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  1. Appel, C.A., and Bredehoeft, J.D., 1976, Status of ground-water modeling in the U.S. Geological Survey: U.S. Geological Survey Circular 737, 9 p.
  2. Chanat, J.G., Hornberger, G.M., and Rice, K.C., 2001, Variability in concentration-discharge plots: Modeling results with implications for field studies [abs.], in Abstracts, Virginia Water Research Symposium 2001: Virginia Water Resources Research Center Special Report SR21-2001, p. 20.
  3. Chanat, J.G., Rice, K.C., and Hornberger, G.M., 2001, Variability in concentration-discharge plots - modeling results with implications for field studies: AGU Spring Meeting, May 2001, Boston, Ma., published as a supplement to the May 2001 issue of Eos.
  4. Cosner, O.J., 1975, A predictive computer model of the Lower Cretaceous aquifer, Franklin area, southeastern Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 51-74, 72 p.
  5. Deviney, F.A., Jr., Rice, K.C., and Hornberger, G.M., 2006, Time series and recurrence interval models to predict the vulnerability of streams to episodic acidification in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia: Water Resources Research, 42, W09405, doi:10.1029/2005WR004740.
  6. Doyle, W.H., Jr., Curwick, P.B., and Flynn, K.M., 1983, A flood model for the Tug Fork basin, Kentucky, Virginia, and West Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 84-4014, 87 p. OUT OF STOCK.
  7. Erwin, M.L., McFarland, E.R., and Bruce, T. S., 1999, USGS Ground-water flow model--An essential tool for managing the Water-Supply of the Virginia Coastal Plain, U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 099-99, 4 p.
  8. Focazio, M.J., 1990, Application of a geographic information system to the analysis of ground-water resources in the Coastal Plain of Virginia: International Conference on Application of a Geographic Information System-Simulation Model and Knowledge-Based Systems for Landuse Management, Blacksburg, Va., 1990, Proceedings, p. 351­359.
  9. Focazio, M.J., 1994, Ground-water flow from an upland agricultural field to a wooded wetland, saltwater marsh, and estuary: An analysis using flow modeling, water-recharge dates, and water chemistry [abs.]: American Geophysical Union Conference, 1994, Fall Meeting, in EOS Transaction, San Francisco, Ca., Dec. 1995.
  10. Hamilton, P.A., and Laczniak, R.J., 1986, Application of a ground-water flow model to assess regional effects of ground-water withdrawals on Chesapeake Bay: Third Annual Regional Ground-Water Conference, National Water Well Association, Proceedings, 17 p.
  11. Hong, B., Shen, J., Rice, K.C., and Bennett, M.R., 2010, Modeling study of salinity change under different sea-level rise scenarios in the Chesapeake Bay: Chesapeake Modeling Symposium 2010, May 10-12, Annapolis, MD
  12. Hyer, K.E., and Moyer, D.L., 2004, Enhancing fecal coliform total maximum daily load models through bacterial source tracking:, Journal of the American Water Resources Association, v. 40, no. 6, p. 1511-1526.
  13. Krstolic, J.L., Hayes, D.C., and Ruhl, P.M., 2006, Physical Habitat Classification and Instream Flow Modeling to Determine Habitat Availability During Low-Flow Periods, North Fork Shenandoah River, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2006-5025, 63 p.
  14. Martucci, S.K., Krstolic, J.L., Raffensperger, J.P., and Hopkins, K.J., 2005, Development of Land Segmentation, Stream-Reach Network, and Watersheds in Support of Hydrological Simulation Program-Fortran (HSPF) Modeling, Chesapeake Bay Watershed, and Adjacent Parts of Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2005-5073, 24 p.
  15. McCoy, K.J., Kozar, M.D., Yager, R.M., Harlow, G.E., Jr., and Nelms, D.L., 2011, Synthesis of Multiple Scale Modeling in the Faulted and Folded Karst of the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia and West Virginia [abs.], in Kuniansky, E.L., ed.,U.S. Geological Survey Karst Interest Group Proceedings, Fayetteville, Arkansas, April 26-29, 2011: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2011-5031, p. 171.
  16. McFarland, E.R., 1998, Design, revisions, and considerations for continued use of a ground-water-flow model of the Coastal Plain aquifer system in Virginia, U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 98-4085, 49 p.
  17. McFarland, E.R., 2000, Computer model aids management of ground water resources in eastern Virginia [abs.]: in 1999 Virginia Water Research Symposium--integrating science into the development and implementation of effective water resource policies, Richmond, Va., Proceedings: Blacksburg, Va., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, p. 146.
  18. O'Brien, A.K., Rice, K.C., Bricker, O.P., Kennedy, M.M., and Anderson, R.T., 1997, Use of geochemical mass balance modelling to evaluate the role of weathering in determining stream chemistry in five mid-Atlantic watersheds on different lithologies: Hydrological Processes, vol. 11, p. 719-744.
  19. Pope, J.P., and Burbey, T.J., 2003, Characterization and modeling of land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawals from the confined aquifers of the Virginia Coastal Plain, in Prince, K.R. and Galloway, D.L., eds., U.S. Geological Survey Subsidence Interest Group Conference, Proceedings of the Technical Meeting, Galveston, Texas, November 27-29, 2001: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 03-308, p. 49-56.
  20. Powell, J.D., 1984, Geochemical models of the relation between water quality and mineralogy in coal producing strata of southwestern Virginia [abs.]: National Water Well Association, Practical Applications of Ground-Water Geochemistry-Applied Geochemistry Workshop, Banff, Alberta, Canada, 1984, 1 p.
  21. Rice, K.C., Deviney, Jr., F.A., and Hornberger, G.M., 2006, Time series and recurrence interval models to predict the vulnerability of streams to episodic acidification in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia: AGU Spring Meeting, May 22-25, 2006, Baltimore, Md.
  22. Rice, K.C., Deviney, Jr., F.A., and Hornberger, G.M., 2006, Time series and recurrence interval models to predict the vulnerability of streams to episodic acidification in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia: GSA Abstracts with Programs Vol. 38, No. 7; Philadelphia, Pa.
  23. Rice, K.C., Deviney, Jr., F.A., and Hornberger, G.M., 2007, Regionalization of a predictive surface-water-quality model: USGS National Water Quality Meeting, Nov. 5-9, 2007, Galveston, Tx
  24. Rice, K.C., Raffensperger, J.P. and Webb, R.J., 1999, Hydrological and geochemical controls on episodic acidification of streams in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia--Development and testing of a predictive model [abs.]: Virginia Water Research Symposium, November 15, 1999, Richmond, Va.
  25. Richardson, D.L., 1991, Analysis of well distribution and saltwater intrusion of the Eastern Shore Peninsula in Virginia by means of a finite-difference sharp-interface ground-water-flow model: American Water Resources Association symposium on availability of ground water, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1992, Proceedings, p. 337­346.
  26. Sanford, W.E. and Pope, J.P., 2010, Current challenges using models to forecast seawater intrusion: Lessons from the Eastern Shore of Virginia, USA, Hydrogeology Journal, v. 18, no. p. 73-93; DOI: 10.1007/s10040-009-0513-4. (on-line abstract or on-line journal article in pdf format, 3.9 MB, published by Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, copyright U.S. Government)
  27. Sanford, W.E. and Pope, J.P., 2011, Forecasting Salt-Water Intrusion In the Eastern Shore of Virginia Using a Three-Dimensional Numerical Model [abs.]: National Ground Water Association, 2011 Ground Water Summit and 2011 Ground Water Protection Council Spring Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, May 1-5.
  28. Sanford, W.E. and Pope, J.P., 2011, Use of Regional Groundwater Models to Estimate Potential Submarine Groundwater Discharge along the Chesapeake Bay [abs.]: National Ground Water Association, 2011 Ground Water Summit and 2011 Ground Water Protection Council Spring Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, May 1-5.
  29. Yager, R.M., Voss, C.I., and Southworth, S., 2009, Comparison of alternative representations of hydraulic-conductivity anisotropy in folded fractured-sedimentary rock: modeling groundwater flow in the Shenandoah Valley (USA): Hydrogeology Journal (2009) 17: p. 1111-1131.