Graham E. Fogg mostly deals with Groundwater, Hydrology, Hydrogeology, Aquifer and Geomorphology. Graham E. Fogg has researched Groundwater in several fields, including Soil organic matter, Soil water, Denitrification and Nitrate. His study on Water table, Groundwater quality and Ground water quality is often connected to Network planning and design and Sampling as part of broader study in Hydrology.
Graham E. Fogg combines subjects such as Hydraulic conductivity and Water quality with his study of Hydrogeology. His study in Aquifer focuses on Groundwater flow in particular. Graham E. Fogg focuses mostly in the field of Facies, narrowing it down to matters related to Alluvial fan and, in some cases, Geostatistics, Soil survey, Soil map and Markov chain.
His primary areas of study are Hydrology, Groundwater, Aquifer, Groundwater recharge and Hydrogeology. The concepts of his Groundwater study are interwoven with issues in Nitrate, Surface water and Water resource management. Graham E. Fogg has included themes like Soil science and Facies, Structural basin, Geomorphology, Alluvium in his Aquifer study.
His Groundwater recharge study combines topics in areas such as Surface runoff and Subsurface flow. His Hydrogeology research incorporates themes from Hydraulic conductivity, Geostatistics and Ground water quality. As part of one scientific family, Graham E. Fogg deals mainly with the area of Spatial variability, narrowing it down to issues related to the Markov chain, and often Statistical physics.
Graham E. Fogg mainly focuses on Hydrology, Hydrology, Groundwater recharge, Groundwater and Aquifer. His Snow research extends to the thematically linked field of Hydrology. His Hydrology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Watershed management, Flood myth and Drainage basin.
In his research, Resource, Petrology, Silt, Alluvium and Facies is intimately related to Sedimentary basin, which falls under the overarching field of Groundwater recharge. His studies deal with areas such as Hydrogeology, Soil science, Sustainability and Water resource management as well as Groundwater. In Aquifer, he works on issues like Environmental remediation, which are connected to Permeability and Nitrate.
Graham E. Fogg mainly investigates Hydrology, Groundwater recharge, Aquifer, Surface runoff and Groundwater. His Groundwater recharge study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Surface water, Productivity, Agriculture, Berm and Ponding. In most of his Aquifer studies, his work intersects topics such as Lithology.
Graham E. Fogg interconnects Depression-focused recharge, Dry well, Series and Groundwater discharge in the investigation of issues within Surface runoff. His research in Groundwater intersects with topics in Hydrogeology and Water resource management. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mean squared error, Geostatistics, Markov chain and Borehole in addition to Hydrogeology.
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Transition probability-based indicator geostatistics
Steven F. Carle;Graham E. Fogg.
Mathematical Geosciences (1996)
Modeling Spatial Variability with One and Multidimensional Continuous-Lag Markov Chains
Steven F. Carle;Graham E. Fogg;Graham E. Fogg.
Mathematical Geosciences (1997)
Random-Walk Simulation of Transport in Heterogeneous Porous Media: Local Mass-Conservation Problem and Implementation Methods
Eric M. LaBolle;Graham E. Fogg;Andrew F. B. Tompson.
Water Resources Research (1996)
Dispersion of groundwater age in an alluvial aquifer system
Gary S. Weissmann;Gary S. Weissmann;Y. Zhang;Eric M. LaBolle;Graham E. Fogg.
Water Resources Research (2002)
Groundwater Flow and Sand Body Interconnectedness in a Thick, Multiple-Aquifer System
Graham E. Fogg.
Water Resources Research (1986)
River-aquifer interactions, geologic heterogeneity, and low-flow management.
Jan H. Fleckenstein;Richard G. Niswonger;Richard G. Niswonger;Graham E. Fogg.
Ground Water (2006)
Review of Ground‐Water Quality Monitoring Network Design
Hugo A. Loaiciga;Randall J. Charbeneau;Lorne G. Everett;Graham E. Fogg.
Three‐dimensional hydrofacies modeling based on soil surveys and transition probability geostatistics
Gary S. Weissmann;Steven F. Carle;Graham E. Fogg.
Water Resources Research (1999)
Multi-scale alluvial fan heterogeneity modeled with transition probability geostatistics in a sequence stratigraphic framework
G.S. Weissmann;G.E. Fogg.
Journal of Hydrology (1999)
Spatial Variation in Nitrogen Isotope Values Beneath Nitrate Contamination Sources
Graham E. Fogg;D.E. Rolston;D.L. Decker;D.T. Louie.
Ground Water (1998)
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