Publications

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

Gellasch, C., H. Wang, K. Bradbury and J. Bahr 2013 (published on-line March 2013) Reverse water-level fluctuations associated with fracture connectivity, Groundwater DOI: 10.1111/gwat.12040

Gellasch, C , K. Bradbury, D. Hart and J. Bahr, 2013 Characterization of fracture connectivity in a siliciclastic bedrock aquifer near a public supply well, Hydrogeology Journal 21(2): 383-399, DOI 10.1007/s10040-012-0914-7

Leaf, A.T., D.J. Hart and J.M. Bahr, 2012, Active thermal tracer tests for improved hydrostratigraphic characterization, Ground Water 50(5): 726-735

Craig, L., J. Bahr and E. Roden, 2010 Localized zones of denitrification in a floodplain aquifer in southern Wisconsin, Hydrogeology Journal, 18(8):1867-1879

Root, T. L, M. B. Gotkowitz, J. M. Bahr, and J. W. Attig, 2010, Arsenic geochemistry and hydrostratigraphy in Midwestern U.S. glacial deposits, Ground Water Ground Water 46(6): 903-912 doi: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2009.00637.x

Wilcox, J.D., M. B. Gotkowitz, K. R. Bradbury, and J. M. Bahr, 2010. Using groundwater models to evaluate strategies for drinking-water protection in rural subdivisions, J.  Am. Planning Assoc. 76: 3, 295-304.

Wilcox, J.D. J.M. Bahr, K.R. Bradbury, 2009. Removal of organic wastewater contaminants in septic systems utilizing advanced pretreatment technologies. Journal of Environmental Quality, 38:148-156

Kurtz, A. M, J. M. Bahr, Q. J. Carpenter, and R. J. Hunt, 2007. The importance of subsurface geology for water source and vegetation communities in Cherokee Marsh, Wisconsin, Wetlands 27(1):198-202.

Swanson, S.K., J. M. Bahr, and J.D. Wilcox, 2006.  A solid waste landfill siting exercise for an introductory environmental geology course.  J. of Geoscience Education, 54(4): 458-463.

Swanson, S. K., J. M. Bahr, K. R. Bradbury, and K. M. Anderson, 2006. Evidence for preferential flow through sandstone aquifers in southern Wisconsin, Sedimentary Geology 184(2006): 331-342

Pfeiffer, S., J. Bahr, and R. Beilfuss, 2006. Identification of groundwater flowpaths and denitrification zones in a dynamic floodplain aquifer, Journal of Hydrology, 325(2006): 262-272.

Wilcox, J. D., K. R. Bradbury, C. L. Thomas, and J. M. Bahr, 2005. Assessing Background Ground Water Chemistry Beneath a New Unsewered Subdivision. Ground Water 43(6): 787-795.

Schreiber, M. E., G. R. Carey, D. T. Feinstein and J. M. Bahr, 2004. Mechanisms of electron acceptor utilization: implications for simulating anaerobic biodegradation, J. Cont. Hyd. 73:99-127.

Swanson, S. K., and J. M. Bahr, 2004. Analytical and numerical models to explain steady rates of spring flow, Ground Water 42(5):747-759.

Schreiber M.E. and J.M. Bahr.  2002.  Nitrate-enhanced bioremediation of BTEX-contaminated groundwater: parameter estimation from natural-gradient tracer experiments.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 55: 29-56.

Swanson, S. K., J. M. Bahr, M. T. Schwar, and K. W. Potter, 2001, Two-way cluster analysis of geochemical data to constrain spring source waters, Chemical Geology 179 (2001), 73-79.

Schreiber, M. E., G. R. Moline and J. M. Bahr, 1999. Using hydrochemical facies to delineate groundwater flowpaths in fractured shale, Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation, v. 19, no. 1, 95-109.

Shi, Y., M. D. Zwolinski, M. E. Schreiber, J. M. Bahr, G. W. Sewell, and W. J. Hickey, 1999. Molecular analysis of microbial community structures in pristine and contaminated aquifers: Field and laboratory microcosm experiments, Applied Environmental Microbiology, v. 65, no. 5, 2143-2150.

Schreiber, M. E. and J. M. Bahr, 1999.  Spatial electron acceptor variability: Implications for assessing bioremediation potential, Bioremediation Journal, 3(4) 363-378.

Moline, G. R., M. E. Schreiber, and J. M. Bahr, 1998. Representative groundwater monitoring in fractured porous systems, Journal of Environmental Engineering v.124 n. 6, pp. 530-538.

Zierenberg, R. Y. Fouquet, D. J. Miller, J. M. Bahr and 24 others, 1998. The deep structure of a sea-floor hydrothermal deposit, Nature v. 392, pp. 485-488.

Keating, E. H. and J. M. Bahr, 1998. Using reactive solutes to constrain groundwater flow models at a site in northern Wisconsin, Water Resources Research, v. 34, no. 12, pp. 3561-3571.

Keating, E. H. and J. M. Bahr, 1998. Reactive transport modeling of redox geochemistry: Approaches to chemical disequilibrium and reaction rate estimation at a site in northern Wisconsin, Water Resources Research, v. 34, no. 12, pp. 3573-3584.

Schreiber, M. E., J. M. Bahr, M. Zwolinski, Y. Shi, W.J. Hickey and K.A. Brownell, 1997.  Field and laboratory studies of BTEX bioremediation under denitrifying conditions, In Situ and On-Site Bioremediation, 4(5), Battelle Press, pp. 13-18.

Moline, G. R. and J. M. Bahr, 1995. Estimating spatial distributions of heterogeneous subsurface characteristics by regionalized classification of electrofacies, Mathematical Geology, v. 27, no. 1, pp. 3-22.

Meigs, L. C. and J. M. Bahr, 1995. Three dimensional groundwater flow near narrow surface-water bodies, Water Resources Research, v. 31, no. 12, pp. 3299-3307.

Weaver, T. R. and J. M. Bahr, 1992. Reply to Discussion by D. I. Siegel of “Geochemical evolution of the Cambrian-Ordovician Sandstone Aquifer, Eastern Wisconsin”. Ground Water, v. 30, no. 2, pp. 275-276.

Chambers, L. W. and J. M. Bahr, 1992.  Tracer test evaluation of a drainage ditch capture zone.  Ground Water, v. 30, no.5 pp. 667-675.

Moline, G. R., J. M. Bahr, P. A. Drzewiecki and L. D. Shepherd, 1992. Identification and characterization of pressure seals through the use of wireline logs: a multivariate statistical approach.  The Log Analyst, July-August 1992, pp. 362-372.

Weaver, T. R. and J. M. Bahr, 1991. Geochemical evolution in the sandstone aquifer, eastern Wisconsin. 1. Major ion and radionuclide distribution. Ground Water, v. 29, no. 3, pp. 350-356.

Weaver, T. R. and J. M. Bahr, 1991. Geochemical evolution in the sandstone aquifer, eastern Wisconsin. 2. Correlation between flow paths and ground-water chemistry.  Ground Water, v.29, no. 4, pp. 510-515.

Abriola, L. M. and J. M. Bahr, 1991.  IAHS/AGU symposium on groundwater contamination. Environ. Geol. Water Sci., v. 17, no. 3, pp. 171-175.

Bahr, J. M., 1990.  Kinetically influenced terms for solute transport affected by heterogeneous and homogeneous classical reactions.  Water Res. Research, v. 26, no. 1, pp. 21-34.

Bahr, J. M., 1989.  Analysis of nonequilibrium desorption of volatile organics during field test of aquifer decontamination.  J. Cont. Hyd., v. 4, pp. 205-222.

Li, C., J. M. Bahr, E. G. Reichard, J. J. Butler, and I. Remson, 1987. Optimal siting of artificial recharge: an analysis of objective functions. Ground Water, v. 25, no. 2, pp. 141-150.

Bahr, J. M. and J. Rubin, 1987.  Direct comparison of kinetic and local equilibrium formulations for solute transport affected by surface reactions.  Water Res. Research, v. 23, no. 3, pp. 438-452.

Solomon, E. and J. Bahr, 1982.  Seismic safety analysis of Lower Crystal Springs Dam:  A case history.  Bull. of Assoc. of Eng. Geologists, vol. XIX, no.4, pp. 411-416.

Bahr, J. M., 1981.  Les ressources en eau souterraine au Mali, Afrique Occidentale: quatre etudes regionales.  Bull. BRGM(2  serie) Section III, no. 4, 1980-1981, pp. 343-352.

PEER REVIEWED BOOK CHAPTERS

Root, T.L., J. M. Bahr, and M. B. Gotkowitz, 2005. Geochemical and environmental controls on arsenic in groundwater near Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. in O’Day, P.A., D. Vlassopoulos, X. Meng, and L. G. Benning (eds.) Advances in Arsenic Research: Integration of Experimental and Observational Studies and Implications for Mitigation, ACS  Symposium Series Vol. 915, American Chemical Society, pp. 161-174.

Riemersma, P., J. Bahr and M. Anderson, 1996.  A comparison of geological and stochastic approaches to characterization of heterogeneity and their effects on simulations of pump-and-treat systems, in Uncertainty in the geologic environment: from theory to practice (Uncertainty ’96), Geotechnical Division ASCE, pp. 1003-1018.

Arnold, B. W., J. M. Bahr, and R. Fantucci, 1996. Paleohydrogeology of the Upper Mississippi Valley lead-zinc district. in D. F. Sangster (ed.) Carbonate-Hosted Lead Zinc Deposits, Society of Economic Geologists Special Publication No. 4., pp.378-389.

Bahr, J. M., G. R. Moline, and G. Nadon, 1994.  Anomalous pressures in the deep Michigan Basin, in Ortoleva, P. (ed.), Basin Compartments and Seals, AAPG Memoir 61, pp. 153-165.

Moline, G. R., J. M. Bahr and P. A. Drzewiecki, 1994.  Permeability and porosity estimation by electrofacies determination, in Ortoleva, P. (ed.), Basin Compartments and Seals, AAPG Memoir 61, pp. 201-209.

Shepherd, L. D., P. A. Drzewiecki, J. M. Bahr and A. Simo, 1994. Silica budget for a diagenetic seal, in Ortoleva, P. (ed.), Basin Compartments and Seals, AAPG Memoir 61, pp. 369-384.

Meigs, L. C. and J. M. Bahr, 1993.  Tracer test evaluation of groundwater-surface water interactions. Tracers in Hydrology, IAHS Publ. no. 215, pp. 235-240.

Bahr, J. M., 1990. Scaling relations for use of batch data in design of reactive tracer tests. in Transport and Mass Exchange Processes in Sand and Gravel Aquifers: Field and Modeling Studies, G. Moltyaner, ed., AECL 10308.  Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, Chalk River, Ontario, Volume 2, pp. 757-774.

Chambers, L. W. and J. M. Bahr, 1990.  Tracer study in a complex three-dimensional flow system. in Transport and Mass Exchange Processes in Sand and Gravel Aquifers: Field and Modeling Studies, G. Moltyaner, ed., AECL 10308.  Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, Chalk River, Ontario, Volume 1, pp. 355-372.

Moline, G. R., J. M. Bahr and L. D. Shepherd, 1990. A multivariate statistical method for using geophysical log data to delineate hydrostratigraphy and estimate hydraulic parameters:  St. Peter Sandstone, Michigan Basin. in Proceedings Fifth Canadian/American Conference on Hydrogeology, Parameter Identification and Estimation for Aquifer and Reservoir Characterization. National Water Well Association, Dublin, Ohio, pp. 214-228.

Shepherd, L. D., J. M. Bahr and G. R. Moline, 1990. Determination of scales of porosity variability through the use of image analysis. in Proceedings Fifth Canadian/American Conference on Hydrogeology, Parameter Identification and Estimation for Aquifer and Reservoir Characterization. National Water Well Association, Dublin, Ohio, pp. 201-213.

Jackson, R.E., J.M. Bahr, D.W. Belanger and S. Walbridge, 1986.  The Gloucester Project: A study in organic contaminant hydrogeology. In Proceedings of the Second Canadian/American Conference on Hydrogeology, National Water Well Association, Dublin, Ohio, pp. 37-48.

Whiffin, R.B. and J.M. Bahr, 1985.  Assessment of purge well effectiveness for aquifer decontamination, in Proceedings of the Fourth National Symposium on Aquifer Restoration and Ground Water Monitoring, May 23-25,1984.  National Water Well Association, Worthington, OH, pp. 75-81.

CONTRIBUTIONS TO MONOGRAPHS AND MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS

Swanson, S. K., J. M. Bahr and K. W. Potter, 2006, A Local Meteoric Water Line for Madison, Wisconsin, WI Geol. & Nat. Hist. Survey Open File Report 2006-01, 4 p.

National Research Council, 2006, Earth Material and Health: Research Priorities for Earth Science and Public Health, National Academy Press, 126 p. (member of committee that wrote this report)

National Research Council, 2005, Re-engineering water storage in the Everglades: Risks and Opportunities, National Academy Press, 128 p. (chaired committee that wrote this report)

National Research Council, 2003, Does Water Flow Influence Everglades Landscape Patterns? National Academy Press, 50 p. (chaired committee that wrote this report)

National Research Council, 2003, Adaptive Monitoring and Assessment for the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan, National Academy Press, 122 p. (chaired committee that wrote this report)

National Research Council, 2002, Florida Bay Research Programs and their Relation to the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan, National Academy Press, 54 p. (chaired the committee that wrote this report)

National Research Council, 2002, Regional Issues in Aquifer Storage and Recovery for Everglades Restoration: A Review of the ASR Regional Study Project Management Plan of the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan, National Academy Press, 75 p. (chaired the committee that wrote this report)

Wisconsin DNR Technical Advisory Group, 2002, A review of aquifer storage and recovery techniques, 40 p. (member of group that wrote this report and served as primary editor of the final version of the report)

National Research Council, 2001, Aquifer Storage and Recovery in the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan, National Academy Press, 58 p. (I chaired the committee that wrote this report)

National Research Council, 2001, Conceptual Models of Flow and Transport in the Fractured Vadose Zone, National Academy Press, 374 p. (Member of the panel that produced this report)

Hornberger et al., 2001, A Plan for a New Science Initiative on the Global Water Cycle, US Global Change Research Program, Washington D.C., 118 p. (member of committee that produced this report)

Bahr, J. M., 1996. Groundwater, in Macmillan Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences, E. J. Dasche (ed.), Macmillan Publishing Co., New York. Vol 1, pp. 441- 444.

Bahr, J. M., 1996. Pollution of Groundwater Aquifers, in Macmillan Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences, E. J. Dasche (ed.), Macmillan Publishing Co., New York. Vol. 2, pp. 882-884.

National Research Council, 1995, Review of U.S. Department of Energy Technical Basis Report for Surface Characteristics, Preclosure Hydrology, and Erosion, Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 131 pages (Vice-Chair of committee that wrote this report)

National Research Council, 1995, Technical Bases for Yucca Mountain Standards, Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 205 pages (member of committee that wrote this report)

Bahr, J. M., 1992. Groundwater transport of contaminants, in Encyclopedia of Earth System Science, Vol. 2, W. A. Nierenberg, ed., Academic Press, San Diego, CA. pp. 455-464.

IAHS/ICGW (J. M. Bahr contributor to working group), 1988.  Consequences of spatial variability in aquifer properties and data limitations for groundwater modeling practice.  UNESCO IHP Project 2.4D.

Jackson, R.E., R.J. Patterson, B.W. Graham, J. Bahr, D. Belanger, J. Lockwood and M. Priddle, 1985.  Contaminant Hydrogeology of Toxic Organic Chemicals at a Disposal Site, Gloucester, Ontario.1. Chemical concepts and site assessment. Inland Waters Directorate Scientific Series no. 141, Environment Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, 114 p.

BOOKS EDITED

Shipley, T. H., Y. Ogawa, P. Blum and J. M. Bahr editors, 1997, Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Sci. Results v. 156 Northern Barbados Ridge, 366 pages.

BOOK REVIEWS

River Basin Planning: Theory and Practice, (S. K. Saha and C. J. Barrow eds.), reviewed by J. M. Bahr, Economic Geology 77(6), p. 1600, 1982.

Principes et Methodes de l’Hydrogeologie (G. Castany), reviewed by J. M. Bahr, Economic Geology, 77(8), p. 1959, 1982.

Karst Hydrology, with Special Reference to the Dinaric Karst (Ognjen Bonacci), reviewed by J. M. Bahr, Economic Geology 84(1), p. 201-202, 1989.

Applied Groundwater Hydrology (R. A. Downing and W. B. Wilkerson), reviewed by J. M. Bahr, Economic Geology 87 (8), 2193-2194, 1992.

The Hidden Sea: Ground Water, Springs and Wells (F. H. Chapelle), reviewed by J. M. Bahr, Geotimes 43(12), p. 38, 1998.

ABSTRACTS

Leaf, A. T., J. M. Bahr and D. J. Hart, 2010, Distributed temperature sensing for characterizing vertical aquifer heterogeneity, AWRA Wisconsin Section Meeting, Program and Abstracts, p.10.

Leaf, A.T., J. M. Bahr, and D. J. Hart, 2009, Distributed temperature sensing as a hydrostratigraphic characterization tool, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program

Leaf, A.T. and J. M. Bahr, 2009, Distributed temperature sensing as a hydrostratigraphic tool for aquifer storage recovery. AWRA Wisconsin Section Meeting, Program and Abstracts, p.19.

Miller, C.A., J. M. Bahr and E. E. Roden, 2009, Influence of wetland hydrodynamics on subsurface microbial redox transformations of nitrate and iron. AWRA Wisconsin Section Meeting, Program and Abstracts, p.40.

Sugita, F. and J.M. Bahr, 2009, Variation in spring water chemistries with small discharging zones, AWRA Wisconsin Section Meeting, Program and Abstracts, p.49.

Dickoff, M.E. and J. M. Bahr 2009, Modeling flow and arsenic contamination in an aquifer storage recovery system, Green Bay WI, AWRA Wisconsin Section Meeting, Program and Abstracts, p.52.

Dickoff, M.E. and J.M. Bahr, 2008, Modeling aquifer storage and recovery and arsenic contamination in a Cambrian-Ordovician Aquifer system, Green Bay, WI, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program

Leaf, A.T. and J.M. Bahr, 2008, Water quality changes during aquifer storage recovery in the Cambrian-Ordovician Aquifer, Oak Creek, WI, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program

Pelayo A.M,, T.A. Evanson, J.M. Bahr and M.E Gordon, 2008, Retrospective study of closed leaking underground storage tank (UST) sites in Wisconsin, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program

Craig, L.C., J.M. Bahr, E.Roden, K.W. Potter, 2007, Identifying denitrification zones and processes in a riparian floodplain and wetland at Dorn Creek Marsh Nature Preserve, Dane County, Wisconsin, AWRA Wisconsin Section Meeting, Program and Abstracts, p. 11

Wilcox, J. D, J. M. Bahr, C.J. Hedman, C.J., and K. Bradbury, 2006, Investigation of source concentrations and transport of hormones and pharmaceuticals beneathe on-site waste-water treatments systems, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program

Gotkowitz, M.B., J.D. Wilcox, K.R. Bradbury, and J.M. Bahr, 2006, Using Groundwater Models to Assess Flow to Wells in Residential Subdivisions, AWRA Wisconsin Section Meeting, Program and Abstracts, p. 51

Wilcox, J. D, J. M. Bahr, C.J. Hedman, C.J., and K. Bradbury, 2006, Investigation of Hormone and Pharmaceutical Transport through Unsaturated and Saturated Sediments Using Laboratory Column Experiments, AWRA Wisconsin Section Meeting, Program and Abstracts, p. 12.

Craig, L., J. M. Bahr, E. A. Murdock and K.W. Potter, 2006, Groundwater/Surface Water Interactions in a Small Midwestern Wetland and Implications for Denitrification, AWRA Wisconsin Section Meeting, Program and Abstracts, p. 29

Greve, R.M., J.M. Bahr, T. Evanson, A. Pelayo, D.W. Hall, J. Skinner, 2006, Evaluation of Natural Attenuation at Closed Wisconsin Leaking Underground Storage Tank Sites, AWRA Wisconsin Section Meeting, Program and Abstracts, p. 9.

Keller, N. R., R. M. Greve, J. M. Bahr, T. A. Evanson, A. M. Pelayo and J. Skinner, 2005. An assessment of Wisconsin’s natural attenuation closure protocol. AWRA Wisconsin Section Meeting, Program and Abstracts, p. 45.

Bahr, J. M. 2005, Natural tracers as tools to address management issues related to groundwater-surface water interactions, GSA NC Section meeting, Abstracts with Program

Wilcox, J. D., K. Bradbury and J. M Bahr, 2005, Implications for the use of shallow private versus deep municipal wells for water supply at the urban fringe, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program.

Schulmeister, M. K., A. L. Hess, A. Pelayo, T. Evanson, J.M. Bahr, R. Greve, D. Hall and J. Rauman, 2005, A direct-push-based geochemical assessment of natural attenuation at a former underground storage tank site, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program.

Gittings, H. and J. Bahr, 2004, Hydrogeologic Controls on Springs in the Mukwonago River Watershed, SE Wisconsin, AWRA WI Section meeting, Abstracts with Program p. 13

Root, T. L., J. M. Bahr and M. B. Gotkowitz, 2004, Geochemical and Environmental Controls on Arsenic in Groundwater Near Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, AWRA WI Section meeting, Abstracts with Program p. 28.

Wilcox, J.D., J.M. Bahr and K.R. Bradbury, 2004. Viruses, Hormones, Pharmaceuticals, and other Household Products as Potential Groundwater Contaminants from On-site Wastewater Treatment Systems, AWRA WI Section meeting, Abstracts with Program p. 29.

Root, T., J. Bahr, M. Gotkowitz, and J. Attig, 2004. Geologic controls on the spatial variability of arsenic concentrations in groundwater in Wisconsin, GSA NC Section meeting, Abstracts with Program.

Wilcox, J.D. R.A. Allen, and J.M. Bahr, 2004. Testing the uses and limitations of student response technology in an introductory geology course, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program.

Bahr, J.M., 2004. Adding a health risk assessment component to a contaminant hydrogeology course project, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program.

Gittings, H. E. and J.M. Bahr, 2004. Assessing potential impacts of increased groundwater withdrawals on surface water resources of a watershed in SE Wisconsin, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program.

Root, T.L., J.M. Bahr, M.B Gotkowitz, 2004. Controls on arsenic concentrations in ground water near Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, AGU Fall Meeting

Wilcox, J. D., K. R. Bradbury, J. M. Bahr and J. A. Pedersen, 2004. Pharmaceuticals and hormones as potential ground water contaminants from on-site wastewater-treatment systems, NGWA 4th International Conference on Pharmaceuticals and Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals, Minneapolis, Oct. 13-15 2004.

McDermott A., J. Bahr and Q. Carpenter, 2003. Hydrogeologic and vegetative gradients across a wetland transect in south central Wisconsin, AWRA WI section meeting, Abstracts with program p. 3.

Wilcox J.D., K. R. Bradbury, J. M. Bahr, and C. L. Thomas, 2003. Spatial and Temporal Variability of Groundwater Chemistry Beneath Agricultural Land: Implications for Assessing Environmental Impacts of a New Unsewered Subdivision, AWRA WI section meeting, Abstracts with program p. 33.

Wilcox, Jeffrey D., Bradbury, Kenneth R., Bahr, Jean M., and Thomas, Curtis L., 2003, Variability of groundwater quality beneath an unsewered rural subdivision, GSA 2003 Annual Meeting Abstracts with Program

Root, Tara L., Bahr, J. M. and Gotkowitz, Madeline, 2003, Arsenic in groundwater in southeastern Wisconsin: sources of arsenic and mechanisms controlling arsenic mobility, GSA 2003 Annual Meeting Abstracts with Program

Gittings, H. and Bahr J. 2003, Hydrogeologic controls on springs in the Mukwonago River Watershed, SE Wisconsin, GSA 2003 Annual Meeting Abstracts with Program

McDermott, A., Bahr, J. and Carpenter, Q. 2003. Hydrogeologic and vegetative gradients across a wetland transect in south central Wisconsin, GSA 2003 Annual Meeting Abstracts with Program

Root, T.L., Bahr, J.M., and Gotkowitz, M.B., 2003. , Arsenic in Groundwater in Southeastern Wisconsin: Sources of Arsenic and Mechanisms of Arsenic Mobilization, in 226th ACS National Meeting Program and Abstracts

Root, T., J. M. Bahr and M. B. Gotkowitz, 2002. Arsenic Contamination in Southeast Wisconsin; Sources of Arsenic and Mechanisms of Arsenic Mobilization, AWRA WI Section meeting, Abstracts with program p. 13-14.

Bahr, J. M., 2002, Hydrologic considerations in respository siting, Abstracts with Programs – Geological Society of America

Ekstrom, I.L, J. M. Bahr, and K. Brownell 2002, Response of redox conditions to air sparging in a geochemically heterogeneous groundwater system, Abstracts with Programs – Geological Society of America

Swanson, S. K., K. M. Anderson, M. B. Gotkowitz, J. M. Bahr, and K. R. Bradbury, 2002, Characterization of laterally continuous high permeability zones within the Tunnel City Group in Southern Wisconsin, Abstracts with Programs – Geological Society of America

Root, T. L. and J. M. Bahr, 2002, Arsenic contamination in southeast Wisconsin: Sources of arsenic and mechanisms of mobilization, Abstracts with Programs – Geological Society of America

Anderson, K. M. and J. M. Bahr, 2001, Understanding controls on springs in the Pheasant Branch Watershed, Middleton, WI, AWRA WI section meeting, Abstracts with program p. 9.

Swanson, S. K. and J. M. Bahr, 2001, Evaluating conceptual models of spring systems in glaciated terrain, AWRA WI section meeting, Abstracts with program p. 18.

Pfeiffer, S. M., J. M. Bahr, and R.D. Beilfuss, 2001, Groundwater-surface water interactions in a lowland savanna on the Lower Wisconsin River, AWRA WI section meeting, Abstracts with program p. 14-15.

Schreiber, M.E., M.D. Zwolinski, P. J. Taglia, J. M. Bahr, and W. J. Hickey, 2001, Microbiological and hydrogeochemical controls on anaerobic biodegradations of petroleum hydrocarbons, Case study from Fort McCoy, WI, EOS, AGU Spring Meeting

Anderson, K. M. and J. M. Bahr, 2001, Physical characterization of the bedrock aquifer system in Pheasant Branch Watershed, Middleton WI, Midwest Ground Water Conference, Program and Abstracts, p. 32.

Anderson K. M. and J. M. Bahr, 2001, Hydraulic and geophysical tools for hydrostratigraphic analysis of a bedrock aquifer, Abstracts with Programs – Geological Society of America. 33; 6, p. A8

Swanson, S. K. and J. M. Bahr, 2001, A refined groundwater flow model for the Nine Springs area near Madison, WI. Abstracts with Programs – Geological Society of America. 33; 6, p. A411.

Bahr, J. M., S. Swanson, L. Parent, D. Chapel, and K. Anderson, 2000. Effects of urbanization on spring-fed wetlands in the upper Midwest, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, A123.

Root, T. L. and J. M. Bahr, 2000. Using ground water chemistry to delineate flow paths near Franklin Lake Playa, Inyo County, CA, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, A338.

Swanson, S. K, and J. M Bahr, 2000. The use of synthetic groundwater flow models to test conceptual models of spring flow, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, A335.

Taglia, P. J, M. E. Schreiber, and J. M. Bahr, 1999. Using in situ microcosms to evaluate spatial heterogeneity of BTEX biodegradation under nitrate-reducing conditions, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, A323.

Swanson, S. K. and J. M. Bahr, 1999. Determining source waters for the springs in the Nine Springs watershed, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, A331.

Pfeiffer, S. M., J. M. Bahr, and R. D. Beilfuss, 1999.Groundwater – surface water interactions in a lowland savanna wetland, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, A330.

Bahr, J. M., K. W. Potter, S. K. Swanson, M. T. Schwar, S. E. Domber, K.R. Bradbury, and J. T.       Krohelski, 1999. A tale of two watersheds on the urban fringe, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, A156.

Domber, S. and J. M. Bahr, 1999. An improved hydrogeologic model for spring protection in the Token Creek watershed , GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, A289.

Dansart, A. M., J. M. Bahr and J. W. Attig, 1999. Using ground-penetrating radar to map fossil permafrost wedges that are preferential flow paths for leaching to groundwater, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, A76.

Schwar, M. T., K. W. Potter, S. K. Swanson, and J. M. Bahr, 1998. Maintaining water supply to groundwater-fed aquatic systems, Supplement to EOS, 79(17), S75.

Schreiber, M. E. and J. M. Bahr, 1998. Experimental and modeling approaches to enhancing BTEX biodegradation, Supplement to EOS, 79(17), S144.

Swanson, S. K. and J. M. Bahr, 1998. Balancing municipal groundwater withdrawals with groundwater inputs to an urbanizing watershed, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, A68.

Schreiber, M. E., M. D. Zwolinski, W. J. Hickey and J. M. Bahr, 1998. Geochemical and microbiological processes controlling anaerobic biodegradation of petroleum-contaminated groundwater, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, A303.

Bahr, J. M., 1998. Beyond the Davis Basin: Site evaluation projects for a course in contaminant hydrogeology, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, A306.

Anderson, M. P., J. S. Aiken, E. K. Webb, P. E. Riemersma, D. M. Mickelson, and J. M. Bahr, 1998. Sedimentology, hydrogeology and simulation of two braided stream deposits, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, A104.

VanderVelden, J. M, M. A. Muldoon and J. M. Bahr, 1997. Characterization of discrete flow paths in fractured aquifer using chemical signatures, GSA North-Central Section Meeting Abstracts with Programs, 29(4), A77.

Brunner, C. A, G. G. Zuffa and J. M. Bahr, 1997. Extremely fast sedimentation rates at Escanaba Trough (Gorda Ridge) may be related to glacier outburst floods, Supplement to EOS, 78(46), F363.

Schreiber, M. E., J.M. Bahr and W. J. Hickey, 1996. Evidence for intrinsic bioremediation in a BTEX-contaminated wetland aquifer. GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, A132.

Riemersma, P. E., J. M. Bahr, and M. P. Anderson, 1996.  Simulations of advective transport and importance of high permeability facies in an outwash deposit.  AAPG Annual Mtg. (invited)

VanderVelden, J. M., J. M. Bahr, and M. A. Muldoon, 1996. Physical and chemical heterogeneity in a fractured carbonate aquifer, Door County, WI.  GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, A460.

Bahr, J. M. and F. M. Phillips, 1996. High-Level Waste: How to Formulate the Standard? Supplement to EOS, 77(44), F20.(invited)

Arola, C.C. and J. M. Bahr, 1996. A numerical multi-model approach to assess the degradation of organic groundwater contaminants influenced by air sparging, Supplement to EOS, 77(44), F240.

Keating, E. H. and J. M. Bahr, 1996. Redox geochemistry of groundwater discharging to a stream in Northern Wisconsin: Application of reactive-transport modeling, Supplement to EOS, 77(44), F247.

Schrieber, M. E., G. R. Moline, and J. M. Bahr, 1995. Designing sampling strategies for fractured media. AWRA WI section annual meeting.

Bahr, J. M., G. Eberli and P. K. Swart, 1995. Simulation of coupled heat and fluid flow in a carbonate bank, SEPM Congress on Sedimentary Geology Program and Abstracts p. 27. (invited)

Swart, P. K., G. Eberli, G. Melim, and J. M. Bahr, 1995. Implications of fluid flow for the stabilization of carbonate platforms, SEPM Congress on Sedimentary Geology Program and Abstracts p. 119-110.

Riemersma, P. E., M. P. Anderson and J. M. Bahr, 1995. The effect of spatial continuity in hydraulic conductivity on particle transport, Supplement to EOS, 76(46), F180.

Schreiber, M. E., G. R. Moline and J. M. Bahr, 1995. Using hydraulic and geochemical data to assess spatial patterns of groundwater flow in fractured shale,  Supplement to EOS, 76(46), F275.

Schreiber, M. E., G. R. Moline and J. M. Bahr, 1994. Sampling strategies for fractured media, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, A-411.

Riemersma, P. E., J. M. Bahr, and M. P. Anderson, 1994.  Model simulations of pump-and treat systems in heterogeneous braided stream aquifers, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, A-506.

Meigs, L. C. and J. M. Bahr, 1994. Three-dimensional groundwater flow patterns near ditches.  EOS Supplement v. 75, no. 44, p. 260.

Moline, G. R., and J. M. Bahr, 1993.  The role of diagenesis in controlling hydrologic characteristics: St. Peter Sandstone, Michigan basin.  EOS Supplement, v. 74, no. 16, p. 135.

Arnold, B. W. and J. M. Bahr, 1993.  Spatial distribution of groundwater flow and transport characteristics in a fracture network.  EOS Supplement, v. 74, no. 16, p. 143.

Keating, E. H., J. M. Bahr, D. Krabbenhoft and J. Walker, 1993.  Dissolved iron and redox changes in groundwater discharging to a stream.  EOS Supplement, v. 74, no. 16, p. 147.

Bahr, J.M. and G.R. Moline, 1993. Regional scale fluid flow in the deep Michigan Basin, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, A-23 (Invited presentation).

Westover, M.L., J.M. Bahr, and J.A. Simo, 1993. A numerical flow model for North Andros Island, Bahamas: Implications for circulation and dolomitization, GSA Annual Meeting, Abstracts with Program, A-245-246.

Arnold, B. W. and J. M. Bahr, 1993.  Stratigraphic control of regional groundwater flow related to Upper Mississippi Valley lead-zinc mineralization.  EOS Supplement v. 74, no. 43, p. 274.

Keating, E. H., J. M. Bahr, J. F. Walker and D. P. Krabbenhoft, 1993. Evaluating hydrologic controls on the chemical variability of groundwater discharging to a stream in Northern Wisconsin.  EOS Supplement v. 74, no. 43, p. 271

Arnold, B. W. and J. M. Bahr, 1992.  Fracture flow modeling related to MVT mineralization in the Upper Mississippi Valley district, southwest Wisconsin. in Mineral Resources of the Illinois Basin in the Context of Basin Evolution, St. Louis, Missouri, January 22-23, 1992, M. B. Goldhaber and J. J. Eidel eds., U.S.G.S. Open-File Report 92-1, p. 1-2.

Arnold, B. W. and J. M. Bahr, 1992. Effective permeability and anisotropy of fractured carbonate strata, southwest Wisconsin. EOS Trans. AGU 73(14) Spring Meeting Suppl., p. 119.

Hickey, W. J., E. A. Harrison, and J. M. Bahr, 1992. Laboratory evaluation of the potential of in situ bioremediation of trichloroethylene in a cold water sand aquifer.  EPA Subsurface Restoration Conference, Houston, June 21-24, 1992.

Bahr, J. M., 1992. On the use of batch equilibration times in predictions of groundwater contaminant transport, International Geological Congress, Kyoto, Japan, August 25 – September 3, 1992 (Invited Presentation).

Bahr, J. M., 1992. Scaling relations between laboratory equilibration times and groundwater transit times for an approach to local equilibrium, GSA Annual Meeting 1992, Cincinnati. GSA Abstracts with Programs, 1992, p.A128. (Invited Presentation)

Arnold, B. W. and J. M. Bahr, 1992. Spatial distribution of effective permeability and fluid flow focusing in fractured carbonate strata related to MVT mineralization, southwest Wisconsin, GSA Annual Meeting 1992, Cincinnati. GSA Abstracts with Programs, 1992, p. A282.

Bahr, J. M. and G. R. Moline, 1992. Modeling heterogeneity and associated anomalous pressures in the St. Peter Sandstone, Michigan Basin.  EOS Supplement, v. 73, no. 43, p. 184.

Chambers, L. W. and J. M. Bahr, 1992.  Transient groundwater-surface water interactions.  EOS Supplement, v. 73, no. 43, p. 230.

Moline, G. R., P. A. Drzewiecki, and J. M. Bahr, 1991. Identification and characterization of pressure seals through the use of wireline logs: a multivariate statistical approach.  AAPG Annual Meeting, Dallas, AAPG Bulletin, v. 75, no. 3, p. 638.

Drzewiecki, P. A., T. Simo, G. Moline, J. M. Bahr, G. Nadon, L. Shepherd, and M. R. Vandrey, 1991.  The significance of stylolitization and intergranular pressure solution in the formation of pressure compartment seals in the St. Peter Sandstone, Ordovician, Michigan Basin.  AAPG  Annual Meeting, Dallas, AAPG Bulletin, v. 75, no. 3, p. 565.

Moline, G. R., L. D. Shepherd, and J. M. Bahr, 1991.  The implications of multiple scale heterogeneity for regional hydrodynamic modeling of the St. Peter Sandstone.  Symposium on Michigan: Its geology and geologic resources, Lansing, Michigan, March 14-15, 1991.

Bahr, J. M., G. R. Moline, and L. D. Shepherd, 1991. Hydrodynamic versus static models for Michigan Basin gas pressure anomalies. Symposium on Deep Basin Compartments and Seals, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma, May 15-18, 1991.

Green, M. C. and J. M. Bahr, 1991.  Modeling management techniques for wetland remediation, Society of Wetland Scientists 12th Annual Meeting, May 28-31, 1991, Ann Arbor.

Chambers, L. W. and J. M. Bahr, 1991. Tracer evaluation of drainage ditch capture zone, AGU Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD. EOS, v. 72, no. 17, p. 111.

Moline, G. R., J. M. Bahr, P. A. Drzewiecki and L. D. Shepherd, 1991. Estimating permeability distribution using a multivariate statistical analysis of geophysical logs.  GSA 1991 Annual Meeting, San Diego.  GSA Abstracts with Programs, p. A472.

Chambers, L. W. and J. M. Bahr, 1991. An evaluation of the transient nature of capture zones. GSA 1991 Annual Meeting, San Diego.  GSA Abstracts with Programs, p. A215.

Bahr, J., A. Simo, G. Nadon, R. Dott, G. Moline, L. Shepherd, P. Drzewiecki, and R. Vandrey, 1990. Occurrence and origin of pressure compartments in the St. Peter Sandstone (Ordovician), Michigan Basin.  SEG Workshop on Permeability, Fluid Pressure and Pressure Seals in the Crust, Denver, August 5-8, 1990, Technical Abstracts, p. 28.

Chambers, L. W. and J. M. Bahr, 1989. Tracer study for evaluation drainage ditches as controls on ground water contamination. Ground Water, vol. 27(5). p. 724.

Bahr, J. M., 1989.  Evaluation of pressure distribution in the St. Peter Sandstone, Michigan Basin. Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, EOS v.70, no. 43, p. 1097.

Weaver, T. R. and J. M. Bahr, 1988. Distribution of major ions and radionuclides in the Cambro-Ordovician sandstone aquifer of Dodge and Fond du Lac Counties, Wisconsin.  AWRA, Wisconsin Section, Abstracts, p.11.

Weaver, T. R. and J. M. Bahr, 1988. Comparison of groundwater flow paths and geochemical signatures in the sandstone aquifer, Eastern Wisconsin. Fall AGU Meeting, San Francisco, CA, EOS v. 69, no. 44, p.1194.

Bannister, T., J. Bahr and K. Bradbury, 1988.  Use of geophysical tools to delineate flow paths in fractured dolomite, GSA Abstracts with Programs, p.A237.

Bahr, J. M., 1987.  Simulating transport of reacting solutes in groundwater: the choice between equilibrium-based and kinetics-based models. American Water Resources Association, Wisconsin Section, 11th Annual Meeting, Green Bay, WI, March 1987.

Bahr, J. M., 1987.  Critical transit times for applicability of the local equilibrium assumption in models of groundwater solute transport. Spring AGU Meeting, Baltimore, MD, EOS v.68, no. 16, April 1987.

Bahr, J. and J. Rubin, 1985.  Comparison of local equilibrium-based and kinetics-based formulations for predicting transport of reacting solutes in porous media: the SKIT method.  Spring AGU Meeting, Baltimore, MD, EOS v.66, no. 18, April 1985.

Bahr, J.M., J.F. Pickens, R.E. Jackson, and R.B. Whiffin, 1984.  Non-equilibrium desorption of volatile organics during field test of aquifer decontamination.  Spring AGU Meeting, EOS v.65, no. 16, Cincinnati,Ohio, April 1984.

Bahr, J. M., 1980.  Groundwater resources of Mali, West Africa: Four regional studies, International Geological Congress, Paris, July 1980.