Publications

Joel Moore

Professor of Geosciences

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ORCID: 0000-0002-5546-9610

Publications

Papers in peer-reviewed journals (Italics for student author, *TU undergraduate student co-author, **TU graduate student co-author)
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20) P. McMahon**, V. B. Beauchamp, R. E. Casey, C. J. Salice, K. Bucher**, M. Marsh**, and J. Moore (2021) Effects of stream restoration by legacy sediment removal and floodplain reconnection on water quality. Environmental Research Letters. 16: 035009.
https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1748-9326/abe007

19) R. J. Miranda, R. Hermann, K. P. Hurley.*, J. Moore (2021) Motivations and Challenges for Pursuing Geoscience Majors at a Public University. Journal of Geoscience Education. 69: 300-312.
https://doi.org/10.1080/10899995.2020.1852847

18) Using plug-flow column reactor data to constrain calcic mineral weathering rates from watershed mass-balance methods: Lithogenic apatite dissolution and phosphorus fluxes into the Loch Vale Watershed ecosystem, Colorado, USA.
Price J. R., Nunez J., Moore, J. (2020) Applied Geochemistry. 120: 104664
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apgeochem.2020.104664

17) High-frequency data reveal deicing salts drive elevated specific conductance and chloride along with pervasive and frequent exceedances of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency aquatic life criteria for chloride in urban streams.
Moore J., Fanelli R. M., Sekellick A. J. (2020)
Environmental Science & Technology. 54: 778-789.
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.9b04316
Related work:
Clickable map with summary data for all sites
USGS data release Fanelli, Sekellick, and Moore (2019) Discrete and high-frequency chloride (Cl) and specific conductance (SC) data sets and Cl-SC regression equations used for analysis of 93 USGS water quality monitoring stations in the eastern United States

16) Nonpoint Source Contributions Drive Elevated Major Ion and Dissolved Inorganic Carbon Concentrations in Urban Watersheds.
Bird D.L.**, Groffman P. M., Salice C. J. Moore J. (2018)
Environmental Science & Technology. 52: 198–204.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.8b03587

15) Nonpoint Source Contributions Drive Elevated Major Ion and Dissolved Inorganic Carbon Concentrations in Urban Watersheds.
Moore J., Bird D.L.**, Dobbis S.K.*, Woodward G.** (2017)
Environmental Science & Technology Letters. 4: 198–204.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.estlett.7b00096

14) Influence of Modern Stormwater Management Practices on Transport of Road Salt to Surface Waters.
Snodgrass J., Moore J., Lev S., Casey R., Ownby D., Flora R.**, Izzo G.** (2017)
Environmental Science & Technology. 51: 4165–4172.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.6b03107

13) Monazite chemical weathering, rare earth element behavior, and paleoglaciohydrology since the Last Glacial Maximum for the Loch Vale watershed, Colorado, USA.
Price J., Moore J., Kerans D. (2017)
Quaternary Research. 87: 191–207.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/qua.2016.16

12) Intensification of swidden agriculture leads to eutrophication of Southeast Asian rivers.
Koning A., Moore J., Suttidate N., Hannigan R., McIntyre P. (2017)
Ecosystems. 20: 393–405.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10021-016-0032-9
Aaron Koning’s blog post on the article.

11) Expanding the Role of Reactive Transport Models in Earth Surface Processes.
Li L., Maher K., Navarre-Sitchler A., Druhan J., Meile C., Lawrence C., Moore J., Perdrial J., Sullivan P., Thompson A., Jin L., Bolton E.W., Brantley S.L., Dietrich W., Mayer U., Steefel C.I., Valocchi A., Zachara J., Kocar B., Mcintosh J., Bao C., Tutolo B.M., Beisman J., Kumar M., Sonnenthal E. (2017)
Earth-Science Reviews. 165: 280–301.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.earscirev.2016.09.001

10) Developing the scientific framework for urban geochemistry.
Chambers L., Chin Y.-P., Filipelli G., Gardner C., Herndon E., Long D., Lyons W.B., Macpherson G., McElmurry S., McLean C., Moore J., Moyer R., Neumann K., Nezat C., Soderberg K., Teutsch N., Widom E. (2016)
Applied Geochemistry. 67: 1–20.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apgeochem.2016.01.005

9) Seasonally varying contributions to urban CO2 in the Chicago, IL, USA region: Insights from a high-resolution CO2 concentration and δ13C record.
Moore J. and Jacobson A. D. (2015)
Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene.
https://www.elementascience.org/articles/52

8) Discovering plate boundaries in data-integrated environments: Preservice teachers’ conceptualization and implementation of scientific practices.
Sezen-Barrie A., Moore J. and Roig C.* (2015)
International Journal of Science Education. 37: 2013-2037.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09500693.2015.1061226

7) Metal release from limestones at high partial-pressures of CO2.
Wunsch A., Navarre-Sitchler A.K., Moore J., McCray J.E. (2014)
Chemical Geology. 363: 40-55.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chemgeo.2013.10.036
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6) Metal release from dolomites at high partial-pressures of CO2.
Wunsch A., Navarre-Sitchler A.K., Moore J., Ricko A.*, McCray J.E. (2013)
Applied Geochemistry. 38: 33-47.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apgeochem.2013.08.005
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5) Tracking the relationship between uplift, silicate weathering, and long-term CO2 consumption with Ca isotopes: Southern Alps, New Zealand.
Moore J., Jacobson A. D., Holmden C., Craw, D. (2013)
Chemical Geology. 341: 110-127.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chemgeo.2013.01.005
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4) Using a reactive transport model to elucidate differences between laboratory and field mineral dissolution rates in regolith profiles.
Moore J., Lichtner, P. C., White A. F., Brantley S. L. (2012)
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 93: 235-261.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gca.2012.03.021
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3) Shifting microbial community structure across a marine terrace grassland chronosequence, Santa Cruz, California.
Moore J., Macalady J. L., Schulz M. S., White A. F., Brantley S. L. (2010)
Soil Biology & Biology. 42: 21-31.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.soilbio.2009.09.015
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2) Towards an analytical model incorporating changes in surface area across reaction fronts in soil profiles.
Brantley S. L., Bandstra J., Moore J., White A. F. (2008)
Geoderma 145: 494-504.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geoderma.2008.02.010

1) Coupling among microbial ecology, iron cycling, and saprolite formation in deep regolith, Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico.
Buss H. L., Bruns M. A., Schultz M. J., Moore J., Mathur C. F., and Brantley S. L. (2005)
Geobiology, 3: 247-260.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1472-4669.2006.00058.x

 

Extended abstracts

3) Modeling the effects of road salt on soil, aquifer, and stream chemistry.
Moore J., Lev S. M., Casey R. E. (2013)
2013 MODFLOW and More Conference Proceedings. 5 pp.
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2) Mars sample return; the value of depth profiles.
Hausrath E. M., Navarre-Sitchler A. K., Moore J., Sak P. B., Brantley S. L., Golden D. C.,
Sutter B., Schroeder C., Socki R., Morris R. V., Ming D. W., Shearer C. K., Agee C. B., and Beaty D. W. (2008)
Ground Truth From Mars: Science Payoff From a Sample Return Mission, LPI Contribution No. 1401, 33-34.

1) Effects of giant sequoia on soil chemistry.
Moore J., White A. F., and Brantley S. L. (2004)
Proceedings of the Eleventh International Symposium on Water-Rock Interaction, Vol. 2 (ed. R. Wanty and R. Seal II). A. A. Balkema Publishers, pp. 1341-1345.

 

Other publications

3) Appendix: Compilation of mineral dissolution rates.
Bandstra J. Z., Buss H. L., Campen R. K., Liermann L. J., Moore J., Hausrath E. M., Navarre-Sitchler A. K., Jang J.-H., and Brantley S. L. (2007)
In Kinetics of Water-Rock Interactions (ed. S. L. Brantley, J. D. Kubicki, and A. F. White). Springer, pp. 737-823.

2) Appendix: Compilation of mineral dissolution rates.
Moore J., Gutierrez E. G., Mecray E. L., and Buchholtz ten Brink M. R. (2006)
Physical Properties of Sediment Cores from Long Island Sound. Open File Report 02-372. U.S. Geological Survey.

1) Women in Geology: A Brief History.
Moore, J.. (2000)
Gaea, 23: 14-18.