Other ID: none
Organization(s): USGS, Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center
Location: Salt Pond, Nauset Marsh, Eastham, Cape Cod National Seashore, Massachusetts, United States, North America, North Atlantic;
Principal Investigator(s): John Crusius
Data Type(s): Environmental Data: Conductivity, Environmental Data: Radon, Environmental Data: Depth, Environmental Data: Temperature
Scientific Purpose/Goals: Ground/surface water sampling.
Start Date: 2004-06-28
Start Port/Location: Salt Pond, Cape Cod National Seashore, MA
End Date: 2004-07-02
End Port/Location: Salt Pond, Cape Cod National Seashore, MA
Equipment Used: Piezometer, RAD7 radon detection instrument, RAD H2O, RAD aqua, YSI600XLM multiparameter sonde (S, T, depth)
Information to be Derived:
Summary of Activity and Data Gathered: Sampled groundwater and channel water (to Nauset Marsh). Estimating groundwater discharge rates as summarized in on-line publication below (still in press, but permanently accessible).
Staff: Sandy Baldwin, John Crusius, Dirk Koopmans, Sarah Kelsey, Lyndsey Ryckman
Notes: Paper in review. Final version likely to be out at the end of March or beginning of April, 2005.
Bratton, J.F., 2007, The importance of shallow confining units to submarine groundwater flow, in Sanford, W., Langevin, C., Polemio, M., and Povinec, P., eds., A New Focus on Groundwater-Seawater Interactions: International Association of Hydrological Sciences, v. 312.
Bratton, J.F., 2010, The three scales of submarine groundwater flow and discharge across passive continental margins: The Journal of Geology, v. 118 no. 5, doi: 10.1086/655114.