Michael Cardiff
Michael Cardiff
Associate Professor of Geoscience, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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A potential‐based inversion of unconfined steady‐state hydraulic tomography
M Cardiff, W Barrash, PK Kitanidis, B Malama, A Revil, S Straface, E Rizzo
Ground Water 47 (2), 259-270, 2009
3-D transient hydraulic tomography in unconfined aquifers with fast drainage response
M Cardiff, W Barrash
Water Resources Research 47 (12), W12518, 2011
Aquifer heterogeneity characterization with oscillatory pumping: Sensitivity analysis and imaging potential
M Cardiff, T Bakhos, PK Kitanidis, W Barrash
Water Resources Research 49 (9), 5395-5410, 2013
A field proof-of-concept of aquifer imaging using 3-D transient hydraulic tomography with modular, temporarily-emplaced equipment
M Cardiff, W Barrash, PK Kitanidis
Water Resources Research 48 (5), W05531, 2012
Hydraulic conductivity imaging from 3‐D transient hydraulic tomography at several pumping/observation densities
M Cardiff, W Barrash, PK Kitanidis
Water Resources Research 49 (11), 7311-7326, 2013
Bayesian inversion for facies detection: An extensible level set framework
M Cardiff, PK Kitanidis
Water Resources Research 45 (10), W10416, 2009
Reconstruction of the Water Table from Self‐Potential Data: A Bayesian Approach
A Jardani, A Revil, W Barrash, A Crespy, E Rizzo, S Straface, M Cardiff, ...
Ground Water 47 (2), 213-227, 2008
Efficient solution of nonlinear, underdetermined inverse problems with a generalized PDE model
M Cardiff, PK Kitanidis
Computers & Geosciences 34 (11), 1480-1491, 2008
Time-series analysis of surface deformation at Brady Hot Springs geothermal field (Nevada) using interferometric synthetic aperture radar
ST Ali, J Akerley, EC Baluyut, M Cardiff, NC Davatzes, KL Feigl, W Foxall, ...
Geothermics 61, 114-120, 2016
Hydraulic Tomography: Continuity and Discontinuity of High‐K and Low‐K Zones
DL Hochstetler, W Barrash, C Leven, M Cardiff, F Chidichimo, ...
Groundwater 54 (2), 171-185, 2016
Parameter estimation in nonlinear environmental problems
X Liu, MA Cardiff, PK Kitanidis
Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 24 (7), 1003-1022, 2010
Frequency dependent hydraulic properties estimated from oscillatory pumping tests in an unconfined aquifer
A Rabinovich, W Barrash, M Cardiff, DL Hochstetler, T Bakhos, G Dagan, ...
Journal of Hydrology 531, 2-16, 2015
Joint inversion of steady-state hydrologic and self-potential data for 3D hydraulic conductivity distribution at the Boise Hydrogeophysical Research Site
S Straface, F Chidichimo, E Rizzo, M Riva, W Barrash, A Revil, M Cardiff, ...
Journal of Hydrology 407 (1), 115-128, 2011
Information content of slug tests for estimating hydraulic properties in realistic, high-conductivity aquifer scenarios
M Cardiff, W Barrash, M Thoma, B Malama
Journal of Hydrology 403 (1), 66-82, 2011
Data processing for oscillatory pumping tests
T Bakhos, M Cardiff, W Barrash, PK Kitanidis
Journal of Hydrology 511, 310-319, 2014
Geothermal production and reduced seismicity: Correlation and proposed mechanism
M Cardiff, DD Lim, JR Patterson, J Akerley, P Spielman, J Lopeman, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 482, 470-477, 2018
Analytical and semi‐analytical tools for the design of oscillatory pumping tests
M Cardiff, W Barrash
Groundwater 53 (6), 896-907, 2015
Estimating unsaturated hydraulic functions for coarse sediment from a field-scale infiltration experiment
MJ Thoma, W Barrash, M Cardiff, J Bradford, J Mead
Vadose Zone Journal 13 (3), vzj2013. 05.0096, 2014
Cost optimization of DNAPL source and plume remediation under uncertainty using a semi-analytic model
M Cardiff, X Liu, PK Kitanidis, J Parker, U Kim
Journal of contaminant hydrology 113 (1), 25-43, 2010
Geothermal reservoir characterization using distributed temperature sensing at Brady Geothermal Field, Nevada
JR Patterson, M Cardiff, T Coleman, H Wang, KL Feigl, J Akerley, ...
The Leading Edge 36 (12), 1024a1-1024a7, 2017
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