Alicia Wilson, Associate Professor
Fluid flow and geologic processes; the physical and chemical evolution of natural fluid flow systems at large scales (sedimentary basins) and small scales (coastal settings); sedimentary diagenesis; controls on the rate and distribution of chemical reactions in the subsurface; transient, variable-density fluid flow; reactive-transport modeling.
High Marsh Experiment Committee
Primary Organization: University of South Carolina
Dr. Alicia M. Wilson
Office Phone: (803) 777-1240
Web Page: http://www.geol.sc.edu/wilson/index.htm
Other Identity Systems:
GCE Publications and Presentations: (custom bibliography)
Schutte, C., Joye, S.B., Wilson, A.M., Evans, T., Moore, W.S. and Casciotti, K. 2015. Intense nitrogen cycling in permeable intertidal sediment revealed by a nitrous oxide hotspot. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. (DOI: 10.1002/2014GB005052)
Wilson, A.M., Evans, T., Moore, W.S., Schutte, C. and Joye, S.B. 2015. What time scales are important for monitoring tidally influenced submarine groundwater discharge? Insights from a salt marsh. Water Resources Research. 51(6). (DOI: 10.1002/2014WR015984)
Wilson, A.M., Evans, T., Moore, W.S., Schutte, C., Joye, S.B., Hughes, A.H. and Anderson, J. 2015. Groundwater controls ecological zonation of salt marsh macrophytes. Ecology. 96(3). (DOI: 10.1890/13-2183.1)
Wilson, A.M., Moore, W.S., Joye, S.B., Anderson, J. and Schutte, C. 2011. Storm-driven groundwater flow in a salt marsh. Water Resources Research. 47(2):1-11. (DOI: 10.1029/2010WR009496)
Conference Posters and Presentations
Schutte, C., Moore, W.S., Wilson, A.M. and Joye, S.B. 2009. Poster: Mechanisms for variability in groundwater nutrient flux to estuaries and the coastal ocean. LTER All Scientists Meeting, September 13-17, 2009, Estes Park, Colorado.
Wilson, A.M., Anderson, J., Moore, W.S., Schutte, C. and Joye, S.B. 2009. Presentation: Storm-driven groundwater flow and nutrient transport in a barrier island. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, December 2009, San Francisco, California.
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under grants OCE-9982133, OCE-0620959 and OCE-1237140. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.