JK Bohlke
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A bacterial method for the nitrogen isotopic analysis of nitrate in seawater and freshwater
DM Sigman, KL Casciotti, M Andreani, C Barford, M Galanter, JK Böhlke
Analytical chemistry 73 (17), 4145-4153, 2001
Denitrification across landscapes and waterscapes: a synthesis
S Seitzinger, JA Harrison, JK Böhlke, AF Bouwman, R Lowrance, ...
Ecological applications 16 (6), 2064-2090, 2006
Measurement of the oxygen isotopic composition of nitrate in seawater and freshwater using the denitrifier method
KL Casciotti, DM Sigman, MG Hastings, JK Böhlke, A Hilkert
Analytical chemistry 74 (19), 4905-4912, 2002
Atomic weights of the elements. Review 2000 (IUPAC Technical Report)
JR De Laeter, JK Böhlke, P De Bievre, H Hidaka, HS Peiser, KJR Rosman, ...
Pure and applied chemistry 75 (6), 683-800, 2003
Methods for measuring denitrification: diverse approaches to a difficult problem
PM Groffman, MA Altabet, JK Böhlke, K Butterbach-Bahl, MB David, ...
Ecological applications 16 (6), 2091-2122, 2006
Combined use of groundwater dating, chemical, and isotopic analyses to resolve the history and fate of nitrate contamination in two agricultural watersheds, Atlantic coastal …
JK Böhlke, JM Denver
Water Resources Research 31 (9), 2319-2339, 1995
Groundwater recharge and agricultural contamination
JK Böhlke
Hydrogeology Journal 10, 153-179, 2002
Isotope-abundance variations of selected elements (IUPAC Technical Report)
TB Coplen, JK Böhlke, P De Bievre, T Ding, NE Holden, JA Hopple, ...
Pure and applied chemistry 74 (10), 1987-2017, 2002
Atomic weights of the elements 2011 (IUPAC Technical Report)
ME Wieser, N Holden, TB Coplen, JK Böhlke, M Berglund, WA Brand, ...
Pure and Applied Chemistry 85 (5), 1047-1078, 2013
Oxygen isotopes in nitrate: New reference materials for 18O: 17O: 16O measurements and observations on nitrate‐water equilibration
JK Böhlke, SJ Mroczkowski, TB Coplen
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 17 (16), 1835-1846, 2003
Methane-hydrogen gas seeps, Zambales Ophiolite, Philippines: deep or shallow origin?
TA Abrajano, NC Sturchio, JK Bohlke, GL Lyon, RJ Poreda, CM Stevens
Chemical Geology 71 (1-3), 211-222, 1988
Compilation of minimum and maximum isotope ratios of selected elements in naturally occurring terrestrial materials and reagents
TB Coplen
US Department of the Interior, US Geological Survey, 2002
Isotopic compositions of the elements, 2001
JK Böhlke, JR De Laeter, P De Bievre, H Hidaka, HS Peiser, KJR Rosman, ...
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data 34 (1), 57-67, 2005
Determining timescales for groundwater flow and solute transport
PG Cook, JK Böhlke
Environmental tracers in subsurface hydrology, 1-30, 2000
Long term atmospheric deposition as the source of nitrate and other salts in the Atacama Desert, Chile: New evidence from mass-independent oxygen isotopic compositions
G Michalski, JK Böhlke, M Thiemens
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 68 (20), 4023-4038, 2004
Denitrification in the recharge area and discharge area of a transient agricultural nitrate plume in a glacial outwash sand aquifer, Minnesota
JK Böhlke, R Wanty, M Tuttle, G Delin, M Landon
Water Resources Research 38 (7), 10-1-10-26, 2002
Hyporheic zone denitrification: Controls on effective reaction depth and contribution to whole‐stream mass balance
JW Harvey, JK Böhlke, MA Voytek, D Scott, CR Tobias
Water Resources Research 49 (10), 6298-6316, 2013
Stable isotope evidence for an atmospheric origin of desert nitrate deposits in northern Chile and southern California, USA
JK Böhlke, GE Ericksen, K Revesz
Chemical Geology 136 (1-2), 135-152, 1997
Dynamic modeling of nitrogen losses in river networks unravels the coupled effects of hydrological and biogeochemical processes
RB Alexander, JK Böhlke, EW Boyer, MB David, JW Harvey, ...
Biogeochemistry 93, 91-116, 2009
Stable isotopes in mid-ocean ridge hydrothermal systems: Interactions between fluids, minerals, and organisms
WC Shanks, JK Boehlke, RR Seal
Geophysical Monograph-American Geophysical Union 91, 194-194, 1995
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