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Kristina Keating
Kristina Keating
Associate Professor of Near Surface Geophysics, Rutgers University
Verified email at newark.rutgers.edu - Homepage
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A Review of the Principles and Applications of the NMR Technique for Near-Surface Characterization
A Behroozmand, K Keating, E Auken
Surveys in Geophysics 36 (1), 27-85, 2015
2652015
A laboratory study to determine the effect of iron oxides on proton NMR measurements
K Keating, R Knight
Geophysics 72 (1), E27-E32, 2007
1482007
A laboratory study of the effect of magnetite on NMR relaxation rates
K Keating, R Knight
Journal of Applied Geophysics 66 (3-4), 188-196, 2008
762008
A laboratory study of the effect of Fe (II)-bearing minerals on nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) relaxation measurements
K Keating, R Knight
Geophysics 75 (3), F71-F82, 2010
752010
Detecting unfrozen sediments below thermokarst lakes with Surface Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
AD Parsekian, G Grosse, JO Walbrecker, M Müller‐Petke, K Keating, L Liu, ...
Geophysical Research Letters, 2013
532013
The effect of spatial variation in surface relaxivity on nuclear magnetic resonance relaxation rates
K Keating, R Knight
Geophysics 77 (5), E365-E377, 2012
492012
Direct geoelectrical evidence of mass transfer at the laboratory scale
RD Swanson, K Singha, FD Day‐Lewis, A Binley, K Keating, R Haggerty
Water Resources Research 48 (10), W1054310, 2012
382012
Combined geophysical measurements provide evidence for unfrozen water in permafrost in the Adventdalen valley in Svalbard
K Keating, A Binley, V Bense, RL Van Dam, HH Christiansen
Geophysical Research Letters 45, 7606–7614, 2018
322018
Anomalous solute transport in saturated porous media: Relating transport model parameters to electrical and nuclear magnetic resonance properties
RD Swanson, A Binley, K Keating, S France, G Osterman, FD Day-Lewis, ...
Water Resources research 51 (2), 1264–1283, 2015
322015
Relating nuclear magnetic resonance relaxation time distributions to void-size distributions for unconsolidated sand packs
K Keating, S Falzone
Geophysics 78 (6), D461-D472, 2013
302013
A laboratory study to estimate pore geometric parameters of sandstones using complex conductivity and nuclear magnetic resonance for permeability prediction
G Osterman, K Keating, A Binley, L Slater
Water Resources Research, 2016
292016
On Permeability Prediction From Complex Conductivity Measurements Using Polarization Magnitude and Relaxation Time
J Robinson, Slater, Lee, A Weller, K Keating, T Robinson, C Rose, ...
Water Resources Research, 2018
282018
Nuclear magnetic resonance relaxation measurements as a means of monitoring iron mineralization processes
K Keating, R Knight, KJ Tufano
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (19), 2008
192008
The NMR relaxation response of unconsolidated sediments during drainage and imbibition
S Falzone, K Keating
Vadose Zone Journal, 2016
172016
A laboratory study to determine the effect of pore size, surface relaxivity, and saturation on NMR T2 relaxation measurements
S Falzone, K Keating
Near Surface Geophysics 14 (1), 57-69, 2016
172016
A numerical study of the relationship between NMR relaxation and permeability in sands and gravels
K Dlubac, R Knight, K Keating
Near Surface Geophysics 12 (2), 219-230, 2014
142014
A laboratory study to determine the effect of surface area and bead diameter on NMR relaxation rates of glass bead packs
K Keating
Near Surface Geophysics 12 (2), 243-254, 2014
142014
Effect of clay content and distribution on hydraulic and geophysical properties of synthetic sand-clay mixtures
G Osterman, M Sugand, K Keating, A Binley, L Slater
Geophysics, 2019
112019
The effect of magnetic susceptibility and magnetic field strength on porosity estimates determined from low-field nuclear magnetic resonance
K Keating, DO Walsh, E Grunewald
Journal of Applied Geophysics, 2020
102020
Monitoring real‐time curing of epoxies in situ using single‐sided NMR
M Kelley, N Abdol, P Soroushian, K Keating, AM Balachandra, T Meldrum
Journal of Polymer Science 58 (4), 616-623, 2020
72020
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