Publications

2017
Pride, S.R., Vasco, D.W., Flekkoy, E.G. & Holtzman, R. Dispersive transport and symmetry of the dispersion tensor in porous media. Physical Review E 95, 043103 (2017). URL
Fentinel, P., Borgman, O., Holtzman, R. & Goehring, L. Drying in a microfluidic chip: Experiments and simulations. Nature Scientific Reports 7, 15572 (2017). URL
Borgman, O., Fantinel, P., Wieland, L., Goehring, L. & Holtzman, R. Impact of spatially correlated pore-scale heterogeneity on drying porous media. Water Resources Research 53, 5645–5658 (2017). URL PDF Supp. Mat.
Hunt, A., Holtzman, R. & Ghanbarian, B. A Percolation-Based Approach to Scaling Infiltration and Evapotranspiration. Water 9, 104, 1-14 (2017). URL
Ganot, Y., et al. Monitoring and modeling infiltration-recharge dynamics of managed aquifer recharge with desalinated seawater. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21, 4479-4493 (2017). URL
2015
Holtzman, R. & Segre, E. Wettability Stabilizes Fluid Invasion into Porous Media via Nonlocal, Cooperative Pore Filling. Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 16, 164501 (2015). URL PDF Supp. Mat.
2012
Holtzman, R., Szulczewski, M. & Juanes, R. Capillary Fracturing in Granular Media. Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 1–4 (2012). URL PDF Supp. Mat.
Holtzman, R. Micromechanical model of weakly-cemented sediments. Int. J. Numer. Anal. Methods Geomech. 36, 944–958 (2012). URL PDF
2010
Holtzman, R. & Juanes, R. Crossover from fingering to fracturing in deformable disordered media. Phys. Rev. E 82, 046305 (2010). URL PDF
Holtzman, R., Silin, D.B. & Patzek, T.W. Frictional granular mechanics: a variational approach. Int. J. Numer. Methods Eng. 1259–1280 (2010). URL PDF
2009
Holtzman, R., Silin, D.B. & Patzek, T.W. Mechanical properties of granular materials: A variational approach to grain‐scale simulations. Int. J. Numer. Anal. Methods Geomech. (2009). URL PDF
2005
Farber, E., et al. Management scenarios for the Jordan River salinity crisis. Applied geochemistry 20, 2138–2153 (2005). URL
Holtzman, R., et al. Quantifying ground water inputs along the Lower Jordan River. J. Environ. Qual. 34, 897–906 (2005). URL PDF
2004
Farber, E., et al. The origin and mechanisms of salinization of the lower Jordan river. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 68, 1989–2006 (2004). URL PDF

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