Publications

2019

  1. Javitt L., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2019). Catalytic degradation of fluorouracil and its derivatives by copper-based nanoparticles.  Environmental Engineering Science.  Abstract
  2. Kouhail Y., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2019). Current Knowledge on Transport and Reactivity of Technology-Critical Elements (TCEs) in Soil and Aquifer Environments.  Environmental Chemistry.  Abstract
  3. Shilo Y., Modai J., Leibovici D., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2019). The Impact of Ureteral Deformation and External Ureteral Pressure on Stent Failure in Extrinsic Ureteral Obstruction: An In Vitro Experimental Study.  Journal of Endourology.  Abstract
  4. Nath J., Dror I., Landa P., Motkova K., Vanek T. & Berkowitz B. (2019). Isotopic labelling for sensitive detection of nanoparticle uptake and translocation in plants from hydroponic medium and soil.  Environmental Chemistry. 16:(6)391-400.  Abstract
  5. Goykhman N., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2019). Transport of platinum-based pharmaceuticals in water-saturated sand and natural soil: Carboplatin and cisplatin species.  Chemosphere. 219:390-399.  Abstract
  6. Nissan A. & Berkowitz B. (2019). Anomalous transport dependence on Péclet number, porous medium heterogeneity, and a temporally varying velocity field.  Physical Review. E. 99:(3)  Abstract
  7. Ringering K., Kouhail Y., Yecheskel Y., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2019). Mobility and retention of indium and gallium in saturated porous media.  Journal of Hazardous Materials. 363:394-400.  Abstract
  8. Li P. & Berkowitz B. (2019). Characterization of mixing and reaction between chemical species during cycles of drainage and imbibition in porous media.  Advances in Water Resources. 130:113-128.  Abstract
  9. Ben-Zvi (Amrani) R., Scher H. & Berkowitz B. (2019). Bimolecular reactive transport in a two-dimensional velocity field in disordered media.  Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical. 52:(42)  Abstract

2018

  1. Nath J., Dror I., Landa P., Vanek T., Kaplan-Ashiri I. & Berkowitz B. (2018). Synthesis and characterization of isotopically-labeled silver, copper and zinc oxide nanoparticles for tracing studies in plants.  Environmental Pollution. 242, Part B:1827-1837.  Abstract
  2. Li P. & Berkowitz B. (2018). Controls on interactions between resident and infiltrating waters in porous media.  Advances in Water Resources. 121:304-315.  Abstract
  3. Goykhman N., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2018). Transport of oxaliplatin species in water-saturated natural soil.  Chemosphere. 208:829-837.  Abstract
  4. Ben-Zvi R., Jiang S., Scher H. & Berkowitz B. (2018). Finite-Element Method Solution of Non-Fickian Transport in Porous Media: The CTRW-FEM Package.  Groundwater. 57:(3)479-484.  Abstract
  5. Maina F. H., Ackerer P., Younes A., Guadagnini A. & Berkowitz B. (2018). Benchmarking numerical codes for tracer transport with the aid of laboratory-scale experiments in 2D heterogeneous porous media.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 212:55-64.  Abstract
  6. Nissan A. & Berkowitz B. (2018). Inertial Effects on Flow and Transport in Heterogeneous Porous Media.  Physical Review Letters. 120:(5)  Abstract
  7. Yecheskel Y., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2018). Silver nanoparticle (Ag-NP) retention and release in partially saturated soil: column experiments and modelling.  Environmental Science: Nano. 5:(2)422-435.  Abstract
  8. Ben-Zvi R., Nissan A., Scher H. & Berkowitz B. (2018). A continuous time random walk (CTRW) integro-differential equation with chemical interaction.  European Physical Journal B. 91:(1)  Abstract

2017

  1. Ben-Zvi R., Scher H. & Berkowitz B. (2017). Two-dimensional finite element method solution of a class of integro-differential equations: Application to non-Fickian transport in disordered media.  International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering. 112:(5)459-478.  Abstract
  2. Stepka Z., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2017). The effect of nanoparticles and humic acid on technology critical element concentrations in aqueous solutions with soil and sand.  Science of the Total Environment. 610-611:1083-1091.  Abstract
  3. Berkowitz B., Dror I., Ben Sasson M. & Kalidhasan S. (2017). Copper nanoparticles for degradation of pollutants.  .  Abstract
  4. Nissan A., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2017). Time-dependent velocity-field controls on anomalous chemical transport in porous media.  Water Resources Research. 53:(5)3760-3769.  Abstract
  5. Kalidhasan S., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2017). Atrazine degradation through PEI-copper nanoparticles deposited onto montmorillonite and sand.  Scientific Reports. 7.  Abstract
  6. Dror I., Yaron B. & Berkowitz B. (2017). Microchemical contaminants as forming agents of anthropogenic soils.  Ambio. 46:(1)109-120.  Abstract
  7. Kalidhasan S., Ben-Sasson M., Dror I., Carmieli R., Schuster E. M. & Berkowitz B. (2017). Oxidation of aqueous organic pollutants using a stable copper nanoparticle suspension.  Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering. 95:(2)343-352.  Abstract
  8. Goeppert N., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2017). Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Free and Conjugated Estrogens During Soil Column Transport.  Clean - Soil, Air, Water. 45:(2)  Abstract

2016

  1. Berkowitz B., Dror I., Hansen S. K. & Scher H. (2016). Measurements and models of reactive transport in geological media.  Reviews of Geophysics. 54:(4)930-986.  Abstract
  2. Hansen S. K., Berkowitz B., Vesselinov V. V., O'Malley D. & Karra S. (2016). Push-pull tracer tests: Their information content and use for characterizing non-Fickian, mobile-immobile behavior.  Water Resources Research. 52:(12)9565-9585.  Abstract
  3. Berkowitz B., Blunt M. & Scher H. (2016). Preface: Special Issue in Honor of Harvey Scher's 80th Birthday.  Transport in Porous Media. 115:(2)209-214.
  4. Ben-Zvi R., Scher H., Jiang S. & Berkowitz B. (2016). One-Dimensional Finite Element Method Solution of a Class of Integro-Differential Equations: Application to Non-Fickian Transport in Disordered Media.  Transport in Porous Media. 115:(2)239-263.  Abstract
  5. Edery Y., Porta G. M., Guadagnini A., Scher H. & Berkowitz B. (2016). Characterization of Bimolecular Reactive Transport in Heterogeneous Porous Media.  Transport in Porous Media. 115:(2)291-310.  Abstract
  6. Yaron B., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2016). Engineered nanomaterials as a potential metapedogenetic factor: A perspective.  Catena. 146:30-37.  Abstract
  7. Edery Y., Geiger S. & Berkowitz B. (2016). Structural controls on anomalous transport in fractured porous rock.  Water Resources Research. 52:(7)5634-5643.  Abstract
  8. Naftaly A., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2016). Measurement and modeling of engineered nanoparticle transport and aging dynamics in a reactive porous medium.  Water Resources Research. 52:(7)5473-5491.  Abstract
  9. Yecheskel Y., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2016). Transport of engineered nanoparticles in partially saturated sand columns.  Journal of Hazardous Materials. 311:254-62.  Abstract
  10. Menahem A., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2016). Transport of gadolinium- and arsenic-based pharmaceuticals in saturated soil under various redox conditions.  Chemosphere. 144:713-20.  Abstract
  11. Berkowitz B., Dror I., Ben Sasson M. & Kalidhasan S. (2016). Copper nanoparticles for oxidation of pollutants.  .  Abstract

2015

  1. Naftaly A., Edery Y., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2015). Visualization and analysis of nanoparticle transport and ageing in reactive porous media.  Journal of Hazardous Materials. 299:513-519.  Abstract
  2. Goeppert N., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2015). Fate and transport of free and conjugated estrogens during soil passage.  Environmental Pollution. 206:80-87.  Abstract
  3. Dror I., Yaron B. & Berkowitz B. (2015). Abiotic soil changes induced by engineered nanomaterials: A critical review.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 181:3-16.  Abstract
  4. Edery Y., Dror I., Scher H. & Berkowitz B. (2015). Anomalous reactive transport in porous media: Experiments and modeling.  Physical Review E. 91:(5)  Abstract
  5. Ciriello V., Edery Y., Guadagnini A. & Berkowitz B. (2015). Multimodel framework for characterization of transport in porous media.  Water Resources Research. 51:(5)3384-3402.  Abstract
  6. Hansen S. K. & Berkowitz B. (2015). Integrodifferential formulations of the continuous-time random walk for solute transport subject to bimolecular A plus B -> 0 reactions: From micro- to mesoscopic.  Physical Review E. 91:(3)  Abstract
  7. Raveh-Rubin S., Edery Y., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2015). Nickel migration and retention dynamics in natural soil columns.  Water Resources Research. 51:(9)7702-7722.  Abstract

2014

  1. Hansen S. K. & Berkowitz B. (2014). Interpretation and nonuniqueness of CTRW transition distributions: Insights from an alternative solute transport formulation.  Advances in Water Resources. 74:54-63.  Abstract
  2. Kapetas L., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2014). Evidence of preferential path formation and path memory effect during successive infiltration and drainage cycles in uniform sand columns.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 165:1-10.  Abstract
  3. Hansen S. K., Scher H. & Berkowitz B. (2014). First-principles derivation of reactive transport modeling parameters for particle tracking and PDE approaches.  Advances in Water Resources. 69:146-158.  Abstract
  4. Berkowitz B., Dror I. & Yaron B. (2014). Contaminant geochemistry: Interactions and transport in the subsurface environment.  . 9783642547775.  Abstract
  5. Berkowitz B. & Dror I. (2014). Decreasing or preventing sub-surface geological matter contamination by agrochemicals.  .  Abstract
  6. Edery Y., Guadagnini A., Scher H. & Berkowitz B. (2014). Origins of anomalous transport in heterogeneous media: Structural and dynamic controls.  Water Resources Research. 50:(2)1490-1505.  Abstract
  7. Goeppert N., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2014). Detection, fate and transport of estrogen family hormones in soil.  Chemosphere. 95:336-345.  Abstract

2013

  1. Frenk S., Ben Moshe T., Dror I., Berkowitz B. & Minz D. (2013). Effect of Metal Oxide Nanoparticles on Microbial Community Structure and Function in Two Different Soil Types.  PLoS One. 8:(12)  Abstract
  2. Ciriello V., Guadagnini A., Di Federico V., Edery Y. & Berkowitz B. (2013). Comparative analysis of formulations for conservative transport in porous media through sensitivity-based parameter calibration.  Water Resources Research. 49:(9)5206-5220.  Abstract
  3. Yecheskel Y., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2013). Catalytic degradation of brominated flame retardants by copper oxide nanoparticles.  Chemosphere. 93:(1)172-177.  Abstract
  4. Nowamooz A., Radilla G., Fourar M. & Berkowitz B. (2013). Non-Fickian Transport in Transparent Replicas of Rough-Walled Rock Fractures.  Transport in Porous Media. 98:(3)651-682.  Abstract
  5. Edery Y., Kostinski A. B., Majumdar S. N. & Berkowitz B. (2013). Record-Breaking Statistics for Random Walks in the Presence of Measurement Error and Noise.  Physical Review Letters. 110:(18)  Abstract
  6. Berkowitz B., Cortis A. & Dror I. (2013). Zero valent metal composite, manufacturing, system and method using thereof, for catalytically treating contaminated water.  .  Abstract
  7. Janetti E. B., Dror I., Riva M., Guadagnini A., Sanchez-Vila X. & Berkowitz B. (2013). Mobility and Interaction of Heavy Metals in a Natural Soil.  Transport in Porous Media. 97:(3)295-315.  Abstract
  8. Berkowitz Y., Edery Y., Scher H. & Berkowitz B. (2013). Fickian and non-Fickian diffusion with bimolecular reactions.  Physical Review E. 87:(3)  Abstract
  9. Edery Y., Guadagnini A., Scher H. & Berkowitz B. (2013). Reactive transport in disordered media: Role of fluctuations in interpretation of laboratory experiments.  Advances in Water Resources. 51:86-103.  Abstract
  10. Ben Moshe T., Frenk S., Dror I., Minz D. & Berkowitz B. (2013). Effects of metal oxide nanoparticles on soil properties.  Chemosphere. 90:(2)640-646.  Abstract

2012

  1. Berkowitz B. & Dror I. (2012). Methods and apparatuses for decreasing the CO2 concentration of a fluid.  .  Abstract
  2. Yaron B., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2012). Soil-subsurface change: Chemical pollutant impacts.  . 9783642243875.  Abstract
  3. Gouet-Kaplan M., Arye G. & Berkowitz B. (2012). Interplay between resident and infiltrating water: Estimates from transient water flow and solute transport.  Journal of Hydrology. 458:40-50.  Abstract
  4. Sagee O., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2012). Transport of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) in soil.  Chemosphere. 88:(5)670-675.  Abstract
  5. Dror I., Jacov O. M., Cortis A. & Berkowitz B. (2012). Catalytic Transformation of Persistent Contaminants Using a New Composite Material Based on Nanosized Zero-Valent Iron.  ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces. 4:(7)3416-3423.  Abstract
  6. Ben Moshe T., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2012). Copper Oxide Nanoparticle-Coated Quartz Sand as a Catalyst for Degradation of an Organic Dye in Water.  Water Air And Soil Pollution. 223:(6)3105-3115.  Abstract
  7. Janetti E. B., Dror I., Guadagnini A., Riva M. & Berkowitz B. (2012). Estimation of Single-Metal and Competitive Sorption Isotherms through Maximum Likelihood and Model Quality Criteria.  Soil Science Society of America Journal. 76:(4)1229-1245.  Abstract
  8. Rubin S., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2012). Experimental and modeling analysis of coupled non-Fickian transport and sorption in natural soils.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 132:28-36.  Abstract
  9. Fink L., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2012). Enrofloxacin oxidative degradation facilitated by metal oxide nanoparticles.  Chemosphere. 86:(2)144-149.  Abstract

2011

  1. Kuntz B. W., Rubin S., Berkowitz B. & Singha K. (2011). Quantifying Solute Transport at the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory.  Vadose Zone Journal. 10:(3)843-857.  Abstract
  2. Edery Y., Kostinski A. & Berkowitz B. (2011). Record setting during dispersive transport in porous media.  Geophysical Research Letters. 38.  Abstract
  3. Edery Y., Scher H. & Berkowitz B. (2011). Dissolution and precipitation dynamics during dedolomitization.  Water Resources Research. 47.  Abstract
  4. Gouet-Kaplan M. & Berkowitz B. (2011). Measurements of Interactions between Resident and Infiltrating Water in a Lattice Micromodel.  Vadose Zone Journal. 10:(2)624-633.  Abstract
  5. Bijeljic B., Rubin S., Scher H. & Berkowitz B. (2011). Non-Fickian transport in porous media with bimodal structural heterogeneity.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 120-21:213-221.  Abstract
  6. Katz G. E., Berkowitz B., Guadagnini A. & Saaltink M. W. (2011). Experimental and modeling investigation of multicomponent reactive transport in porous media.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 120-21:27-44.  Abstract
  7. Arye G., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2011). Fate and transport of carbamazepine in soil aquifer treatment (SAT) infiltration basin soils.  Chemosphere. 82:(2)244-252.  Abstract

2010

  1. Scher H., Willbrand K. & Berkowitz B. (2010). Transport Equation Evaluation of Coupled Continuous Time Random Walks.  Journal of Statistical Physics. 141:(6)1093-1103.  Abstract
  2. Berkowitz B., Emmanuel S. & Scher H. (2010). Reply to comment by V. P. Shkilev on "Non-Fickian transport and multiple-rate mass transfer in porous media".  Water Resources Research. 46.
  3. Ben Moshe T., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2010). Transport of metal oxide nanoparticles in saturated porous media.  Chemosphere. 81:(3)387-393.  Abstract
  4. Edery Y., Scher H. & Berkowitz B. (2010). Particle tracking model of bimolecular reactive transport in porous media.  Water Resources Research. 46.  Abstract
  5. Srinivasan G., Tartakovsky D. M., Dentz M., Viswanathan H., Berkowitz B. & Robinson B. A. (2010). Random walk particle tracking simulations of non-Fickian transport in heterogeneous media.  Journal of Computational Physics. 229:(11)4304-4314.  Abstract
  6. Dentz M. & Berkowitz B. (2010). Erratum: Exact effective transport dynamics in a one-dimensional random environment (vol 72, art no 031110, 2005).  Physical Review E. 81:(5)
  7. Scher H., Willbrand K. & Berkowitz B. (2010). Transport in disordered media with spatially nonuniform fields.  Physical Review E. 81:(3)  Abstract
  8. Berkowitz B. & Scher H. (2010). Anomalous transport in correlated velocity fields.  Physical Review E. 81:(1)  Abstract
  9. Yaron B., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2010). Contaminant geochemistry: a new perspective.  Naturwissenschaften. 97:(1)1-17.  Abstract

2009

  1. Dror I., Ben Moshe T. & Berkowitz B. (2009). Use of nanoparticles for degradation of water contaminants in oxidative and reductive reactions.  Environmental Application of Nanoscale and Microscale Reactive Metal Particles. 1027:23-37.  Abstract
  2. Yaron B., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2009). Chemical contaminants as a factor of soil-subsurface metagenesis.  Bulletin of the International Union Of Soil Sciences (IUSS). 115:11-12.  Abstract
  3. Berkowitz B. & Scher H. (2009). Exploring the nature of non-Fickian transport in laboratory experiments.  Advances in Water Resources. 32:(5)750-755.  Abstract
  4. Gouet-Kaplan M., Tartakovsky A. & Berkowitz B. (2009). Simulation of the interplay between resident and infiltrating water in partially saturated porous media.  Water Resources Research. 45.  Abstract
  5. Guadagnini A., Sanchez-Vila X., Saaltink M. W., Bussini M. & Berkowitz B. (2009). Application of a mixing-ratios based formulation to model mixing-driven dissolution experiments.  Advances in Water Resources. 32:(5)756-766.  Abstract
  6. Nelkenbaum E., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2009). Reductive dechlorination of atrazine catalyzed by metalloporphyrins.  Chemosphere. 75:(1)48-55.  Abstract
  7. Berkowitz B., Cortis A., Dror I. & Scher H. (2009). Laboratory experiments on dispersive transport across interfaces: The role of flow direction.  Water Resources Research. 45.  Abstract
  8. Edery Y., Scher H. & Berkowitz B. (2009). Modeling bimolecular reactions and transport in porous media.  Geophysical Research Letters. 36.  Abstract
  9. Ben Moshe T., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2009). Oxidation of organic pollutants in aqueous solutions by nanosized copper oxide catalysts.  Applied Catalysis B-Environmental. 85:(3-4)207-211.  Abstract

2008

  1. Berkowitz B., Dror I. & Yaron B. (2008). Contaminant geochemistry: Interactions and transport in the subsurface environment.  Springer.  Abstract
  2. Dentz M., Scher H., Holder D. & Berkowitz B. (2008). Transport behavior of coupled continuous-time random walks.  Physical Review E. 78:(4)  Abstract
  3. Yaron B., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2008). Contaminant-induced irreversible changes in properties of the soil-vadose-aquifer zone: An overview.  Chemosphere. 71:(8)1409-1421.  Abstract
  4. Berkowitz B., Emmanuel S. & Scher H. (2008). Non-Fickian transport and multiple-rate mass transfer in porous media.  Water Resources Research. 44:(3)  Abstract
  5. Holder D., Scher H. & Berkowitz B. (2008). Numerical study of diffusion on a random-mixed-bond lattice.  Physical Review E. 77:(3)  Abstract

2007

  1. Berkowitz B. & Dror I. (2007). Decontaminating fluids and methods of use thereof.  .  Abstract
  2. Ovdat H. & Berkowitz B. (2007). Pore-scale imbibition experiments in dry and prewetted porous media.  Advances in Water Resources. 30:(11)2373-2386.  Abstract
  3. Yaron-Markovich D., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2007). Behavior and stability of organic contaminant droplets in aqueous solutions.  Chemosphere. 69:(10)1593-1601.  Abstract
  4. Nelkenbaum E., Dror I. & Berkowitz B. (2007). Reductive hydrogenation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons catalyzed by metalloporphyrins.  Chemosphere. 68:(2)210-217.  Abstract
  5. Kapiluto Y., Yakir D., Tans P. & Berkowitz B. (2007). Experimental and numerical studies of the O-18 exchange between CO2 and water in the atmosphere-soil invasion flux.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 71:(11)2657-2671.  Abstract
  6. Emmanuel S. & Berkowitz B. (2007). Phase separation and convection in heterogeneous porous media: Implications for seafloor hydrothermal systems.  Journal Of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 112:(B5)  Abstract
  7. Berkowitz B. & Dror I. (2007). Catalytically treating water contaminated with halogenated organic compounds.  .  Abstract
  8. Emmanuel S. & Berkowitz B. (2007). Continuous time random walks and heat transfer in porous media.  Transport in Porous Media. 67:(3)413-430.  Abstract
  9. Emmanuel S. & Berkowitz B. (2007). Effects of pore-size controlled solubility on reactive transport in heterogeneous rock.  Geophysical Research Letters. 34:(6)  Abstract
  10. Berkowitz B., Dror I. & Dunn S. R. (2007). Method for extracting and upgrading of heavy and semi-heavy oils and bitumens.  .  Abstract

2006

  1. Emmanuel S. & Berkowitz B. (2006). An experimental analogue for convection and phase separation in hydrothermal systems.  Journal Of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 111:(B9)  Abstract
  2. Berkowitz B., Cortis A., Dentz M. & Scher H. (2006). Modeling non-Fickian transport in geological formations as a continuous time random walk.  Reviews of Geophysics. 44:(2)  Abstract
  3. Ovdat H. & Berkowitz B. (2006). Pore-scale study of drainage displacement under combined capillary and gravity effects in index-matched porous media.  Water Resources Research. 42:(6)  Abstract
  4. Emmanuel S. & Berkowitz B. (2006). Suppression and stimulation of seafloor hydrothermal convection by exothermic mineral hydration.  Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 243:(3-4)657-668.  Abstract

2005

  1. Cortis A. & Berkowitz B. (2005). Computing "Anomalous" contaminant transport in porous media: The CTRW MATLAB toolbox.  Ground Water. 43:(6)947-950.  Abstract
  2. Hornung G., Berkowitz B. & Barkai N. (2005). Morphogen gradient formation in a complex environment: An anomalous diffusion model.  Physical Review E. 72:(4)  Abstract
  3. Amitay-Rosen T., Cortis A. & Berkowitz B. (2005). Magnetic resonance imaging and quantitative analysis of particle deposition in porous media.  Environmental Science & Technology. 39:(18)7208-7216.  Abstract
  4. Dentz M. & Berkowitz B. (2005). Exact effective transport dynamics in a one-dimensional random environment.  Physical Review E. 72:(3)  Abstract
  5. Singurindy O. & Berkowitz B. (2005). The role of fractures on coupled dissolution and precipitation patterns in carbonate rocks.  Advances in Water Resources. 28:(5)507-521.  Abstract
  6. Emmanuel S. & Berkowitz B. (2005). Mixing-induced precipitation and porosity evolution in porous media.  Advances in Water Resources. 28:(4)337-344.  Abstract
  7. Dror I., Baram D. & Berkowitz B. (2005). Use of nanosized catalysts for transformation of chloro-organic pollutants.  Environmental Science & Technology. 39:(5)1283-1290.  Abstract
  8. Parlange M. B., Berkowitz B., Porporato A., Torgersen T. & Tyler S. W. (2005). Future of Water Resources Research.  Water Resources Research. 41:(1)
  9. Berkowitz B. & Scher H. (2005). Quantification of non-Fickian transport in fractured formations.  . 162:23-31.  Abstract

2004

  1. Singurindy O. & Berkowitz B. (2004). Dedolomitization and flow in fractures.  Geophysical Research Letters. 31:(24)  Abstract
  2. Cortis A., Chen Y., Scher H. & Berkowitz B. (2004). Quantitative characterization of pore-scale disorder effects on transport in "homogeneous" granular media.  Physical Review E. 70:(4)  Abstract
  3. Dror I., Berkowitz B. & Gorelick S. M. (2004). Effects of air injection on flow through porous media: Observations and analyses of laboratory-scale processes.  Water Resources Research. 40:(9)  Abstract
  4. Cortis A. & Berkowitz B. (2004). Anomalous transport in "classical" soil and sand columns.  Soil Science Society of America Journal. 68:(5)1539-1548.  Abstract
  5. Emmanuel S., Cortis A. & Berkowitz B. (2004). Diffusion in multicomponent systems: a free energy approach.  Chemical Physics. 302:(1-3)21-30.  Abstract
  6. Berkowitz B., Silliman S. E. & Dunn A. M. (2004). Impact of the capillary fringe on local flow, chemical migration, and microbiology.  Vadose Zone Journal. 3:(2)534-548.  Abstract
  7. Singurindy O., Berkowitz B. & Lowell R. P. (2004). Carbonate dissolution and precipitation in coastal environments: Laboratory analysis and theoretical consideration.  Water Resources Research. 40:(4)  Abstract
  8. Cortis A., Gallo C., Scher H. & Berkowitz B. (2004). Numerical simulation of non-Fickian transport in geological formations with multiple-scale heterogeneities.  Water Resources Research. 40:(4)  Abstract
  9. Margolin G. & Berkowitz B. (2004). Continuous time random walks revisited: first passage time and spatial distributions.  Physica A-Statistical Mechanics And Its Applications. 334:(1-2)46-66.  Abstract
  10. Dentz M., Cortis A., Scher H. & Berkowitz B. (2004). Time behavior of solute transport in heterogeneous media: transition from anomalous to normal transport.  Advances in Water Resources. 27:(2)155-173.  Abstract

2003

  1. Margolin G., Dentz M. & Berkowitz B. (2003). Continuous time random walk and multirate mass transfer modeling of sorption.  Chemical Physics. 295:(1)71-80.  Abstract
  2. Dror I., Yaron B. & Berkowitz B. (2003). Response to comment on "Salt-pump mechanism for contaminant intrusion into coastal aquifers".  Science. 302:(5646)
  3. Park Y., Lee K., Kosakowski G. & Berkowitz B. (2003). Transport behavior in three-dimensional fracture intersections.  Water Resources Research. 39:(8)  Abstract
  4. Levy M. & Berkowitz B. (2003). Measurement and analysis of non-Fickian dispersion in heterogeneous porous media.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 64:(3-4)203-226.  Abstract
  5. Singurindy O. & Berkowitz B. (2003). Flow, dissolution, and precipitation in dolomite.  Water Resources Research. 39:(6)  Abstract
  6. Dror I., Amitay T., Yaron B. & Berkowitz B. (2003). Salt-pump mechanism for contaminant intrusion into coastal aquifers.  Science. 300:(5621)950-950.
  7. Dentz M. & Berkowitz B. (2003). Transport behavior of a passive solute in continuous time random walks and multirate mass transfer.  Water Resources Research. 39:(5)  Abstract
  8. Berkowitz B., Singurindy O. & Lowell R. P. (2003). Mixing-driven diagenesis and mineral deposition: CaCO3 precipitation in salt water-fresh water mixing zones.  Geophysical Research Letters. 30:(5)  Abstract
  9. Singurindy O. & Berkowitz B. (2003). Evolution of hydraulic conductivity by precipitation and dissolution in carbonate rock.  Water Resources Research. 39:(1)  Abstract
  10. Wang Y., Wang C., Warshawsky A. & Berkowitz B. (2003). 8-hydroxyquinoline-5-sulfonic acid (HQS) impregnated on Lewatit MP 600 for cadmium complexation: Implication of solvent impregnated resins for water remediation.  Separation Science and Technology. 38:(1)149-163.  Abstract

2002

  1. Scher H., Margolin G. & Berkowitz B. (2002). Towards a unified framework for anomalous transport in heterogeneous media.  Chemical Physics. 284:(1-2)349-359.  Abstract
  2. Berkowitz B., Klafter J., Meltzer R. & Scher H. (2002). Physical pictures of transport in heterogeneous media: Advection-dispersion, random-walk, and fractional derivative formulations.  Water Resources Research. 38:(10)  Abstract
  3. Berkowitz B. (2002). Characterizing flow and transport in fractured geological media: A review.  Advances in Water Resources. 25:(8-12)861-884.  Abstract
  4. Thorenz C., Kosakowski G., Kolditz O. & Berkowitz B. (2002). An experimental and numerical investigation of saltwater movement in coupled saturated-partially saturated systems.  Water Resources Research. 38:(6)  Abstract
  5. Vilensky M., Berkowitz B. & Warshawsky A. (2002). In situ remediation of groundwater contaminated by heavy- and transition-metal ions by selective ion-exchange methods.  Environmental Science & Technology. 36:(8)1851-1855.  Abstract
  6. Margolin G. & Berkowitz B. (2002). Spatial behavior of anomalous transport.  Physical Review E. 65:(3)  Abstract
  7. Scher H., Margolin G., Meltzer R., Klafter J. & Berkowitz B. (2002). The dynamical foundation of fractal stream chemistry: The origin of extremely long retention times.  Geophysical Research Letters. 29:(5)  Abstract
  8. Dijk P., Berkowitz B. & Yechieli Y. (2002). Measurement and analysis of dissolution patterns in rock fractures.  Water Resources Research. 38:(2)  Abstract
  9. Silliman S., Berkowitz B., Simunek J. & van Genuchten M. T. (2002). Fluid flow and solute migration within the capillary fringe.  Ground Water. 40:(1)76-84.  Abstract

2001

  1. de Dreuzy J., Davy P. & Berkowitz B. (2001). Advective transport in the percolation backbone in two dimensions.  Physical Review E. 64:(5)art. no.-56305.  Abstract
  2. Park Y., de Dreuzy D. J., Lee K. & Berkowitz B. (2001). Transport and intersection mixing in random fracture networks with power law length distributions.  Water Resources Research. 37:(10)2493-2501.  Abstract
  3. Bonnet E., Bour O., Odling N., Davy P., Main I., Cowie P. & Berkowitz B. (2001). Scaling of fracture systems in geological media.  Reviews of Geophysics. 39:(3)347-383.  Abstract
  4. Berkowitz B., Kosakowski G., Margolin G. & Scher H. (2001). Application of continuous time random walk theory to tracer test measurements in fractured and heterogeneous porous media.  Ground Water. 39:(4)593-604.  Abstract
  5. Park Y., Lee K. & Berkowitz B. (2001). Effects of junction transfer characteristics on transport in fracture networks.  Water Resources Research. 37:(4)909-923.  Abstract
  6. Ewing R. & Berkowitz B. (2001). Stochastic pore-scale growth models of DNAPL migration in porous media.  Advances in Water Resources. 24:(3-4)309-323.  Abstract
  7. Berkowitz B. & Scher H. (2001). The role of probabilistic approaches to transport theory in heterogeneous media.  Transport in Porous Media. 42:(1-2)241-263.  Abstract
  8. Dahan O., Nativ R. & Berkowitz B. (2001). Water Flow and Solute Transport in Unsaturated Fractured Chalk.  . 42:183-196.  Abstract
  9. Kosakowski G., Berkowitz B. & Scher H. (2001). Analysis of field observations of tracer transport in a fractured till.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 47:(1)29-51.  Abstract
  10. Berkowitz B. (2001). Dispersion in heterogeneous geological formations: Preface (Transport in porous media - Special issue).  Transport in Porous Media. 42:(1-2)1-2.
  11. Berkowitz B., Nativ R. & Adar E. (2001). Evaluation of conceptual and quantitative models of fluid flow and chemical transport in fractured media.  . 115-147.  Abstract
  12. Berkowitz B. & Hansen D. (2001). A numerical study of the distribution of water in partially saturated porous rock.  Transport in Porous Media. 45:(2)303-319.  Abstract

2000

  1. Dijk P. & Berkowitz B. (2000). Buoyancy-driven dissolution enhancement in rock fractures.  Geology. 28:(11)1051-1054.  Abstract
  2. Margolin G. & Berkowitz B. (2000). Correction: Application of continuous time random walks to transport in porous media (vol 104, pg 8762, 2000).  Journal Of Physical Chemistry B. 104:(36)8762-8762.  Abstract
  3. Adler P. M. & Berkowitz B. (2000). Effective medium analysis of random lattices.  Transport in Porous Media. 40:(2)145-151.  Abstract
  4. Berkowitz B., Bour O., Davy P. & Odling N. (2000). Scaling of fracture connectivity in geological formations.  Geophysical Research Letters. 27:(14)2061-2064.  Abstract
  5. Silliman S. E. & Berkowitz B. (2000). The impact of biased sampling on the estimation of the semivariogram within fractured media containing multiple fracture sets.  Mathematical Geology. 32:(5)543-560.  Abstract
  6. Dahan O., Nativ R., Adar E. M., Berkowitz B. & Weisbrod N. (2000). On fracture structure and preferential flow in unsaturated chalk.  Ground Water. 38:(3)444-451.  Abstract
  7. Margolin G. & Berkowitz B. (2000). Application of continuous time random walks to transport in porous media.  Journal Of Physical Chemistry B. 104:(16)3942-3947.  Abstract
  8. Berkowitz B., Scher H. & Silliman S. E. (2000). Anomalous transport in laboratory-scale, heterogeneous porous media.  Water Resources Research. 36:(1)149-158.  Abstract

1999

  1. Dijk P. & Berkowitz B. (1999). Three-dimensional flow measurements in rock fractures.  Water Resources Research. 35:(12)3955-3959.  Abstract
  2. Dahan O., Nativ R., Adar E., Berkowitz B. & Ronen Z. (1999). Field observation of flow in a fracture intersecting unsaturated chalk.  Water Resources Research. 35:(11)3315-3326.  Abstract
  3. Kosakowski G. & Berkowitz B. (1999). Flow pattern variability in natural fracture intersections.  Geophysical Research Letters. 26:(12)1765-1768.  Abstract
  4. Dijk P., Berkowitz B. & Bendel P. (1999). Investigation of flow in water-saturated rock fractures using nuclear magnetic resonance imaging (NMRI).  Water Resources Research. 35:(2)347-360.  Abstract
  5. Shoshany Y., Podolak M., Prialnik D. & Berkowitz B. (1999). A Monte Carlo model for the flow of dust in a porous comet nucleus.  Icarus. 137:(2)348-354.  Abstract

1998

  1. Oron A. P. & Berkowitz B. (1998). Flow in rock fractures: The local cubic law assumption reexamined.  Water Resources Research. 34:(11)2811-2825.  Abstract
  2. Margolin G., Berkowitz B. & Scher H. (1998). Structure, flow, and generalized conductivity scaling in fracture networks.  Water Resources Research. 34:(9)2103-2121.  Abstract
  3. Yechieli Y., Gavrieli I., Berkowitz B. & Ronen D. (1998). Will the dead sea die?.  Geology. 26:(8)755-758.  Abstract
  4. Berkowitz B. & Adler P. M. (1998). Stereological analysis of fracture network structure in geological formations.  Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 103:(B7)15339-15360.  Abstract
  5. Berkowitz B. & Scher H. (1998). Theory of anomalous chemical transport in random fracture networks.  Physical Review E. 57:(5)5858-5869.  Abstract
  6. Dahan O., Nativ R., Adar E. & Berkowitz B. (1998). A measurement system to determine water flux and solute transport through fractures in the unsaturated zone.  Ground Water. 36:(3)444-449.  Abstract
  7. Ewing R. P. & Berkowitz B. (1998). A generalized growth model for simulating initial migration of dense non-aqueous phase liquids.  Water Resources Research. 34:(4)611-622.  Abstract
  8. Dijk P. & Berkowitz B. (1998). Precipitation and dissolution of reactive solutes in fractures.  Water Resources Research. 34:(3)457-470.  Abstract
  9. Berkowitz B. & Ewing R. P. (1998). Percolation theory and network modeling applications in soil physics.  Surveys in Geophysics. 19:(1)23-72.  Abstract

1997

  1. Berkowitz B. & Scher H. (1997). Anomalous transport in random fracture networks.  Physical Review Letters. 79:(20)4038-4041.  Abstract
  2. Drory A., Berkowitz B., Parisi G. & Balberg I. (1997). Theory of continuum percolation. III. Low-density expansion.  Physical Review E. 56:(2)1379-1395.  Abstract
  3. Berkowitz B. & Hadad A. (1997). Fractal and multifractal measures of natural and synthetic fracture networks.  Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 102:(B6)12205-12218.  Abstract

1996

  1. Berkowitz B. & Scher H. (1996). Influence of embedded fractures on contaminant diffusion in geological formations.  Geophysical Research Letters. 23:(9)925-928.  Abstract
  2. Berkowitz B. & Zhou J. (1996). Reactive solute transport in a single fracture.  Water Resources Research. 32:(4)901-913.  Abstract

1995

  1. Yechieli Y., Ronen D. & Berkowitz B. (1995). Are sedimentary salt layers always impermeable?.  Geophysical Research Letters. 22:(20)2761-2764.  Abstract
  2. Drory A., Balberg I. & Berkowitz B. (1995). Application of the central-particle-potential approximation for percolation in interacting systems.  Physical Review E. 52:(4)4482-4494.  Abstract
  3. Berkowitz B. & Knight R. (1995). Continuum percolation conductivity exponents in restricted domains.  Journal of Statistical Physics. 80:(5-6)1415-1423.  Abstract
  4. Berkowitz B. & Scher H. (1995). On Characterization of Anomalous Dispersion in Porous and Fractured Media.  Water Resources Research. 31:(6)1461-1466.  Abstract
  5. Berkowitz B. (1995). Analysis of fracture network connectivity using percolation theory.  Mathematical Geology. 27:(4)467-483.  Abstract
  6. Van Rijn J., Fonarev N. & Berkowitz B. (1995). Anaerobic treatment of intensive fish culture effluents: digestion of fish feed and release of volatile fatty acids.  Aquaculture. 133:(1)9-20.  Abstract
  7. Yechieli Y., Ronen D., Berkowitz B., Dershowitz W. & Hadad A. (1995). Aquifer Characteristics Derived From the Interaction Between Water Levels of a Terminal Lake (Dead Sea) and an Adjacent Aquifer.  Water Resources Research. 31:(4)893-902.  Abstract

1994

  1. Berkowitz B., Naumann C. & Smith L. (1994). Mass transfer at fracture intersections: An evaluation of mixing models.  Water Resources Research. 30:(6)1765-1773.  Abstract
  2. Berkowitz B. & Farouq Ali S. M. (1994). An analysis of two automatic history-matching procedures for estimation of subsurface reservoir properties.  Israel Journal of Earth Sciences. 43:(3-4)239-247.  Abstract
  3. Drory A., Balberg I. & Berkowitz B. (1994). Random-adding determination of percolation thresholds in interacting systems.  Physical Review E. 49:(2)  Abstract
  4. Nicholl M. J., Wheatcraft S. W., Tyler S. W. & Berkowitz B. (1994). Is Old Faithful a strange attractor?.  Journal of Geophysical Research. 99:(B3)4495-4503.  Abstract
  5. Berkowitz B. (1994). Modelling flow and contaminant transport in fractured media.  . 2:395-449.

1993

  1. Rophe B., Berkowitz B., Magaritz M. & Ronen D. (1993). Reply [to “Comment on ‘Analysis of subsurface flow and formation anisotropy in a fractured aquitard using transient water level data’ by B. Rophe, B. Berkowitz, M. Magaritz, and D. Ronen”].  Water Resources Research. 29:(12)4175-4175.
  2. Kronfeld J., Rosenthal E., Weinberger G., Flexer A. & Berkowitz B. (1993). The interaction of two major old water bodies and its implication for the exploitation of groundwater in the multiple aquifer system of the central and northern Negev, Israel.  Journal of Hydrology. 143:(3-4)169-190.  Abstract
  3. Ronen D., Berkowitz B. & Magaritz M. (1993). Vertical Heterogeneity in Horizontal Components of Specific Discharge: Case Study Analysis.  Ground Water. 31:(1)33-40.  Abstract
  4. Berkowitz B. & Balberg I. (1993). Percolation theory and its application to groundwater hydrology.  Water Resources Research. 29:(4)775-794.  Abstract

1992

  1. Berkowitz B. & Balberg I. (1992). Percolation approach to the problem of hydraulic conductivity in porous media.  Transport in Porous Media. 9:(3)275-286.  Abstract
  2. Rophe B., Berkowitz B., Magaritz M. & Ronen D. (1992). Analysis of subsurface flow and formation anisotropy in a fractured aquitard using transient water level data.  Water Resources Research. 28:(1)199-207.  Abstract
  3. Berkowitz B., Ben-Zvi M. & Berkowitz J. (1992). A spatial, time-dependent approach to estimation of hydrologic data.  Journal of Hydrology. 135:(1-4)133-142.  Abstract
  4. Rosenthal E., Weinberger G., Berkowitz B., Flexer A. & Kronfeld J. (1992). The Nubian Sandstone aquifer in the central and northern Negev, Israel: delineation of the hydrogeological model under conditions of scarce data.  Journal of Hydrology. 132:(1-4)107-135.  Abstract

1991

  1. Berkowitz B. & Braester C. (1991). Dispersion in Sub‐Representative Elementary Volume Fracture Networks: Percolation Theory and Random Walk Approaches.  Water Resources Research. 27:(12)3159-3164.  Abstract
  2. Balberg I., Berkowitz B. & Drachsler G. (1991). Application of a percolation model to flow in fractured hard rocks.  Journal of Geophysical Research. 96:(B6)10015-10021.  Abstract
  3. Drory A., Balberg I., Alon U. & Berkowitz B. (1991). Analytic derivation of percolation thresholds in anisotropic systems of permeable objects.  Phys. Rev. E. 43:6604-6612.  Abstract
  4. Berkowitz B. & Braester C. (1991). Solute transport in fracture channel and parallel plate models.  Geophysical Research Letters. 18:(2)227-230.  Abstract
  5. Berkowitz B. & Ben-Zvi M. (1991). An algorithm and Pascal program for geostatistical mapping.  Computers and Geosciences. 17:(4)489-503.  Abstract

1990

  1. Dax A. & Berkowitz B. (1990). Column Relaxation Methods for Least Norm Problems.  SIAM Journal on Scientific and Statistical Computing. 11:(5)975-989.  Abstract
  2. Berkowitz B. & Ronen D. (1990). Can contaminated, fractured, porous aquifers be restored?.  Naturwissenschaften. 77:(9)431-433.

1989

  1. Berkowitz B. (1989). Boundary conditions along permeable fracture walls: Influence on flow and conductivity.  Water Resources Research. 25:(8)1919-1922.
  2. Ronen D., Berkowitz B. & Magaritz M. (1989). The development and influence of gas-bubbles in phreatic aquifers under natural flow conditions.  Transport in Porous Media. 4:(3)295-306.  Abstract

1988

  1. Berkowitz B. & Bachmat Y. (1988). A scale-dependent equation for solute transport in porous media.  Transport in Porous Media. 3:(2)199-205.  Abstract
  2. Ben-Zvi M., Berkowitz B. & Kesler S. (1988). Pre-posterior analysis as a tool for data evaluation: Application to aquifer contamination.  Water Resources Management. 2:(1)11-20.  Abstract
  3. Berkowitz B., Bear J. & Braester C. (1988). Continuum models for contaminant transport in fractured porous formations.  Water Resources Research. 24:(8)1225-1236.  Abstract

1987

  1. Bear J. & Berkowitz B. (1987). Groundwater flow and pollution in fractured rock aquifers.  . 4:175-238.

1985

  1. Berkowitz B. & Bensabat J. (1985). Comment on “The Operational Significance of the Continuum Hypothesis in the Theory of Water Movement Through Soils and Aquifers” by P. Baveye and G. Sposito.  Water Resources Research. 21:(8)1293-1293.