Donald M. Reeves
Donald M. Reeves
Presidential Innovation Professor and Associate Professor of Hydrogeology, Western Michigan
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Time and space nonlocalities underlying fractional-derivative models: Distinction and literature review of field applications
Y Zhang, DA Benson, DM Reeves
Advances in Water Resources 32 (4), 561-581, 2009
Cubic law with aperture-length correlation: implications for network scale fluid flow
C Klimczak, RA Schultz, R Parashar, DM Reeves
Hydrogeology journal 18 (4), 851, 2010
Dependence of displacement–length scaling relations for fractures and deformation bands on the volumetric changes across them
RA Schultz, R Soliva, H Fossen, CH Okubo, DM Reeves
Journal of Structural Geology 30 (11), 1405-1411, 2008
A model‐averaging method for assessing groundwater conceptual model uncertainty
M Ye, KF Pohlmann, JB Chapman, GM Pohll, DM Reeves
Groundwater 48 (5), 716-728, 2010
Use of a variable-index fractional-derivative model to capture transient dispersion in heterogeneous media
HG Sun, Y Zhang, W Chen, DM Reeves
Journal of contaminant hydrology 157, 47-58, 2014
Transport of conservative solutes in simulated fracture networks: 1. Synthetic data generation
DM Reeves, DA Benson, MM Meerschaert
Water resources research 44 (5), 2008
On mapping fracture networks onto continuum
FE Botros, AE Hassan, DM Reeves, G Pohll
Water resources research 44 (8), 2008
Per-and Polyfluorinated Alkyl Substances (PFAS) cycling within Michigan: Contaminated sites, landfills and wastewater treatment plants
RW Helmer, DM Reeves, DP Cassidy
Water Research 210, 117983, 2022
Transport of conservative solutes in simulated fracture networks: 2. Ensemble solute transport and the correspondence to operator‐stable limit distributions
DM Reeves, DA Benson, MM Meerschaert, HP Scheffler
Water Resources Research 44 (5), 2008
On iterative techniques for computing flow in large two-dimensional discrete fracture networks
R Parashar, DM Reeves
Journal of computational and applied mathematics 236 (18), 4712-4724, 2012
The use of discrete fracture network simulations in the design of horizontal hillslope drainage networks in fractured rock
DM Reeves, R Parashar, G Pohll, R Carroll, T Badger, K Willoughby
Engineering geology 163, 132-143, 2013
Influence of a large fluvial island, streambed, and stream bank on surface water‐groundwater fluxes and water table dynamics
CL Shope, JE Constantz, CA Cooper, DM Reeves, G Pohll, WA McKay
Water Resources Research 48 (6), 2012
Statistical tests of scaling relationships for geologic structures
RA Schultz, C Klimczak, H Fossen, JE Olson, U Exner, DM Reeves, ...
Journal of Structural Geology 48, 85-94, 2013
PFAS in municipal solid waste landfills: Sources, leachate composition, chemical transformations, and future challenges
ES Coffin, DM Reeves, DP Cassidy
Current Opinion in Environmental Science & Health 31, 100418, 2023
Incorporation of conceptual and parametric uncertainty into radionuclide flux estimates from a fractured granite rock mass
DM Reeves, KF Pohlmann, GM Pohll, M Ye, JB Chapman
Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 24, 899-915, 2010
A subordinated kinematic wave equation for heavy‐tailed flow responses from heterogeneous hillslopes
CJ Harman, DM Reeves, B Baeumer, M Sivapalan
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 115 (F1), 2010
Hydrogeologic characterization of fractured rock masses intended for disposal of radioactive waste
DM Reeves, R Parashar, Y Zhang, RA Rahman
INTECH Open Access Publisher, 2012
Development and Calibration of Dual-Permeability Flow Models with DiscontinuousFault Networks
DM Reeves, R Parashar, K Pohlmann, C Russell, J Chapman
Vadose Zone Journal 13 (8), 2014
A tempered multiscaling stable model to simulate transport in regional‐scale fractured media
Y Zhang, B Baeumer, DM Reeves
Geophysical Research Letters 37 (11), 2010
Influence of fracture statistics on advective transport and implications for geologic repositories
DM Reeves, DA Benson, MM Meerschaert
Water resources research 44 (8), 2008
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