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Carolyn Ruppel, Affiliated Investigator

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Carolyn Ruppel

Research Emphasis:

Groundwater Hydrology in the Coastal Zone, Environmental Geophysics for constraining chemical and physical processes in coastal aquifers and salt marshes, links to ecological zonation of salt marshes (salinity, microelevation, permeability, and hydrology controls); theoretical analysis of inductive EM data in high induction number terrains (nonlinear inversion), imaging hydrofacies and lithofacies and groundtruthing with discrete monitoring wells

Contact Information:

Primary Organization:  United States Geological Survey

Mailing Address:

Dr. Carolyn D. Ruppel
United States Geological Survey
Woods Hole Science Center
384 Woods Hole Road
Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543-1598

Office Phone:  (508) 457-2339

E-Mail:  cruppel@usgs.gov


GCE Publications and Presentations: (custom bibliography)

Journal Articles

Schultz, G. and Ruppel, C. 2005. Inversion of inductive electromagnetic data in high induction number terrains. Geophysics. 70:G16-G28.

Snyder, M., Taillefert, M. and Ruppel, C.D. 2004. Redox zonation at the saline-influenced boundaries of a permeable surficial aquifer: effects of physical forcing on the biogeochemical cycling of iron and manganese. Journal of Hydrology. 296:164-178.

Schultz, G. and Ruppel, C. 2002. Constraints on hydraulic parameters and implications for groundwater flux across the upland-estuary interface. Journal of Hydrology. 260:255-269.

Books and Book Sections

Schultz, G.M., Ruppel, C.D. and Fulton, P. 2007. Integrating hydrologic and geophysical data to constrain coastal surficial aquifer processes at multiple spatial and temporal scales. Pages 161-182 in: Hyndman, D.W., Day-Lewis, E.D. and Singha, K. (editors). Subsurface Hydrology: Data Integration for Properties and Processes. American Geophysical Union Geophysical Monograph, Series Volume 171. (DOI: 10.1029/171GM13)

Conference Posters and Presentations

Snyder, M., Taillefert, M. and Ruppel, C. 2003. Presentation: Redox Chemical Zonation at the Salinity Transitions of a Surficial Coastal Aquifer. The Earth’s Eyes: Aquatic Sciences Through Space and Time. ASLO, February 8-14, 2003, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Bartlett, J. and Ruppel, C. 2002. Poster: Hydrologic processes across salinity gradients at the upland-estuary interface. AGU Fall Meeting. Dec. 2002.

Ruppel, C., Schultz, G. and Fulton, P. 2002. Poster: Coincident geophysical and hydrologic studies to constrain physical, chemical, and biological processes in Georgia marshes. Salt Marsh Dynamics conference at Florida State University. April, 2002, Talahassee, FL.

Fulton, P., Schultz, G. and Ruppel, C. 2001. Presentation: Hydrologic and geophysical constraints on submarsh groundwater flow to an estuary in the Georgia Bight. EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union. EOS.

Ruppel, C. 2001. Presentation: Groundwater exchanges in GCE marshes. Marine Biological Lab (PIE group). Mar 01, 2001, Woods Hole, Massachusets.

Ruppel, C., Schultz, G., Tobias, C. and Raymond, P. 2001. Abstract: Coupled physical and chemical constraints on groundwater flow across the upland-estuary interface in peat and clastic settings. GSA Abstracts with Programs.

Schultz, G. and Ruppel, C. 2001. Abstract: Characterizing heterogeneity of surficial aquifers in coastal Georgia using complementary observations. GSA Abstracts with Programs.

Schultz, G. and Ruppel, C. 2001. Presentation: Constraints on the pattern of hydraulic properties, groundwater flow, and transport at the upland-estuary margins. AGU Spring Meeting. American Geophysical Union, Apr 01, 2001.

Schultz, G. and Ruppel, C.D. 2001. Presentation: Constraints on the pattern of hydraulic properties, groundwater flow, and transport at upland-estuary margins. EOS Transactions of the American Geophysicists Union. EOS.

Ruppel, C. 2000. Presentation: Hydrological considerations for estimating groundwater fluxes in salt marsh estuaries. Jun 01, 2000, Geology & Geophysics and Marine Chemistry departments, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, MA.

Schultz, G. and Ruppel, C. 2000. Poster: Groundwater flow and transport at the island-estuary boundary, Sapelo Island, Georgia. LTER All-Scientists' Meeting. Long Term Ecological Research Network, Aug 01, 2000, Snowbird, Utah.

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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.