Use of Geochemcial Tools to Trace the Source of Ammonium in Groundwater

by Derrick Lingle
Feb 10, 2017

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Derrick Lingle, Project Geologist, was the lead author of a recent article, titled Use of nitrogen isotopes and other geochemical tools to evaluate the source of ammonium in a confined glacial drift aquifer, Ottawa County, Michigan, USA . The article will be published in the March 2017 edition of Applied Geochemistry. The research project was supported by the Western Michigan University Hydrogeology Field Camp, Air and Waste Management Association and several other local foundations.

If you are interested in the application of environmental isotopes or the glacial geology along the southwest coast of Lake Michigan, contact Derrick for a copy of the article.

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