2020 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Hydrology, Flume, Soil science, Sediment and Bedform are his primary areas of study. His Hydrology research integrates issues from Biogeochemical cycle and Biogeochemistry. His study focuses on the intersection of Flume and fields such as Deposition with connections in the field of Silt and Mechanics.
His studies deal with areas such as Settling, Pore water pressure and Surface as well as Soil science. His Sediment research incorporates themes from Hydraulic conductivity and Filtration. Aaron I. Packman focuses mostly in the field of Bedform, narrowing it down to topics relating to Advection and, in certain cases, Statistical physics and Dispersion.
Aaron I. Packman mostly deals with Hydrology, Sediment, STREAMS, Hydrology and Soil science. His Hydrology research includes elements of Flow, Bedform and Advection. The various areas that Aaron I. Packman examines in his Sediment study include Environmental chemistry, Settling, Pore water pressure and Flume.
Pore water pressure and Geomorphology are commonly linked in his work. Aaron I. Packman interconnects Colloid, Geotechnical engineering, Mineralogy and Particle deposition in the investigation of issues within Flume. His research on Soil science often connects related topics like Filtration.
His main research concerns Hydrology, Hydrology, STREAMS, Environmental chemistry and Mechanics. Aaron I. Packman has included themes like Sediment and Beach morphodynamics in his Hydrology study. Aaron I. Packman frequently studies issues relating to Global change and Sediment.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Urban Hydrology and Bedform in addition to Hydrology. His STREAMS research includes themes of Residence time, Biological system and Dissolved organic carbon. His work on Turbulence, Flow velocity and Flow as part of his general Mechanics study is frequently connected to Flux and Closure, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
Aaron I. Packman focuses on Turbulence, Mechanics, Water resource management, Scale and Mixing. Many of his research projects under Turbulence are closely connected to Orders of magnitude, Momentum and Closure with Orders of magnitude, Momentum and Closure, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His studies in Water resource management integrate themes in fields like River network, River corridor, Current and Biogeochemical cycle.
His research ties Sediment and Dissolved organic carbon together. His work blends Sediment and Light attenuation studies together. His Hydrology research incorporates elements of River ecosystem, Hyporheic zone, Edaphic and Wetland.
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Biophysical controls on organic carbon fluxes in fluvial networks
Nature Geoscience (2008)
Hyporheic flow and transport processes: Mechanisms, models, and biogeochemical implications
Fulvio Boano;J. W. Harvey;A. Marion;A. I. Packman.
Reviews of Geophysics (2014)
The extracellular matrix protects Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms by limiting the penetration of tobramycin
Boo Shan Tseng;Wei Zhang;Joe J. Harrison;Tam P. Quach.
Environmental Microbiology (2013)
Effect of flow‐induced exchange in hyporheic zones on longitudinal transport of solutes in streams and rivers
Anders Worman;Aaron I. Packman;Haûkan Johansson;Karin Jonsson.
Water Resources Research (2002)
Hyporheic Exchange with Gravel Beds: Basic Hydrodynamic Interactions and Bedform-Induced Advective Flows
Aaron I. Packman;Mashfiqus Salehin;Mattia Zaramella.
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering (2004)
Hyporheic exchange with heterogeneous streambeds: Laboratory experiments and modeling
Mashfiqus Salehin;Mashfiqus Salehin;Aaron I. Packman;Matthew Paradis.
Water Resources Research (2004)
Interplay of stream-subsurface exchange, clay particle deposition, and streambed evolution
Aaron I. Packman;Jeffrey S. MacKay.
Water Resources Research (2003)
A physicochemical model for colloid exchange between a stream and a sand streambed with bed forms
Aaron I. Packman;Aaron I. Packman;Norman H. Brooks;James J. Morgan.
Water Resources Research (2000)
Transport and Fate of Microbial Pathogens in Agricultural Settings
Scott A. Bradford;Verónica L. Morales;Wei Zhang;Ronald W. Harvey.
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology (2013)
A multiscale model for integrating hyporheic exchange from ripples to meanders
Susa H. Stonedahl;Judson W. Harvey;Anders Wörman;Mashfiqus Salehin.
Water Resources Research (2010)
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