Erica L. DiFilippo, Ph.D.

2008 Engineering, Environmental University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
Hydrology, Environmental Engineering, Geochemistry
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Mark L. Brusseau grad student 2008 University of Arizona
 (Investigation of mass flux reduction as a function of source-zone mass removal for immiscible-liquid contaminated aquifers.)
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DiFilippo EL, Brusseau ML. (2011) Application of Light Reflection Visualization for Measuring Organic-Liquid Saturation for Two-Phase Systems in Two-Dimensional Flow Cells. Environmental Engineering Science. 28: 803-809
DiFilippo EL, Brusseau ML. (2011) Assessment of a simple function to evaluate the relationship between mass flux reduction and mass removal for organic-liquid contaminated source zones. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 123: 104-13
DiFilippo EL, Carroll KC, Brusseau ML. (2010) Impact of organic-liquid distribution and flow-field heterogeneity on reductions in mass flux. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 115: 14-25
Marble JC, DiFilippo EL, Zhang Z, et al. (2008) Application of a lumped-process mathematical model to dissolution of non-uniformly distributed immiscible liquid in heterogeneous porous media. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 100: 1-10
Difilippo EL, Brusseau ML. (2008) Relationship between mass-flux reduction and source-zone mass removal: analysis of field data. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 98: 22-35
Brusseau ML, Difilippo EL, Marble JC, et al. (2008) Mass-removal and mass-flux-reduction behavior for idealized source zones with hydraulically poorly-accessible immiscible liquid. Chemosphere. 71: 1511-21
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