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Journal Publications
  • 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