Christopher Barton

Wright State University
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Wright State University
Dayton, OH 45435
Phone: 
727-215-5538
Email: 
chris.barton@wright.edu
Hubbard Brook Role: 
Investigator
Research Interests: 

Mathematical analysis of temporal and spatial complexity of geologic, hydrologic, and biological systems. Bedrock geologic mapping, bedrock fracture characterization, 3-D modeling of bedrock fracture networks, discrete fracture network flow modeling. Fractal analysis of stream discharge, temporal chemical concentrations in precipitation and streams.

Hubbard Brook Publications by this Author

1996
Haeni, F. P, J. W Lane, Christopher C Barton, and D. A Lieblich. 1996. Fracture Detection In Crystalline Rocks, Mirror Lake Area, Grafton County, New Hampshire D. W Morganwalp and Aronson, D. A. U.S. Geological Survey Toxic Substances Hydrology Program -- Proc. of the Tech. Meeting, Sept. 1993: 95-102.
1993
Hsieh, P. A, A. M Shapiro, Christopher C Barton, F. P Haeni, C. D Johnson, C. W Martin, F. L Paillet, T. C Winter, and D. L Wright. 1993. Methods Of Characterizing Fluid Movement And Chemical Transport In Fractured Rock. In Field Trip Guidebook for Northeastern United States, Vol. 2., Field Trip Guidebook for Northeastern United States, Vol. 2., J. T Chaney and Hepburn, J. C. Geological Society of America.