Troy E. Gilmore
Troy E. Gilmore
Groundwater Hydrologist/Associate Professor at University of Nebraska - Lincoln
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Per-and polyfluoroalkyl substance (PFAS) transport from groundwater to streams near a PFAS manufacturing facility in North Carolina, USA
MA Pétré, DP Genereux, L Koropeckyj-Cox, DRU Knappe, S Duboscq, ...
Environmental science & technology 55 (9), 5848-5856, 2021
Groundwater transit time distribution and mean from streambed sampling in an agricultural coastal plain watershed, North Carolina, USA
TE Gilmore, DP Genereux, DK Solomon, JE Solder
Water Resources Research 52 (3), 2025-2044, 2016
Source and magnitude of error in an inexpensive image-based water level measurement system
TE Gilmore, F Birgand, KW Chapman
Journal of hydrology 496, 178-186, 2013
Evaluating an unconfined aquifer by analysis of age‐dating tracers in stream water
DK Solomon, TE Gilmore, JE Solder, B Kimball, DP Genereux
Water Resources Research 51 (11), 8883-8899, 2015
Quantifying the fate of agricultural nitrogen in an unconfined aquifer: Stream‐based observations at three measurement scales
TE Gilmore, DP Genereux, DK Solomon, JE Solder, BA Kimball, ...
Water Resources Research 52 (3), 1961-1983, 2016
Baseflow nitrate dynamics within nested watersheds of an agricultural stream in Nebraska, USA
G Richards, TE Gilmore, AR Mittelstet, TL Messer, DD Snow
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 308, 107223, 2021
A tube seepage meter for in situ measurement of seepage rate and groundwater sampling
JE Solder, TE Gilmore, DP Genereux, DK Solomon
Groundwater 54 (4), 588-595, 2016
The use of isotopes in evolving groundwater circulation models of regional continental aquifers: The case of the Guarani Aquifer System
RE Kirchheim, D Gastmans, HK Chang, TE Gilmore
Hydrological Processes 33 (17), 2266-2278, 2019
An automated seepage meter for streams and lakes
DK Solomon, E Humphrey, TE Gilmore, DP Genereux, V Zlotnik
Water Resources Research 56 (4), e2019WR026983, 2020
Evaluation of selected watershed characteristics to identify best management practices to reduce Nebraskan nitrate loads from Nebraska to the Mississippi/Atchafalaya River basin
AR Mittelstet, TE Gilmore, T Messer, DR Rudnick, T Heatherly
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 277, 1-10, 2019
Gas-tracer experiment for evaluating the fate of methane in a coastal plain stream: Degassing versus in-stream oxidation
VM Heilweil, DK Solomon, TH Darrah, TE Gilmore, DP Genereux
Environmental Science & Technology 50 (19), 10504-10511, 2016
Transient streambed hydraulic conductivity in channel and bar environments, Loup River, Nebraska
JT Korus, WP Fraundorfer, TE Gilmore, K Karnik
Hydrological Processes 34 (14), 3061-3077, 2020
Assessing decadal trends of a nitrate-contaminated shallow aquifer in Western Nebraska using groundwater isotopes, age-dating, and monitoring
MJ Wells, TE Gilmore, AR Mittelstet, D Snow, SS Sibray
Water 10 (8), 1047, 2018
Recharge seasonality based on stable isotopes: Nongrowing season bias altered by irrigation in Nebraska
M Cherry, T Gilmore, A Mittelstet, D Gastmans, V Santos, JB Gates
Hydrological Processes 34 (7), 1575-1586, 2020
Determination of vadose zone and saturated zone nitrate lag times using long-term groundwater monitoring data and statistical machine learning
MJ Wells, TE Gilmore, N Nelson, A Mittelstet, JK Böhlke
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 25 (2), 811-829, 2021
Quantifying an aquifer nitrate budget and future nitrate discharge using field data from streambeds and well nests
TE Gilmore, DP Genereux, DK Solomon, KM Farrell, H Mitasova
Water Resources Research 52 (11), 9046-9065, 2016
Effects of drought on groundwater-fed lake areas in the Nebraska Sand Hills
N Shrestha, AR Mittelstet, TE Gilmore, V Zlotnik, CM Neale
Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 36, 100877, 2021
Influence of watershed characteristics on streambed hydraulic conductivity across multiple stream orders
OP Abimbola, AR Mittelstet, TE Gilmore, JT Korus
Scientific reports 10 (1), 3696, 2020
Streambed flux measurement informed by distributed temperature sensing leads to a significantly different characterization of groundwater discharge
TE Gilmore, M Johnson, J Korus, A Mittelstet, MA Briggs, V Zlotnik, ...
Water 11 (11), 2312, 2019
Needs assessment: watershed science for water resources directors
TE Gilmore, J Korus, L Pennisi, D Martin, K Pekarek
The Journal of Extension 57 (4), 10, 2019
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