Jordan F Clark
Jordan F Clark
Professor of Earth Science, University of California, Santa Barbara
Verified email at geol.ucsb.edu
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Cooling of tropical Brazil (5 C) during the last glacial maximum
M Stute, M Forster, H Frischkorn, A Serejo, JF Clark, P Schlosser, ...
Science 269 (5222), 379-383, 1995
6571995
Paleotemperatures in the Southwestern United States derived from noble gases in ground water
M Stute, P Schlosser, JF Clark, WS Broecker
Science 256 (5059), 1000-1003, 1992
2761992
Quantifying groundwater discharge to Cockburn River, southeastern Australia, using dissolved gas tracers 222Rn and SF6
PG Cook, S Lamontagne, D Berhane, JF Clark
Water Resources Research 42 (10), 2006
1812006
A 30,000 yr continental paleotemperature record derived from noble gases dissolved in groundwater from the San Juan Basin, New Mexico
M Stute, JF Clark, P Schlosser, WS Broecker, G Bonani
Quaternary Research 43 (2), 209-220, 1995
1751995
A paleotemperature record derived from dissolved noble gases in groundwater of the Aquia Aquifer (Maryland, USA)
W Aeschbach-Hertig, M Stute, JF Clark, RF Reuter, P Schlosser
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 66 (5), 797-817, 2002
1522002
Temporal variation in natural methane seep rate due to tides, Coal Oil Point area, California
JR Boles, JF Clark, I Leifer, L Washburn
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 106 (C11), 27077-27086, 2001
1402001
Gas exchange rates in the tidal Hudson River using a dual tracer technique
JF Clark, RIK Wanninkhof, P Schlosser, HJ Simpson
Tellus B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology 46 (4), 274-285, 1994
1311994
Natural marine seepage blowout: Contribution to atmospheric methane
I Leifer, BP Luyendyk, J Boles, JF Clark
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 20 (3), 2006
1302006
Dissolved methane distributions and air‐sea flux in the plume of a massive seep field, Coal Oil Point, California
S Mau, DL Valentine, JF Clark, J Reed, R Camilli, L Washburn
Geophysical Research Letters 34 (22), 2007
1192007
Chemical evolution of shallow groundwater as recorded by springs, Sagehen basin; Nevada County, California
LK Rademacher, JF Clark, GB Hudson, DC Erman, NA Erman
Chemical Geology 179 (1-4), 37-51, 2001
1062001
Decrease in natural marine hydrocarbon seepage near Coal Oil Point, California, associated with offshore oil production
DC Quigley, J Scott Hornafius, BP Luyendyk, RD Francis, J Clark, ...
Geology 27 (11), 1047-1050, 1999
1031999
A 3H/3He Study of Ground Water Flow in a Fractured Bedrock Aquifer
W Aeschbach‐Hertig, P Schlosser, M Stute, HJ Simpson, A Ludin, ...
Groundwater 36 (4), 661-670, 1998
1021998
Modifications of the local environment by natural marine hydrocarbon seeps
I Leifer, JF Clark, RF Chen
Geophysical Research Letters 27 (22), 3711-3714, 2000
932000
Dissolved hydrocarbon flux from natural marine seeps to the southern California Bight
JF Clark, L Washburn, JS Hornafius, BP Luyendyk
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 105 (C5), 11509-11522, 2000
892000
Old groundwater influence on stream hydrochemistry and catchment response times in a small Sierra Nevada catchment: Sagehen Creek, California
LK Rademacher, JF Clark, DW Clow, GB Hudson
Water resources research 41 (2), 2005
852005
The mangrove pump: the tidal flushing of animal burrows in a tropical mangrove forest determined from radionuclide budgets
TC Stieglitz, JF Clark, GJ Hancock
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 102, 12-22, 2013
832013
SF63He Tracer Release Experiment:  A New Method of Determining Longitudinal Dispersion Coefficients in Large Rivers
JF Clark, P Schlosser, M Stute, HJ Simpson
Environmental science & technology 30 (5), 1527-1532, 1996
821996
A tracer study of the Floridan aquifer in southeastern Georgia: Implications for groundwater flow and paleoclimate
JF Clark, M Stute, P Schlosser, S Drenkard, G Bonani
Water Resources Research 33 (2), 281-289, 1997
801997
Geochemical imaging of flow near an artificial recharge facility, Orange County, California
JF Clark, GB Hudson, ML Davisson, G Woodside, R Herndon
Groundwater 42 (2), 167-174, 2004
782004
Noble gases, stable isotopes, and radiocarbon as tracers of flow in the Dakota aquifer, Colorado and Kansas
JF Clark, ML Davisson, GB Hudson, PA Macfarlane
Journal of Hydrology 211 (1-4), 151-167, 1998
731998
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