐Darcian flow observed during packer testing in fractured sedimentary rock
PM Quinn, JA Cherry, BL Parker
Water Resources Research 47 (9), 2011
1062011
Groundwater–surface water interaction and its role on TCE groundwater plume attenuation
SW Chapman, BL Parker, JA Cherry, R Aravena, D Hunkeler
Journal of contaminant Hydrology 91 (3-4), 203-232, 2007
1052007
Discrete fracture network approach for studying contamination in fractured rock
BL Parker, JA Cherry, SW Chapman
AQUA mundi 3 (2), 101-116, 2012
1022012
Vertical cross contamination of trichloroethylene in a borehole in fractured sandstone
SN Sterling, BL Parker, JA Cherry, JH Williams, JW Lane Jr, FP Haeni
Groundwater 43 (4), 557-573, 2005
1022005
Diffusive loss of non‐aqueous phase organic solvents from idealized fracture networks in geologic media
BL Parker, DB McWhorter, JA Cherry
Groundwater 35 (6), 1077-1088, 1997
991997
Evaluating the fate of chlorinated ethenes in streambed sediments by combining stable isotope, geochemical and microbial methods
Y Abe, R Aravena, J Zopfi, B Parker, D Hunkeler
Journal of contaminant hydrology 107 (1-2), 10-21, 2009
982009
Geochemical Reactions Resulting from In Situ Oxidation of PCE-DNAPL by KMnO4 in a Sandy Aquifer
MD Nelson, BL Parker, TA Al, JA Cherry, D Loomer
Environmental Science & Technology 35 (6), 1266-1275, 2001
982001
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