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John McCray
John McCray
Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Colorado School of Mines
Verified email at mines.edu
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Evaluation of graphical and multivariate statistical methods for classification of water chemistry data
C Güler, GD Thyne, JE McCray, KA Turner
Hydrogeology journal 10 (4), 455-474, 2002
10862002
Effects of soil data resolution on SWAT model stream flow and water quality predictions
M Geza, JE McCray
Journal of environmental management 88 (3), 393-406, 2008
2142008
Climate variability controls on unsaturated water and chemical movement, High Plains aquifer, USA
JJ Gurdak, RT Hanson, PB McMahon, BW Bruce, JE McCray, GD Thyne, ...
Vadose Zone Journal 6 (3), 533-547, 2007
1882007
Numerical simulation of air sparging for remediation of NAPL contamination
JE McCray, RW Falta
Groundwater 35 (1), 99-110, 1997
1801997
Hydrological effects of forest transpiration loss in bark beetle-impacted watersheds
LA Bearup, RM Maxwell, DW Clow, JE McCray
Nature Climate Change 4 (6), 481-486, 2014
1552014
Model parameters for simulating fate and transport of on‐site wastewater nutrients
JE McCray, SL Kirkland, RL Siegrist, GD Thyne
Groundwater 43 (4), 628-639, 2005
1522005
Bark beetle infestation impacts on nutrient cycling, water quality and interdependent hydrological effects
KM Mikkelson, LA Bearup, RM Maxwell, JD Stednick, JE McCray, ...
Biogeochemistry 115 (1), 1-21, 2013
1512013
A quantitative methodology to assess the risks to human health from CO2 leakage into groundwater
ER Siirila, AK Navarre-Sitchler, RM Maxwell, JE McCray
Advances in Water Resources 36, 146-164, 2012
1512012
Cyclodextrin-enhanced in situ flushing of multiple-component immiscible organic liquid contamination at the field scale: mass removal effectiveness
JE McCray, ML Brusseau
Environmental Science & Technology 32 (9), 1285-1293, 1998
1441998
Temporal changes in leachate chemistry of a municipal solid waste landfill cell in Florida, USA
RA Statom, GD Thyne, JE McCray
Environmental Geology 45 (7), 982-991, 2004
1062004
Biosurfactant-enhanced solubilization of NAPL mixtures
JE McCray, G Bai, RM Maier, ML Brusseau
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 48 (1-2), 45-68, 2001
1052001
Defining the air sparging radius of influence for groundwater remediation
JE McCray, RW Falta
Journal of contaminant hydrology 24 (1), 25-52, 1996
1031996
Modeling potential vadose-zone transport of nitrogen from onsite wastewater systems at the development scale
KK Heatwole, JE McCray
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 91 (1-2), 184-201, 2007
982007
Water-quality impacts from climate-induced forest die-off
KM Mikkelson, ERV Dickenson, RM Maxwell, JE McCray, JO Sharp
Nature Climate Change 3 (3), 218-222, 2013
892013
Mountain pine beetle infestation impacts: modeling water and energy budgets at the hill‐slope scale
KM Mikkelson, RM Maxwell, I Ferguson, JD Stednick, JE McCray, ...
Ecohydrology 6 (1), 64-72, 2013
862013
Hyporheic zone in urban streams: A review and opportunities for enhancing water quality and improving aquatic habitat by active management
JE Lawrence, ME Skold, FA Hussain, DR Silverman, VH Resh, DL Sedlak, ...
Environmental Engineering Science 30 (8), 480-501, 2013
832013
Temporal changes in hydraulic conductivity of sand porous media biofilters during wastewater infiltration due to biomat formation
DNH Beach, JE McCray, KS Lowe, RL Siegrist
Journal of Hydrology 311 (1-4), 230-243, 2005
802005
Influent constituent characteristics of the modern waste stream from single sources
KS Lowe, MB Tucholke, JMB Tomaras, K Conn, C Hoppe, JE Drewes, ...
Water Environment Research Foundation, 2009
772009
Cyclodextrin-enhanced in situ flushing of multiple-component immiscible organic liquid contamination at the field scale: analysis of dissolution behavior
JE McCray, ML Brusseau
Environmental Science & Technology 33 (1), 89-95, 1999
761999
Mathematical modeling of air sparging for subsurface remediation: state of the art
JE McCray
Journal of Hazardous Materials 72 (2-3), 237-263, 2000
722000
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