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On the value of lithofacies data for improving groundwater flow model accuracy in a three-dimensional laboratory-scale synthetic aquifer

Bibliographic reference Sakaki, Toshihiro ; Frippiat, Christophe C. ; Komatsu, Mitsuru ; Illangasekare, Tissa H.. On the value of lithofacies data for improving groundwater flow model accuracy in a three-dimensional laboratory-scale synthetic aquifer. In: Water Resources Research, Vol. 45 (2009)
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