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2012Bedekar, Vivek, Niswonger, Richard G, Kipp, Kenneth, Panday, Sorab, and Tonkin, Matthew, 2012, Approaches to the Simulation of Unconfined Flow and Perched Groundwater Flow in MODFLOW: Ground Water, v. 50, iss. 2, p. 187-198 LA - en. [get publication]
2010Parkhurst, David L, Kipp, Kenneth L, and Charlton, Scott R, 2010, PHAST Version 2-A Program for Simulating Groundwater Flow, Solute Transport, and Multicomponent Geochemical Reactions: U.S. Geological Survey. [get publication]
2008Kipp, Kenneth L, Hsieh, Paul A, and Charlton, Scott R, 2008, Guide to the Revised Ground-Water Flow and Heat Transport Simulator: HYDROTHERM - Version 3: Geological Survey (U.S.). [get publication]
2008McMahon, P B, Böhlke, J K, Kauffman, L J, Kipp, K L, Landon, M K, Crandall, C A, Burow, K R, and Brown, C J, 2008, Source and transport controls on the movement of nitrate to public supply wells in selected principal aquifers of the United States: Water Resources Research, v. 44, iss. 4. [get publication]
2008Reddy, Michael M, Reddy, Micaela B, Kipp, Kenneth L, Burman, Aaron, Schuster, Paul, and Rawlik Jr., Peter S, 2008, Peat porewater chloride concentration profiles in the Everglades during wet/dry cycles from January 1996 to June 1998: field measurements and theoretical analysis: Hydrological Processes, v. 22, iss. 11, p. 1713-1724 LA - en. [get publication]
2005Kipp, K L, Hsieh, P A, Hayba, D O, and Ingebritsen, S E, 2005, HYDROTHERM: A simulator of two-phase ground-water flow and heat transport: International Ground Water Modeling Center Newsletter, v. 23, iss. 3.
2004Parkhurst, David L, Kipp, Kenneth L, Engesgaard, Peter, and Charlton, Scott R, 2004, PHAST--a program for simulating ground-water flow, solute transport, and multicomponent geochemical reactions: United States Geological Survey. [get publication]
2003Anderman, E R, Kipp, K, Hill, M C, Valstar, J, and Neupauer, R, 2003, Model-layer Variable-Direction Horizontal Anisotropy (LVDA) capability in MODFLOW-2000: p. 42-46.
2003Hurwitz, Shaul, Kipp, Kenneth L, Ingebritsen, Steven E, and Reid, Mark E, 2003, Groundwater flow, heat transport, and water table position within volcanic edifices: Implications for volcanic processes in the Cascade Range: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 108, iss. B12. [get publication]