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My primary research interest is understanding the linkages between hydrology and ecology of carbonate systems. Hydrogeologic topics include
Research interests with a biological slant are
A new research topic involves petrophysics and the subsurface geology of Louisiana.
Fellow - American Association for the Advancement of Science
Fellow - Geological Society of America
Fellow - National Speleological Society
Walsh, M. M., & Wicks, C. (2014). Introducing Transdisciplinary Problem Solving to Environmental Management Systems and Geology Students Through a Case Study of Disturbed Coastal Systems. Journal Of College Science Teaching, 43(3), 48-53.
Aronhime, B., Elderd, B. D., Wicks, C., McMichael, M., & Eich, E. Teaching Exponential
and Logistic Growth in a Variety of Classroom and Laboratory Settings 9(4) 1-26.
Wicks, C.M., Noltie, D.B., Peterson, E.W, and Dogwiler, T., 2010, Disturbance events in streambed habitats of Macrocotyla glandulosa (Kenk),Ecohydrology, v. 3, no., 1, p. 116-125.
Covington, M.D., C.M. Wicks, and M.O. Saar, 2009. A dimensionless number describing the effects of recharge and geometry on discharge from simple karstic aquifers, Water Resources Research, vol. 45, W11410, doi:10.1029/2009WR008004.
Covington, M.D., Luhmann, A.J., Alexander, E.C., Alexander, S.C, Saar, M.O., Wicks, C.M., 2009. Thermal Signals as a Means of Characterizing Karst Aquifers. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2009, abstract #H14A-04.
Covington, M.D., Luhmann, A.J., Wicks, C.M., and Saar, M.O., 2010, Process length scales: A conceptual tool for karst hydrogeology, geomorphology, and hydroecology. 2010 GSA Denver Annual Meeting (31 October –3 November 2010).
Samiha Naseem, MS candidate