Barbara Bekins
Barbara Bekins
Research Hydrologist, U. S. Geological Survey
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Sharp increase in central Oklahoma seismicity since 2008 induced by massive wastewater injection
KM Keranen, M Weingarten, GA Abers, BA Bekins, S Ge
Science 345 (6195), 448-451, 2014
Distributions of microbial activities in deep subseafloor sediments
S D'Hondt, BB Jørgensen, DJ Miller, A Batzke, R Blake, BA Cragg, ...
Science 306 (5705), 2216-2221, 2004
High-rate injection is associated with the increase in US mid-continent seismicity
M Weingarten, S Ge, JW Godt, BA Bekins, JL Rubinstein
Science 348 (6241), 1336-1340, 2015
Coping with earthquakes induced by fluid injection
A McGarr, B Bekins, N Burkardt, J Dewey, P Earle, W Ellsworth, S Ge, ...
Science 347 (6224), 830-831, 2015
A comparison of zero‐order, first‐order, and monod biotransformation models
BA Bekins, E Warren, EM Godsy
Groundwater 36 (2), 261-268, 1998
Simulation of aerobic and anaerobic biodegradation processes at a crude oil spill site
HI Essaid, BA Bekins, EM Godsy, E Warren, MJ Baedecker, IM Cozzarelli
Water Resources Research 31 (12), 3309-3327, 1995
Progression of natural attenuation processes at a crude-oil spill site: I. Geochemical evolution of the plume
IM Cozzarelli, BA Bekins, MJ Baedecker, GR Aiken, RP Eganhouse, ...
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 53 (3-4), 369-385, 2001
Episodic fluid flow in the Nankai accretionary complex: Timescale, geochemistry, flow rates, and fluid budget
DM Saffer, BA Bekins
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 103 (B12), 30351-30370, 1998
Distribution of microbial physiologic types in an aquifer contaminated by crude oil
BA Bekins, EM Godsy, E Warren
Microbial Ecology 37, 263-275, 1999
Heterogeneous hydrofracture development and accretionary fault dynamics
KM Brown, B Bekins, B Clennell, D Dewhurst, G Westbrook
Geology 22 (3), 259-262, 1994
Organic contaminant transport and fate in the subsurface: Evolution of knowledge and understanding
HI Essaid, BA Bekins, IM Cozzarelli
Water Resources Research 51 (7), 4861-4902, 2015
Episodic and constant flow models for the origin of low‐chloride waters in a modern accretionary complex
BA Bekins, AM McCaffrey, SJ Dreiss
Water Resources Research 31 (12), 3205-3215, 1995
Mixing effects on apparent reaction rates and isotope fractionation during denitrification in a heterogeneous aquifer
CT Green, JK Böhlke, BA Bekins, SP Phillips
Water resources research 46 (8), 2010
Use of dissolved and vapor‐phase gases to investigate methanogenic degradation of petroleum hydrocarbon contamination in the subsurface
RT Amos, KU Mayer, BA Bekins, GN Delin, RL Williams
Water Resources Research 41 (2), 2005
Progression of natural attenuation processes at a crude oil spill site: II. Controls on spatial distribution of microbial populations
BA Bekins, IM Cozzarelli, EM Godsy, E Warren, HI Essaid, ME Tuccillo
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 53 (3-4), 387-406, 2001
Smectite diagenesis, pore-water freshening, and fluid flow at the toe of the Nankai wedge
KM Brown, DM Saffer, BA Bekins
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 194 (1-2), 97-109, 2001
A simplified analysis of parameters controlling dewatering in accretionary prisms
BA Bekins, SJ Dreiss
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 109 (3-4), 275-287, 1992
Crude oil at the Bemidji site: 25 years of monitoring, modeling, and understanding
HI Essaid, BA Bekins, WN Herkelrath, GN Delin
Groundwater 49 (5), 706-726, 2011
Limited occurrence of denitrification in four shallow aquifers in agricultural areas of the United States
CT Green, LJ Puckett, JK Böhlke, BA Bekins, SP Phillips, LJ Kauffman, ...
Journal of environmental quality 37 (3), 994-1009, 2008
Inverse modeling of BTEX dissolution and biodegradation at the Bemidji, MN crude-oil spill site
HI Essaid, IM Cozzarelli, RP Eganhouse, WN Herkelrath, BA Bekins, ...
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 67 (1-4), 269-299, 2003
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