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    1. Karasaki, K., Long, J.C.S., and Witherspoon, P.A., A New Model for Well Test Analysis in Fracture Dominated Reservoirs, SPE Formation Evaluation, vol.3, no. 1, 1988.
    2. Karasaki, K., Long, J.C.S., and Witherspoon, P.A., Analytical Models of Slug Tests, Water Resour. Res., vol. 24, no. 1, 115-126, 1988.
    3. Karasaki, K., E. Majer, J. Peterson, and L. Myer, A Fractured Rock Characterization Investigation, Geophysical Exploration, vol. 42, no. 6, 1989.
    4. Karasaki, K., A Systematized Drillstem Test, Water Resour. Res., vol. 26, no.12, 2913-2919, 1990.
    5. Long, J.C.S., K. Karasaki, K. Hestir, A. Davey, J. Peterson, J. Kemeny, and M.  Landsfeld, Fluid Flow in Fractured Rock: Theory and Application, in Transport Processes in Porous Media, J. Bear and M.Y. Corapcioglu (eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, 203-241, 1991.
    6. Karasaki, K., “Fluid Flow Simulation in Fractured Reservoirs,” Geothermal Energy, Vol. 18, No. 1, pp36-45, 1993.
    7. Mauldon, A.D., Karasaki, K., S.J. Martel, J.C.S. Long, M. Landsfeld, A. Mensch, and S. Vomvorus, “An Inverse Technique for Developing Models for Fluid Flow In Fracture Systems Using Simulated Annealing,” Water Resour. Res, vol. 29, No. 11, pp3775-3789, 1993.
    8. Grossenbacher, K., D. Bahat, and K. Karasaki,  “TRIANGULATOR: excel spreadsheets for converting relative bearings to XYZ coordinates, with applications to scaling photographs and orienting surfaces,” Computers and Geosciences, vol. 22, no. 10, pp1053-1059, 1996.
    9. Thapa, B., P. Hughett, and K. Karasaki,  “Semi-Automatic Analysis of Rock Fracture Orientations from Borehole Wall Images,” Geophysics, vol. 62, no. 1, pp129-137, 1997.
    10. Grossenbacher, K., K. Karasaki, and D. Bahat,  “Curved Scanline Theory,” Mathematical Geology, vol. 29, no. 5, 1997.
    11. Vasco, D.W., Karasaki, K., and Myer, L., "Monitoring of Fluid Injection and Soil Consolidation using Surface Tilt Measurements, v124, n1, Jour. of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, 1998.
    12. Bahat, D., Grossenbacher, K., and Karasaki, K., Mechanism of exfoliation joint formation in granitic rocks, Yosemite National Park, Journal of Structural Geology, Vol. 21 (1) pp. 85-96, 1999.
    13. Nakao, S., J. Najita, J., and K. Karasaki, Sensitivity Study on Hydraulic Well Testing Inversion Using Simulated Annealing, LBNL-41131, Ground Water, Vol. 37, No. 5, 736-746, September-October 1999.
    14. Karasaki, K., B. Freifeld, A. Cohen, K. Grossenbacher, P. Cook, and D. Vasco, A Multidisciplinary Fractured Rock Characterization Study at Raymond Field Site, Raymond, California, LBNL-44577, Journal of Hydrology, 236(1-2), 17-34, 2000.
    15. Vasco D., K. Karasaki, and C. Doughty, Using surface deformation to image reservoir dynamics, LBNL-43324, Geophysics, Vol. 65, No. 1, 132-147, 2000.
    16. Nakao, S., J. Najita, J., and K. Karasaki, Hydraulic well testing inversion for modeling fluid flow in fractured rocks using simulated annealing: a case study at Raymond field site, California, Journal of Applied Geophysics, 45, 203-223, 2000.
    17. Shvidler, M. and K. Karasaki, Multi-Continuum Description of Flow in Composite Heterogeneous Media, LBNL-44563, Water Resour. Res., 36(12), 3615-3630, 2000.
    18. Vasco D., H. Keers, and K. Karasaki, Estimation of Reservoir Properties Using Transient Pressure Data: an Assymptotic Approach, LBNL-46459, Water Resour. Res., 36(12), 3447-3466, 2000.
    19. Vasco D.W., K. Karasaki and C. Doughty, Using surface deformation to image reservoir dynamics, Geophysics, 65(1), P133-147, 2000.
    20. Vasco, D. W., and Karasaki, K., Inversion of pressure observations: An integral formulation, J. of Hydrology, 253, 27-40, 2001.
    21. Vasco, D. W., Karasaki, K. and Kishida, K., A coupled inversion of pressure and surface displacement, Water Resour. Res., 37(12), 3071-3089, 2001.
    22. Vasco, D. W., Wicks, C., Karasaki, K. and Osni Marques, Geodetic imaging: High resolution reservoir monitoring using satellite interferometry, Geophys. J. Int., 149, 555-571, 2002.
    23. Vasco, D. W., Karasaki, K. and Nakagome, O., Monitoring reservoir production using surface deformation at the Hijiori test site and the Okuaizu geothermal field, Japan, Geothermics, 31 (3), 303-342, 2002.
    24. Doughty, C. and K. Karasaki, Flow and Transport in Hierarchically Fractured Rock, J. of Hydrology, 263(1-4), 1-22, 2002.
    25. Karasaki, K., Rethinking geothermal energy as a renewable energy source (1), Geothermal Energy, 27(2), Ser. No. 98, 2002.
    26. Karasaki, K., Rethinking geothermal energy as a renewable energy source (2), Geothermal Energy, 27(3), Ser. No. 99, 2002.
    27. Shvidler, M. and Karasaki, K., Exact averaging of stochastic equations for transport in random fields, LBNL-46310, Transport in Porous Media, 50, 223-241, 2003.
    28. Shvidler, M. and Karasaki, K., Probability density functions for solute transport in random fields, LBNL-46309, Transport in Porous Media, 50, 243-266, 2003.
    29. Karasaki, K., Renewable Portfolilo Standard and Geothermal Energy, Geothermal Energy, 28(4), Ser. No. 104, 2003.
    30. Ito, K., Karasaki, K., Hatanaka, K., and Uchida, M., LBNL-53760, “Hydrogeological characterization of sedimentary rocks with numerical inversion using steady-state hydraulic head data - an application to Horonobe site” Journal of Japan Soc. of Engineering Geology. 45(3), pp.125-134, 2004.
    31. Doughty, C. and K. Karasaki, Modeling flow and transport in saturated fractured rock to evaluate site characterization needs, IAHR Journal of Hydraulics, 42, extra issue, 33-44, 2004. (LBNL-49045)
    32. D. W. Vasco and K. Karasaki, Interpretation and Inversion of Low-Frequency Head Observations, Water Resour. Res., 42, W05408, 2006
    33. Shvidler, M. and  Karasaki, K.,  Exact Averaging of Stochastic Equations for Flow in Porous Media, Transport in Porous Media, Volume 72, Number 3, April 2008.
    34. Yuji Ijiri, Hiromitsu Saegusa, Atsushi Sawada, Makoto Ono, Kunio Watanabe, Kenzi Karasaki, Christine Doughty, Michito Shimo, Kenichi Fumimura, Evaluation of uncertainties originating from the different modeling approaches applied to analyze regional groundwater flow in the Tono area of Japan, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 103 (2009) 168–181.
    35. Yamamoto, H., Zhang, K., Karasaki, K., Marui, A., Uehara,H., Nishikawa, N., Numerical investigation concerning the impact of CO2 geologic storage on regional groundwater flow, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, DOI: 10.1016/j.ijggc.2009.04.007, 2009.

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      Conference Proceedings and Reports

      1. Witherspoon, P., C. Wilson, J. Long, and K. Karasaki, A New Large-Scale Field Method of Measuring Permeability in Fractured Crystalline Rock, Abstracts, Geological Society America Annual Meeting 1980.
      2. Wilson, C., J. Long, R. Galbraith, K. Karasaki, H. Endo, A. Dubois, M. McPherson, and G. Ramquist, Geohydrological Data from the Macropermeability Experiment at Stripa, Sweden, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, LBL-12520, Swedish-American Cooperative Project Report SAC-37, March, 1981.
      3. Pruess, K. and K. Karasaki, Proximity Functions for modeling fluid and heat flow in reservoirs with Stochastic Fracture Distributions, Presented at the Eighth Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, 1982.
      4. Kanehiro, B.Y., C. Wilson, and K. Karasaki, Transient analysis of groundwater flow in fracture networks, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report LBL-15500, 1983.  Pruess, K., T. Narasimhan, G. Bodvarsson, K. Karasaki, and H.S. Lai, Advances in Numerical Modeling of Fractured Geothermal Reservoirs, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report LBL-15500, 1983.
      5. Witherspoon, P., J. Long, and K. Karasaki, Measurement of Permeability in Sparsely Fractured Rock, presented at the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union Meeting, San Francisco, California, December 1983.
      6. Karasaki, K., J. Long, and P. Witherspoon, Well Test Analysis in Fracture Networks, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Annual Report LBL-18496, 1984.
      7. Long, J.C.S, K. Karasaki, L. Pyrak, H. McLean and P.A. Witherspoon, Hydrologic Behavior of Fracture Networks, Proceedings of the 17th International Congress to the IAH, Tucson, Arizona, 1985.
      8. Karasaki, K., J. Long, and P. Witherspoon, A New Model for Well Test Analysis in a Purely Fractured Medium, Proceedings of the Tenth Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, 1985.
      9. Karasaki, K., J. Long, and P. Witherspoon, A New Analytical Model for Fracture-Dominated Reservoirs, Proceedings of the 60th Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition of the Society of Petroleum Engineers at Las Vegas, NV. Sept. 22-25, 1985.
      10. Karasaki, K., J. Long, and G. Bodvarsson, A New Fracture and Matrix Mesh Generator, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Annual Report LBL-20450, 1985.
      11. Karasaki, K., A New Advection Dispersion Code for Calculating Transport in Fracture Networks, 1986 Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Annual Report LBL-22090, 1987.
      12. Long, J., K. Karasaki, and D. Billaux, The Creation of Hypothetical Fracture Networks from Borehole Data, 1986 Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Annual Report LBL-22090, 1987.
      13. Karasaki, K., J. Long, and P. Witherspoon, Studies of Flow to Wells in Fractured Media, Proceedings of the 2nd Berkeley Petroleum Symposium, LBL-24337, 1988.
      14. Myer, L., K. Karasaki, J. Long, E. Majer, J. Peterson, S. Vomvoris, P. Blumling, and E. Wyss, Correlation Between Crosshole Hydrologic and Seismic Measurements, Trans., American Geophysical Union, 1988.
      15. Bidaux, P., K. Karasaki, and J. Long, A Model to Provide a Quantitative Interpretation of Electric Logs in Fractured Media, Trans., American Geophysical Union, 1988.
      16. Karasaki, K., J. Long, J. Polek, and J. Barker, A New Approach to the Interpretation of Well Test Data in Fractured Rock Masses, Trans., American Geophysical Union, 1988.
      17. Hestir, K., J. Long, K. Karasaki, and K. Nihei, Simulated Annealing: A New Algorithm for Inversion of Hydrologic Data in Fractured Rocks, Trans., American Geophysical Union, 1988.
      18. Billaux, D., K. Karasaki, and J. Long, A Numerical Model for 3-Dimensional Modeling of Channelized Flow in Rocks, in Proceedings, IAH Conference, Paris, 1989.
      19. Majer, E., J. Peterson, K. Karasaki, L. Myer, J. Long, and S. Martel, Results of the Fracture Research Investigation, LBL Report No.27913, 1989.
      20. Long, J. C. S.;Hestir, K.;Karasaki, K., Fluid flow in fractured rock: theory and application, LBL-27879, July, 1989.
      21. Davey, A., K. Karasaki, J. Long, M. Landsfeld, A. Mensch, and S. Martel, Analysis of the Hydraulic Data from the MI Experiment, LBL Report No. 27864, 1989.
      22. Polek, J., K. Karasaki, J. Long, and J. Barker, Flow to Wells in Fractured Rock with Fractal Structure, in Fractal Aspects of Materials - 1989, Eds. J. H. Kaufman, J. E. Martin and P. W. Schmidt, Materials Research Society, 1989.
      23. Karasaki, K., M. Landsfeld, K. Grossenbacher, and D. Galloway, Building of a Conceptual Model at UE25-C Hole Complex, Proceedings of International High Level Radioactive Waste Management Conference in Las Vegas, Apr. 8-12, 1990.
      24. Karasaki, K., Prematurely Terminated Slug Tests, LBL Report, LBL-27528, 1990.
      25. Karasaki, K., Analysis of Well Test Data from Selected Intervals in Leuggern Deep Borehole-Verification and Application of PTST Method, LBL Report, LBL-27914, 1990.
      26. Karasaki, K. and D. Galloway, Method Development and Strategy for the Characterization of Complexly Faulted and Fractured Rhyolytic Tuffs, Yucca Mountain, Nevada, USA, in Proceedings, OECD/NEA workshop on Flow Heterogeneity and Site Evaluation, pp. 197-210, 1990.
      27. Long, J., E. Majer, S. Martel, K. Karasaki, J. Peterson, A. Davey, and K. Hestir, M. Landsfeld, and A. Mensch, Hydrologic Characterization of Fractured Rocks - An Interdisciplinary Methodology, LBL-27863, 1990.
      28. Long, J.C.S., K. Karasaki, A. Davey, and J. Peterson, Preliminary Prediction of Inflow into the D-Holes at the Stripa Mine, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Report LBL-27182, 1990.
      29. Karasaki, K., Prematurely Terminated Slug Tests - A Field Application, in Proceedings, International Symposium on Ground Water, Nashville, Tn, pp. 163-168, 1991.
      30. Bidaux, P., K. Karasaki, and P. Witherspoon, A Numerical Model for Fracture Characterization by Well Test Analysis in Fractured Porous Reservoirs, in Proceedings, International Seminar on Heat and Mass Transport in Porous Media, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, 1991.
      31. Karasaki, K., A. Davey, J. Peterson, K. Hestir and J. Long, Modeling of Flow and Transport in Fracture Networks, in USGS Open-File Report 91-125, Symposium on Fractures, Hydrology and Yucca Mountain, Ed. Joan Gomberg, 1991.
      32. Long, J., A.D. Mauldon, K. Nelson, S. Martel, P. Fuller, and K.  Karasaki, Prediction of Flow and Drawdown for the Site Characterization and Validation Site in the Stripa Mine, LBL-31761, 1991.
      33. Long, J. and K. Karasaki, Simulation of Tracer Transport for the Site Characterization and Validation Site in the Stripa Mine, LBL-31760, 1991.
      34. Karasaki, K., Flow and Transport in Hierarchically Fractured Systems, in Proceedings, International Geological Congress, Kyoto, 1992.
      35. Mauldon, A.D., K. Karasaki, and P. Witherspoon, Using the Bootstrap and the Jackknife with Spatially Dependent Hydrologic Data, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, vol 73, no. 43, 1992.
      36. Karasaki, K., Flow and Transport in Hierarchical Systems, in Proceedings, High Level Radioactive Waste Management Conference, Las Vegas, 1993.
      37. Myer, L, K. Karasaki, J. Long, E. Majer, and S. Vomvoris, In-situ Mechanical and Hydrological Measurements on a Fracture, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v.74, n.16, 1993.
      38. Karasaki, K. and B. Freifeld, Fracture Characterization Study at Raymond, CA, presented at Geological Society of America Conference, 1993.
      39. Karasaki, K., S. Segan, and K. Pruess, A Tool for Studying Two-Phase Flow in Fracture Networks, 1992 Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Annual Report LBL-33000, 1993.
      40. Karasaki, K. and B. Freifeld, Fracture Characterization Study at Raymond Quarry Site, 1992 Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Annual Report LBL-33000, 1993.
      41. Shvidler, M. and K. Karasaki, A Solute Transport Model for Fractured Rocks, in Trans., American Geophysical Union, vol. 74, no. 43, 1993.
      42. Karasaki, K., B. Freifeld, and R. Solbau, Field Experiments of Flow and Transport in a Fractured Granitic Rock, in Trans., American Geophysical Union, vol. 74, no. 43, 1993.
      43. Myer, L., K. Karasaki, J.C.S. Long, E. Majer, and S. Vomvoris, In-Situ Hydromechanical Measurements on a Fracture, in Trans., American Geophysical Union, vol. 74, no. 43, 1993.
      44. Najita, J. and K. Karasaki, Forward simulation of Pavement Maps and Censoring Effects on Determining Fracture Size Distributions LBL-35025, 1993.
      45. Mauldon, A.D., K. Karasaki, and P. Witherspoon, Using the Jackknife, the Bootstrap, and Cross-Validation with Spatially Dependent Data LBL-35030, 1993.
      46. Segan, S., and K. Karasaki, TRINET: A Flow and Transport Code for Fracture Networks - Users Manual and Tutorial, LBL-34839, 1993.
      47. Karasaki, K., and B. Freifeld, Fracture Characterization Experiments at Raymond, California, in Proceedings, International Workshop on Research and Development of Geological Disposal, Tokai, Japan, 1993.
      48. Karasaki, K., S. Segan, K. Pruess, and S. Vomvoris, A Study of Two-Phase Flow in Fracture Networks, LBL-34706, also in the Proceedings of 5th International High Level Radioactive Waste Management Conference, Las Vegas, 1994.
      49. Karasaki, K., B. Freifeld, and C. Davison, A Fractured Rock Characterization Study, LBL-34707, also in the Proceedings of 5th International High Level Radioactive Waste Management Conference, Las Vegas, 1994.
      50. Ijiri, Y, and K. Karasaki, A Lagrangian-Eulerian Finite Element Method with Adaptive Gridding for Advection-Dispersion Problems, in Proceedings of International Conference on Computational Methods in Water Resources, Heidelberg, Germany, 1994.
      51. Karasaki, K., A. Cohen, P. Cook, and B. Freifeld, Site Characterization in Fractured Rock for Pump and Treat, Presented at EPA RSKERL Research Seminar, Oklahoma, 1994.
      52. Karasaki, K., B. Freifeld, P. Cook, and A. Cohen, Hydrologic Imaging of Fractured Rock. in Proceedings of XVIII International Symposium on the Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management, Kyoto, Japan, 1994.
      53. Freifeld, B., K. Karasaki, and B. Levich, Analysis of the Effect of the September 1, 1994 Mendocino Earthquake on Fracture Flow at the Raymond Field Site, in Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 75, n. 44, 1994.
      54. Cohen, A., K. Karasaki, and B. Freifeld, Integrated Hydrogeologic Characterization of a Fractured Granitic Formation, in Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 75, n. 44, 1994.
      55. Shvidler, M. and K. Karasaki, Multi-Continuum Models of Flow and Transport in Heterogeneous Porous Media, in Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 75, n. 44, 1994.
      56. Mauldon, A., K. Karasaki, and B. Freifeld, Repeated Pulse Tests and the Design of Tracer Tests in Fractured Media, in Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 75, n. 44, 1994.
      57. Grossenbacher, K., C. Kim, and K. Karasaki, Scan Line Method for Analyzing Fracture Networks at Rock Outcrops, in Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 75, n. 44, 1994.
      58. Freifeld, B., K. Karasaki, R. Solbau, and A. Coen, Reactive Transport Studies at the Raymond Field Site, to be presented at 6th International High Level Radioactive Waste Management Conference, Las Vegas, 1995.
      59. Becker, M., Reimus, P., Freifeld, B., Karasaki, K., and Clyde, J., Microsphere Tracer Studies in a Fractured Granite, in Trans., American Geophysical Union, v. 76, n. 46, 1995.
      60. Bahat, D., K. Grossenbacher, and K. Karasaki, Fracture Stress Determination on Surfaces of Two Joints in Sandstone by a Fractographic Technique, LBL Report No. 36972, 1995.
      61. Bahat, D., K. Grossenbacher, and K. Karasaki, Investigation of Exfoliation Joints in Sandstone and Granite by Tectonographic Techniques LBL Report No. 36973, 1995.
      62. Cohen, A. and Karasaki, K., Effect of Boreholes on the Nature of Flow in Fractured Crystalline Formations, in Trans., American Geophysical Union, v. 76, n. 46, 1995.
      63. Grossenbacher, K., Karasaki, K., Bahat, D., Characterizing Fracture Networks at Curved Surfaces and Irregularly Shaped Outcrops, in Trans., American Geophysical Union, v. 76, n. 46, 1995.
      64. Karasaki, K., Clyde, J., Cook, P., Cohen, A., Freifeld, B., and Becker, M., Fracture Flow and Transport Characterization at Raymond Field Site, CA., in Trans., American Geophysical Union, v. 76, n. 46, 1995.
      65. Shvidler, M., and Karasaki, K., Exact Averaging of Stochastic Equations for Transport in Porous Media, in Trans., American Geophysical Union, v. 76, n. 46, 1995.
      66. Thapa, B. and K. Karasaki, Observations of Joint persistence and connectivity across boreholes, in Proc. 2nd North American Rock Mechanics Symp., Montreal, Quebec, Publisher: Balkema, 1996.
      67. Birkholzer, J.T. and K. Karasaki, A new Lagrangian-Eulerian finite element method for modeling contaminant transport in fractured porous formations, in Proc. 2nd North American Rock Mechanics Symp., Montreal, Quebec, Publisher: Balkema, 1996.
      68. Cohen, A.J.B., K. Karasaki, B. Freifeld, P. Benito, P. Cook, J. Clyde, K. Grossenbacher, J. Peterson, R. Solbau, B. Thapa, D. Vasco, and P. Zawislanski, Hydrolgeologic Characterization of Fractured Rock Formations: A Guide for Gourndwater Remediators, EPA Project Summary, EPA/600/S-96/001, 1996.
      69. Shvidler, M., and Karasaki, K., Investigation of Exactly Averaged Equations for Transport in Random Fields, in Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 1998.
      70. Nakao, S., Najita, J., and Karasaki, K., Hydraulic well testing inversion using simulated annealing: case study at Raymond test site, California, in Transactions, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 1998.
      71. Shvidler, M. and K. Karasaki, Investigation of the Exactly Averaged Equations of Flow and Transport in Random Porous Media, LBNL-44562, AGU 1999 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 13-17, 1999.
      72. Karasaki, K., A Summary of Fracture Characterization Study at Raymond Field Site, in proceedings of the International Symposium on Dynamics of Fluids in Fractured Rocks, in honor of Paul A. Witherspoon's 80th Birthday, February, 1999.
      73. Doughty, C. and K. Karasaki Using an Effective Continuum Model for Flow and Transport in Fractured Rock: The H-12 Flow Comparison LBNL-44966December 1999
      74. Shvidler, M., and Karasaki, K., Mlti-continuum Description of Flow and Transport in the Composite Heterogeneous Media, in proceedings of the International Symposium on Dynamics of Fluids in Fractured Rocks, in honor of Paul A. Witherspoon's 80th Birthday, February, 1999.
      75. Nakao, S., K. Karasaki, and Don Vasco, Inverse Modeling of Fluid Flow in Fractured Rocks Constrained by Tiltmeter Data, Eos Trans. AGU, 81 (48), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H71B-40, 2000.
      76. Kishida, K., K. Karasaki, D. Vasco, and T. Adachi, An application of the inversion of surface displacement to laboratory experiments, Eos Trans. AGU, 82(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H31C-0257, 2001.
      77. Doughty, C., and K. Karasaki, Modeling Flow and Transport in Saturated Fractured Rock to Evaluate Site Characterization Needs, LBNL-49045, in Proceedings, IAHR Meeting, Berkeley, CA, 2002.
      78. Shvidler, M., and K. Karasaki, Exactly averaged stochastic equations for flow and transport in random media, LBNL-49529, in Proceedings, IAHR Meeting, Berkeley, CA, 2002.
      79. Doughty, Christine and Karasaki, Kenzi, Evaluation of uncertainties due to hydrogeological modeling and groundwater flow analysis:  steady flow, transient flow, and thermal studies, LBNL LBNL-51894, 2002.
      80. Doughty, Christine and Karasaki, Kenzi, 2002. Using borehole temperature profiles to constrain regional groundwater flow. American Geophysical Union (AGU) Meeting. San Francisco, CA. 12/6-10/02 LBNL-51495 Abs.
      81. Kishida, Kiyoshi, and Taniya, H., and Karasaki, K.,  Modeling experiments of fluid injection and the application of the inversion using the surface deformation. Eos Trans. AGU, 83(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H52B-0878, 2002.
      82. Doughty, C., and K. Karasaki, Constraining hydrologic models using thermal analysis. In Proceedings, Rock Mech. Symp., Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Tokyo, Japan, Jan. 23–24, 2003.
      83. Kishida, K., H. Taniya, D.W. Vasco, K. Karasaki, T. Adachi, Estimation of Subsurface Volume Changes and Stresses Through an Inversion Analysis of Surface Deformation, Soil and Rock America 2003, Cambridge, MA, June 22-25, 2003.
      84. Kishida, K, K. Karasaki, D. Vasco, and T. Adachi, Permeable image using surface deformation and pore pressure through modeling tests, Eos Trans. AGU, 84(46), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract G42A-0042, 2003.
      85. Vasco, D.W., K. Karasaki, and K. Kishida, A Coupled Inversion of Pressure and Surface Displacement, Eos Trans. AGU, 84(46), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract G41A-07, 2003.
      86. Ito, K., and K. Karasaki, Hydrogeological characterization of sedimentary rocks with numerical inversion using steady-state hydraulic head data, Eos Trans. AGU, 84(46), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H11I-06, 2003.
      87. Doughty, C., and K. Karasaki, Constraining a fractured-rock groundwater flow model with pressure-transient data from an inadvertent well test, LBNL-54236, Dynamics of Fluids in Fractured Rock, Berkeley, CA , February 10-12, 2004.
      88. Taniya, H., Kishida, K., K. Karasaki, D.W. Vasco, T. Adachi, Modeling method using the coupled inversion of surface deformation and pressure, in Proceedings, 38th Conference of Geotechnical Engineering Research, C-02, 628, 2003.
      89. Ito, K. and Karasaki, K., Hydrogeological characterization of sedimentary rocks with numerical inversion using steady-state hydraulic head data, Eos Trans. AGU, 84(46), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H11I-06 2003, LBL53722.
      90. Kishida, K.., Karasaki, K., Vasco, D.W., and Adachi, T., Permeable image using surface deformation and pore pressure through modeling tests, Eos Trans. AGU, 84(46), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract G42A-0042, 2003.
      91. Vasco, D.W, Kishida, K., and Karasaki, K. A Coupled Inversion of Pressure and Surface Displacement. Eos Trans. AGU, 84(46), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract G41A-07, 2003.
      92. Ito, K., and Krasaki, K., Numerical study about the natural and induced heat convection on far-field groundwater flow, LBNL-56273, AGU Fall Meeting, 2004.
      93. Karasaki, K. K. Ito, and K. Maekawa, Simulation of saltwater intrusion, In Proceedings, TOUGH2 Workshop, Berkeley, 2006.
      94. Ikegawa, Y., S.D. Glaser, K. Karasaki, K. Ito, H. Aoki, and M. Sawada, Proposal for ubiquitous monitoring of ground environments and its wireless communication test, 35th Rock Mechanics Symposium, 70, January, 2006.
      95. Karasaki, K., Uncertainty Reduction Through the Use of Non-Hyrologic Data, Invited, H22B-06, Western Pacific Geophysical Meeting, Beijing, 2006.
      96. Hajime Yamamoto; Keni Zhang; Kenzi Karasaki; Atsunao Marui, Impact of large-scale geologic CO2 storage on regional groundwater systems –Numerical simulation using parallelized code-, in Proceedings of Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2007, Chiba, Japan.
      97. Karasaki, K., Oldenburg, C., and Maekawa, K., Henry Problem Revisited, 2006. AGU, 87(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., H54E-04,
      98. Maekawa, K., Karasaki, K., Takasu, T., Laboratory Experiment of Saltwater Intrusion into Freshwater Aquifer, 2006, Eos Trans. AGU, 87(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., H33D-1531.
      99. Karasaki, K.enzi, John Apps, Christine Dounghty, Hope Gwatney, Celia Tiemi Onishi, Robert Trautz, and Chin-Fu Tsang, Feature Detection, Characterization and Confirmation Methodology –Final Report–, March 2007 NUMO-LBNL Collaborative Research Project Report
      100. Goto, J., H. Tsuchi, and K. Karasaki, Literature and analytical examination for optimizing the Preliminary Investigation programs, Japan Geotechnical Society, ISSN:09196021, October, 2007.
      101. Yamamoto, H., K. Zhang, K. Karasaki, and A. Marui, 2007, Impact of large-scale geologic CO2 storage on regional groundwater systems –Numerical simulation using parallelized code, Abs J253-008, Japan Geosciences Union Meeting, 2007.
      102. Karasaki, K., and K. Maekawa, Numerical simulation of saltwater intrusion experiment, Eos Trans. AGU, 88(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H14C-04, 2007.
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