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Publications

  • Wang, X., T. Johnson and A. Ellis. 2015. Equilibrium isotopic fractionation and isotopic exchange kinetics between Cr(III) and Cr(VI). Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 153: 72-90.

  • Xie, X., T. Johnson, Y. Wang, C. Lundstrom, A. Ellis, X. Wang, M. Duan and J. Li. 2014. Pathways of arsenic from sediments to groundwater in the hyporheic zone. Journal of Hydrology 511: 509-517.

  • Wang, Y., X. Xie, T. Johnson, C. Lundstrom, A. Ellis, X. Wang, M. Duan and J. Li. 2014. Coupled iron, sulfur and carbon isotope evidences for arsenic enrichment in groundwater. Journal of Hydrology 519: 414-422.

  • Xie, X., Y. Wang, A. Ellis, C. Liu, M. Duan and J. Li. 2014. Impact of sedimentary provenance and weathering on arsenic distribution in aquifers of the Datong basin, China. Journal of Hydrology 519: 3541-3549.

  • Sanchez, H., G. Menezes, A. Ellis, C. Espinosa-Villegas and C. Khachikian. 2014. Laboratory investigations of weathering of soils from Mammoth Mountain, CA, a naturally CO2-impacted field site. Environmental Science & Technology 48: 12056.

  • Xie, X., T. Johnson, Y. Wang, C. Lundstrom, A. Ellis, X. Wang and M. Duan. 2013. Mobilization of arsenic in aquifers from the Datong Basin, China. Chemosphere 90: 1878-1884.

  • Xie, X., Y. Wang, A. Ellis, C. Su, J. Li, M. Li and M. Duan. 2013. Delineation of groundwater flow paths using hydrochemical and strontium isotope composition. Journal of Hydrology 476: 87-96.

  • Xie, X., Y. Wang, A. Ellis, J. Li, C. Su and M. Duan. 2013. Multiple isotope (O, S and C) approach elucidates the enrichment of arsenic in the groundwater from the Datong Basin, northern China. Journal of Hydrology 498: 103-112.

  • Langman, J. and A. Ellis. 2013. Geochemical indicators of interbasin groundwater flow within the southern Rio Grande Valley, southwestern USA. Environmental Earth Sciences 68: 1285-1303.

  • Villalobos-Aragón, A., A. Ellis, M. Armienta, O. Morton-Bermea and T. Johnson. 2012. Geochemistry and Cr stable isotopes of Cr-contaminated groundwater in León valley, Guanajuato, México. Applied Geochemistry 27: 1783-1794.

  • Langman, J. and A. Ellis. 2010. Geologic influences on source-water mixing along a paleochannel in the Southern High Plains aquifer, New Mexico. Carbonates and Evaporites 25: 247-265.

  • Langman, J. and A. Ellis. 2010. multi-isotope ( δD, δ 18O, 87Sr/ 86Sr, and δ 11B) approach for identifying saltwater intrusion and resolving groundwater evolution along the Western Caprock Escarpment of the Southern High Plains, New Mexico. Applied Geochemistry 25: 159-174.

  • Noh, H., Y. Huh, J. Qin and A. Ellis. 2009. Chemical weathering in the Three Rivers region of Eastern Tibet. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 73: 1857-1877.

  • Xie, X., Z. Xie, A. Ellis, Y. Wang, M. Duan and C. Su. 2009. Geochemistry of redox-sensitive elements and sulfur isotopes in the high arsenic groundwater system of Datong Basin, China. Science of the Total Environment 407: 3823-3835.

  • Ellis, A., T. Johnson and T. Bullen. 2004. Using chromium stable isotope ratios to quantify Cr(VI) reduction. Environmental Science & Technology 38: 3604-3607.

  • Ellis, A., T. Johnson, M. Herbel and T. Bullen. 2003. Stable isotope fractionation of selenium by natural microbial consortia. Chemical Geology 195: 119-129.

  • Ellis, A., T. Johnson and T. Bullen. 2002. Chromium Isotopes and the Fate of Hexavalent Chromium in the Environment. Science 295: 2060-2062.

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