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Bibliography - J. P. Nogues

  1. Nogues, J. P., J. P. Fitts, Michael Celia, and Catherine A. Peters, 2013: Permeability Evolution due to Dissolution and Precipitation of Carbonate Rocks using Reactive Transport Modeling in Pore Networks. Water Resources Research, 49(9), doi:10.1002/wrcr.20486
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  2. Nogues, J. P., Benjamin Court, M. Dobossy, Jan M. Nordbotten, and Michael Celia, 2012: A methodology to estimate maximum probable leakage along old wells in a geological sequestration operation. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, Elsevier, 7, doi:10.1016/j.ijggc.2011.12.003 39-47
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  3. Nogues, J. P., Jan M. Nordbotten, and Michael Celia, 2011: Detecting leakage of brine or CO2 through abandoned wells in a geological sequestration operation using pressure monitoring wells. Energy Procedia, 4, doi:10.1016/j.egypro.2011.02.292 3620-3627
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  4. Nordbotten, Jan M., J. P. Nogues, and Michael Celia, March 2010: Appropriate Choice of Average Pressure for Upscaling Relative Permeability in Dynamic Flow Conditions. SPE Journal, 15(1), doi:10.2118/113558-PA 228-237
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  5. Nordbotten, Jan M., and J. P. Nogues, et al., in press: Appropriate Choice of Average Pressure for Upscaling Relative permeability in Dynamic Flow Conditions. SPE Journal. 0/08.

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