Kitanidis develops methods for the solution of interpolation and inverse problems utilizing observations and mathematical models of flow and transport. He studies dilution and mixing of soluble substances in heterogeneous geologic formations, issues of scale in mass transport in heterogeneous porous media, and techniques to speed up the decay of pollutants in situ. He also develops methods for hydrologic forecasting and the optimization of sampling and control strategies.
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|Hydraulic performance analysis of a multiple injection-extraction well system||Luo, J, et al.||J. Hydrol.||01-2007|
|Dependence of lumped mass transfer coefficient on scale and reactions kinetics for biologically enhanced NAPL dissolution||Chu, M, et al.||Adv. in Water Resour.||01-2007|
|A Bayesian geostatistical transfer function approach to tracer test analysis||Fienen, MN, et al.||Water Resour. Res.||01-2006|
|Experimental determination of transverse dispersivity in a helix and a cochlea||Benekos, ID, et al.||Water Resour. Res.||01-2006|
|A Method for the Interpolation of Nonnegative Functions with an Application to Contaminant Load Estimation||Michalak, AM; PK Kitanidis||Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment||01-2005|
|Mass-transfer limitations for nitrate removal in a uranium-contaminated aquifer||Luo, J, et al.,||Environ. Sci. Technol.||01-2005|
L. G. Straub Award, 1979. W. L. Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize, 1994. ISI Highly Cited Researcher, 2001.