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Darren Chevis

Darren ChevisDissertation Title:
Estimating the Groundwater Derived Flux of Neodymium to the Oceans

Undergraduate Degree:
Geology, Tulane University, 2005

Advisor:
Karen Johannesson

Email:  dchevis@tulane.edu

 

 

Publications


Mohajerin, T. J., Neal, A. W., Telfeyan, K., Sasihharan, S. M., Ford, S., Yang, N., Chevis, D. A., Grimm, D. A., Datta, S., White, C. D., and Johannesson, K. H., 2014. Geochemistry of tungsten and arsenic in aquifer systems: A comparative study of groundwaters from West Bengal, India, and Nevada, USA. Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, 225, 1792, DOI: 0.1007/s11270-013-1792-x

Johannesson, K. H., Chevis, Darren A., Burdige, D.J., Cable, J.E., Martin, J.B., and Roy, M. (2011) Submarine groundwater discharge is an important net source of light and middle REEs to coastal waters of the Indian River Lagoon, Florida, USA, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75, (2011) 825-843.

Johannesson, K. H., Chevis, Darren, Burdige, D. J., Cable, J. E., (2008) Rare-earth Element Cycling in a Subterranean Estuary. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (71) A433.

 

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