Larry D. McKay mainly focuses on Mineralogy, Porosity, Matrix, Fecal coliform and Bacteroides. His work carried out in the field of Mineralogy brings together such families of science as Flow and Fracture. His Porosity study focuses on Porous medium in particular.
Larry D. McKay integrates Matrix with Diffusion in his study. When carried out as part of a general Fecal coliform research project, his work on Indicator bacteria is frequently linked to work in DNA extraction, TaqMan and Coliphage, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. The concepts of his Bacteroides study are interwoven with issues in Pathogenic bacteria and Vibrio.
Larry D. McKay spends much of his time researching Mineralogy, Aquifer, Environmental chemistry, Hydrology and Groundwater. His Mineralogy research includes themes of Saprolite, Oil shale, Matrix and Porous medium. His Matrix research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Porosity, Fracture, Pore water pressure and Colloid.
As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Aquifer, concentrating on Fecal coliform and frequently concerns with Sewage. Larry D. McKay interconnects Soil water, Contamination and Coal tar in the investigation of issues within Environmental chemistry. His research in the fields of Water quality, Surface water, Watershed and Groundwater recharge overlaps with other disciplines such as Distribution.
His primary scientific interests are in Environmental chemistry, Saturation, Capillary pressure, Contamination and Uranium. Larry D. McKay combines subjects such as Floodplain, Bromide, Nitrate and Dredging with his study of Environmental chemistry. Saturation combines with fields such as Capillary action, Mineralogy, Oil shale, Neutron imaging and Wetting in his work.
Larry D. McKay integrates Mineralogy and Initial value problem in his studies. His Oil shale research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Permeability, Hydraulic fracturing, Petroleum engineering, Contact angle and Water content. His research integrates issues of Deposition, Coke, Urban stream, Coal tar and Flood myth in his study of Contamination.
His primary areas of investigation include Mineralogy, Extraction, Oil shale, Vadose zone and Ethanol. His study in Mineralogy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Permeability, Hydraulic fracturing, Petroleum engineering, Capillary pressure and Water content. Larry D. McKay has researched Extraction in several fields, including Soil science, Effective porosity, Displacement, Hydrogeology and Aquifer properties.
His studies in Oil shale integrate themes in fields like Wetting and Capillary action. His Vadose zone study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Flow and Contact angle, Sessile drop technique. His Ethanol research includes themes of Environmental chemistry, Groundwater pollution, Bromide and Contamination.
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Development of Bacteroides 16S rRNA Gene TaqMan-Based Real-Time PCR Assays for Estimation of Total, Human, and Bovine Fecal Pollution in Water
Alice Layton;Larry McKay;Dan Williams;Victoria Garrett.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2006)
Colloid Transport in the Subsurface
John F. McCarthy;Larry D. McKay.
Vadose Zone Journal (2004)
Field Experiments in a Fractured Clay Till 2. Solute and Colloid Transport
Larry D. McKay;Robert W. Gillham;John A. Cherry.
Water Resources Research (1993)
Field experiments in a fractured clay till: 1. Hydraulic conductivity and fracture aperture
Larry D. McKay;John A. Cherry;Robert W. Gillham.
Water Resources Research (1993)
Comparison of fecal indicators with pathogenic bacteria and rotavirus in groundwater
Andrew S. Ferguson;Alice C. Layton;Brian J. Mailloux;Patricia J. Culligan.
Science of The Total Environment (2012)
Influence of diameter on particle transport in a fractured shale saprolite
D. H. Cumbie;Larry McKay.
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology (1999)
A field example of bacteriophage as tracers of fracture flow
Larry D. McKay;John A. Cherry;Roger C. Bales;Moyasar T. Yahya.
Environmental Science & Technology (1993)
Fracture Aperture Measurements and Migration of Solutes, Viruses, and Immiscible Creosote in a Column of Clay‐Rich Till
K. Hinsby;Larry McKay;P. Jorgensen;M. Lenczewski.
Ground Water (1996)
Influence of soil geochemical and physical properties on the sorption and bioaccessibility of chromium(III).
M. A. Stewart;P. M. Jardine;M. O. Barnett;T. L. Mehlhorn.
Journal of Environmental Quality (2003)
Field-scale migration of colloidal tracers in a fractured shale saprolite
Larry McKay;W. E. Sanford;J. M. Strong.
Ground Water (2000)
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