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2011Day-Lewis, Frederick D, Johnson, Carole D, Paillet, Frederick L, and Halford, Keith J, 2011, A Computer Program for Flow-Log Analysis of Single Holes (FLASH): Ground Water, v. 49, iss. 6, p. 926-931. [get publication]
2005Naus, Cheryl A, McCleskey, R Blaine, Nordstrom, D Kirk, Donohoe, Lisa C, Hunt, Andrew G, Paillet, Frederick L, Morin, Roger H, and Verplanck, Philip L, 2005, Questa baseline and pre-mining ground-water quality investigation. 5. Well installation, water-level data, and surface- and ground-water geochemistry in the Straight Creek drainage basin, Red River Valley, New Mexico, 2001-03: U.S. Geological Survey 2005-5088. [get publication]
2004Paillet, F L, 2004, Discussion of "Implications of Observed and Simulated Ambient Flow in Monitoring Wells, by Alper Elci, Fred J. Molz III, and W. R. Waldrop, November-December 2001 issue, v. 39, no. 6: 853-862": Ground Water, v. 42, iss. 1, p. 137-138.
2004Paillet, F L, Molz, F J, and Elci, A, 2004, "Implications of Observed and Simulated Ambient Flow in Monitoring Wells," by Alper Elci, Fred J. Molz III, and W. R. Waldrop, November-December 2001 issue, v. 39, no. 6: 853-862": Ground Water, v. 42, iss. 1, p. 137-139.
2002Benson, L V, and Paillet, F L, 2002, HIBAL: A hydrologic-isotopic-balance model for application to paleolake systems: Quaternary Science Reviews, v. 21, p. 1521-1539.
2002Benson, L, Kashgarian, M, Rye, R, Lund, S, Paillet, F, Smoot, J, Kester, C, Mensing, S, Meko, D, and Lindstrom, S, 2002, Holocene multidecadal and multicentennial droughts affecting Northern California and Nevada: Quaternary Science Reviews, v. 21, p. 659-682.
2002Paillet, F.l, Williams, J.h., Oki, D.s., and Knutson, K.d., 2002, Comparison of Formation and Fluid-Column Logs in a Heterogeneous Basalt Aquifer: Ground Water, v. 40, iss. 6, p. 577-585. [get publication]
2002Williams, J H, and Paillet, F L, 2002, Using flowmeter pulse tests to define hydraulic connections in the subsurface: a fractured shale example: Journal of Hydrology, v. 265, iss. 1–4, p. 100-117. [get publication]