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Journal Publications
  • Amiri, E., J.R. Craig, and M. Hirmand, A trust region approach for numerical modelling of non-isothermal phase-change, Computers and Geosciences, accepted 2019

  • Craig, J.R., M. Ramadhan, and C. Muffels, A particle tracking algorithm for arbitrary unstructured grids, Groundwater, accepted 2019 (paper)

  • Quinton, W., A. Berg, M. Braverman, O. Carpino, L. Chasmer, R. Connon, J.R. Craig, . Devoie, M. Hayashi, K. Haynes, D. Olefeldt, A. Pietroniro, F. Rezanezhad, R. Schincariol, and O. Sonnentag, A synthesis of three decades of eco-hydrological research at Scotty Creek, NWT, Canada, Hydrology and Earth System Science 23(4), 2019 (paper)

  • Shafii M., J.R. Craig, M.L. Macrae, M.C. English, S.L. Schiff, P. Van Cappellen, and N.B. Basu, Can improved flow partitioning in hydrologic models increase biogeochemical predictability?, Water Resources Research, 55, doi:10.1029/2018WR024487, 2019 (paper)

  • Ranjram, M., and J.R. Craig, Closed analytic elements with flexible geometry, Groundwater, 56(5), p816-822, 2018 (paper)

  • Amiri, E., J.R. Craig, and B. Kurylyk, A theoretical extension of the soil freezing curve paradigm, Advances in Water Resources, 111, p319-328, 2018 (paper)

  • Chernos, M., R. MacDonald, J.R. Craig, Efficient semi-distributed hydrological modelling workflow for simulating streamflow and characterizing hydrologic processes, Confluence: Journal of Watershed Science and Management, 1(3), 2017 (paper)

  • Shafii, M., N. Basu, J.R. Craig, P. van Cappellen, S. Schiff, A diagnostic approach to constraining flow partitioning in hydrologic models using a multi-objective optimization framework, Water Resources Research, 53, doi:10.1002/2016WR019736, 2017 (paper)

  • Ameli, A., and J.R. Craig, Semi-analytical 3D solution for assessing radial collector well pumping impacts on groundwater-surface water interaction, Hydrology Research, in press, 2017 (paper)

  • Liu, H., B.A. Tolson, J.R. Craig, M. Shafii, a priori discretization quality metrics for semi-distributed hydrological models, Journal of Hydrology, 543B, p873-891, 2016 (paper)

  • Snowdon, A., and J.R. Craig, Effective groundwater-surface water exchange at the watershed scale, Hydrol. Process., 30, p1849-1861, 2016 (paper)

  • Ameli, A., J.R. Craig, and J.J. McDonnell, Are all runoff processes the same? Numerical experiments comparing a Darcy-Richards solver to an overland flow-based approach for subsurface storm runoff simulation, Water Resources Research 51(12). p10008-10028, doi: 10.1002/2015WR017199, 2015 (paper)

  • Connon, R., W. Quinton, J.R. Craig, J. Hanisch, and O. Sonnentag, The hydrology of interconnected bog complexes in discontinuous permafrost regions, Hydrol. Process., 29, p38313847, 2015 (paper)

  • Haghnegahdar, A., B.A. Tolson, J.R. Craig, and K. Paya, Assessing the performance of a semi-distributed hydrological model under various watershed discretization schemes, Hydrological Processes, 29(18), p4018-4031, 2015 (paper)

  • Craig, J.R., A general analytical solution for steady flow in heterogeneous porous media, Water Resources Research, 51(6), doi:10.1002/2014WR016449, 2015 (paper)

  • Ladubec, C., R. Gracie, and J.R. Craig, An XFEM formulation for carbon sequestration, Int. Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering, 102(3-4), p316-331, 2014 (paper)

  • Ameli, A., and J.R. Craig, Semianalytical series solutions for three-dimensional groundwater-surface water interaction, Water Resources Research, 50(5), p3893-3906, 2014 (paper)

  • Connon, R., W. Quinton, J.R. Craig, and M. Hayashi, Changing hydrologic connectivity due to permafrost thaw in the lower Liard River valley, NWT, Canada, Hydrological Processes, 28, p41634178, 2014 (paper)

  • Simms, R., S. Haslam, and J.R. Craig, Impact of soil heterogeneity on the functioning of horizontal ground heat exchangers Geothermics, 50, p35-43, doi:10.1016/j.geothermics.2013.08.007, 2014 (paper)

  • Ameli, A., J.R. Craig, and S. Wong, Series solutions for saturated-unsaturated flow in multi-layer unconfined aquifers, Advances in Water Resources, 60, p24-33, 2013 (paper)

  • Rezanezhad, F., J. Price, and J.R. Craig, Movement and adsorption of oil sands process-affected water through dual porosity peat soils: A laboratory experiment, Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 92, doi:10.4141/CJSS2011-050, 2012 (paper)

  • Nettasana, T., J.R. Craig, and B.A. Tolson, Conceptual and numerical model for sustainable groundwater management in the Thaphra area, Chi River Basin, Thailand, Hydrogeology Journal, 20(7) pp 1355-1374, 2012 (paper)

  • Craig, J.R. and R. Gracie, Extended finite element modeling of transient leakage in multilayer aquifers, Advances in Water Resources, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2011.04.00, 2011 (paper)

  • Liu, G., J.R. Craig, and E.D. Soulis, Applicability of the Green-Ampt Infiltration Model with Shallow Boundary Conditions, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 16(266), 2011 (paper)

  • Soulis, E.D., J.R. Craig, V. Fortin, and G. Liu, A simple expression for the bulk field capacity of a sloping soil horizon, Hydrological Processes, 25(1), p112-116, 2011 (paper)

  • Craig, J.R., G.Liu, and E.D. Soulis, Runoff-infiltration partitioning using an upscaled Green-Ampt solution, Hydrologic Processes, 24(16), p23282334, 2010 (paper)

  • R. Gracie and J.R. Craig, Modeling well leakage in multilayer aquifer systems using the extended finite element method, Finite Elements in Analysis and Design, doi:10.1016/j.finel.2010.01.006, 2010 (paper)

  • Wong, S., J.R. Craig, Series solutions for flow in stratified aquifers with natural geometry, Advances in Water Resources, 33(1), p48-54, 2010 (paper)

  • Craig, J.R., Analytic elements for flow in harmonically heterogeneous aquifers, Water Resources Research 45, W06422, doi:10.1029/2009WR007800, 2009 (paper)

  • Craig, J.R., T. Heidlauf, Coordinate mapping of analytical contaminant transport solutions to non-uniform flow fields, Advances in Water Resources, 32(3), p353-360, 2009 (paper)

  • Craig, J.R., Topography-driven flow in stratified sloping and syncline aquifers, Advances in Water Resources, 31(8), p1066-1073, 2008 (paper)

  • Rabideau, A.J., J.R. Craig, W. Silaviserith, D.M. Flewelling, K. Frederick, M.W. Becker, L.S. Matott, I. Janković, K. Bandilla, Analytic element modeling of supraregional groundwater flow I. Concepts and Tools for automated model configuration Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 12(1), p83-96, Jan-Feb 2007 (paper)

  • Craig, J.R., A.J. Rabideau, Finite element modeling of contaminant transport using analytic element flow solutions, Water Resources Research 42, doi:10.1029/2005WR004695, 2006 (paper)

  • Craig, J.R., A.J. Rabideau, Finite difference modeling of contaminant transport using analytic element flow solutions, Advances in Water Resources 29(7), p1075-1087, July 2006 (paper)

  • Matott, L.S., A.J. Rabideau, J.R. Craig, Pump-and-treat optimization using analytic element method flow models, Advances in Water Resources 29(5), p760-775, May 2006 (paper)

  • Craig, J.R., A.J. Rabideau, R. Suribhatla, Analytical expressions for the hydraulic design of continuous permeable reactive barriers, Advances in Water Resources 29(1), p99-111, Jan 2006 (paper)

  • Craig, J.R., I. Jankovic, and R. Barnes, The nested superblock approach for regional scale modeling using the analytic element method, Ground Water 44(1), p76-80, Jan-Feb 2006 (paper)

  • Rabideau, A.J., R. Suribhatla, and J.R. Craig, Analytical models for the design of iron-based permeable reactive barriers, Journal of Environmental Engineering, 131(11), pp. 1589-1587, Nov 2005 (paper)

  • Rabideau, A.J., L.S. Matott, I. Jankovic, J.R. Craig, M. Becker, Influence of numerical precision on the calibration of AEM models, Environmental Geology 48(1), pp. 57-67, Jun. 2005 (paper)

Conference Papers
  • Ramadhan, M., J.R. Craig, and C. Muffels, A semi-analytical particle tracking algorithm for arbitrary unstructured grids, Modflow and More 2015: Modeling a complex world, Golden, CO, May 31-Jun 3, 2015

  • Ameli, A., and J.R. Craig, Three-dimensional series solutions for subsurface flow in a regional multi-layer unconfined aquifer with naturally complex geometry, Modflow and More 2013: Translating science into practice, Golden, CO, June 2-5, 2013

  • Craig, J.R. and M. Tonkin, Handling impermeable and specified-head boundaries in kriged water table maps using supplemental analytic element solutions, Modflow and More 2013: Translating science into practice, Golden, CO, June 2-5, 2013

  • Craig, J.R., and S. Wong, Recent advances in series solution methods for groundwater flow simulation, Modflow and More 2011: Integrated Hydrologic Modeling, Golden, CO, June 5-8, 2011

  • Luba, L. D., J.R. Craig, C.A. Russell, and T.D. Graham, Application of the analytic element method for conjunctive water management and impact assessment, 34th IAHR Biennial Congress, Brisbane, Australia, June 26-July 1, 2011

  • Craig, J.R., W. W. Read, The future of analytic solution methods for groundwater flow and transport simulation, Computational Methods in Water Resources (CMWR) 2010 International Conference, Barcelona, Spain, June 21-24, 2010

  • Wong, S., Craig, J.R., and W.W. Read, An iterative series solution approach for solving the free-boundary condition in groundwater flow systems, Computational Methods in Water Resources (CMWR) 2010 International Conference, Barcelona, Spain, June 21-24, 2010

  • Craig, J.R., Combining the strengths of analytic element and finite element methods for mixed-scale simulation modeling, Modflow and More 2006: Managing Ground-water Systems, Golden, CO, May 22-24, 2006

  • Craig, J.R., A.J. Rabideau, and K. Bandilla, An overview of using analytic element flow solutions for contaminant transport simulation, 5th International Conference on the Analytic Element Method (ICAEM), Manhattan, KS, May 14-18, 2006

  • Craig, J.R., The area vortex for modeling flow through smoothly heterogeneous aquifers, 5th International Conference on the Analytic Element Method (ICAEM), Manhattan, KS, May 14-18, 2006

  • Sinha, G., W. Silavisesrith, J. R. Craig, and D.M. Flewelling, Quantifying the Efficacy of Multicriteria Generalization (MCG) of Geospatial Data for AEM Groundwater Modeling. TIES 2004: The Fifteenth Annual Conference of the International Environmetrics Society, Portland, ME, Jun. 28 - Jul. 1, 2004

  • Craig, J.R., and A.J. Rabideau, Discretization of analytic element flow solutions for transport simulation. Computational Methods in Water Resources 2004 International Conference, Chapel Hill, NC, Jun. 13-17, 2004

  • Craig, J.R., K. Bandilla, and I. Jankovic, Iterative solutions for the analytic element method: recent computational advances and object-oriented design. International Conference on the Analytic Element Method (ICAEM), St. Etienne, France, November 20-21, 2003

  • Craig, J.R., and A.J. Rabideau, Linking the Analytic Element Method to Reactive Contaminant Transport Models. Modflow and More 2003, Golden, CO, Sept. 16-19, 2003