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T. Prabhakar Clement
T. Prabhakar Clement
Professor of Environmental Engineering, The University of Alabama
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A modified Langmuir-Freundlich isotherm model for simulating pH-dependent adsorption effects
GP Jeppu, TP Clement
Journal of contaminant hydrology 129, 46-53, 2012
5392012
Processes in microbial transport in the natural subsurface
TR Ginn, BD Wood, KE Nelson, TD Scheibe, EM Murphy, TP Clement
Advances in Water Resources 25 (8-12), 1017-1042, 2002
3922002
Modeling multispecies reactive transport in ground water
TP Clement, Y Sun, BS Hooker, JN Petersen
Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation 18 (2), 79-92, 1998
3671998
Does sea-level rise have an impact on saltwater intrusion?
SW Chang, TP Clement, MJ Simpson, KK Lee
Advances in water resources 34 (10), 1283-1291, 2011
3072011
Laboratory‐scale investigation of saltwater intrusion dynamics
RR Goswami, TP Clement
Water Resources Research 43 (4), 2007
2892007
Macroscopic models for predicting changes in saturated porous media properties caused by microbial growth
TP Clement, BS Hooker, RS Skeen
Groundwater 34 (5), 934-942, 1996
2671996
Two dimensional transport characteristics of surface stabilized zero-valent iron nanoparticles in porous media
SR Kanel, RR Goswami, TP Clement, MO Barnett, D Zhao
Environmental Science & Technology 42 (3), 896-900, 2008
2592008
Natural attenuation of chlorinated ethene compounds: model development and field-scale application at the Dover site
TP Clement, CD Johnson, Y Sun, GM Klecka, C Bartlett
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 42 (2-4), 113-140, 2000
2362000
Theoretical analysis of the worthiness of Henry and Elder problems as benchmarks of density-dependent groundwater flow models
MJ Simpson, TP Clement
Advances in Water Resources 26 (1), 17-31, 2003
2072003
A physically based, two-dimensional, finite-difference algorithm for modeling variably saturated flow
TP Clement, WR Wise, FJ Molz
Journal of Hydrology 161 (1-4), 71-90, 1994
2041994
RT3D—A modular computer code for simulating reactive multi-species transport in 3-dimensional groundwater aquifers
TP Clement
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, Washington, 1-59, 1997
2021997
Improving the worthiness of the Henry problem as a benchmark for density‐dependent groundwater flow models
MJ Simpson, TP Clement
Water Resources Research 40 (1), 2004
1772004
Natural attenuation of BTEX compounds: Model development and field‐scale application
G Lu, TP Clement, C Zheng, TH Wiedemeier
Groundwater 37 (5), 707-717, 1999
1751999
A modular computer code for simulating reactive multi-species transport in 3-dimensional groundwater systems
TP Clement
Pacific Northwest National Lab.(PNNL), Richland, WA (United States), 1999
1711999
Impacts of the 2004 tsunami on groundwater resources in Sri Lanka
T Illangasekare, SW Tyler, TP Clement, KG Villholth, A Perera, ...
Water Resources Research 42 (5), 2006
1652006
Authorship matrix: a rational approach to quantify individual contributions and responsibilities in multi-author scientific articles
TP Clement
Science and engineering ethics 20, 345-361, 2014
1542014
Nitrogen transformation and transport modeling in groundwater aquifers
MS Lee, KK Lee, Y Hyun, TP Clement, D Hamilton
Ecological modelling 192 (1-2), 143-159, 2006
1462006
Generalized solution to multispecies transport equations coupled with a first‐order reaction network
TP Clement
Water Resources Research 37 (1), 157-163, 2001
1462001
Analytical solutions for multiple species reactive transport in multiple dimensions
Y Sun, JN Petersen, TP Clement
Journal of contaminant hydrology 35 (4), 429-440, 1999
1431999
Development of analytical solutions for multispecies transport with serial and parallel reactions
Y Sun, JN Petersen, TP Clement, RS Skeen
Water Resources Research 35 (1), 185-190, 1999
1411999
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