Scott Painter
Scott Painter
Watershed Systems Modeling Group, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Verified email at ornl.gov
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dfnWorks: A discrete fracture network framework for modeling subsurface flow and transport
JD Hyman, S Karra, N Makedonska, CW Gable, SL Painter, ...
Computers & Geosciences 84, 10-19, 2015
2562015
Evidence for non-Gaussian scaling behavior in heterogeneous sedimentary formations
S Painter
Water Resources Research 32 (5), 1183-1195, 1996
1571996
Stochastic simulation of radionuclide migration in discretely fractured rock near the ─sp÷ Hard Rock Laboratory
V Cvetkovic, S Painter, N Outters, JO Selroos
Water resources research 40 (2), W02404, 2004
1562004
Conforming Delaunay triangulation of stochastically generated three dimensional discrete fracture networks: A feature rejection algorithm for meshing strategy
JD Hyman, CW Gable, SL Painter, N Makedonska
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 36 (4), A1871-A1894, 2014
1342014
Upscaling discrete fracture network simulations: An alternative to continuum transport models
S Painter, V Cvetkovic
Water Resour. Res 41, W02002, 2005
1312005
Three-phase numerical model of water migration in partially frozen geological media: model formulation, validation, and applications
SL Painter
Computational Geosciences 15 (1), 69-85, 2011
1112011
Conceptualization and simulation of the Edwards aquifer, San Antonio region, Texas
RJ Lindgren, AR Dutton, SD Hovorka, SRH Worthington, S Painter, ...
Scientific Investigations Report. United States Geological Survey, 2004
1032004
Fractional LÚvy motion as a model for spatial variability in sedimentary rock
S Painter, L Paterson
Geophysical research letters 21 (25), 2857-2860, 1994
1031994
Time domain particle tracking methods for simulating transport with retention and first‐order transformation
S Painter, V Cvetkovic, J Mancillas, O Pensado
Water resources research 44 (1), 2008
962008
Particle tracking approach for transport in three-dimensional discrete fracture networks
N Makedonska, SL Painter, QM Bui, CW Gable, S Karra
Computational Geosciences 19 (5), 1123-1137, 2015
932015
Non-isothermal, three-phase simulations of near-surface flows in a model permafrost system under seasonal variability and climate change
A Frampton, S Painter, SW Lyon, G Destouni
Journal of Hydrology, 2011
932011
Effect of advective flow in fractures and matrix diffusion on natural gas production
S Karra, N Makedonska, HS Viswanathan, SL Painter, JD Hyman
Water Resources Research 51 (10), 8646-8657, 2015
902015
A constrained robust least squares approach for contaminant release history identification
AY Sun, SL Painter, GW Wittmeyer
Water resources research 42 (4), W04414, 2006
902006
Integrated surface/subsurface permafrost thermal hydrology: Model formulation and proof‐of‐concept simulations
SL Painter, ET Coon, AL Atchley, M Berndt, R Garimella, JD Moulton, ...
Water Resources Research 52 (8), 6062-6077, 2016
832016
Three-phase numerical model for subsurface hydrology in permafrost-affected regions (PFLOTRAN-ICE v1. 0)
S Karra, SL Painter, PC Lichtner
The Cryosphere 8 (5), 1935-1950, 2014
83*2014
Permafrost degradation and subsurface-flow changes caused by surface warming trends
A Frampton, SL Painter, G Destouni
Hydrogeology Journal 21 (1), 271-280, 2013
822013
Stochastic interpolation of aquifer properties using fractional Levy motion
S Painter
Water resources research 32 (5), 1323-1332, 1996
811996
Influence of injection mode on transport properties in kilometer‐scale three‐dimensional discrete fracture networks
JD Hyman, SL Painter, H Viswanathan, N Makedonska, S Karra
Water Resources Research 51 (9), 7289-7308, 2015
802015
A robust approach for iterative contaminant source location and release history recovery
AY Sun, SL Painter, GW Wittmeyer
Journal of contaminant hydrology 88 (3-4), 181-196, 2006
772006
Constitutive model for unfrozen water content in subfreezing unsaturated soils
SL Painter, S Karra
Vadose Zone Journal 13 (4), vzj2013. 04.0071, 2014
672014
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