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Ground penetrating radar investigation of the late Quaternary Hiscock Site, western New York State
Near-surface geophysical surveys have become increasingly useful for paleontological and archeological excavations to help locate buried objects and features. GPR was used to help locate and identify previously unmapped ...
Data assimilation for dispersion models
The design of an effective data assimilation environment for atmospheric chem-bio dispersion models is considered. Filtering techniques are studied for the purpose of data assimilation in the case of dispersion models. ...
Development and application of analytic element method for estimation of effective hydraulic conductivity of anisotropic porous formations
Effective hydraulic conductivity of heterogeneous formations is an important parameter for describing average flow and transport at the formation scale. In this dissertation, the main objective is to estimate effective ...
Remote sensing and hydrological modeling of burn scars
This study examined the potential usefulness of combining remote sensing data with hydrologic models and mapping tools available from Geographic Information Systems (GIS), to evaluate the effects of wildfire. Four subprojects ...