1.Fractal Geometry 2.Fragmentation Processes and the Physics of
Scale-Invariance: An Introduction 3. Boast Structural Hierarchy and
Molecular Accessibility in Clayey Aggregates 4.
Fractal Probes of Humic Aggregation: Scattering Techniques for Fractal Dimension Determinations 5.Fractal Geometry and the Description of Plant Root Systems: Current Perspectives and Future Applications 6.Quantification of Soil Microtopography and Surface Roughness 7. Fractal Models of Fragmented and Aggregated Soils 8.Fractals and Soil Structure 9.Interaction Between Soil Structure and Microbial Dynamics 10.Young Using Fractal Dimensions of Stained Flow Patterns in Clay Soils to Predict Bypass Flow 11.Booltink 2-D and 3-D Fingering in Unsaturated Soils Investigated by Fractal Analysis 12. Invasion Percolation Modeling and Non-Destructive Image Processing 13. Posadas Soil-Water Conductivity of a Fractal Soil 14. A Pseudo-Fractal Model for Hydraulic Property Distributions in Porous Media
In a parallel life, when he is not actively leading the team at SIMBIOS, Professor Baveye also is the Kodak Professor of Environmental Engineering at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. His research program there revolves around the bioclogging of soils and membranes, and is intimately connected with the work done at Abertay.Jean-Yves Parlange was awarded the Horton Medal at the AGU Fall Meeting Honors Ceremony, which was held on 10 December 2003, in San Francisco, California. The medal honors "outstanding contributions to hydrology." Bobby A. Stewert Ph.D., is distinguished professor of Soil Science at West Texas A&M University, Canyon Texas.