Select Publications and Presentations
Schulmeister M. K. and Edwards, B. L. (2020) A 3D virtual tour of the Johnston Geology Museum. GSA Today (in review).
Arjwech, R., K. Somchat, P. Pondthai, M. Everett, M. Schulmeister and S Saingchomphu (2020) Assessment of Geological, Hydrogeological and Geotechnical Characteristics of a Proposed Waste Disposal Site: A Case Study in Khon Kaen, Thailand, Geosciences, 10 (3), 109.
Thi Thuy Van Le*, R. Lertsirivorakul, T V. Bui and M.K. Schulmeister (2020) A geospatial application of the hydrochemical facies evolution diagram (HFE-D) approach for evaluating seawater intrusion in the Long Xuyen Quadrangle and Ca Mau Peninsula coastal aquifers of Southern Vietnam. Ground water 58 (6), 1012-1022. https://doi.org/10.1111/gwat.13022.
Arjwech, R., M.E. Everett and M.K. Schulmeister (2020) Soil salinity mapping of an urbanizing area in Northeastern Thailand. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology. Vol 53, 413-424. https://doi.org/10.1144/qjegh2019-113
Schulmeister, M.K. and Q. Zhang (2019) Lead, Zinc, and Cadmium in flood-prone sediments along Tar Creek, 21st National Environmental Conference at Tar Creek, Miami, OK, Sept. 17, 2019.
Schulmeister, M. K. and J.S. Aber (2019) Preface, In From Source to Sink across the Midcontinent: Geosciences from the Rockies to the Gulf, Geological Society of America Field Guide, v. 51, Schulmeister, M. K. and J.S. Aber, Eds. Geological Society of America, Denver, CO, p. v. – vii.
Schulmeister, M.K. , A.S. Andeski*, and K.C. Benison, (2019) The Science and Industry of the Hutchinson Salt, In Schulmeister M.K. and J.S. Aber, eds. From Source to Sink across the Midcontinent: Geosciences from the Rockies to the Gulf, Geological Society of America Field Guide, v. 51, Geological Society of America, Denver, CO, p. 25- 35.
Nunamkam*, R., R. Lertsirivorakul R., M. Schulmeister. and K. Schwinghamer* (2017), Adsorption Study of Cadmium on Natural Bentonite and Weathered Auburn Shale, Kansas. Proceedings of the National and International Graduate Research Conference 2017, Khon Kaen University, March 10 p. 115-121. Also online at: https://gsbooks.gs.kku.ac.th/60/nigrc2017/
Schulmeister, M.K. R. Lersirivorakul, T. Nettasana, P. Assiri (2015) Hydrogeochemistry of the Flowing Artesian Wellfield of the Northern Khorat Plateau, Northeastern Thailand. Proceedings of the 5th GeoIndo International Conference on Geology, Geotechnology, and Mineral Resources of Indochina, October 23-24, Thailand.
Mungkang*, P., Lertsirivorakul, R. and Schulmeister, M. (2015). An evaluation of dispersivity in solute transport modeling of the aquifer storage and recovery project in Sukhothai province. Khon Kaen University Research Journal, 15(3), 33-45.
Schulmeister M.K. and D.M. Barlow (2015) The impact of drought on stream flow and stream-aquifer exchange in the Neosho River Headwaters, Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, Special Ecohydrology Edition. Vol. 119, no. 1, p. 93-102.
Schulmeister, M, Lertsirivorakul, R, and C. Mallonee, 2014, Geochemistry of an Artificial Storage Recovery (ASR) System in Sukhothai Province, North-Central Thailand see: https://ngwa.confex.com/ngwa/2014gws/webprogram/Paper9675.html (abstract)
Schulmeister, M.K. (2015) Chapter 10 Sampling for Analysis of Water Quality and Chapter 11 Processing of ASR System Chemical Testing Results IN: Exploring Corrective Means for Solving the Flood and Drought Problem by ASR Methods in the Northern Part of the Upper Chao Phraya River Basin (Phase 2): Executive Summary Report. Compiled for the Department of Groundwater Resources, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment by SNT Consultants, Bangkok, 500+p.
Schulmeister, M.K., J.M. Healey, J.J. Butler, Jr. and G.W. McCall (2004) Direct-push geochemical profiling for assessment of inorganic chemical heterogeneity in aquifers. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, v. 69, no 3-4, p 215-232. abstract
Schulmeister, M.K., J.J. Butler Jr., J.M. Healey, L. Zheng, E.K. Franseen and D.A. Wysocki (2004) High-resolution stratigraphic characterization of unconsolidated deposits using direct-push electrical conductivity logging: A floodplain margin example. In: Concepts in Hydrogeology and Environmental Geology series, v. 2, Aquifer Characterization (D. Hyndman and J. Bridge, eds.) Society of Economic and Petroleum Geologists. PDF Download.
Schulmeister, M.K., J.M. Healey, G.W. McCall, S.M Birk and J.J. Butler, Jr. (2003) High-resolution chemical characterization of an alluvial aquifer. In: Modelcare 2002: Calibration and reliability in groundwater modelling: A few steps closer to reality (K. Kovar and Z. Hzkal, eds.), IAHS Publication 277, Wallingford, UK: International Association of Hydrological Sciences. p. 419-423. PDF Download.
Schulmeister, M.K., J.J. Butler, Jr., J.M. Healey, L. Zheng, D.A.Wysocki and G.W. McCall (2003) Direct-push electrical conductivity for high-resolution hydrostratigraphic characterization. Ground Water Monitoring & Remediation v. 23, no. 3, p. 52-63. PDF Download.
Butler, J.J., Jr., J.M.Healey, L. Zheng, W. McCall and M.K. Schulmeister (1999) Hydrostratigraphic characterization of unconsolidated alluvial deposits with direct-push sensor technology, Kansas Geological Survey Open-File Report 99-40, 30 p. (also available in an electronic form at://www.kgs.ku.edu/Hydro/Publications/OFR99_40/index.html).
Macpherson G.L. and M.K. Schulmeister (1994) Sources, fate and residence time of nitrate at two sites in Kansas: A comparison of carbonate and alluvial Aquifers. Kansas Water Resources Research Institute, Rpt# G2020-08, 81 p.
Shafer J.M., H.A. Wehrmann, M.K. Schulmeister, and S. Schock (1988) A plan for the comprehensive evaluation of the occurrence,transport and fate of groundwater contaminants in the Lake Calumet area of southeast Chicago. Illinois Hazardous Waste Research and Information Center, Technical Notes #88-101.
Visocky A.P. and M.K. Schulmeister (1988) Groundwater Investigations for siting the Superconducting, Super Collider in northeastern Illinois. Illinois State Water Survey Circular #170, 80 p. ISWS Pubs.
Langenheim R.L. and M.K. Schulmeister (1987) Virgin River Gorge: Boundary between the Colorado Plateau and the Great Basin in Northwestern Arizona. In Geological Society of America Centennial Field Guide 8 Cordilleran Section (M.L. Hill, ed.) p. 43-47.