MICHAEL MANGA

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Refereed publications about springs:

In print

Burns, E.R., S.E. Ingebritsen, M. Manga, and C.F. Williams (2016) Geothermal and hydrogeologic controls on regional groundwater temperature distribution, Water Resources Research, vol. 52, doi:10.1002/2015WR018204. Download pdf version

Manga, M., and J.C. Rowland (2009) Response of Alum Rock springs to the October 30, 2007 earthquake and implications for the origin of increased discharge after earthquakes, Geofluids, vol. 9, 237-250. Download pdf reprint

Brumm, M., C.-Y. Wang, and M. Manga (2009) Spring temperatures in the Sagehen Basin, Sierra Nevada, California: Implications for heat flow and ground water circulation, Geofluids, vol. 9, 195-207. Download pdf preprint

Rowland, J.C., M. Manga, T.P. Rose (2008) The influence of poorly interconnected fault zone flow paths on spring geochemistry, Geofluids, vol. 8, doi: 10.11 11/j.1468-8123.2008.00208.x Download pdf reprint

Saar, M.O., M.C. Castro, C.M. Hall, M. Manga, and T.P. Rose (2005) Quantifying magmatic, crustal, and atmospheric helium contributions to volcanic aquifers using all stable noble gases: Implications for magmatism and groundwater flow, G-cubed, vol. 6, No. 3, Q03008 DOI 10.1029/2004GC000828 Download pdf reprint

Wang, C.-Y., M. Manga, D. Dreger, and A. Wong (2004) Streamflow increases due to the rupturing of hydrothermal reservoir -- evidence from the 2003 San Simeon, California, Earthquake, Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 31, L10502, doi:10.1029/2004GL020124. Download pdf reprint.

Manga, M. and J.W. Kirchner (2004) Interpreting the temperature of water at cold springs and the importance of gravitational potential energy, submitted to Water Resources Research, vol. 40, W05110 10.1029/2003WR002905. Download pdf reprint

Saar, M.O. and M. Manga (2004) Depth dependence of permeability in the Oregon Cascades inferred from hydrogeologic, thermal, seismic, and magmatic modeling constraints, Journal of Geophysical Research vol. 109, no. B4, B04204, 10.1029/2003JB002855. Download pdf reprint

Gannett, M., M. Manga, & K.E. Lite (2003) Groundwater hydrology of the upper Deschutes Basin and its influence on streamflow, in A peculiar river: Geology, geomorphology, and hydrology of the Deschutes River, Oregon, J.E. O'Conner and G.E. Grant editors, Water Science and Application Series, volume 7, American Geophysical Union, pp. 31-50.

Manga, M. (2001) Using springs to understand groundwater flow and active geologic processes, Annual Reviews of Earth and Planetary Sciences, vol. 29, 203-230. Download pdf version

James, E.R., M. Manga, T.P. Rose and B. Hudson (2000) The use of temperature and the isotopes of O, H, C, and noble gases to determine the pattern and spatial extent of groundwater flow, Journal of Hydrology, vol. 237, 100-112. Download pdf version

Manga, M. (1999) On the timescales characterizing groundwater discharge at springs, Journal of Hydrology, vol. 219, 56-69. Download pdf version

Manga, M. (1998) Advective heat transport by low temperature discharge in the Oregon Cascades, Geology, vol. 26, 799-802.

Manga, M. (1997) A model for discharge in spring-dominated streams, and implications for the transmissivity and recharge of Quaternary volcanics in the Oregon Cascades, Water Resources Research, vol. 32, 2435-2439. Download pdf reprint

Manga, M. (1996) Hydrology of spring-dominated streams in the Oregon Cascades, Water Resources Research, vol. 32, 2435-2439. Download pdf reprint




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