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CONCEPTUAL MODELS OF FLOW AND TRANSPORT IN THE FRACTURED VADOSE ZONE Appendix B Invited Presentations General Overview of Conceptual Models, Leslie Smith Evolution of Conceptual Model for Yucca Mountain, Alan Flint Conceptual Model of Vadose-Zone Transport in Fractured Weathered Shale, Philip M. Jardine, G. V. Wilson, and J. P. Gwo Evaluation of Conceptual and Quantitative Models of Fluid Flow and Chemical Transport in Fractured Media, Brian Berkowitz, Ronit Nativ, and Eilon Adar Mechanisms of Preferential Flow in the Subsurface, Jan M. H. Hendrickx and Markus Flury Modeling Macropore Flow in Soils: Field Validation and Use for Management Purposes, Nicholas Jarvis and Martin Larsson Mechanisms of Fracture Flow and Fracture-Matrix Interactions, Joe Wang Free-Surface Flow, Maria Ines Dragila and Stephen W. Wheatcraft Fracture Network Geometry, Tom Doe Investigating Flow and Transport in the Fractured Vadose Zone Using Environmental Tracers, Fred M. Phillips Lessons from Field Studies at the Apache Leap Research Site in Arizona, Shlomo P. Neuman, Walter A. Illman, Velimir V. Vesselinov, Dick L. Thompson, A. Guzman Parameterization and Upscaling, Bo Bodvarsson
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