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  List of Accepted Contributions - HS41/SSS8 Hydrogeophysics - methods to identify properties and monitor processes governing water flow and solute transport in groundwater and vadose zones (co-organized by SSS)

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Khalil, M.
A new method to estimate hydraulic conductivity from surface resistivity measurements

Castiglione, P.; Wraith, J.M.
Time Domain Spectroscopy in Soil Physics (withdrawn)

Ferre, TPA; Blainey, J; Hinnell, AC; Vrugt, J
Using gravity measurements to infer large scale hydraulic properties

Rings, J; Hauck, C; Scheuermann, A; Preko, K
Geophysical monitoring of dike water content

Kienzler, P.; Naef, F.
How geophysical methods can contribute to subsurface storm flow investigations

Bour, O; Le Borgne, T; Paillet, F. L.; Caudal, J-P
Characterization of preferential flow paths from single and cross-borehole flowmeter tests in a fractured aquifer

Carminati, A.; Kaestner, A.; Hassanein, R.; Lehmann, E.; Stampanoni, M.; Fluhler, H.
Monitoring water flow by means of neutron and X-ray tomography

Goutaland, D.; Winiarski, T.; Dube, J.-S.; Bièvre, G.; Buoncristiani, J.-F.; Chouteau, M.; Giroux, B.
Hydrostratigraphic characterization of glaciofluvial deposits underlying an infiltration basin

Hertrich, M.; Müller, M.; Yaramanci, U.
Potential of the application of Magnetic Resonance Sounding to deep targets

Braun, M.; Rommel, I. ; Yaramanci, U.
Influence of the electrical conductivity on Magnetic Resonance Sounding regarding 2D modelling and 1D inversion

Cousin, I.; Bobachev, A.; Nicoullaud, B.; Robain, H.
Visualisation of preferential water flows at shallow depth by electrical resistivity measurements with high spatial and temporal resolution

Kulessa, B.; Hubbard, B.; Brown, G.
Hydraulic properties of and processes in subglacial till using 4-D electrical resistivity monitoring

Dietrich, P.; Leven, C.; Teutsch, G.
Research Platform MOSAIC (Model-Driven Site Assessment, Information & Control)

Loperte, A.; Satriani, A.; Lazzari, L.; Amato, M.; Celano, G.; Lapenna, V.; Morelli, G.
2D and 3D high resolution geoelectrical tomography for non-destructive determination of the spatial variability of plant root distribution: laboratory experiments and field measurements.

Votrubova, J.; Jelinkova, V.; Cislerova, M.
Geophysical methods in a study of the infiltration process in clay soil

Kgotlhang, L.; Milzow, C.; Kinzelbach, W.; Green, A.
Semi-automated interpretation of aeromagnetic data as a means of determining the geometry of the Kalahari Sands aquifer below the Okavango Delta, Botswana

Tillmann, A.; Zimmermann, E.; Kemna, A.; Vereecken, H.
Non-invasive monitoring of flow and transport processes in soil columns with MERIT

Votrubova, J.; Jelinkova, V.; Sanda, M.; Tesar, M.; Cislerova, M.
Testing TDR and resistivity tomography in a field study of the infiltration process

Huisman, J.A.; Weihermüller, L.; Lambot, S.; Herbst, M.; Vereecken, H.
Measuring the spatial variation of soil water content at the Selhausen test site with the ground wave of ground penetrating radar

Falgas, E.; Ledo, J.; Marcuello, A.; Queralt, P.
Aquifer intrusion monitoring applying Control Source Audio Magnetotellurics

Köstel, J.; Kemna, A.; Javaux, M.; Schmalholz, J.; Yaramanci, U.; Vereecken, H.
Salt Tracer Transport Characterisation in an unsaturated, undisturbed Soil Column with Aid of ERT and GPR

Denchik, N.; Balin, D.; Chapellier, D.
Electrical resistivity monitoring during rainfalls: instrumentation and results

Wollschläger, U.; Gerhards, H.; Ulbrich, C. ; Schiwek, P.; Roth, K.
Application of Multi-Channel Ground-Penetrating Radar for Estimating Volumetric Soil Water Content at the Field Scale

Lambot, S.; Slob, E.C.; Vanclooster, M.; Vereecken, H.
Combining full-wave GPR Green’s function inversion with hydrodynamic modeling to monitor the shallow water dynamics and estimate the soil hydraulic properties: possibilities and limitations.

Béhaegel, M.; Sailhac, P.; Marquis, G.
Hydrogeophysical Site of La Soutte (Vosges, France): Temperature Measurement and Modelling for the Monitoring of the Subsurface Water content

Kowalsky, M. B.; Finsterle, S.
Joint inversion of ground-penetrating radar and thermal-hydrological measurements: overview and recent progress

Montoroi, J.P.; Grünberger, O.; Sukchan, S.; Kungklang, N.
Self potential method applied to salt-affected soils of Thailand

Gerhards, H.; Wollschläger, U.; Roth, K.
Approximations for Electromagnetic Remote Sensing Methods and Estimation of Near Field Properties

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