Martin S Andersen
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Heat as a tracer to quantify water flow in near-surface sediments
GC Rau, MS Andersen, AM McCallum, H Roshan, RI Acworth
Earth-Science Reviews 129, 40-58, 2014
Geochemical processes and solute transport at the seawater/freshwater interface of a sandy aquifer
MS Andersen, V Nyvang, R Jakobsen, D Postma
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 69 (16), 3979-3994, 2005
Changes in global groundwater organic carbon driven by climate change and urbanization
LK McDonough, IR Santos, MS Andersen, DM O’Carroll, H Rutlidge, ...
Nature Communications 11 (1), 1279, 2020
Experimental investigation of the thermal dispersivity term and its significance in the heat transport equation for flow in sediments
GC Rau, MS Andersen, RI Acworth
Water Resources Research 48 (3), 2012
Investigations of soil cracking and preferential flow in a weighing lysimeter filled with cracking clay soil
A Greve, MS Andersen, RI Acworth
Journal of Hydrology 393 (1-2), 105-113, 2010
Mechanisms of water adsorption into partially saturated fractured shales: An experimental study
H Roshan, S Ehsani, CE Marjo, MS Andersen, RI Acworth
Fuel 159, 628-637, 2015
Analytical methods that use natural heat as a tracer to quantify surface water-groundwater exchange, evaluated using field temperature records
GC Rau, MS Andersen, AM McCallum, RI Acworth
Hydrogeology Journal 18 (5), 1093-1110, 2010
A 1‐D analytical method for estimating surface water–groundwater interactions and effective thermal diffusivity using temperature time series
AM McCallum, MS Andersen, GC Rau, RI Acworth
Water Resources Research 48 (11), 2012
Investigating the spatio-temporal variability in groundwater and surface water interactions: a multi-technique approach
NP Unland, I Cartwright, MS Andersen, GC Rau, J Reed, BS Gilfedder, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (9), 3437-3453, 2013
A new conceptual framework for the transformation of groundwater dissolved organic matter
LK McDonough, MS Andersen, MI Behnke, H Rutlidge, P Oudone, ...
Nature Communications 13 (1), 2153, 2022
An agent-based platform for simulating complex human–aquifer interactions in managed groundwater systems
JC Castilla-Rho, G Mariethoz, R Rojas, MS Andersen, BFJ Kelly
Environmental Modelling & Software 73, 305-323, 2015
Social tipping points in global groundwater management
JC Castilla-Rho, R Rojas, MS Andersen, C Holley, G Mariethoz
Nature Human Behaviour 1 (9), 640-649, 2017
Understanding and quantifying focused, indirect groundwater recharge from ephemeral streams using water table fluctuations
MO Cuthbert, RI Acworth, MS Andersen, JR Larsen, AM McCallum, ...
Water Resources Research 52 (2), 827-840, 2016
River–aquifer interactions in a semi‐arid environment stressed by groundwater abstraction
AM McCallum, MS Andersen, BMS Giambastiani, BFJ Kelly, ...
Hydrological Processes 27 (7), 1072-1085, 2013
Investigation of a dynamic seawater intrusion event using strontium isotopes (87Sr/86Sr)
NO Jørgensen, MS Andersen, P Engesgaard
Journal of hydrology 348 (3-4), 257-269, 2008
Discharge of nitrate-containing groundwater into a coastal marine environment
MS Andersen, L Baron, J Gudbjerg, J Gregersen, D Chapellier, ...
Journal of Hydrology 336 (1-2), 98-114, 2007
Stream-aquifer interactions in the Maules creek catchment, Namoi valley, New South Wales, Australia
MS Andersen, RI Acworth
Hydrogeology Journal 17 (8), 2005, 2009
Utilizing the impact of Earth and atmospheric tides on groundwater systems: A review reveals the future potential
TC McMillan, GC Rau, WA Timms, MS Andersen
Reviews of Geophysics 57 (2), 281-315, 2019
Drip water isotopes in semi-arid karst: implications for speleothem paleoclimatology
MO Cuthbert, A Baker, CN Jex, PW Graham, PC Treble, MS Andersen, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 395, 194-204, 2014
Dripwater organic matter and trace element geochemistry in a semi-arid karst environment: Implications for speleothem paleoclimatology
H Rutlidge, A Baker, CE Marjo, MS Andersen, PW Graham, MO Cuthbert, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 135, 217-230, 2014
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