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Department of Energy -- Environmental Remediation Sciences Program

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Dr. John M. Shafer

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Integrated Hydrogeophysical and Hydrogeologic Driven Parameter Upscaling for Dual Domain Transport Modeling

 

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Hydrogeophysical Characterization

   

Dual Domain
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 Publications Related to Project
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Testing of Stack-Unit/Aquifer Sensitivity Analysis using Contaminant Plume Distribution in the Subsurface of Savannah River Site, South Carolina, USA -- J. Rine, J.M. Shafer, E. Covington, and R. Berg
 

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Inversion of tracer test data using tomographic constraints --
Niklas Linde, Stefan Finsterle, and Susan Hubbard
 

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Development of a joint hydrogeophysical inversion approach and application to a contaminated fractured aquifer -- J. Chen, S. Hubbard,  J. Peterson,  K. Williams,  M. Fienen, P. Jardine, and D. Watson
 

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Breakthroughs in  Field-scale Bacterial Transport -- S. Hubbard et al.
 

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What controls the apparent timescale of solute mass transfer in aquifers and soils? A comparison of experimental results --Roy Haggerty, Charles F. Harvey, Claudius Freiherr von Schwerin, and Lucy C. Meigs
 

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Investigation of conceptual and numerical approaches for evaluating moisture, gas, chemical, and heat transport in fractured unsaturated rock -- Christine Doughty

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Numerical modeling of kinetic interphase mass transfer during air sparging using a dual-media approach -- Ronald W. Falta

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A dual-domain mass transfer approach for modeling solute transport in heterogeneous aquifers: Application to the Macrodispersion Experiment (MADE) site -- C. Erin Feehley, Chunmiao Zheng and Fred J. Molz
 

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Estimating flow parameter distributions using ground-penetrating radar and hydrological measurements during transient flow in the vadose zone -- Michael B. Kowalsky, Stefan Finsterle , Yoram Rubin
 

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Joint inversion of geophysical and hydrological data for improved subsurface characterization -- Micheal B. Kowalsky, Jinsong Chen, and Susan S. Hubbard
 

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Estimation of field-scale soil hydraulic and dielectric parameters through joint inversion of GPR and hydrological data -- M. B. Kowalsky, S. Finsterle, J. Peterson, S. Hubbard, Y. Rubin, E. Majer, A. Ward, and G. Gee
 

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Characterizing the contribution of diffusive mass transfer to solute transport in sedimentary aquifer systems at laboratory and field scales -- N.T. Nelson, Q. Hu, and M.L. Brusseau
 

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Experimental Visualization of Solute Transport and Mass Transfer Processes in Two-Dimensional Conductivity Fields with Connected Regions of High Conductivity -- Brendan Zinn ,  Lucy C . M eigs , C harles  F . Harvey , Roy  Haggerty,  William  J . Peplinski, and  Claudius  Freiherr  von Schwerin
 

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When good statistical models of aquifer heterogeneity go bad: A comparison of flow, dispersion, and mass transfer in connected and multivariate Gaussian hydraulic conductivity fields -- Brendan Zinn and Charles F. Harvey
 

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Project PowerPoint Presentations

INEEL Poster Presentation June 2006 (ppt format, 8 Mb)

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ORNL Presentation October 2006 (ppt format, 32 Mb)

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ORNL Presentation October 2006 (pdf format, 9 Mb)

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