Lloyd Townley
Lloyd Townley
Nanjing Smart Technology Development Co. Ltd
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A reassessment of the groundwater inverse problem
D McLaughlin, LR Townley
Water Resources Research 32 (5), 1131-1161, 1996
Computationally Efficient Algorithms for Parameter Estimation and Uncertainty Propagation in Numerical Models of Groundwater Flow
LR Townley, JL Wilson
Water Resources Research 21 (12), 1851-1860, 1985
Australian Groundwater Modelling Guidelines
B Barnett, LR Townley, V Post, RE Evans, RJ Hunt, L Peeters, ... …, 2012
The response of aquifers to periodic forcing
LR Townley
Advances in water Resources 18 (3), 125-146, 1995
A framework for quantitative analysis of surface water‐groundwater interaction: Flow geometry in a vertical section
SP Nield, LR Townley, AD Barr
Water Resources Research 30 (8), 2461-2475, 1994
Surface water‐groundwater interaction near shallow circular lakes: Flow geometry in three dimensions
LR Townley, MG Trefry
Water Resources Research 36 (4), 935-948, 2000
Consequences of spatial variability in aquifer properties and data limitations for groundwater modelling practice
A Peck, S Gorelick, G de Marsily, S Foster, V Kovalevsky
International Association of Hydrological Sciences 175, 271, 1988
Determination of groundwater flow-through regimes of shallow lakes and wetlands from numerical analysis of stable isotope and chloride tracer distribution patterns
JV Turner, LR Townley
Journal of hydrology 320 (3-4), 451-483, 2006
Description of and users' manual for a finite element aquifer flow model AQUIFEM-1
LR Townley, JL Wilson, 294, 1980
Mathematical development and verification of a finite element aquifer flow model AQUIFEM-1
JL Wilson, LR Townley, A Sa da Costa, 1979
Perth Urban Water Balance Study, Volume 1 - Findings
GC Cargeeg, GN Boughton, LR Townley, GR Smith, SJ Appleyard, ..., 1987
Influence of regional setting on the interaction between shallow lakes and aquifers
AJ Smith, LR Townley
Water Resources Research 38 (9), 10-1-10-13, 2002
Nonlinear, discrete flood event models, 3. Analysis of prediction uncertainty
BC Bates, LR Townley
Journal of Hydrology 99 (1-2), 91-101, 1988
Definition of a capture zone for shallow water table lakes
LR Townley, MR Davidson
Journal of Hydrology 104 (1-4), 53-76, 1988
Wetlands of the Swan Coastal Plain Volume 3: Interaction Between Lakes, Wetlands and Unconfined Aquifers
LR Townley, JV Turner, AD Barr, MG Trefry, KD Wright, V Gailitis, ..., 1993
Nonlinear, discrete flood event models, 1. Bayesian estimation of parameters
BC Bates, LR Townley
Journal of Hydrology 99 (1-2), 61-76, 1988
The transition of WRRF models to digital twin applications
E Torfs, N Nicolaï, S Daneshgar, JB Copp, H Haimi, D Ikumi, B Johnson, ...
Water Science and Technology 85 (10), 2840-2853, 2022
Numerical models of groundwater flow: Prediction and parameter estimation in the presence of uncertainty
LR Townley, 1983
AQUIFEM-N: A Multi-layered Finite Element Aquifer Flow Model
LR Townley
Townley & Associates, 1995
Reply to Comment by P. Kitanidis on “A reassessment of the groundwater inverse problem".
D McLaughlin, LR Townley
Water Resources Research 33 (9), 2203-2204, 1997
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