Slater, Lee

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  • Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Rutgers University Newark
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Investigations of methane cycling in wetlands using multi-scale geophysical methods. Measurement and modeling of free phase methane gas dynamics and releases to the atmosphere from northern peatlands and coastal wetlands.




1.      Algeo*, J., Slater, L., Binley, A., Van Dam, R.L. and Watts, C., 2018 ExternalA comparison of GPR early-time signal approaches for mapping changes in shallow soil water content, Vadose Zone Journal, doi:10.2136/vzj2018.01.0001

2.      Chen#, X., Comas, X., Binley, A and L. Slater$, 2018, ExternalA lumped bubble capacitance model controlled by matrix structure to describe layered biogenic gas bubble storage in shallow subtropical peat, Water Resources Research, 54, 8, 5487-5503,

3.      Robinson, J., Slater, L., Weller, A., Keating, K., Robinson, T. and B. Parker, 2018, ExternalOn permeability prediction from complex conductivity measurements using polarization magnitude and relaxation time, Water Resources Research,

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