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Felipe P. J. de Barros
Felipe P. J. de Barros
Associate Professor, Sonny Astani Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of
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Twenty-three unsolved problems in hydrology (UPH)–a community perspective
G Blöschl, MFP Bierkens, A Chambel, C Cudennec, G Destouni, A Fiori, ...
Hydrological sciences journal 64 (10), 1141-1158, 2019
3632019
Bayesian geostatistical design: Task‐driven optimal site investigation when the geostatistical model is uncertain
W Nowak, FPJ de Barros, Y Rubin
Water Resources Research 46, W03535, 2010
1442010
Flow topology and scalar mixing in spatially heterogeneous flow fields
FPJ de Barros, M Dentz, J Koch, W Nowak
Geophysical Research Letters 39 (8), 2012
1002012
Stochastic flux‐related analysis of transverse mixing in two‐dimensional heterogeneous porous media
OA Cirpka, FPJ de Barros, G Chiogna, M Rolle, W Nowak
Water Resources Research 47 (6), 2011
882011
A risk-driven approach for subsurface site characterization
FPJ de Barros, Y Rubin
Water Resources Research 44 (2), DOI 10.1029/2007WR006081, 2008
852008
The concept of comparative information yield curves and its application to risk‐based site characterization
FPJ de Barros, Y Rubin, RM Maxwell
Water Resources Research 45 (6), 2009
722009
Global sensitivity analysis: a flexible and efficient framework with an example from stochastic hydrogeology
S Oladyshkin, FPJ de Barros, W Nowak
Advances in Water Resources 37, 10-22, 2012
662012
Impact of hydrogeological data on measures of uncertainty, site characterization and environmental performance metrics
FPJ de Barros, S Ezzedine, Y Rubin
Advances in Water Resources 36, 51-63, 2012
662012
A hypothesis‐driven approach to optimize field campaigns
W Nowak, Y Rubin, FPJ de Barros
Water Resources Research 48 (6), 2012
552012
Stochastic evaluation of mixing-controlled steady-state plume lengths in two-dimensional heterogeneous domains
OA Cirpka, M Rolle, G Chiogna, FPJ de Barros, W Nowak
Journal of contaminant hydrology 138, 22-39, 2012
512012
Does streambed heterogeneity matter for hyporheic residence time distribution in sand-bedded streams?
D Tonina, FPJ de Barros, A Marzadri, A Bellin
Advances in water resources 96, 120-126, 2016
482016
First‐order based cumulative distribution function for solute concentration in heterogeneous aquifers: Theoretical analysis and implications for human health risk assessment
FPJ de Barros, A Fiori
Water Resources Research 50 (5), 4018-4037, 2014
452014
A theoretical framework for modeling dilution enhancement of non-reactive solutes in heterogeneous porous media
FPJ de Barros, A Fiori, F Boso, A Bellin
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 175, 72-83, 2015
442015
On the link between contaminant source release conditions and plume prediction uncertainty
FPJ de Barros, W Nowak
Journal of contaminant hydrology 116 (1-4), 24-34, 2010
432010
A risk‐based probabilistic framework to estimate the endpoint of remediation: Concentration rebound by rate‐limited mass transfer
FPJ de Barros, D Fernàndez‐Garcia, D Bolster, X Sanchez‐Vila
Water Resources Research 49 (4), 1929-1942, 2013
422013
Probabilistic human health risk assessment of degradation‐related chemical mixtures in heterogeneous aquifers: Risk statistics, hot spots, and preferential channels
CV Henri, D Fernàndez‐Garcia, FPJ de Barros
Water Resources Research 51 (6), 4086-4108, 2015
392015
Modelling of block-scale macrodispersion as a random function
FPJ de Barros, Y Rubin
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 676, 514-545, 2011
392011
Influence of pumping operational schedule on solute concentrations at a well in randomly heterogeneous aquifers
A Libera, FPJ de Barros, A Guadagnini
Journal of Hydrology 546, 490–502, 2017
372017
An indirect assessment on the impact of connectivity of conductivity classes upon longitudinal asymptotic macrodispersivity
A Fiori, F Boso, FPJ de Barros, S De Bartolo, A Frampton, G Severino, ...
Water resources research 46 (8), 2010
362010
Vertical dispersion in vegetated shear flows
S Rubol, I Battiato, FPJ de Barros
Water Resources Research 52 (10), 8066-8080, 2016
342016
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