Douglas S. Cherkauer

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI 
Hydrology, Geology, Geophysics
"Douglas Cherkauer"
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Cherkauer DS, Ansari SA. (2005) Estimating ground water recharge from topography, hydrogeology, and land cover. Ground Water. 43: 102-12
Cherkauer DS. (2004) Quantifying ground water recharge at multiple scales using PRMS and GIS. Ground Water. 42: 97-110
Schulze-Makuch D, Carlson DA, Cherkauer DS, et al. (1999) Scale Dependency of Hydraulic Conductivity in Heterogeneous Media Ground Water. 37: 904-919
Schulze-Makuch D, Cherkauer DS. (1998) Variations in hydraulic conductivity with scale of measurement during aquifer tests in heterogeneous, porous carbonate rocks Hydrogeology Journal. 6: 204-215
Cherkauer DS, Carlson DA. (1997) Interaction of Lake Michigan with a layered aquifer stressed by drainage Ground Water. 35: 981-989
Schulze-Makuch D, Cherkauer DS. (1995) Scale behavior of hydraulic conductivity during a pumping test Effects of Scale On Interpretation and Management of Sediment and Water Quality. Proc. Symposium, Boulder, 1995. 226: 141-146
Schulze-Makuch D, Cherkauer DS. (1995) Relation of hydraulic conductivity and dispersivity to scale of measurement in a carbonate aquifer Models For Assessing and Monitoring Groundwater Quality. Proc. Symposium, Boulder, 1995. 227: 223-230
Schulze-Makuch D, Cherkauer DS. (1995) Facies dependent scale behaviour of hydraulic conductivity and longitudinal dispersivity Groundwater Quality: Remediation and Protection. Proc. Conference, Prague, 1995. 157-164
Cherkauer DS, Taylor RW. (1990) The spatially continuous determination of groundwater flow to surface water bodies: Application to the Connecting Channels between Lakes Huron and Erie Journal of Hydrology. 114: 349-369
Cherkauer DS, Zager JP. (1989) Groundwater interaction with a kettle-hole lake: Relation of observations to digital simulations Journal of Hydrology. 109: 167-184
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