I published a new paper with my coauthors András Bárdossy and Ed Sudicky entitled "Detecting and Modelling Structures on the Micro and the Macro Scales: Assessing Their Effects on Solute Transport Behaviour" in Advances of Water Resources.
2/6 does given spatial data constitute one stationary domain, or is there boundary layer ("macro structure") separating stationary domains?— Claus (@planetwater) June 27, 2017
3/6 paper contains algorithm to detect and locate that interface or boundary layer and successfully matches previously outlined interfaces— Claus (@planetwater) June 27, 2017
4/6 within each macrostructure, the microstructure was modelled with both Gaussian and non-Gaussian models, all estimated given the data— Claus (@planetwater) June 27, 2017
5/6 evaluates effects of the four scenarios with/no macrostructure and Gaussian/non-Gaussian microstructure on solute transport behaviour— Claus (@planetwater) June 27, 2017
6/6 depending on what is important (e.g., time of exceedance of some threshold or peak concentration), you need to focus on what to model.— Claus (@planetwater) June 27, 2017