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Ostendorf DW, Hinlein ES, Ahlfeld D. P., Dejong JT.  2006.  Calibrated models of deicing agent solids, pavement texture, and Specific conductivity of highway runoff. Journal of Environmental Engineering. 132(12):1562-1571.
Ahlfeld D. P., Joaquín A, Tobiason JE, Mas DML.  2003.  Case Study: Impact of Reservoir Stratification on Interflow Travel Time. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering. 129(12):966-975.
Ahlfeld D. P., Mulvey J.M, Pinder G.F.  1987.  Combining physical containment with optimal withdrawal for contaminated groundwater remediation. Advances in Water Resources. 10(4):200-204.
Mas DML, Ahlfeld D. P..  2007.  Comparing artificial neural networks and regression models for predicting faecal coliform concentrations. Hydrological Sciences Journal. 52(4):713-731.
Adamec K, Ahlfeld D. P., Palmer RN, Polebitski AS.  2011.  Comparison of a Daily and Sub-Daily Optimization Model for Hydropower Generation: Does Greater Resolution Result in Greater Operational Insight? World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2011. :3036-3047.
Karatzas G.P, Pinder G.F, Ahlfeld D. P..  1999.  Computer-facilitated groundwater remediation design. Technology: A Journal of Science Serving Legistative, Regulatory, and Judicial Systems . 6(4-6):453-473.
Ahlfeld D. P., Dahmani A., Ji W..  1994.  A conceptual model of field behavior of air sparging and its implications for application. Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation. 14(4):132–139.
Barlow PM, Ahlfeld D. P., Dickerman D..  2003.  Conjunctive-management models for sustained yield of stream-aquifer systems. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 129(1):35-48.
Ahlfeld D. P., Mulvey J.M, Pinder G.F, Wood P.F.  1988.  Contaminated groundwater remediation design using simulation, optimization, and sensitivity theory: 1. Model development. Water Resources Research. 24(3):431–441.

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