Alessandro Brovelli
Alessandro Brovelli
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Recent developments in numerical modelling of subsurface flow constructed wetlands
G Langergraber, D Giraldi, J Mena, D Meyer, M Peña, A Toscano, ...
Science of the total environment 407 (13), 3931-3943, 2009
Bioclogging in porous media: Model development and sensitivity to initial conditions
A Brovelli, F Malaguerra, DA Barry
Environmental Modelling & Software 24 (5), 611-626, 2009
Modelling soil carbon and nitrogen cycles during land use change
J Batlle-Aguilar, A Brovelli, A Porporato, DA Barry
Sustainable Agriculture Volume 2, 499-527, 2011
Tidal influence on BTEX biodegradation in sandy coastal aquifers
C Robinson, A Brovelli, DA Barry, L Li
Advances in Water Resources 32 (1), 16-28, 2009
Effective permittivity of porous media: A critical analysis of the complex refractive index model
A Brovelli, G Cassiani
Geophysical Prospecting 56 (5), 715-727, 2008
Numerical modeling of tidal influence on density‐dependent contaminant transport
A Brovelli, X Mao, DA Barry
Water Resources Research 43 (10), 2007
Rain splash soil erosion estimation in the presence of rock fragments
S Jomaa, DA Barry, A Brovelli, BCP Heng, GC Sander, JY Parlange, ...
Catena 92, 38-48, 2012
Effect of raindrop splash and transversal width on soil erosion: Laboratory flume experiments and analysis with the Hairsine–Rose model
S Jomaa, DA Barry, A Brovelli, GC Sander, JY Parlange, BCP Heng, ...
Journal of Hydrology 395 (1-2), 117-132, 2010
Transport of variable-density solute plumes in beach aquifers in response to oceanic forcing
R Bakhtyar, A Brovelli, DA Barry, C Robinson, L Li
Advances in Water Resources 53, 208-224, 2013
Wave-induced water table fluctuations, sediment transport and beach profile change: Modeling and comparison with large-scale laboratory experiments
R Bakhtyar, A Brovelli, DA Barry, L Li
Coastal Engineering 58 (1), 103-118, 2011
Influence of rock fragment coverage on soil erosion and hydrological response: Laboratory flume experiments and modeling
S Jomaa, DA Barry, BCP Heng, A Brovelli, GC Sander, JY Parlange
Water Resources Research 48 (5), 2012
Combined estimation of effective electrical conductivity and permittivity for soil monitoring
A Brovelli, G Cassiani
Water Resources Research 47 (8), 2011
A combination of the Hashin-Shtrikman bounds aimed at modelling electrical conductivity and permittivity of variably saturated porous media
A Brovelli, G Cassiani
Geophysical Journal International 180 (1), 225-237, 2010
Electrical properties of partially saturated sandstones: novel computational approach with hydrogeophysical applications
A Brovelli, G Cassiani, E Dalla, F Bergamini, D Pitea, AM Binley
Water resources research 41 (8), 2005
Design methodology accounting for the effects of porous medium heterogeneity on hydraulic residence time and biodegradation in horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands
A Brovelli, O Carranza-Diaz, L Rossi, DA Barry
Ecological Engineering 37 (5), 758-770, 2011
Effect of antecedent conditions and fixed rock fragment coverage on soil erosion dynamics through multiple rainfall events
S Jomaa, DA Barry, BCP Heng, A Brovelli, GC Sander, JY Parlange
Journal of Hydrology 484, 115-127, 2013
Numerical experiments on interactions between wave motion and variable-density coastal aquifers
R Bakhtyar, DA Barry, A Brovelli
Coastal Engineering 60, 95-108, 2012
Use of silicate minerals for pH control during reductive dechlorination of chloroethenes in batch cultures of different microbial consortia
E Lacroix, A Brovelli, DA Barry, C Holliger
Applied and environmental microbiology 80 (13), 3858-3867, 2014
Analysis of carbon and nitrogen dynamics in riparian soils: Model development
A Brovelli, J Batlle-Aguilar, DA Barry
Science of the total environment 429, 231-245, 2012
Enhancement of micropollutant degradation at the outlet of small wastewater treatment plants
L Rossi, P Queloz, A Brovelli, J Margot, DA Barry
PLoS One 8 (3), e58864, 2013
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