His primary scientific interests are in Hydrology, Groundwater, Finite element method, Aquifer and Applied mathematics. His work on Groundwater recharge, Runoff curve number and Water-sensitive urban design as part of general Hydrology research is often related to Time series approach and Return period, thus linking different fields of science. As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Groundwater, narrowing it down to issues related to the Environmental chemistry, and often Redox and Surface water.
His Finite element method research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Conservation of mass, Flow, Multiphase flow, Two-phase flow and Linearization. His Aquifer research incorporates themes from Water content, Water table, Precipitation and Drainage. His study looks at the relationship between Applied mathematics and fields such as Richards equation, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Hydrology, Groundwater, Environmental engineering, Environmental chemistry and Contamination. His Hydrology study frequently links to related topics such as Infiltration. The various areas that he examines in his Groundwater study include Soil science, Surface water and Water resource management.
His Surface water study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Pesticide. As a part of the same scientific family, Philip John Binning mostly works in the field of Environmental engineering, focusing on Environmental remediation and, on occasion, Reductive dechlorination. His Environmental chemistry research includes themes of Degradation and Bioaugmentation.
His primary areas of investigation include Groundwater, Contamination, Aquifer, Hydrology and Soil science. His Groundwater study combines topics in areas such as Environmental engineering, Surface water and Water resource management. His studies in Contamination integrate themes in fields like Waste management, Petroleum engineering, Plume, Calcium carbonate and Conceptualization.
Philip John Binning interconnects Hydrogeology, Geochemistry, Petrology and Geomorphology in the investigation of issues within Aquifer. In general Hydrology, his work in Groundwater model and STREAMS is often linked to Downstream and Baseflow linking many areas of study. His Groundwater recharge course of study focuses on Water balance and Stormwater, Water table and Infiltration basin.
Philip John Binning mainly focuses on Groundwater, Aquifer, Hydrology, Contamination and Hydrogeology. A large part of his Groundwater studies is devoted to Groundwater recharge. The concepts of his Groundwater recharge study are interwoven with issues in Water balance, Groundwater pollution, Environmental engineering and Stage.
His Aquifer study incorporates themes from Petrology and Borehole. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nitrate transport and Nitrogen in addition to Hydrology. His research in Contamination tackles topics such as Plume which are related to areas like Hyporheic zone.
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Fluoride removal by calcite: evidence for fluorite precipitation and surface adsorption
B.D. Turner;Philip John Binning;S.L.S. Stipp.
Environmental Science & Technology (2005)
A time series approach to inferring groundwater recharge using the water table fluctuation method
Russell Sean Crosbie;Philip John Binning;Philip John Binning;Jetse D. Kalma.
Water Resources Research (2005)
A mass conservative numerical solution for two‐phase flow in porous media with application to unsaturated flow
Michael A. Celia;Philip John Binning.
Water Resources Research (1992)
Increasing urban water self-sufficiency: New era, new challenges
Martin Rygaard;Philip John Binning;Hans-Jørgen Albrechtsen.
Journal of Environmental Management (2011)
Characterisation of the hydrology of an estuarine wetland
Catherine E Hughes;Philip Binning;Garry R Willgoose.
Journal of Hydrology (1998)
Sources, occurrence and predicted aquatic impact of legacy and contemporary pesticides in streams
Ursula S. McKnight;Jes J. Rasmussen;Brian Kronvang;Philip John Binning.
Environmental Pollution (2015)
Modelling of green roof hydrological performance for urban drainage applications
Luca Locatelli;Ole Mark;Peter Steen Mikkelsen;Karsten Arnbjerg-Nielsen.
Journal of Hydrology (2014)
Adaptive time stepping and error control in a mass conservative numerical solution of the mixed form of Richards equation
D. Kavetski;P. Binning;S.W. Sloan.
Advances in Water Resources (2001)
A sequential zero valent iron and aerobic biodegradation treatment system for nitrobenzene
L.S. Bell;J.F. Devlin;R.W. Gillham;Philip John Binning.
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology (2003)
Review of reactive kinetic models describing reductive dechlorination of chlorinated ethenes in soil and groundwater.
Julie Claire Claudia Chambon;Poul Løgstrup Bjerg;Charlotte Scheutz;Jacob Bælum.
Biotechnology and Bioengineering (2013)
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