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I am a research chemist studying methods of groundwater age determination. I am generally interested in the relationships between atmospheric gases and groundwater, as mediated by the interactions in the vadose zone, the layer of the ground that water must pass through before it enters an aquifer.
I have a background in experimental atmospheric chemistry, having worked with several groups on topics including ocean fertilization, biogeochemical impacts to atmospheric chemisty, oceanic emissions of halocarbons to the atmosphere, insturment validation studies, long term observations, anthropogenic emissions, and air quality measurements.
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Haase, K. B., Keene, W.C., Pszenny, A. A. P., Mayne, H. R., Talbot, R. W., and Sive, B. C. Calibration and intercomparison of acetic acid measurements using proton-transfer-reaction mass spectrometry (PTR-MS). Atmospheric Measurement Techniques. 2012. 5,2739-2750
Ambrose, J. L., Zhou, Y., Haase, K. B., Mayne H.R., Talbot, R., and Sive, B. C. A gas chromatographic instrument for measurement of hydrogen cyanide in the lower atmosphere. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques. 2012, 5, 1229-1240
Haase, K. B., Jordan, C., Mentis, E. Cottrell, L., Mayne, H.R., Talbot, R., and Sive, B. C. Changes in monoterpene mixing ratios during summer storms in rural New Hampshire (USA). Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 2011, 11, 11465-11476
Talbot, R., Mao, H., Feddersen, D., Smith, M., Kim, S. Y., Sive, B., Haase, K., Ambrose, J., Zhou, Y., and Russo, R.: Comparison of Particulate Mercury Measured with Manual and Automated Methods, Atmosphere, 2011, 2, 1-20.
Ambrose, J. L., Haase, K., Russo, R. S., Zhou, Y., White, M. L., Frinak, E. K., Jordan, C., Mayne, H. R., Talbot, R., and Sive, B. C.: A comparison of GC-FID and PTR-MS toluene measurements in ambient air under conditions of enhanced monoterpene loading, Atmos. Meas. Tech. 2010, 3, 959-980, 10.5194/amt-3-959-2010.
R. S. Russo, Y. Zhou, K. B. Haase, O. W. Wingenter, E. K. Frinak, H. Mao, R. W. Talbot, and B. C. Sive. Temporal variability, sources, and sinks of C1-C5 alkyl nitrates in Coastal New England. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 2010, 10, (4), 1865-1883.
C. Jordan, E. Fitz, T. Hagan, B. Sive, E. Frinak, K. Haase, L. Cottrell, S. Buckley, and R. Talbot. Long-term study of VOCs measured with PTR-MS at a rural site in
M. L. White, R. S. Russo, Y. Zhou, J. L. Ambrose, K. Haase, E. K. Frinak, R. K. Varner, O. W. Wingenter, H. Mao, R. Talbot, and B. C. Sive. Are biogenic emissions a significant source of summertime atmospheric toluene in the rural
M. L. White, R.S. Russo, Y. Zhou, H. Mao, R.K. Varner, J. Ambrose, P. Veres, O.W. Wingenter, K. Haase, J. Stutz, R. Talbot, and B. C. Sive, Volatile organic compounds in northern New England marine and continental environments during the ICARTT 2004 campaign. J. Geophys. Res. 2008, 113, D08S90. doi:10.1029/2007JD009161
Zhou, Y., H. Mao, R. S. Russo, D. R. Blake, O. W. Wingenter, K. B. Haase, J. Ambrose, R. K. Varner, R. Talbot, and B. C. Sive. Bromoform and dibromomethane measurements in the seacoast region of New Hampshire, 2002–2004, J. Geophys. Res. 2008, 113, D08305. doi:10.1029/2007JD009103
O. W. Wingenter, K. B. Haase, M. Ziegler, D. R. Blake, F. S. Rowland, B. C. Sive, A. Paulino, R. Thyrhaug, A. Larsen, K. Schulz, M. Meyerhöfer, and U. Riebesell. Unexpected consequences of increasing CO and ocean acidity on marine production of DMS and CH2ClI: Potential climate impacts, Geophys. Res. Lett. 2007, 34, L05710. doi:10.1029/2006GL028139
Y. Zhou, R. K. Varner, R. S. Russo, O. W. Wingenter, K. B. Haase, R. Talbot, and B. C. Sive, Coastal water source of shortlived halocarbons in New England. J. Geophys. Res. 2005, 110, D21. doi:10.1029/2004JD005603
O. W. Wingenter, K. B. Haase, P. Strutton, G. Friedrich, S. Meinardi, D. R. Blake, and F. S. Rowland. Changing concentrations of CO, CH4, C5H8, CH3Br, CH3I, and dimethyl sulfide during the Southern Ocean Iron Enrichment Experiments. PNAS. 2004, 101, 223, 8537-8541. doi: 10.1073/pnas.0402744101.
My Science Topics
My USGS Science Strategy AreasClimate Variability & Change
A Water Census of the United States
A National Hazard, Risk, and Resilience Assessment Program
Quantification of Dissolved Gases in Groundwater
Dissolved Gases are important chemical tracers in groundwater systems. They provide information about groundwater age, aquifer mixing, and the climate conditions when water entered the aquifer.
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