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(2019) Quantifying Rock-Nitrogen Export from a Shale Hillslope to Floodplain in the East River Watershed, Colorado
Wan J, Tokunaga T, Bouskill N, Tfaily M, Brown W, Dong W, Maavara T, Henderson A, Williams K & Hubbard S

(2015) Chemical and Isotopic Dynamics of Spring Water Table Rise at Rifle, CO
Christensen JN, Brown ST, Basu A, Schilling K, Conrad ME, Bill M, Williams KH, Johnson TM, Shiel AE, Yang L, Dong W, Tokunaga TK, Yabusaki SB, Maher K, Weaver K, Long PE & Hubbard SS

(2014) Constraints from U and Sr Isotopes on the Hydrology of a Alluvial Aquifer at Rifle, Colorado
Christensen JN, Shiel AE, Conrad ME, Williams KH, Dong W, Tokunaga TK, Wan J, Long PE & Hubbard SS

(2014) Determining Water and Carbon Fluxes into Groundwater from a Semiarid Floodplain Vadose Zone
Tokunaga T, Wan J, Dong W, Kenneth W, Mark R, Yongman K, Boris F, Mark C, John C, Chad H, Benjamin G, Richard D, Philip L & Susan H

(2014) Carbon Transport and Transformation from Vadose Zone to Groundwater
Wan J, Dong W, Tokunaga T, Williams K, Kim Y, Conrad M, Long P & Hubbard S

(2014) Additive Surface Complexation Modeling of Uranium(VI) Adsorption onto Quartz-Sand Dominated Sediments
Dong W, Wan J & Tokunaga T

(2012) Integrating Geochemical, Reactive Transport, and Facies-Based Modeling Approaches at the Contaminated Savannah River F-Area
Spycher N, Bea S, Wainwright H, Mukhopadhyay S, Christensen J, Dong W, Hubbard S, Davis J & Denham M

(2010) Effect of Natural Humic Substances on the Dissolution and Stability of Reduced Technetium and Uranium
Gu B, Dong W, Lou W & Wall N

(2010) The Reduction of Hg(II) and Complexation of Hg(0) with Natural Dissolved Organic Matter in Aquatic Environments
Bian Y, Miller C, Jiang X, Dong W, Liang L & Gu B

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