Kris Kuhlman's Hydrogeophysics Research

I'm a hydrogeophysicist interested in hydraulic well/packer testing, parameter estimation and uncertainty quantification, flow and transport in ultra-low permeability rocks (e.g., salt, shale, granite, and deep crystalline basement), and coupled hydrogeophysical processes (i.e., electrokinetics, poroelasticity, and thermohaline convection). I am interested in the numerical aspects of integral transform inversion (Laplace and Hankel transforms).

Kristopher L. Kuhlman
Applied Systems Analysis & Research Dept.
Sandia National Laboratories
Albuquerque, New Mexico

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Software is free for use and redistribution via the MIT license; direct any comments or problems to me (contact info at top of the page). I will try my best to help or accommodate you. Programs are command-line programs (i.e., no graphical interface), either compiled from fortran source using a simple makefile or as python scripts. If you cannot compile or run the program yourself, I may be able to help you compile it or set up the right environment to get it working. I can provide a Windows executable from fortran source.

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