Edward A. Sudicky spends much of his time researching Hydrology, Aquifer, Groundwater, Groundwater flow and Plume. Subsurface flow, Water table and Hydraulic head are the core of his Hydrology study. His work is dedicated to discovering how Water table, Groundwater recharge are connected with Hydraulic conductivity and other disciplines.
His research integrates issues of Soil science and Environmental engineering in his study of Groundwater. His work deals with themes such as Kullback–Leibler divergence, Well-defined, Inverse problem and Geodesy, which intersect with Groundwater flow. The study incorporates disciplines such as Vector field, Contamination and Dissolved organic carbon in addition to Plume.
Edward A. Sudicky mostly deals with Groundwater, Hydrology, Groundwater flow, Aquifer and Geotechnical engineering. His Groundwater research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Soil science, Environmental engineering, Surface water, Matrix and Permeability. Edward A. Sudicky combines subjects such as Infiltration, Mineralogy, Petrology and Ice sheet with his study of Groundwater flow.
The various areas that Edward A. Sudicky examines in his Aquifer study include Plume, Hydraulic head and Subsurface flow. His study looks at the relationship between Hydraulic head and fields such as Baseflow, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. Edward A. Sudicky has included themes like Hydraulic conductivity and Mechanics in his Geotechnical engineering study.
Edward A. Sudicky focuses on Hydrology, Arid, Groundwater, Climate change and Surface runoff. His work in the fields of Evapotranspiration, Water content and Hydrology overlaps with other areas such as Level of detail. His research investigates the connection between Arid and topics such as Haloxylon ammodendron that intersect with problems in Vegetation, Microclimate and Atmospheric sciences.
His Groundwater study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Soil science and Surface water. His Climate change research incorporates themes from Water resources, Watershed and Water resource management. He works mostly in the field of Surface runoff, limiting it down to topics relating to Environmental resource management and, in certain cases, Remote sensing and Data assimilation, as a part of the same area of interest.
His primary areas of study are Drainage basin, Hydrology, Hydrology, Soil science and Groundwater flow. Edward A. Sudicky interconnects Spring, Physical geography and Precipitation in the investigation of issues within Drainage basin. His work carried out in the field of Hydrology brings together such families of science as Groundwater, Evapotranspiration, Surface water and Water supply.
Particularly relevant to Water balance is his body of work in Hydrology.
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Three-dimensional analysis of variably-saturated flow and solute transport in discretely-fractured porous media
R. Therrien;E.A. Sudicky.
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology (1996)
Ground‐Water Contamination from Two Small Septic Systems on Sand Aquifers
W. D. Robertson;J. A. Cherry;E. A. Sudicky.
Ground Water (1991)
Migration of contaminants in groundwater at a landfill: A case study: 4. A natural-gradient dispersion test
E.A. Sudicky;J.A. Cherry;E.O. Frind.
Journal of Hydrology (1983)
The geostatistical characteristics of the borden aquifer
Allan D. Woodbury;E. A. Sudicky.
Water Resources Research (1991)
Migration of contaminants in groundwater at a landfill: A case study: 1. Groundwater flow and plume delineation
D.S. MacFarlane;J.A. Cherry;R.W. Gillham;E.A. Sudicky.
Journal of Hydrology (1983)
Hyper-resolution global hydrological modelling: what is next?
Marc F. P. Bierkens;Victoria A. Bell;Peter Burek;Nathaniel Chaney.
Hydrological Processes (2015)
Simulation of biodegradable organic contaminants in groundwater. 1. Numerical formulation in principal directions.
K. T. B. MacQuarrie;E. A. Sudicky;E. O. Frind.
Water Resources Research (1990)
Surface-subsurface model intercomparison: A first set of benchmark results to diagnose integrated hydrology and feedbacks
Reed M. Maxwell;Mario Putti;Steven Meyerhoff;Jens Olaf Delfs.
Water Resources Research (2014)
An assessment of the tracer‐based approach to quantifying groundwater contributions to streamflow
J. P. Jones;E. A. Sudicky;Andrea E. Brookfield;Y. J. Park.
Water Resources Research (2006)
Simulating the multi-seasonal response of a large-scale watershed with a 3D physically-based hydrologic model
Q. Li;A.J.A. Unger;E.A. Sudicky;D. Kassenaar.
Journal of Hydrology (2008)
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