Vincent Post
Vincent Post
Research Associate, Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR)
Verified email at bgr.de
TitleCited byYear
Seawater intrusion processes, investigation and management: recent advances and future challenges
AD Werner, M Bakker, VEA Post, A Vandenbohede, C Lu, ...
Advances in Water Resources 51, 3-26, 2013
6382013
Fresh and saline groundwater interaction in coastal aquifers: is our technology ready for the problems ahead?
VEA Post
Hydrogeology Journal 13 (1), 120-123, 2005
1702005
A hydrogeological and hydrochemical explanation of the groundwater composition under irrigated land in a Mediterranean environment, Algarve, Portugal
TY Stigter, SPJ Van Ooijen, VEA Post, CAJ Appelo, AMMC Dill
Journal of Hydrology 208 (3-4), 262-279, 1998
1551998
Offshore fresh groundwater reserves as a global phenomenon
VEA Post, J Groen, H Kooi, M Person, S Ge, WM Edmunds
Nature 504 (7478), 71-78, 2013
1412013
Using hydraulic head measurements in variable‐density ground water flow analyses
V Post, H Kooi, C Simmons
Groundwater 45 (6), 664-671, 2007
1282007
Australian groundwater modelling guidelines
B Barnett, LR Townley, V Post, RE Evans, RJ Hunt, L Peeters, ...
National Water Commission, Canberra, 2012
1012012
PHT3D: A reactive multicomponent transport model for saturated porous media
CAJ Appelo, M Rolle
Ground water 48 (5), 627-632, 2010
802010
Equations for calculating hydrogeochemical reactions of minerals and gases such as CO2 at high pressures and temperatures
CAJ Appelo, DL Parkhurst, VEA Post
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 125, 49-67, 2014
752014
Preface: Saltwater and freshwater interactions in coastal aquifers
V Post, E Abarca
Hydrogeology Journal 18 (1), 1-4, 2010
682010
Scripting MODFLOW model development using Python and FloPy
M Bakker, V Post, CD Langevin, JD Hughes, JT White, JJ Starn, ...
Groundwater 54 (5), 733-739, 2016
662016
Groundwater salinization processes in the coastal area of the Netherlands due to transgressions during the Holocene
VEA Post
652004
Process-based reactive transport model to quantify arsenic mobility during aquifer storage and recovery of potable water
I Wallis, H Prommer, T Pichler, V Post, S B. Norton, MD Annable, ...
Environmental science & technology 45 (16), 6924-6931, 2011
612011
The impact of low-temperature seasonal aquifer thermal energy storage (SATES) systems on chlorinated solvent contaminated groundwater: Modeling of spreading and degradation
KG Zuurbier, N Hartog, J Valstar, VEA Post, BM van Breukelen
Journal of contaminant hydrology 147, 1-13, 2013
542013
Evaluation of conceptual and numerical models for arsenic mobilization and attenuation during managed aquifer recharge
I Wallis, H Prommer, CT Simmons, V Post, PJ Stuyfzand
Environmental science & technology 44 (13), 5035-5041, 2010
492010
Rates of salinization by free convection in high-permeability sediments: insights from numerical modeling and application to the Dutch coastal area
VEA Post, H Kooi
Hydrogeology Journal 11 (5), 549-559, 2003
442003
Hydraulic head measurements—new technologies, classic pitfalls
VEA Post, JR von Asmuth
Hydrogeology Journal 21 (4), 737-750, 2013
422013
Free convective controls on sequestration of salts into low-permeability strata: insights from sand tank laboratory experiments and numerical modelling
VEA Post, CT Simmons
Hydrogeology journal 18 (1), 39-54, 2010
382010
Free convective controls on sequestration of salts into low-permeability strata: insights from sand tank laboratory experiments and numerical modelling
VEA Post, CT Simmons
Hydrogeology journal 18 (1), 39-54, 2010
382010
Groundwater ages in coastal aquifers
VEA Post, A Vandenbohede, AD Werner, MD Teubner
Advances in water resources 57, 1-11, 2013
372013
Science, society, and the coastal groundwater squeeze
HA Michael, VEA Post, AM Wilson, AD Werner
Water Resources Research 53 (4), 2610-2617, 2017
362017
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