Yoram N. Rubin

My recent research interests include hydrogeology, flow and transport processes in geologic media, modeling and analysis of contaminant fate and migration patterns, geostatistics and stochastic methods, geological site characterization, geophysical methods for subsurface characterization, soil-plant-atmospheric interaction. I recenetly started a new project with Dan Ames from Idaho State that is documented at mad.codeplex.com. Read all about it on-line and sign on as an observer.

News and Announcements

2015

The material my group presented at AGU Fall 2015 Meeting, December 2015, San Francisco

1. Presented by Michelle Newcomer: Riverbed Bioclogging and the Effects on Infirltration and Carbon Flux Under Climate Variability 

2. Presented by Bradely Harken: Goal-Oriented Hydrogeological Site Characterization: A framework and Case Study in Contaminant Arrival Time

3. Presented by Heather Savoy: A task-oriented perspective on the role of hydrogeological heterogeneity in transport modeling

4. Presented by Jon Sege: Modeling water table drawdown and recovery during tunnel excavation in fractured rock

5. Presented by Karina Cucchi: A Bayesian inversion of hydrogeological and thermal parameters in the hyporheic Zone

 

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2002

Reports from our work

Books

Hydrogeophysics in Vineyards

Other Research

Papers submitted by Prof. Rubin's group to the Berkeley Symposium "Bridging the Gap Between Measurements and Modeling in Heterogeneous Media", Berkeley, March 25-28, 2002

http://www.lbl.gov/Conferences/Groundwater