Dynamics of fluids and transport in fractured rock

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American Geophysical Union, Nov 30, 2005 - Nature - 207 pages
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A comprehensive review and analysis of recent field, laboratory, and modeling investigations of flow and transport through fractured rock worldwide. Topics include recent advances in modeling, unsaturated flow and transport processes, field and laboratory experiments, microbilogicial processes coupled process and geothermal resources, NAPL transport in fracutured rock, geochemistry and chemical transport and more.

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Models and Modeling of Flow and Transport in Fractured Rock
Study of Single and Multiphase Flow in Fractured Porous Media Using a Percolation Approach
NavierStokes Simulations of Fluid Flow Through a Rock Fracture

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Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Staff Scientist Hydrogeology Department

Berkley Lab, Earth Science Division Director, Staff Scientist, Hydrology

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