C. Thomas Hess
Office: 103 Bennett Hall
Office Phone: 207/581-1018
Professor of Physics, University of Maine (September 1982)
PREVIOUS PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
1956-1960 Summer Dage Television Division of Thompson, Ramo, Woolridge
1961 Summer Argonne National Laboratory
1962 Summer Wabash College
1967-1968 Research Associate, Ohio University
1968-1969 Research Associate, Florida State University
1969-1976 Assistant Professor, University of Maine
1976-1982 Associate Professor, University of Maine
1980-1981 Visiting Associate Professor, University of Texas. Sabbatical year at the University of Texas School of Public Health in Houston, Texas.
1982- Professor, University of Maine
B.A. Wabash College (Indiana), 1962
Ph.D. Ohio University, 1967
American Physical Society
American Association of Physics Teachers
Health Physics Society
American Association for Advancement of Science
American Nuclear Society
Sigma Pi Sigma
Marital Status: Married
Birthdate: November 21, 1940
Reviewed Technical Reports:
*1. Abstract for oral presentation in GSA Northeastern Section 2013 meeting session T7. Naturally Occurring Contaminants in Groundwater Used for Water Supply in the Northeastern United States.
Hydrogeochemical control of arsenic and uranium, radon in domestic wells from bedrock aquifers in central Maine, USA Qiang Yang1,2, Charles Culbertson3, Robert Marvinney4, Paul Smitherman5, C. Thomas Hess5, and Yan Zheng1, 2
*1 “A Laboratory Intercomparison of Radon in Water Measurements in Maine”, V.E. Guiseppe, R. Stilwell, and C.T. Hess, Health Physics,91(4), 354-360, October 2006.
*2 “Heavy Metal Contamination from Historic Mining in Upland Soil and Estuarine Sediments of Egypt Bay, Maine, USA”, L.J. Osher, L. Leclerc, G.B. Wiersma, C.T. Hess, V.E. Guiseppe, Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 70, 169-179 (2006).
*3 “Spatial Variation of Waterborne Radon and Temporal Variation of Radon in Water at Nine Maine Schools,” V.E. Guiseppe, T.J. Gould, and C.T. Hess, Health Physics, 92(4) 358-365 (2007).
*4 “Designed, Optimization and Calibration of an Automatic Density Gauge for Firn and Ice Cores”, Daniel J. Breton, Gordon S. Hamilton, and C.T. Hess, Glaciology, Vol. 55 (194) pages 1092-1111, 2009.
*5. “Analyzing Spatial and Temporal Radon-222 Trends in Maine”, Christopher Farah, Kate Beard, C.T. Hess, Janet M. Hock, Health Physics, 102(2): 115-123, February 2012.
Talks with published abstracts
* 1. Vincente Guiseppe, C.T. Hess, “Measurement and Modeling of Dissolved Radon as a Tracer of Groundwater Flow in Wells, American Physical Society Meeting, Dallas Texas, April 2006.
*2 “Environmental Measurements in Orono Me” Anna Schliep and C. T. Hess New England Radiological Health Committee Meeting Oct 19, 2011 Mansfield Mass.
*3 “Diffusion Corrections applied to lead -210 Dating” Doug Cahl and C. T. Hess New England Radiological Health Committee Meeting Oct 19, 2011 Mansfield Mass.