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EGS Collab Experiment 1: DNA tracer data on transport through porous media

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This submission contains DNA tracer data that supports the analysis and conclusions of the publication, "DNA tracer transport through porous media -The effect of DNA length and adsorption." https://doi.org/10.1029/2020WR028382. This experiment used DNA as an artificial reservoir tracer. Groundwater tracing is an effective way to identify fluid flow pathways and estimate hydrogeologic properties, which are important premises for building reliable hydrological models for transport predictions or contamination mitigations. The objective of this study was to understand the effect of DNA length (i.e., number of base pairs for dsDNA) and adsorption on DNA transport.

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Stanford University. (2020). EGS Collab Experiment 1: DNA tracer data on transport through porous media [data set]. Retrieved from https://dx.doi.org/10.15121/1806573.
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Zhang, Yuran, Hartung, Marshall, Hawkins, Adam, Dekas, Anne, Li, Kewen, and Horne, Roland. EGS Collab Experiment 1: DNA tracer data on transport through porous media. United States: N.p., 21 Nov, 2020. Web. doi: 10.15121/1806573.
Zhang, Yuran, Hartung, Marshall, Hawkins, Adam, Dekas, Anne, Li, Kewen, & Horne, Roland. EGS Collab Experiment 1: DNA tracer data on transport through porous media. United States. https://dx.doi.org/10.15121/1806573
Zhang, Yuran, Hartung, Marshall, Hawkins, Adam, Dekas, Anne, Li, Kewen, and Horne, Roland. 2020. "EGS Collab Experiment 1: DNA tracer data on transport through porous media". United States. https://dx.doi.org/10.15121/1806573. https://gdr.openei.org/submissions/1267.
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Data from Nov 21, 2020

Last updated Jul 16, 2021

Submitted Jun 28, 2021

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Stanford University

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Yuran Zhang

650.666.5702

Authors

Yuran Zhang

Stanford University

Marshall Hartung

Stanford University

Adam Hawkins

Cornell University

Anne Dekas

Stanford University

Kewen Li

Stanford University

Roland Horne

Stanford University

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DOE Project Details

Project Name EGS Collab

Project Lead Lauren Boyd

Project Number EE0032708

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