Boris Faybishenko
TitleCited byYear
Hydraulic behavior of quasi‐saturated soils in the presence of entrapped air: Laboratory experiments
BA Faybishenko
Water Resources Research 31 (10), 2421-2435, 1995
2271995
Alternative concepts and approaches for modeling flow and transport in thick unsaturated zones of fractured rocks
K Pruess, B Faybishenko, GS Bodvarsson
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 38 (1-3), 281-322, 1999
1161999
In situ long-term reductive bioimmobilization of Cr (VI) in groundwater using hydrogen release compound
B Faybishenko, TC Hazen, PE Long, EL Brodie, ME Conrad, SS Hubbard, ...
Environmental science & technology 42 (22), 8478-8485, 2008
882008
Conceptual model of the geometry and physics of water flow in a fractured basalt vadose zone
B Faybishenko, C Doughty, M Steiger, JCS Long, TR Wood, JS Jacobsen, ...
Water resources research 36 (12), 3499-3520, 2000
772000
Dynamics of fluids in fractured rock
B Faybishenko, PA Witherspoon, SM Benson
Washington DC American Geophysical Union Geophysical Monograph Series 122, 2000
732000
Hydrodynamics of the capture zone of a partially penetrating well in a confined aquifer
BA Faybishenko, I Javandel, PA Witherspoon
Water Resources Research 31 (4), 859-866, 1995
571995
Geophysical monitoring of hydrological and biogeochemical transformations associated with Cr (VI) bioremediation
SS Hubbard, K Williams, ME Conrad, B Faybishenko, J Peterson, J Chen, ...
Environmental science & technology 42 (10), 3757-3765, 2008
502008
Information entropy to measure temporal and spatial complexity of unsaturated flow in heterogeneous media
DC Mays, BA Faybishenko, S Finsterle
Water resources research 38 (12), 49-1-49-11, 2002
472002
Inverse modeling of a radial multistep outflow experiment for determining unsaturated hydraulic properties
S Finsterle, B Faybishenko
Advances in water Resources 22 (5), 431-444, 1999
391999
Influence of hydrological, biogeochemical and temperature transients on subsurface carbon fluxes in a flood plain environment
B Arora, NF Spycher, CI Steefel, S Molins, M Bill, ME Conrad, W Dong, ...
Biogeochemistry 127 (2-3), 367-396, 2016
382016
Chaotic dynamics in flow through unsaturated fractured media
B Faybishenko
Advances in water resources 25 (7), 793-816, 2002
362002
Microbial community succession during lactate amendment and electron acceptor limitation reveals a predominance of metal-reducing Pelosinus spp.
JJ Mosher, TJ Phelps, M Podar, RA Hurt, JH Campbell, MM Drake, ...
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 78 (7), 2082-2091, 2012
352012
Microbial community response to addition of polylactate compounds to stimulate hexavalent chromium reduction in groundwater
EL Brodie, DC Joyner, B Faybishenko, ME Conrad, C Rios-Velazquez, ...
Chemosphere 85 (4), 660-665, 2011
342011
Nonlinear dynamics in flow through unsaturated fractured porous media: Status and perspectives
B Faybishenko
Reviews of Geophysics 42 (2), 2004
302004
Dynamics of fluids and transport in fractured rock
B Faybishenko, PA Witherspoon, JE Gale
American geophysical union, 2005
272005
Spatial and temporal instabilities in water flow through variably saturated fractured basalt on a one-meter field scale
RK Podgorney, TR Wood, B Faybishenko, TM Stoops
Washington DC American Geophysical Union Geophysical Monograph Series 122 …, 2000
262000
Identifying key controls on the behavior of an acidic-U (VI) plume in the Savannah River Site using reactive transport modeling
SA Bea, H Wainwright, N Spycher, B Faybishenko, SS Hubbard, ...
Journal of contaminant hydrology 151, 34-54, 2013
242013
Fuzzy-probabilistic calculations of water-balance uncertainty
B Faybishenko
Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 24 (6), 939-952, 2010
232010
Multi-scale investigations of liquid flow in a fractured basalt vadose zone
B Faybishenko, PA Witherspoon, C Doughty, JT Geller, TR Wood, ...
GEOPHYSICAL MONOGRAPH-AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION 42, 161-182, 2001
232001
Washboards in unpaved highways as a complex dynamic system
DC Mays, BA Faybishenko
Complexity 5 (6), 51-60, 2000
232000
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