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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Research Professor
Department Earth and Ocean Sciences
Institution
University of South Carolina, Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences ( USC)
College of Arts and Sciences 701 Sumter Street, EWS 617 Columbia SC 29208
Address
University of South Carolina, Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences College of Arts and Sciences 701 Sumter Street, EWS 617
Columbia
South Carolina
SC 29208
United States
Regions Black Sea
Sea of Azov
Bristol Channel
Tel 8037772262
Fax 8037776610
Email
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Website http://www.geol.sc.edu/billy.htm
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree Ph. D.
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Chemical Oceanography , Chemical Oceanography
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Willard MOORE)

Gu, Hequan, W.S. Moore, Lei Zhang, Jinzhou Du, Jing Zhang [2012] Using radium isotopes to estimate the residence time and the contribution of SGD in the Changjiang effluent plume to the East China Sea. Cont. Shelf Res. 235, 95-107.
Yucel, Mustafa., W. S. Moore, I. B. Butler, Adrian Boyce, G. W. Luther [2012] Recent sedimentation in the Black Sea: new insights from radionuclide distributions and sulfur isotopes. Deep-Sea Research I, 66, 103-113.
Wilson, A.M. W. S. Moore, S.B. Joye, J.L. Anderson, C.A. Schutte [2011] Storm-driven groundwater flow in a salt marsh. Water Resources Research, 47, doi: 10.1029/2010WR009496.
Moore, W.S., Beck, M., Reidel, T., van der Loeff, M., Dellwig, O., Shaw, T.J., Brumsack, H.-J. [2011] Radium-based pore water fluxes of silica, alkalinity, manganese, DOC, and uranium: A decade of studies in the German Wadden Sea. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75, 6535?6555.
Moore, W.S. [2010] The Effect of Submarine Groundwater Discharge on the Ocean. Annual Reviews of Marine Science, 2, 345-374.
Moore, W.S. and T. J. Shaw [2008] Fluxes and behavior of radium isotopes, barium, and uranium in seven Southeastern US rivers and estuaries. Marine Chemistry, 108, 236-254.
Moore, W.S., W. Ussler,III, C.K. Paull [2008] Short-lived radium isotopes in the Hawaiian margin: Evidence for large fluid fluxes through the Puna Ridge. Marine Chemistry, 109, 421-430.
Moore, W.S., J.L. Sarmiento, and R.M. Key [2008] Submarine Groundwater Discharge Revealed by 228Ra Distribution in the Upper Atlantic Ocean. Nature Geoscience 1, 309 - 311.
Moore, W.S. [2007] Seasonal Distribution and Flux of Radium Isotopes on the Southeastern U.S. Continental Shelf. J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 112, C10013, doi:10.1029/2007JC004199.
Windom, H.L., L.F. Niencheski, W.S. Moore, R. Jahnke [2006] Submarine Groundwater Discharge: a Large, Previously Unrecognized Source of Dissolved Iron to the South Atlantic Ocean. Marine Chemistry, 102: 252-266.
Moore, W.S. and A.M. Wilson [2005] Advective flow through the upper continental shelf driven by storms, buoyancy, and submarine groundwater discharge. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 235, 564-576.
Moore, W.S. and J.M. Krest [2004] Distribution of 223Ra and 224Ra in the Plumes of the Mississippi and Atchafalaya Rivers and the Gulf of Mexico. Marine Chemistry, 86, 105-119.
Moore, W.S. [2003] Sources and fluxes of submarine groundwater discharge delineated by radium isotopes. Biogeochemistry, 66, 75-93
Moore, W.S., J. Krest, G. Taylor, E. Roggenstein, S. Joye, & R. Lee [2002] Thermal evidence of water exchange through a coastal aquifer: Implications for nutrient fluxes, Geophysical Research Letters, 29, 10.1029/2002GL014923
Moore, W. S. [2000] Ages of continental shelf waters determined from 223Ra and 224Ra. J. Geophys. Res., 105, 22117-22122.
Moore, W. S. [2000] Determining coastal mixing rates using radium isotopes Continental Shelf Research, 20, 1993-2007
Moore, W. S. [1999] The subterranean estuary: a reaction zone of ground water and sea water Marine Chemistry, 65, 111-126
Moore, W. S. [1997] The effects of groundwater input at the mouth of the Ganges-Brahmaputra Rivers on barium and radium fluxes to the Bay of Bengal. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 150, 141-150.
Rama and W. S. Moore [1996] Using the radium quartet for evaluating groundwater input and water exchange in salt marshes. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 60, 4645-4652.
Moore, W. S. and Ralph Arnold [1996] Measurement of 223Ra and 224Ra in coastal waters using a delayed coincidence counter. J. Geophys. Res. 101, p1321-1329.
Moore, W. S. [1996] Large groundwater inputs to coastal waters revealed by 226Ra enrichments. Nature 380, 612-614.
Moore, W. S., D. J. DeMaster, J. M. Smoak, B. A. McKee, and P. W. Swarzenski [1996] Radionuclide tracers of sediment-water interactions on the Amazon shelf. Cont. Shelf Res. 16, 645-665.
Moore, W. S., H. Astwood and C. Lindstrom [1995] Radium isotopes in coastal waters on the Amazon shelf. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 59: 4285-4298.


Created: 2004-11-04 Last Updated: 2015-07-03 by Willard MOORE