List of Publications

Books, Reviews

  1. G. Dagan, "Flow and Transport in Porous Formations" 465 p., Springer-Verlag Heidelberg Berlin New York, 1989.

  2. B. Yaron, G. Dagan and J. Goldshmid (editors): Pollutants in Porous Media (selected papers of a Symposium at Bet Dagan, Israel), Ecological Studies Volume 47, 296 p., Springer-Verlag Heidelberg Berlin New York, 1984.

  3. Theory of transport by groundwater, Annual Reviews of Fluid Mechanics, 19, 183-215, 1987.

  4. G. Dagan, U. Hornung and P. Knaber (editors): Mathematical Modeling for Flow and Transport Through Porous Media, Kluver Academic Publishers, Dordrecht Boston London, 1991.

  5. D. Russo, G. Dagan (editors): Water Flow and Solute Transport in soils, Developments and Applications. Advances Series in Agricultural Sciences 20, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg New York, 306 p., 1993.

  6. G. Dagan, S.P. Neuman (editors):Subsurface Flow and Transport: A Stochastic Approach. International Hydrology Series, Cambridge University Press, 241 p., 1997.

  7. G. Dagan, A. Fiori and I. Jankovic, Transport in Porous Media, article in Vol. 5 "Ecological Processes" of "Encyclopedia of Ecology", pp. 3575-3582, Oxford-Elsevier, 2008.

Papers in Scientific Journals

  1. Dagan G., Note sur le calcul hydraulique des grilles ''par-dessous'' (in French), La Houille Blanche, 1, 59-65, 1963.

  2. J. Bear and Dagan G., Some exact solutions of interface problems by means of the hodograph method, Journ. Geoph. Res., 69(8), 1563-1572, 1964.

  3. Dagan G., Spacing of drains by an approximate method, Proc. ASCE, Journ. Irrig. and Drain. Div., 90(1), 41-56, 1964.

  4. J. Bear and Dagan G., Moving interface in coastal aquifers, Proc. ASCE, Journ. Hydr. Div., 90(4), 193-216, 1964.

  5. Dagan G., Linearized solution of unsteady deep flow toward an array of horizontal drains, Journ. Geoph. Res., 69(16), 3361-3369, 1964.

  6. Dagan G., Second-order linearized theory of free-surface flow in porous media, La Houille Blanche, 8, 901-910, 1964.

  7. Dagan G., Unsteady deep flow towards drains in anisotropic soils, Journ. Geoph. Res., 70(4), 837-845, 1965.

  8. J. Bear and Dagan G., The relationships between solutions of flow problems in isotropic and anisotropic soils, Journ. Hydrology, 9, 23-31, 1965

  9. Dagan G., The steady drainage of a two-layered soil, Proc. ASCE, Journ. Irrig. and Drain. Div., 91(3), 51-65, 1965.

  10. Dagan G., The solution of the linearized equations of free-surface in porous media, Journ. de Mecanique, 5, 207-215, 1966.

  11. Dagan G., Linearized solutions of free-surface groundwater flow with uniform recharge, Journ. Geoph. Res., 72(4), 1183-1193, 1967.

  12. Dagan G., Two second order solutions of free-surface flow in porous media, Proc. ASCE, Journ. Eng. Mech. Div., 4, 1-8, 1967.

  13. Dagan G., The second order theory of shallow free-surface flow in porous media, The Quart. Journ. Mech. Appl. Math., XX (4), 517-526, 1967.

  14. Dagan G., Hydrodynamic dispersion in a non-homogeneous porous column, Journ. Geoph. Res., 72(16), 4075-4080, 1967.

  15. Dagan G., Second order correction of the pumping test formula, Journ. Hydr. Res., 5 (2), 127-133, 1967.

  16. Dagan G., A method of determining the permeability and effective porosity of unconfined anisotropic aquifers, Water Resour. Res., 3 (4), 1059-1071, 1967.

  17. Dagan G., A derivation of Dupuit theory of steady free-surface flow toward wells by matched asymptotic expansions, Water Resour. Res., 4 (2), 403-412, 1968.

  18. Dagan G., and J. Bear, Solving the problem of local interface upcoming in a coastal aquifer by the method of small perturbations, Journ. Hydr. Res., 6 (1), 15-44, 1968.

  19. Dagan G., Dispersivity tensor for turbulent uniform channel flow, Proc. ASCE, Journ. Hydr. Div., 5, 1699-1712, 1969.

  20. Dagan G., and M.P. Tulin, A study of the steady flow of a rigid plastic clay beneath a driven wheel, Journ. Terramechanics, 6(2), 9-28, 1969.

  21. A Barak NS Dagan G., The flow in the saturated zone of an ice counterwasher, AIChE Journ., 16(1), 9-18, 1970.

  22. Dagan G., Plastic flow in the vicinity of a free surface, Israel Journ. Tech., 8(4), 303-306, 1970.

  23. A. Golan and Dagan G., Effect of porous backing substrates on membrane flux in reverse osmosis systems, Desalination, 8(3), 261-275, 1970.

  24. Dagan G., Perturbation solutions of the equation of hydrodynamic dispersion in porous mediums, Water Resour. Res., 7(1), 135-142, 1971.

  25. U. Shamir and Dagan G., The motion of an interface between fresh and salt waters in the coastal aquifer: a numerical solution, Water Resour. Res., Vol. 7(3), 644-657, 1971.

  26. Dagan G., Free-surface gravity flow past a submerged cylinder, Journ. Fluid Mech., 49(1), 179-192, 1971.

  27. Dagan G., Potential flow past a body in the presence of a rigid wall, Israel Journ. Tech. 9(5), 427-431, 1971.

  28. Dagan G. and M.P. Tulin, Two-dimensional gravity free-surface flow past blunt bodies, Journ. Fluid Mech., 51(3), 529-543, 1972.

  29. M. Stiassnie and Dagan G., Waves diffraction by a detached breakwater, Proc. ASCE, Journ. Waterways, Harbours and Coastal Eng., 98(2), 209-224, 1972.

  30. M. Eldor and Dagan G., Solutions of hydrodynamic dispersion in porous media, Water Resour. Res., 8(5), 1316-1331, 1972.

  31. Dagan G., Two-dimensional free-surface gravity flow past submerged bodies: expansion in the potential plane, Israel Journ. Tech., 11(5), 341-348, 1973.

  32. M. Stiassnie and Dagan G., Wave forces on a submerged vertical plate, Journ. Eng. Math., 7(3), 35-247, 1973.

  33. Dagan G., Taylor instability of free-surface nonuniform flows, Journ. Fluid Mech., 67, 113-124, 1975.

  34. Dagan G., Waves and wave resistance of thin bodies moving at low speed: the free-surface nonlinear effect, Journ. Fluid Mech., 69, 405-417, 1975.

  35. U.I. Kroszynski and Dagan G., Well pumping in unconfined aquifers: the influence of the unsaturated zone, Water Resour. Res., 11(3), 479-491, 1975.

  36. Y. Mualem and Dagan G., A dependent domain model of capillary hysteresis, Water Resour. Res., 11(3), 452-461, 1975.

  37. H. Neischloss and Dagan G., Convective currents in a porous layer heated from below: the influence of hydrodynamic dispersion, Phys. Fluids, Vol.18 (7), 757-761, 1975.

  38. Dagan G., A method of computing nonlinear wave resistance of thin ships by coordinate straining. The Journ. Ship Res., 19(3), 149-154, 1975.

  39. F. Noblesse and Dagan G., Nonlinear ship-wave theories by continuous mapping, Journ. Fluid Mech., 75(2), 347-371, 1976.

  40. Y. Mualem and Dagan G., Hydraulic conductivity of soils: unified approach to the statistical models, Soil Science Soc. Am. Journ., 42(3), 392-395, 1978.

  41. Dagan G., A note of packer, slug and recovery tests in unconfined aquifers, Water Resour. Res., 14(5), 929-934, 1978.

  42. S. Bachu and Dagan G., Stability of displacement of a cold fluid by a hot fluid in a porous medium, Phys. Fluids, 22(1), 54-60, 1979.

  43. Dagan G., The generalization of Darcy's law for nonuniform flows, Water Resour. Res., 15(1), 1-7, 1979.

  44. M. Stiassnie and Dagan G., Partial reflection of water waves by non-uniform adverse currents, Journ. Fluid Mech., 92(1), 119-130, 1979.

  45. Dagan G., Models of groundwater flow in statistically homogeneous porous formations, Water Resour. Res., 15(1), 47-63, 1979.

  46. Dagan G. and E. Bresler, Solute dispersion in unsaturated heterogeneous soil at field scale I: Theory, Soil Science Soc. Am. Journ., 43(3), 461-467, 1979.

  47. E. Bresler and Dagan G., Solute dispersion in unsaturated heterogeneous soil at field scale II: Applications, Soil Science Soc. Am. Journ., 43(3), pp. 476-472, 1979.

  48. L.J. Doctors and Dagan G., Comparison of nonlinear wave-resistance theories for a two-dimensional pressure distribution, Journ. Fluid Mech., 98(3), pp.647-672, 1980.

  49. G.R. Chirlin and Dagan G., Theoretical head variograms for steady flow in statistically homogeneous aquifers, Water Resour. Res., 16(6), 1001-1016, 1980.

  50. Dagan G., Analysis of flow through heterogeneous random aquifers by the method of embedding matrix. 1. Steady flow, Water Resour. Res., 17(1), 107-122, 1981.

  51. E. Bresler, S. Dasberg, D. Russo and Dagan G., Spatial variability of crop yield as a stochastic soil process, Soil Science Soc. Am. Journ., 45(3), pp.600-605, 1981.

  52. E. Bresler and Dagan G., Convective and pore scale dispersive solute transport in unsaturated heterogeneous fields, Water Resour. Res., 17(6), pp.1683-1693, 1981.

  53. E. Bresler, Dagan G. and J. Hanks, Statistical analysis of crop yield under controlled line-source irrigation, Soil Sci.Soc.Am.Journ., 46, 841-847, 1982.

  54. T. Miloh and Dagan G., Free-surface flow past oscillating singularities at resonant frequency, Journ. Fluid Mech., 120, 139-154, l982.

  55. Dagan G., Stochastic modeling of groundwater flow by unconditional and conditional probabilities 1.Conditional simulation and the direct problem, Water Resour. Res., 18(4), 813-833, 1982.

  56. Dagan G., Stochastic modeling of groundwater flow by unconditional and conditional probabilities 2.The solute transport, Water Resour. Res., 18(4), 0835-848, 1982

  57. Dagan G., Analysis of flow through heterogeneous random aquifers 2. Unsteady flow in confined formations, Water Resour. Res., 18(5), 1571-1585, 1982.

  58. A. Tal and Dagan G., Flow toward storage tunnels beneath a water table 1. Two-dimensional flow, Water Resour. Res., 19(1), 241-249, 1983.

  59. Dagan G. and E. Bresler, Unsaturated flow in spatially variable fields 1.Derivation of models of infiltration and redistribution, Water Resour. Res., 19(2), 413-420, 1983.

  60. E. Bresler and Dagan G., Unsaturated flow in spatially variable fields 2. Application of water models to various fields, Water Resour. Res., 19(2), pp.421-428, 1983.

  61. E. Bresler and Dagan G., Unsaturated flow in spatially variable fields 3. Solute transport models and their application to two fields, Water Resour. Res., 19(2), 429-435, 1983.

  62. E. Bresler, Dagan G., R.J. Wagenet and A. Laufer) Statistical analysis of salinity and texture effects on spatial variability of soil hydraulic conductivity, Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Journ., 48, 16-25, 1984.

  63. Dagan G., Solute transport in heterogeneous porous formations, Journ. Fluid. Mech., 145, 151-177, 1984.

  64. A. Tal and Dagan G., Flow toward storage tunnels beneath a water table 2. Three-dimensional flow, Water Resour. Res., 20(9), 1216-1224, 1984.

  65. Dagan G., Stochastic modeling of groundwater flow by unconditional and conditional probabilities: the inverse problem, Water Resour. Res., 21(1), pp. 65-72, 1985.

  66. Dagan G., A note on the higher-order corrections of the head covariances in steady aquifer flow, Water Resour. Res., 21(4), 573-578, 1985.

  67. T. Miloh and Dagan G., A study of nonlinear wave resistance by integral equations in the Fourier space, Journ. Fluid Mech., 29, 433-458, 1985.

  68. E. Feinerman, E. Bresler and Dagan G., Optimization of a spatially variable resource: an illustration for irrigated crops, Water Resour. Res., 21, pp.793-800, 1985.

  69. E. Feinerman, Dagan G. and E. Bresler, Statistical inference of spatial random functions, Water Resour. Res., 22(6), 935-942, 1986.

  70. Dagan G., Statistical theory of groundwater flow and transport: pore to laboratory, laboratory to formation and formation to regional scale, Water Resour. Res., Special Anniversary Edition, 22(9), 120S-135S, 1986.

  71. Y. Rubin and Dagan G., Stochastic identification of transmissivity and effective recharge in steady groundwater flow 1. Theory, Water Resour. Res., 23(7), 1185-1192, 1987.

  72. Y. Rubin and Dagan G., Stochastic identification of transmissivity and effective recharge in steady groundwater flow 2. Case study, Water Resour. Res., 23(7), 1193-1200, 1987.

  73. E. Bresler and Dagan G., Variability of yield of an irrigated crop and its causes: 1. Statement of the problem and methodology, Water Resour. Res., Vol.24 (3), 381-388, 1988.

  74. E. Bresler and Dagan G., Variability of yield of an irrigated crop and its causes: 2. Input data and illustration of results, Water Resour. Res., Vol.24 (3), 389-394, 1988.

  75. Dagan G. and E. Bresler, Variability of yield of an irrigated crop and its causes: 3. Numerical simulation and field results, Water Resour. Res., Vol.24 (3), 395-402, 1988.

  76. Dagan G., Time-dependent macrodispersion for solute transport in anisotropic heterogeneous aquifers, Water Resour. Res., 24(9), 1491-1500, 1988.

  77. Dagan G. and Y. Rubin, Stochastic identification of recharge, transmissivity and storativity in aquifer transient flow : a quasi-steady approach, Water Resour. Res., 24(10), 1698-1710, 1988.

  78. Y. Rubin and Dagan G., Stochastic analysis of boundaries effects in head spatial variability in heterogeneous aquifers: 1. Constant head boundary, Water Resour. Res., 24(10), 1689-1697, 1988.

  79. Dagan G. and V. Nguyen, A comparison of travel time and concentration approaches to modeling transport by groundwater, Journ. Contaminant Hydrology, 4, 79-91, 1989.

  80. Dagan G., and Y. Rubin, Stochastic analysis of boundaries effects in head spatial variability in heterogeneous aquifers: 2. Impervious boundary, Water Resour. Res., 25(4), 707-712, 1989.

  81. E. Feinerman, E. Bresler and Dagan G., Optimization of inputs in a spatially variable natural resource: unconditional vs. conditional analysis, Journ. Environmental Economics Management, 17, 140-154, 1989.

  82. Dagan G., Transport in heterogeneous formations: spatial moments, ergodicity and effective dispersion, Water Resour. Res., 26(6), 1281-1290, 1990.

  83. Y. Rubin, J.P. Lobo Ferreira, J.D. Rodriguez and Dagan G., Estimation of the hydraulic parameters of the Rio Maior aquifer in Portugal by using stochastic inverse modeling, Journ. Hydrology, 118, 257-279, 1990.

  84. D. Russo and Dagan G., On solute transport in a heterogeneous formation under saturated and unsaturated water flows, Water Resour. Res., 27(3), 285-292, 1991.

  85. V. Cvetkovic, Dagan G. and A. M. Shapiro, An exact solution of solute transport by one-dimensional random velocity fields, Stochastic Hydrology Hydraulics, 5(1), 45-54, 1991.

  86. P. Salandin, A. Rinaldo and Dagan G., A note on transport in stratified formations by flow tilted with respect to the bedding, Water Resour. Res., 27(11), 3009-3017, 1991.

  87. Dagan G., Dispersion of a passive solute in non-ergodic transport by steady velocity fields in heterogeneous formations, Journ. Fluid. Mech., 233, 197-210, 1991.

  88. Dagan G. and S.P. Neuman, Nonasymptotic behavior of a common Eulerian approximation for transport in random velocity fields, Water Resour. Res., 27(12), 3249-3257, 1991.

  89. Y. Rubin and Dagan G., Conditional estimation of solute travel time in heterogeneous formations: impact of transmissivity measurements, Water Resour. Res., 28(4), 1033-1040, 1992.

  90. Dagan G., V. Cvetkovic and A. Shapiro, A solute flux approach to transport in heterogeneous formations, 1, The general framework, Water Resour. Res., 28(5), 1369-1376, 1992.

  91. V. Cvetkovic, A. Shapiro and Dagan G., A solute flux approach to transport in heterogeneous formations, 2, Uncertainty analysis, Water Resour. Res., 28(5), 1377-1388, 1992.

  92. Y. Rubin and Dagan G., A note on head and velocity covariances in three-dimensional flow through heterogeneous anisotropic porous media, Water Resour. Res., 28(5), 1463-1470, 1992.

  93. P. Indelman and Dagan G., Upscaling of permeability of anisotropic formations 1. General framework, Water Resour. Res., 29(4), 917-923, 1993

  94. Dagan G. and P. Indelman, Upscaling of permeability of anisotropic formations 2. General structure and small perturbation analysis, Water Resour. Res., 29(4), 923-933, 1993.

  95. P. Indelman and Dagan G., Upscaling of conductivity of heterogeneous formations: general approach and application to isotropic media, Transport Porous Media, 12(2), 161-184, 1993.

  96. Dagan G., Higher-order correction of effective permeability of heterogeneous isotropic formations of lognormal conductivity distribution, Transport Porous Media, 12 (3), 279-290, 1993.

  97. Dagan G., and V. Cvetkovic, Spatial moments of a kinetically sorbing solute plume in a heterogeneous aquifer, Water Resour. Res., 29(12), 4053-4062, 1993.

  98. G. Sposito and Dagan G., Predicting solute plume evolution in heterogeneous porous formations (Technical Note), Water Resour. Res., 30 (2), 585-589, 1994.

  99. V. Cvetkovic and Dagan G., Transport of kinetically sorbing solute by steady random velocity in heterogeneous porous formations, Journ. Fluid Mech., 265, 189-215, 1994.

  100. Dagan G., An exact nonlinear correction to transverse macrodispersivity for transport in heterogeneous formations, Water Resour. Res., 30 (10), 2699-2705, 1994.

  101. Dagan G., The significance of heterogeneity of evolving scales to transport in porous formations, Water Resour. Res., 30(12), 3327-3336, 1994.

  102. P. Indelman, Dagan G., A. Cheng, and D. Ouazar, Sensitivity analysis of flow in multilayered leaky aquifer systems, Journ. Hydraulic Engineering, 122(1), 41-45, 1996

  103. Dagan G. and V. Cvetkovic, Reactive transport and immiscible flow in geological media. I. General theory, Proc. Roy. Soc. London, Series A, 452 (1945), 285-301, 1996.

  104. V. Cvetkovic and Dagan G., Reactive transport and immiscible flow in geological media. II. Applications, Proc. Roy. Soc. London, Series A, 452 (1945), 303-328, 1996.

  105. I. Butera, E. Grella and Dagan G., Impact of concentration measurements upon estimation of flow and transport parameters: The Lagrangian approach, Water Resour. Res., 32 (2), 297-306, 1996.

  106. Dagan G., A. Bellin and Y. Rubin, Lagrangian analysis of transport in heterogeneous formations under transient flow conditions, Water Resour. Res., 32 (4), 891-899, 1996.

  107. P. Indelman, A. Fiori and Dagan G., Steady flow toward wells in heterogeneous formations: mean head and equivalent conductivity, Water Resour. Res., 32 (7), 1975-1984, 1996.

  108. A. Bellin, Dagan G. and Y. Rubin, The impact of head gradient transients on transport in heterogeneous formations: Application to the Borden Site, Water Resour. Res., 32 (9), 2705-2714, 1996.

  109. Dagan G., P. Indelman and G. Moltyaner, Stochastic analysis of concentration measurements in the transport experiment at Twin Lake site, Water Resour. Res., 33 (4), 559-568, 1997.

  110. Dagan G. and A. Fiori, The influence of pore-scale dispersion on concentration statistical moments in transport through heterogeneous aquifers, Water Resour. Res., 33(7), 1595-1606, 1997

  111. Dagan G. and G.D. Zeitoun, Seawater-freshwater interface in a stratified aquifer of random permeability distribution, Journ. Contaminant Hydrology, 29(3), 185-203, 1998.

  112. A. Fiori, P. Indelman and Dagan G., Correlation structure of flow variables for steady flow toward a well with application to highly anisotropic heterogeneous formations, Water Resour. Res., 34(4), 699-708, 1998.

  113. (with D.A. Zimmerman et al), A comparison of seven geostatistically based inverse approaches to estimate transmissivities for modeling advective transport by groundwater flow, Water Resour. Res., 34(6), 1373-1413, 1998.

  114. P. Indelman, I. Touber, B. Yaron and Dagan G., Stochastic analysis of water-flow and pesticides transport in a field experiment, Journ. Contaminant Hydrology, 32(1-2), 77-97, 1998.

  115. V. Cvetkovic, Dagan G. and H. Cheng, Contaminant transport in aquifers with spatially variable hydraulic and sorption properties, Proc. Royal Soc. Lond. A, 454, 2173-2207, 1998.

  116. Dagan G. and D.G. Zeitoun, Free-surface flow toward a well and interface upcoming in a stratified aquifer of random conductivity (Technical note), Water Resour. Res., 34(11), 3191-3196, 1998.

  117. A. Fiori and Dagan G., Concentration fluctuations in transport by groundwater: comparison between theory and field experiments, Water Resour. Res., 35, 102-112, 1999.

  118. P. Indelman, G. Moltyaner and Dagan G., Determining the hydraulic conductivity spatial structure at the Twin Lake Site by Grain-Size Distribution, Ground Water, 223-227, 37 (2), 1999.

  119. P. Indelman and Dagan G., Solute transport in divergent radial flow through heterogeneous porous media, Journ. Fluid Mech., 384, 159-182, 1999.

  120. Dagan G. and P. Indelman, Reactive solute transport in flow between a recharging and a pumping well in a heterogeneous aquifer, Water Resour. Res., 35, 3639-3647, 1999.

  121. A. Fiori and Dagan G., Concentration fluctuations in aquifer transport: a rigorous first-order solution and applications, Journ. Contaminant Hydrology, 45, 139-163, 2000.

  122. G. Severino, Dagan G. and C.J. van Duijn, A note on transport of a pulse of nonlinearly reactive solute in a heterogeneous formation, Computational Geosciences 4 (3), 275-286, 2000.

  123. S.C. Lessoff, P. Indelman and Dagan G., A note on the influence of a constant velocity boundary condition on flow and transport in heterogeneous formations, Water Resour. Res., 36, 3095-3101, 2000

  124. Dagan G. and S.C. Lessoff, Solute transport in heterogeneous formations of bimodal conductivity distribution 1. Theory, Water Resour. Res., 37, 465-472, 2001.

  125. S.C. Lessoff and Dagan G., Solute transport in heterogeneous formations of bimodal conductivity distribution 2. Applications, Water Resour. Res., 37, 473-480, 2001.

  126. O. Amir and Dagan G., Uniform steady free-surface flow in heterogeneous porous formations, Journ Fluid Mech, 454 , 327 – 343, 2002.

  127. A. Fiori and Dagan G., Transport of a passive scalar in a stratified porous medium, Transp. Porous Media, 47, 81-98, 2002.

  128. A. Fiori, S. Berglund, V. Cvetkovic and Dagan G., A first-order analysis of solute flux statistics in aquifers: The combined effect of pore-scale dispersion, sampling, and linear sorption kinetics, Water Resour. Res., 38, (8), article 12, 15 p., 2002.

  129. A.H. Mandell, D.G. Zeitoun and Dagan G., Salinity sources of Kefar Uria wells in the Judea group aquifer of Israel. Part 2-quantitative identification model, Journ Hydrology, 270 (1-2), 39-48, 2003.

  130. I. Jankovich, A. Fiori and Dagan G., Effective conductivity of an isotropic heterogeneous medium of lognormal conductivity distribution, Multiscale Modeling and Simulations, 1(1), 40-56, 2003.

  131. Dagan G. and A. Fiori, Time-dependent transport in heterogeneous formations of bimodal structures: 1. The model, Water Resour. Res., 39(5), art. No. 1112, doi:10.1029/2002WR001396, 8p, 2003.

  132. A. Fiori and Dagan G., Time-dependent transport in heterogeneous formations of bimodal structures: 2. Results, Water Resour. Res., 39(5), art. No. 1125, doi:10.1029/2002WR001398, 12p, 2003.

  133. Dagan G., A. Fiori and I. Jankovic, Flow and transport in highly heterogeneous formations: 1. Conceptual framework and validity of first-order approximations, Water. Resour. Res., 39(9), art No. 1268, doi:10.1029/2002WR001717, 12p., 2003.

  134. A. Fiori, I. Jankovic and Dagan G., Flow and transport in highly heterogeneous formations: 2. Semianalytical results for isotropic media, Water. Resour. Res., 39(9), art No. 1269, doi:10.1029/2002WR001719, 9p, 2003.

  135. I. Jankovic, A. Fiori and Dagan G., Flow and transport in highly heterogeneous formations: 3. Numerical simulations and comparison with theoretical results, Water. Resour. Res., 39(9), art No. 1270, doi:10.1029/2002WR001721, 13p, 2003.

  136. I. Jankovic, A. Fiori and Dagan G., Flow and transport through two-dimensional isotropic media of binary conductivity distribution. Part 1: Numerical methodology and semi-analytical solutions, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 17(6), 370-383, 2003.

  137. A. Fiori, I. Jankovic and Dagan G., Flow and transport through two-dimensional isotropic media of binary conductivity distribution. Part 2: Numerical simulations and comparison with theoretical results, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 17(6), 384-393, 2003.P.

  138. Indelman and Dagan G., A note on well boundary condition for flow through heterogeneous formations, Water Resour. Res., 40 (3),art No. WO3601, doi 10.1029/2003WR002602,7p., 2004.

  139. Dagan G., A. Fiori and I. Jankovic, Transmissivity and head covariances for flow in highly heterogeneous aquifers, Journ. Hydrology, 294 (1-3), 39-56, 2004.

  140. A. Fiori, I. Jankovic and Dagan G., Effective conductivity of heterogeneous multiphase media with circular inclusions, Phys. Rev. Let., Art. No. 224502, doi: 10.1103, 94(22), June 10, 2005.

  141. . I. Jankovic, A. Fiori, R. Suribhatla and Dagan G., Identification of heterogeneous aquifer transmissivity using an AE-based method, Ground Water, 44(1), 62-71, 2006.

  142. A.Paster, Dagan G. and J. Guttman, The salt-water body in the Northern part ofYarkon- Taninim aquifer: Field data analysis, conceptual model and prediction, Journ. Hydrology, doi:10.1016, 323 (1-4), 154-167, 2006.

  143. I. Jankovic, A. Fiori and Dagan G., Modeling flow and transport in highly heterogeneous three-dimensional aquifers: Ergodicity, Gaussianity, and anomalous behavior1. Conceptual issues and numerical simulations, W06D12, doi:10.1029/2005WR004734, Water Resour. Res., 42 (6), 2006.

  144. A. Fiori, I. Jankovic and Dagan G., Modeling flow and transport in highly heterogeneous three-dimensional aquifers: Ergodicity, Gaussianity, and anomalous behavior 2. Approximate semianalytical solution, W06D13, doi:10.1029/2005WR004752. Water Resour. Res., 42 (6), 2006.

  145. P. Indelman, S.C.Lessoff and Dagan G., Analytical solution to transport in three- dimensional heterogeneous well capture zones, Journ. Contaminant Hydrology, doi:10.1016/j.jconhyd.2006. 04.005, 87, 1-21, 2006.

  146. Dagan G. and S. C. Lessoff, Transmissivity upscaling in numerical aquifer models of steady well flow: Unconditional statistics, W05431, doi:10.1029/2006WR005235, Water Resour. Res., 43 (5), 2007.

  147. A. Paster and Dagan G., Mixing at the interface between two fluids in porous media: a boundary layer solution, J. Fluid Mech. 584, 455-472, 2007.

  148. A. Fiori, I. Jankovic, Dagan G. and V. Cvetkovic, Ergodic transport through aquifers of non- Gaussian log conductivity distribution and occurrence of anomalous behavior, Water Resour. Res., 43 (9), W09407, doi:10.1029/2007WR005976, 2007

  149. Dagan G. S. C. Lessoff, Transmissivity upscaling in numerical aquifer models of steady well flow: Conditional statistics, W10412, doi:10.1029/2007WR006028, Water Resour. Res., 43 (10), 2007.

  150. A. Paster and Dagan G., Mixing at the interface between two fluids in aquifer well upconing steady flow, W05408, doi:10.1029/2007WR006510, Water Resour. Res., 44, 2008

  151. A. Paster and Dagan G., Mixing at the interface between fresh and salt waters in 3D steady flow with application to a pumping well in a coastal aquifer, Adv. Water Res., 31, 1565-1577, 2008.

  152. Dagan G., A brief story of my life…, DOI: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2008.00469, Groundwater 44 (1), 161-166, 2009.

  153. Dagan G. ,S. C. Lessoff and A. Fiori, Is transmissivity a meaningful property of natural formations? Conceptual issues and model development, Water Resour. Res., 45, W03425, doi:10.1029/2008WR007410, 2009.

  154. I. Jankovic, A. Fiori and Dagan G., The impact of local diffusion on longitudinal macrodispersivity and its major effect upon anomalous transport in highly heterogeneous aquifers, Adv. Water Res., doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2008.08.012., 32, 659-669, 2009.

  155. Firmani G., Fiori A, Jankovic I. and Dagan G., Effective conductivity of random multiphase 2D media with polydisperse circular inclusions, Multiphase Model. Simul., 4 (7), 1979-2001, 2009.

  156. Jankovic, I., D. R. Steward, R. J. Barnes, and G. Dagan, Is transverse macrodispersivity in three-dimensional groundwater transport equal to zero? A counterexample, Water Resour. Res., 45, W08415, doi:10.1029/2009WR007741, 2009.

  157. Fiori, A., F. Boso, F. P. J. de Barros, S. De Bartolo, A. Frampton, G. Severino, S. Suweis, and G. Dagan, An indirect assessment on the impact of connectivity of conductivity classes upon longitudinal asymptotic macrodispersivity, Water Resour. Res., 46, W08601, doi:10.1029/2009WR008590, 2010.

  158. Lessoff, S., C. Schneidewind, C. Leven, P. Blum,P. Dietrich and G. Dagan, Spatial Characterization of the Hydraulic Conductivity Using Direct-Push Injection Logging, Water Resour. Res., 46, W12502, doi:10.1029/2009WR008949, 2010

  159. Dagan, G., and S. C. Lessoff, Flow to partially penetrating wells in unconfined heterogeneous aquifers: Mean head and interpretation of pumping tests, Water Resour. Res., 47, W06520, doi:10.1029/2010WR010370, 2011.

  160. Suribhatla, R., I. Jankovic, A. Fiori, and G. Dagan, Effective conductivity of an anisotropic heterogeneous medium of random conductivity distribution, Multiscale Model. Simul., 9(3), 2011.

  161. Fiori,A., G. Dagan, and I. Jankovic, Upscaling of steady flow in three-dimensional highly heterogeneous formations, Multiscale Model. Simul., 9(3), 1162-1180, 2011.

  162. Fiori, A., I. Jankovic, and G. Dagan, The impact of local diffusion upon mass arrival of a passive solute in transport through three-dimensional highly heterogeneous aquifers, Adv. Water Res., doi:10.1016/j.advatres.2011.08.010, 34, 1563-1573, 2011

  163. Rabinovich, A., G. Dagan, and T. Miloh, Heat conduction in a semi-infinite medium with a spherical inhomogeneity and time-periodic boundary temperature, Internat. Journ. Heat Mass Transfer 55, 618–628, 2012

  164. Rabinovich, A., G. Dagan, and T. Miloh, Underground heat conduction near a spherical inhomogeneity:: theory and applications, Geophysics Journal International, 189, 1521-1535, DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2012.05469.x, 2012.

  165. Rabinovich, A., G. Dagan, and T. Miloh, Boundary effects on effective conductivity of random heterogeneous media with spherical inclusions, Physical Review E, 86 (4), DOI:10.1103/PhysRevE.86.046601, 2012.

  166. Dagan, G., A. Fiori and I. Jankovic, Upscaling of flow in heterogeneous porous formations: Critical examination and issues of principle, Adv. Water Res., ADWR1809, DOI: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2011.12.017, 67-85, 2013

  167. Jankovic, I., A. Fiori, and G. Dagan, Effective conductivity of isotropic highly heterogeneous formations: Numerical and theoretical issues, Water Resour. Res., 49, 1178- 1183, doi:10.1029/2012WR012441, 2013.

  168. Rabinovich, A., G. Dagan, and T. Miloh, Dynamic effective properties of heterogeneous geological formations with spherical inclusions under periodic time variations, Geophys. Res. Let., 40, 1345-1350, doi 10.1002/grl.50319, 2013.

  169. Fiori,A., G. Dagan, and I. Jankovic, and A. Zarlenga, The plume spreading in the MADE transport experiment: Could it be predicted by stochastic models?, Water Resour. Res., 49, 1–11, doi:10.1002/wrcr.20128, 2013.

  170. Rabinovich, A., G. Dagan, and T. Miloh, Effective conductivity of heterogeneous aquifers in unsteady periodic flow, Adv. Water Res., 62, 317-326, 2013 Maghrebi, M., I. Jankovic, A. Fiori, and G. Dagan, Effective retardation factor for transport of reactive solutes in highly heterogeneous porous formations , Water Resour. Res., 49 (12), 8600-8604, DOI: 10.1002/2013WR014429,, 2013 Cvetkovic, V., A. Fiori, and G. Dagan, Solute transport in aquifers of arbitrary variability: a time-domain random walk formulation, Water. Resour. Res., 50(7, 5759-5773, DOI: 0.1002/ 2014WR015449, 2014.

  171. Cvetkovic, V., A. Fiori, and G. Dagan, Solute transport in aquifers of arbitrary variability: time-domain random walk formulation, Water. Resour. Res., 50(7), 5759-5773, DOI:10.1002/ 2014WR015449, 2014.

  172. Cvetkovic, V., A. Fiori, and G. Dagan , Mass Arrival in Transport through Highly Heterogeneous Porous Formations by the MIM (Multi Indicator Model) and the Self Consistent Approximation. Supplementary material to "Solute transport in aquifers of arbitrary variability: time-domain random walk formulation, Water. Resour. Res., 50(7), 5759-5773, 2014"

  173. Dagan, G., and A. Rabinovich, Oscillatory pumping wells in phreatic, compressible, and homogeneous aquifers, Water Res. Res., 50(8), 7058-7066, doi:10.1002/2014WR015454, 2014.

  174. Fiori, A., A. Bellin, V. Cvetkovic,. P. J. de Barros, and G. Dagan ,Stochastic modeling of solute transport in aquifers: From heterogeneity characterization to risk analysis, Water Resour. Res., 51, 6622–6648, doi:10.1002/2015WR017388, 2015

  175. Zech, A., S. Attinger, V. Cvetkovic, G. Dagan, P. Dietrich, A. Fiori, Y. Rubin,and G. Teutsch, Is unique scaling of aquifer macrodispersivity supported by field data?, Water Resour.Res.,51, 7662–7679, doi:10.100/ 2015WR017220, 2015

  176. Rabinovich, A., W. Barrash, M. Cardiff, D. Hochstetler , T. Bakhos, G. Dagan and P.Kitanidis, Frequency dependent hydraulic properties estimated from oscillatory pumping tests in an unconfined aquifer, Journ. of Hydrology, 531, 2–16, 2015.

  177. Fiori, A, A. Zarlenga1, H. Gotovac, I. Jankovic3, E. Volpi, V. Cvetkovic4, and G. Dagan, Advective transport in heterogeneous aquifers: Are proxy models predictive? Water Resour.Res.,51, 9577-9594, doi:10.1002/2015WR017118, 2015

  178. Schwartz, J, J. Bear and G. Dagan, Groundwater development in Israel, Groundwater, 54(1), 143-148, doi:10.1111/gwat.12384, 2016

  179. de Barros, F. P. J., A. Bellin, V. Cvetkovic,,G. Dagan, and A. Fiori (2016), Aquifer heterogeneity controls on adverse human health effects and the concept of the hazard attenuation factor, Water Resour. Res., 52, 5911-5922, doi:10.1002/2016WR018933, 2016

  180. Cvetkovic, V., A. Fiori, and G. Dagan, Tracer travel and residence time distributions in highly Heterogeneous aquifers: Coupled effect of flow variability and mass transfer, Journ. Hydrology, 542, 101-108, .doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2016.04.072, 2016.

  181. I. Jankovic, M. Maghrebi, A. Fiori, G. Dagan, When good statistical models of aquifer heterogeneity go right: The impact of aquifer permeability structures on 3D flow and transport, Advances in Water Resources, 100, 199- 211, doi: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2016.10.024, 2017.

  182. J.J.Gomez-Hernandez, J. J. Butler, A. Fiori, D. Bolster, V. Cvetkovic, G. Dagan, and D. Hyndman, Introduction on Modeling highly heterogeneous aquifers: Lessons learned in the last 30 years from the MADE experiments and others, Water Resour. Res., 53, 2581to special section – 2584, doi:10.1002/2017WR020774., 2017

  183. Dagan, G., Solute plume mean velocity in aquifer transport: Impact of injection and detection modes, Advances in Water Resources, 106, 6-10, 2017.

  184. Fiori, A, A. Zarlenga1, I. Jankovic3, and G. Dagan. Solute transport in aquifers: The comeback of the advection dispersion equation and the First Order Approximation, Advances in Water Resources, 110, 349-359, 2017.

  185. Zarlenga, A., A.Fiori, I. Jankovic3, and G. Dagan, Effective conductivity of three-dimensional heterogeneous formations of lognormal permeability distribution: the impact of connectivity, Water Resour. Res.,54, 2480-2486, 2018

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