Michael B. Kowalsky
Michael B. Kowalsky
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Depressurization-induced gas production from class-1 hydrate deposits
GJ Moridis, MB Kowalsky, K Pruess
SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering 10 (05), 458-481, 2007
Estimation of field‐scale soil hydraulic and dielectric parameters through joint inversion of GPR and hydrological data
MB Kowalsky, S Finsterle, J Peterson, S Hubbard, Y Rubin, E Majer, ...
Water Resources Research 41 (11), 2005
Improved extraction of hydrologic information from geophysical data through coupled hydrogeophysical inversion
AC Hinnell, TPA Ferré, JA Vrugt, JA Huisman, S Moysey, J Rings, ...
Water resources research 46 (4), 2010
Estimating flow parameter distributions using ground-penetrating radar and hydrological measurements during transient flow in the vadose zone
MB Kowalsky, S Finsterle, Y Rubin
Advances in Water Resources 27 (6), 583-599, 2004
Comparison of kinetic and equilibrium reaction models in simulating gas hydrate behavior in porous media
MB Kowalsky, GJ Moridis
Energy Conversion and Management 48 (6), 1850-1863, 2007
Comparison of kinetic and equilibrium reaction models in simulating the behavior of porous media
MB Kowalsky, GJ Moridis
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2006
Comparison of kinetic and equilibrium reaction models in simulating gas hydrate behavior in porous media
MB Kowalsky, GJ Moridis
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2006
Effects of physical and geochemical heterogeneities on mineral transformation and biomass accumulation during biostimulation experiments at Rifle, Colorado
L Li, CI Steefel, MB Kowalsky, A Englert, SS Hubbard
Journal of contaminant hydrology 112 (1), 45-63, 2010
Composite thermal conductivity in a large heterogeneous porous methane hydrate sample
A Gupta, TJ Kneafsey, GJ Moridis, Y Seol, MB Kowalsky, ED Sloan
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 110 (33), 16384-16392, 2006
Physicochemical heterogeneity controls on uranium bioreduction rates at the field scale
L Li, N Gawande, MB Kowalsky, CI Steefel, SS Hubbard
Environmental science & technology 45 (23), 9959-9966, 2011
Gas production from unconfined Class 2 oceanic hydrate accumulations
GJ Moridis, M Kowalsky
Economic Geology of Natural Gas Hydrate, 249-266, 2006
Forward modeling of ground-penetrating radar data using digitized outcrop images and multiple scenarios of water saturation
MB Kowalsky, P Dietrich, G Teutsch, Y Rubin
Water Resources Research 37 (6), 1615-1625, 2001
HydrateResSim Users Manual: A Numerical Simulator for Modeling the Behavior of Hydrates in Geologic Media
GJ Moridis, MB Kowalsky, K Pruess
Contract No. DE-AC03-76SF00098. Department of Energy, Lawrence Berkeley …, 2005
Joint hydrological–geophysical inversion for soil structure identification
S Finsterle, MB Kowalsky
Vadose Zone Journal 7 (1), 287-293, 2008
Dynamic inversion for hydrological process monitoring with electrical resistance tomography under model uncertainties
A Lehikoinen, JMJ Huttunen, S Finsterle, MB Kowalsky, JP Kaipio
Water resources research 46 (4), 2010
A truncated Levenberg–Marquardt algorithm for the calibration of highly parameterized nonlinear models
S Finsterle, MB Kowalsky
Computers & geosciences 37 (6), 731-738, 2011
Coupled modeling of hydrogeochemical and electrical resistivity data for exploring the impact of recharge on subsurface contamination
MB Kowalsky, E Gasperikova, S Finsterle, D Watson, G Baker, ...
Water Resources Research 47 (2), 2011
Long-term electrical resistivity monitoring of recharge-induced contaminant plume behavior
E Gasperikova, SS Hubbard, DB Watson, GS Baker, JE Peterson, ...
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 142, 33-49, 2012
Response of oceanic hydrate-bearing sediments to thermal stresses
GJ Moridis, MB Kowalsky
Offshore Technology Conference, 2006
Dynamical inversion of geophysical ERT data: State estimation in the vadose zone
A Lehikoinen, S Finsterle, A Voutilainen, MB Kowalsky, JP Kaipio
Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering 17 (6), 715-736, 2009
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