John M. Sharp, Jr.
John M. Sharp, Jr.
Carlton Professor Emeritus, The University of Texas
Verified email at jsg.utexas.edu
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Variable-density groundwater flow and solute transport in heterogeneous porous media: approaches, resolutions and future challenges
CT Simmons, TR Fenstemaker, JM Sharp Jr
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 52 (1-4), 245-275, 2001
3382001
On the relationship between river-basin geomorphology, aquifer hydraulics, and ground-water flow direction in alluvial aquifers
RG Larkin, JM Sharp Jr
Geological Society of America Bulletin 104 (12), 1608-1620, 1992
2271992
Energy transport in thick sequences of compacting sediment
JM Sharp Jr, PA Domenico
Geological Society of America Bulletin 87 (3), 390-400, 1976
1581976
Effects of urbanization on groundwater recharge
SSD Foster, BL Morris, AR Lawrence
Groundwater problems in urban areas: Proceedings of the International …, 1994
1041994
Navier‐Stokes flow and transport simulations using real fractures shows heavy tailing due to eddies
MB Cardenas, DT Slottke, RA Ketcham, JM Sharp Jr
Geophysical Research Letters 34 (14), 2007
902007
Contaminant transport in sets of parallel finite fractures with fracture skins
NI Robinson, JM Sharp Jr, I Kreisel
Journal of contaminant hydrology 31 (1-2), 83-109, 1998
861998
Porosity and permeability variations in fractured and liesegang-banded Breathitt sandstones (Middle Pennsylvanian), eastern Kentucky: Diagenetic controls and implications for …
L Fu, KL Milliken, JM Sharp Jr
Journal of Hydrology 154 (1-4), 351-381, 1994
841994
Hydrogeologic considerations of urban development: Urban-induced recharge
B Garcia-Fresca, JM Sharp Jr
Reviews in Engineering Geology 16, 123-136, 2005
832005
Monitoring pumping test response in a fractured aquifer using ground‐penetrating radar
GP Tsoflias, T Halihan, JM Sharp Jr
Water Resources Research 37 (5), 1221-1229, 2001
832001
Modification of the L ocal C ubic L aw of fracture flow for weak inertia, tortuosity, and roughness
L Wang, MB Cardenas, DT Slottke, RA Ketcham, JM Sharp Jr
Water Resources Research 51 (4), 2064-2080, 2015
812015
Thermal conductivity of Wilcox and Frio sandstones in south Texas (Gulf of Mexico Basin)
TE McKenna, JM Sharp, FL Lynch
AAPG bulletin 80 (8), 1203-1215, 1996
781996
Hydrogeological impacts of urbanization
BJ Hibbs, JM Sharp Jr
Environmental & Engineering Geoscience 18 (1), 3-24, 2012
752012
Tracing regional flow paths to major springs in Trans-Pecos Texas using geochemical data and geochemical models
MM Uliana, JM Sharp Jr
Chemical Geology 179 (1-4), 53-72, 2001
732001
Temperature variations in South Texas subsurface
DP Bodner, JM Sharp Jr
AAPG Bulletin 72 (1), 21-32, 1988
711988
Flow in the San Antonio segment of the Edwards aquifer: matrix, fractures, or conduits?
T Halihan, JM Sharp, RE Mace
Groundwater flow and contaminant transport in carbonate aquifers, 129-146, 2000
652000
Regional controls on the geochemical evolution of saline groundwaters in the Edwards aquifer, central Texas
GC Oetting, JL Banner, JM Sharp Jr
Journal of hydrology(Amsterdam) 181 (1), 251-283, 1996
651996
Fracture control of regional ground-water flow in a carbonate aquifer in a semi-arid region
JR Mayer, JM Sharp Jr
Geological Society of America Bulletin 110 (2), 269-283, 1998
641998
Diagenetic processes in northwestern Gulf of Mexico sediments
JM Sharp Jr, WE Galloway, LS Land, EF McBride, PE Blanchard, ...
Developments in Sedimentology 43, 43-113, 1988
641988
Permeability controls on aquathermal pressuring
MS John Jr
AAPG Bulletin 67 (11), 2057-2061, 1983
611983
Effects of inertia and directionality on flow and transport in a rough asymmetric fracture
MB Cardenas, DT Slottke, RA Ketcham, JM Sharp Jr
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 114 (B6), 2009
602009
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