Publications

  1. Ben Moshe, S. & A. Furman (2022). Real-time monitoring of organic contaminant adsorption in activated carbon filters using spectral induced polarization. Water Research 212 – 118103
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  2. Grinshpan, M., Turkeltaub, T., Furman, A., Raveh, E. and Weisbrod, N. (2022). On the use of orchards to support soil aquifer treatment systems. Agricultural Water Management 260 – 107315.
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  3. Grinshpan, M., Furman, A., Dahlke, H.E., Raveh, E., Weisbrod, N. (2021). From managed aquifer recharge to soil aquifer treatment on agricultural soils: Concepts and challenges. Agricultural Water Management, 255 (1). 106991
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  4. Shany Ben Moshe, Pauline Kessouri, Dana Erlich, and Alex Furman (2021). Geophysically based analysis of breakthrough curves and ion exchange processes in soil. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 25(6), pp. 3041-3052
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  5. Ben Moshe, S., N. Weisbrod, and A. Furman (2021). Optimization of soil aquifer treatment (SAT) operation using a reactive transport model. Vadose Zone Journal, e20095.
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  6. Zhang, Z. and A. Furman (2020). Soil redox dynamics under dynamic hydrologic regimes – A review. Science of the Total Environment, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.143026
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  7. Bogler, A., Packman, A., Furman, A. et al. Rethinking wastewater risks and monitoring in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Nature Sustainability 3, 981–990 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41893-020-00605-2
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  8. Ben Moshe, S., Weisbrod, N., Barquero, F., Sallwey, J., Orgad, O., & Furman, A. (2020). On the role of operational dynamics in biogeochemical efficiency of a soil aquifer treatment system. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 417–426.‏ Doi: 10.5194/hess-24-417-2020
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  9. Mellage, A., C. Smeaton, A. Furman, F. Rezanezhad, and P. Van Cappellen (2019). Bacterial Stern layer diffusion: Experimental determination with spectral induced polarization (SIP) and sensitivity to nitrite toxicity. Near Surface Geophysics
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  10. Kessouri, P., Furman, A., Huisman, J. A., Martin, T., Mellage, A., Ntarlagiannis, D., … & Kemna, A. (2019). Induced polarization applied to biogeophysics: recent advances and future prospects. Near Surface Geophysics, 17(6-Recent Developments in Induced Polarization), 595-621.‏ doi: 10.1002/nsg.12072
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  11. Xiong, Y., Long, X., Huang, G., & Furman, A. (2019). Impact of pore structure and morphology on flow and transport characteristics in randomly repacked grains with different angularities. Soils and Foundations, 59: 1992–2006. Doi: 10.1016/j.sandf.2019.10.002
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  12. Xiong, Y., Yu, B., Bai, M., Zhang, X., Huang, G., & Furman, A. (2019). Soil Properties and Plant Growth Response to Litter in a Prolonged Enclosed Grassland of Loess Plateau, China. Journal of Earth Science, 30(5), 1041-1048. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12583-019-1017-3
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  13. Ouaknin, H., N. Weisbrod, and A. Furman (2018). Sampling at high spatial and temporal resolutions with an experimental chamber European Journal of Soil Science, 69: 742–745.
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  14. Xiong, Y., J. Dai, X. Zhang, G. Huang, and A. Furman (2018). Quantitative assessment of the heterogeneity and reproducibility of repacked silica sand columns Vadose Zone Journal, 16(13).
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  15. Poulsen, T.G., A. Furman, and D. Liberzon (2018). Effect of near-surface wind speed and gustiness on horizontal and vertical porous medium gas transport and gas exchange with the atmosphere. European Journal of Soil Science, 69(2): 279-289.
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  16. Mellage, A., C.M. Smeaton, A. Furman, E.A. Atekwana, F. Rezanezhad, and P. Van Cappellen (2018). Linking Spectral Induced Polarization (SIP) and Subsurface Microbial Processes: Results from Sand Column Incubation Experiments. Environmental Science and Technology, 52(4): 2081-2090
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  17. Poulsen, T.G., A. Furman, and D. Liberzon (2017). Effects of Wind Speed and Wind Gustiness on Subsurface Gas Transport. Vadose Zone J. 16(11).
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  18. Poulsen, T.G., A. Pourber, A. Furman, and K. Papadikis (2017). Relating wind-induced gas exchange to near-surface wind speed characteristics in porous media. Vadose Zone Journal, 16(8).
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  19. Oz, I., R. Arav, S. Filin, S. Assouline, and A. Furman (2017). High resolution measurement of soil loss from agricultural fields due to water erosion. Vadose Zone Journal
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  20. Mizrahi, G. A. Furman and N. Weisbrod (2016). Infiltration under Confined Air Conditions: Impact of Inclined Soil Surface. Vadose Zone Journal DOI: 10.2136/vzj2016.04.0034.
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  21. Volk, E., S.C. Iden, A. Furman, W. Durner and R. Rosenzweig (2016). Biofilm effect on soil hydraulic properties – experimental investigation using soil-grown real biofilm. Water Resources Research DOI: 10.1002/2016WR018866.
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  22. Haaken, K., A. Furman, N. Weisbrod, and A. Kemna. Time-lapse electrical imaging of water infiltration in the context of soil aquifer treatment. Vadose Zone Journal, 15(11)
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  23. Ouaknin, H., Y. Meyouhas, N. Weisbrod and A. Furman (2015). An assimilated time domain reflectometry probe. Vadose Zone Journal 14: xx:xx DOI: 10.2136/vzj2014.06.0086.
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  24. Winters, G., I. Ryvkin, T. Rudkov, Z. Moreno, and A. Furman (2015). Mapping underground layers in the super arid Gidron Wadi using electrical resistivity tomography (ERT). Journal of Arid Environments 121: 79-83 DOI: 10.1016/j.jaridenv.2015.05.008.
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  25. Moreno, Z., A. Arnon-Zur, and A. Furman (2015). Hydro-geophysical Monitoring of Orchard Root Zone Dynamics in Semi-Arid Region. Irrigation Science 33(4): 303-318 DOI: 10.1007/s00271-015-0467-3.
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  26. Yuval, Y. Rimon, E.R. Graber, and A. Furman (2014). Interpolation of extensive routine water pollution monitoring datasets: methodology and discussion of implications for aquifer management, Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts, 16: 2007-2017 DOI: 10.1039/c4em00190g.
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  27. Rosenzweig, R., U. Shavit, C. Dosoretz and A. Furman (2014). Modeling biofilm dynamics and hydraulic properties in variably-saturated soils using a channel network model, Water Resources Research Water Resour. Res., 50: 5678–5697, doi:10.1002/2013WR015211.
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  28. Sade, R., A. Rimmer, I. Litaor, E. Shamir, and A. Furman (2014). Snow surface energy and mass balance in a warm temperate climate mountain. J. of Hydrology 519: 848–862.
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  29. Schwartz, N. and A. Furman (2015). On the Spectral Induced Polarization Signature of Soil Organic Matter. Geophysical Journal International, 200: 589–595.
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  30. Schwartz, N., T. Shalem and A. Furman (2014). The effect of organic acid on the spectral induced polarization response of soil, Geophysical Journal International, doi: 10.1093/gji/ggt529.
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  31. Shefer, I., N. Schwartz, and A. Furman (2013). The effect of free-phase NAPL on the spectral induced polarization signature of variably saturated soil, Water Resour. Res., 49, 6229–6237, doi:10.1002/wrcr.20502.
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  32. Rosenzweig, R., A. Furman and U. Shavit (2013). A channel network model as a framework of characterizing variably-saturated flow in biofilm-affected soils. Vadose Zone Journal, 12: 2: doi:10.2136/vzj2012.0079.
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  33. Schwartz, N. and A. Furman (2012). Spectral induced polarization signature of soil contaminated by organic pollutant: Experiment and modeling. Journal of Geophysical Research – Solid Earth, 117, B10203, doi:10.1029/2012JB009543.
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  34. Assouline, S., M. Muller, A. Furman, K. Narkis and A. Silber (2012). Impact of water regime and growing conditions on soil-plant interactions: from single plant to field scale. Vadose Zone Journal, 11: 3: doi:10.2136/vzj2012.0006.
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  35. Schwartz, N., J.A. Huisman, and A. Furman (2012). The effect of NAPL on the electrical properties of unsaturated porous media. Geophysical Journal International 188: 1007–1011.
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  36. Xiong, Y., A. Furman, and R. Wallach (2011). Moment analysis description of stable and unstable plumes in wettable and water-repellent soils. J. of Hydrology, 422–423: 30–42.
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  37. Rosenzweig, R., U. Shavit, and A. Furman (2012). Water retention curves of biofilm affected soils using Xanthan as an analogue. Soil Science Society of America Journal 76(1): 1-9.
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  38. Xiong, Y., R. Wallach, and A. Furman (2011). Modeling multidimensional flow in wettable and water-repellent soils using artificial neural networks. J. of Hydrology 410: 92-104.
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  39. Sade, R., A. Rimmer, I. Litaor, E. Shamir, and A. Furman (2011). The sensitivity of snow-surface temperature equation to sloped terrain. J. of Hydrology, 408: 38-313.
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  40. Hinnell, A.C., N. Lazarovitch, M. Poulton, A. Furman, and A.W. Warrick (2010). Neuro-Drip: Estimation of subsurface wetting patterns for drip irrigation using neural networks. Irrigation Science, 28(6): 535-544. DOI 10.1007/s00271-010-0214-8.
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  41. Rosenzweig, R., U. Shavit, and A. Furman, 2009. The influence of biofilm spatial distribution on hydraulic conductivity of unsaturated soils. Vadose Zone Journal, 8: 1080-1084.
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  42. Lazarovitch, N., M. Poulton, A. Furman, and A. W. Warrick, 2009. Water distribution under trickle irrigation predicted using artificial neural networks. J. of Engineering Mathematics, 64: 207-218.
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  43. Lazarovitch, N., A.W. Warrick, A. Furman, and D. Zerihun, 2009. Subsurface Water Distribution from Furrows Described by Moment Analyses. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, ASCE, 135: 7-12.
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  44. Furman, A., 2008. Modeling coupled surface – subsurface flow processes: A review. Vadose Zone Journal, 7(2): 741-756.
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  45. Zerihun, D., A. Furman, C.A. Sanchez, and A.W. Warrick, 2008. Development of simplified solutions for modeling recession in basins. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, ASCE, 134: 327-340.
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  46. Furman, A., T.P.A. Ferre, G.L. Heath, 2007. Tailoring electrical resistivity surveys. Geophysics, 72(2): F65-F73.
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  47. Lazarovitch, N., A.W. Warrick, A. Furman, and J. Simunek, 2007. Subsurface water distribution from drip irrigation described by moment analyses. Vadose Zone Journal, 6: 116–123.
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  48. Warrick, A.W., N. Lazarovitch, A. Furman, and D. Zerihun, 2007. An Explicit Infiltration Function for Furrows. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, ASCE, 133(4): 307-313.
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  49. Furman, A., A.W. Warrick, D. Zerihun, C.A. Sanchez, 2006. Modified Kostiakov Infiltration function: According for Initial and Boundary Conditions, Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, ASCE, 132(6): 587-596.
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  50. Zerihun, D., A. Furman, A.W. Warrick, C.A. Sanchez, 2005. A coupled surface-subsurface solute transport model for irrigation borders and basins, I. Model development. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, ASCE, 131(5): 407-419.
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  51. Zerihun, D., C.A. Sanchez, A. Furman, A.W. Warrick, 2005. A coupled surface-subsurface solute transport model for irrigation borders and basins, II. Model evaluation, Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, ASCE, 131(5): 396-406.
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  52. Furman, A., A.W. Warrick, 2005. Unsaturated Flow through Spherical Inclusions with Contrasting Sorptive Numbers, Vadose Zone Journal, 4: 255-263.
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  53. Warrick, A.W., D. Zerihun, C.A. Sanchez, A. Furman, 2005. Infiltration Under Variable Ponding Depths of Water, Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, ASCE, 131(4): 358-363.
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  54. Zerihun, D., A. Furman, A.W. Warrick, C.A. Sanchez, 2005. A coupled surface-subsurface model for improved basin irrigation management, Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, ASCE, 131(2): 111-128.
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  55. Furman, A., T.P.A. Ferre, A.W. Warrick, 2004. Optimization of ERT surveys for monitoring transient hydrological events using perturbation sensitivity and genetic algorithms, Vadose Zone Journal, 3: 1230-1239.
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  56. Furman, A., S.P. Neuman, 2003. Laplace-Transform Analytic Element Solution of Transient Flow in Porous Media, Advances in Water Resources, 26: 1229-1237.
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  57. Furman, A., T.P.A. Ferre, A.W. Warrick, 2003. A Sensitivity Analysis of Electrical-Resistance-Tomography Array Types Using Analytical Element Modeling, Vadose Zone Journal, 2: 416-423.
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  58. Furman, A., A.W. Warrick, T.P.A. Ferre, 2002. Electrical Potential Distributions in Response to Applied Current in a Heterogeneous Subsurface: Solution for Circular Inclusions, Vadose Zone Journal, 1: 273-280.
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  59. Shavit, U., A. Furman, 2001. The Location of Deep Salinity Sources in the Israeli Coastal Aquifer, Journal of Hydrology, 250: 63-77.
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  60. Furman, A., U. Shavit, 1998. Identification of an Underground Salt Pollution Source in the Coastal Plain Aquifer of Israel, Fresenius Environmental Bulletin, 7: 100-107.