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Sean A. McKenna
Sean A. McKenna
Executive Director, Division of Hydrologic Sciences, Desert Research Institute
Verified email at dri.edu
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On the late‐time behavior of tracer test breakthrough curves
R Haggerty, SA McKenna, LC Meigs
Water Resources Research 36 (12), 3467-3479, 2000
5862000
Tracer tests in a fractured dolomite: 2. Analysis of mass transfer in single‐well injection‐withdrawal tests
R Haggerty, SW Fleming, LC Meigs, SA McKenna
Water Resources Research 37 (5), 1129-1142, 2001
2582001
Field example of data fusion in site characterization
SA McKenna, EP Poeter
Water Resources Research 31 (12), 3229-3240, 1995
1371995
Geostatistical interpolation of object counts collected from multiple strip transects: Ordinary kriging versus finite domain kriging
H Saito, SA McKenna, DA Zimmerman, TC Coburn
Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 19, 71-85, 2005
1192005
Tracer tests in a fractured dolomite: 3. Double‐porosity, multiple‐rate mass transfer processes in convergent flow tracer tests
SA McKenna, LC Meigs, R Haggerty
Water Resources Research 37 (5), 1143-1154, 2001
1162001
Reducing uncertainty associated with ground‐water flow and transport predictions
EP Poeter, SA McKenna
Groundwater 33 (6), 899-904, 1995
1001995
Detecting changes in water quality data
SA McKenna, M Wilson, KA Klise
Journal‐American Water Works Association 100 (1), 74-85, 2008
882008
Mixing at cross junctions in water distribution systems. II: Experimental study
RG Austin, BB Waanders, S McKenna, CY Choi
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 134 (3), 295-302, 2008
712008
Water quality event detection systems for drinking water contamination warning systems—development, testing, and application of CANARY
R Murray, T Haxton, SA McKenna, DB Hart, K Klise, M Koch, ED Vugrin, ...
EPAI600IR-lOI036, US, 2010
702010
CANARY: a water quality event detection algorithm development tool
D Hart, SA McKenna, K Klise, V Cruz, M Wilson
World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2007: Restoring Our Natural …, 2007
662007
Tailoring seasonal time series models to forecast short-term water demand
E Arandia, A Ba, B Eck, S McKenna
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 142 (3), 04015067, 2016
642016
Scalable anomaly detection for smart city infrastructure networks
DE Difallah, P Cudre-Mauroux, SA McKenna
IEEE Internet Computing 17 (6), 39-47, 2013
642013
Water quality change detection: multivariate algorithms
KA Klise, SA McKenna
Optics and Photonics in Global Homeland Security II 6203, 95-103, 2006
612006
Exploring solute transport and streamline connectivity using lidar‐based outcrop images and geostatistical representations of heterogeneity
KA Klise, GS Weissmann, SA McKenna, EM Nichols, JD Frechette, ...
Water Resources Research 45 (5), 2009
582009
UNCERT: geostatistics, uncertainty analysis and visualization software applied to groundwater flow and contaminant transport modeling
WL Wingle, EP Poeter, SA McKenna
Computers & Geosciences 25 (4), 365-376, 1999
561999
Water Demand Pattern Classification from Smart Meter Data
SA McKenna, F Fusco, BJ Eck
Procedia Engineering 70, 1121-1130, 2014
542014
ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTS OF HETEROGENEITY ON HEAT EXTRACTION IN AN EGS REPRESENTED WITH THE CONTINUUM FRACTURE MODEL.
EA Kalinina, SA McKenna, T Hadgu, TS Lowry
Sandia National Lab.(SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States), 2012
542012
Distributed sensor fusion in water quality event detection
MW Koch, SA McKenna
Journal of water resources planning and management 137 (1), 10-19, 2011
512011
Parameter estimation and predictive uncertainty in stochastic inverse modeling of groundwater flow: Comparing null‐space Monte Carlo and multiple starting point methods
H Yoon, DB Hart, SA McKenna
Water Resources Research 49 (1), 536-553, 2013
482013
Flow calculations for Yucca Mountain groundwater travel time (GWTT-95)
SJ Altman, BW Arnold, RW Barnard, GE Barr, CK Ho, SA McKenna, ...
Sandia National Lab.(SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States), 1996
461996
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