Dorina Murgulet
Dorina Murgulet
Associate Professor of Hydrogeology, Texas A&M University CorpusChristi
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Application of factor analysis and electrical resistivity to understand groundwater contributions to coastal embayments in semi-arid and hypersaline coastal settings
P Bighash, D Murgulet
Science of the Total Environment 532, 688-701, 2015
Assessing the extent and sources of nitrate contamination in the aquifer system of southern Baldwin County, Alabama
D Murgulet, GR Tick
Environmental Geology 58 (5), 1051-1065, 2009
The extent of saltwater intrusion in southern Baldwin County, Alabama
D Murgulet, G Tick
Environmental Geology 55 (6), 1235-1245, 2008
The Extent of Salt Water Intrusion, Southern Baldwin County, Alabama
D Murgulet, G Tick, C Zheng
AGUFM 2006, H23B-1481, 2006
Understanding the sources and fate of nitrate in a highly developed aquifer system
D Murgulet, GR Tick
Journal of contaminant hydrology 155, 69-81, 2013
Impact of hydrological alterations on river-groundwater exchange and water quality in a semi-arid area: Nueces River, Texas
D Murgulet, V Murgulet, N Spalt, A Douglas, RG Hay
Science of the Total Environment 572, 595-607, 2016
Temporal and spatial fluctuations of groundwater-derived alkalinity fluxes to a semiarid coastal embayment
D Murgulet, M Trevino, A Douglas, N Spalt, X Hu, V Murgulet
Science of the Total Environment 630, 1343-1359, 2018
Intermediate-scale investigation of enhanced-solubilization agents on the dissolution and removal of a multicomponent dense nonaqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) source
GR Tick, JR Harvell, D Murgulet
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 226 (11), 371, 2015
Radioactive and stable isotope measurements reveal saline submarine groundwater discharge in a semiarid estuary
CV Lopez, D Murgulet, IR Santos
Journal of Hydrology 590, 125395, 2020
Spatial variation and availability of nutrients at an oyster reef in relation to submarine groundwater discharge
N Spalt, D Murgulet, H Abdulla
Science of The Total Environment 710, 136283, 2020
Hydroclimatic variability drives submarine groundwater discharge and nutrient fluxes in an anthropogenically disturbed, semi-arid estuary
AR Douglas, D Murgulet, PA Montagna
Science of The Total Environment 755, 142574, 2020
Submarine groundwater discharge in an anthropogenically disturbed, semi-arid estuary
AR Douglas, D Murgulet, RN Peterson
Journal of Hydrology 580, 124369, 2020
Relationships between sea surface temperature anomalies in the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans and South Texas precipitation and streamflow variability
D Murgulet, M Valeriu, RR Hay, P Tissot, AM Mestas-Nunez
Journal of Hydrology 550, 726-739, 2017
Nitrate isotopic composition of sequential Hurricane Harvey wet deposition: Low latitude NOx sources and oxidation chemistry
JD Felix, D Murgulet
Atmospheric Environment 238, 117748, 2020
Relating estuarine geology to groundwater discharge at an oyster reef in Copano Bay, TX
N Spalt, D Murgulet, X Hu
Journal of hydrology 564, 785-801, 2018
Effect of variable‐density groundwater flow on nitrate flux to coastal waters
D Murgulet, GR Tick
Hydrological Processes 30 (2), 302-319, 2016
Groundwater mixing between different aquifer types in a complex structural setting discerned by elemental and stable isotope geochemistry
D Murgulet, M Cook, V Murgulet
Hydrological Processes 30 (3), 410-423, 2016
Characterization of flow dynamics and vulnerability in a coastal aquifer system
D Murgulet, GR Tick
Groundwater 51 (6), 893-903, 2013
Evaluating Groundwater Inflow and Nutrient Transport to Texas Coastal Embayments
D Murgulet, MS Wetz, A Douglas, W McBee, N Spalt, K Linares
Texas General Land Office, Corpus Christi, TX, 2015
Time-series temperature analyses indicate conduction and diffusion are dominant heat-transfer processes in fine sediment, low-flow streams
CG Scotch, D Murgulet, J Constantz
Science of The Total Environment, 144367, 1920
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