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
2442015
Evidence for non-Gaussian scaling behavior in heterogeneous sedimentary formations
S Painter
Water Resources Research 32 (5), 1183-1195, 1996
1581996
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
Upscaling discrete fracture network simulations: An alternative to continuum transport models
S Painter, V Cvetkovic
Water Resour. Res 41, W02002, 2005
1302005
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
1282014
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
1092011
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
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
1012004
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
942008
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
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
912015
A constrained robust least squares approach for contaminant release history identification
AY Sun, SL Painter, GW Wittmeyer
Water resources research 42 (4), W04414, 2006
892006
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
872015
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
812016
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
81*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
812013
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
792015
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
752006
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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