Dr. Frederick L. Paillet
Department of Geosciences
267 Gearhart Hall
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Ph.D. University of Rochester, Geophysical Fluid Mechanics, 1973
M.S. University of Rochester, Mechanical Engineering, 1969
B.S. University of Rochester, Mechanical Engineering, 1968
|Academic Interests||Research interests include the hydrogeology of fractured bedrock aquifers, in situ measurement of permeability, groundwater flow modeling, and scale analysis in aquifer characterization.|
|Selected Publications and Presentations||
Paillet, F.L., Williams, J.H., and Romanowicz, E.A., 2010, Comparison of borehole flow measurements obtained by heat pulse flowmeter and dilution logging in a fractured bedrock aquifer, Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Environmental and Engineering Problems, Proceedings, April 11-15, 2010, Keystone. CO.
Paillet, F.L., 2012, The virtual packer method – interval-specific data from wireline logs in open boreholes, Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Environmental and Engineering Problems, Proceedings, March 26-28, 2012, Tucson, AZ.
Paillet, F.L., 2012, A mass-balance code for the quantitative interpretation of fluid column profiles in ground-water studies, Computers and Geosciences, v 45, p 221-228.
Paillet, F. L. and K. C. Cerny, 2012, Reconstructing the development of two Ozark chinquapin (Castanea ozarkensis) stands in the pre-blight forests of northwest Arkansas, Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society, vol. 139, p. 211-225.
Paillet, F.L., J.H. Williams , J. Urik , J. Lukes , M. Kobr , S. Mares, 2012, Cross-borehole flow analysis to characterize fracture connections in the Melechov Granite, Bohemian-Moravian Highland, Czech Republic, Hydrogeology Journal, v. 20, no. 1, 143-154.