Unusual Isotopic Effects Produced in Precipitation as a Byproduct of Unusual Atmospheric Processes
Dr. Thomas Brubaker
Precipitation is the ultimate source of all surface and groundwater recharge. Stable oxygen and hydrogen isotope investigation of precipitation has a long history. The factors controlling these stable isotopes are well known and include mean annual temperature, amount of precipitation, altitude and air mass trajectory (Dansgaard, 1964; Yurtsever and Gat, 1981).
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Hurst, Shelby, "Unusual Isotopic Effects Produced in Precipitation as a Byproduct of Unusual Atmospheric Processes" (2017). Research and Creative Activities Poster Day. 239.