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    From atmospheric winds to fracture ventilation: Cause and effect

    Nachshon, U. / Dragila, M. / Weisbrod, N. | British Library Online Contents | 2012
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    Combined evaporation and salt precipitation in homogeneous and heterogeneous porous media

    Nachshon, U. / Weisbrod, N. / Dragila, M.I. et al. | British Library Online Contents | 2011
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    Falling through the cracks: The role of fractures in Earth-atmosphere gas exchange (DOI 10.1029/2008GL036096)

    Weisbrod, N. / Dragila, M.I. / Nachshon, U. et al. | British Library Online Contents | 2009
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    The role of cavities in land-atmosphere interactions

    Weisbrod, N. / Nachshon, U. / Pillersdorf, M. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2009
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    Sulfate salt dynamics in the glaciated plains of North America

    Nachshon, U. / Ireson, A. / van der Kamp, G. et al. | British Library Online Contents | 2013
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    Infrared thermography of evaporative fluxes and dynamics of salt deposition on heterogeneous porous surfaces

    Nachshon, U. / Shahraeeni, E. / Or, D. et al. | British Library Online Contents | 2011
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    Hydrogeological processes in seasonally frozen northern latitudes: understanding, gaps and challenges

    Ireson, A. M. / van der Kamp, G. / Ferguson, G. et al. | British Library Online Contents | 2013
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    Hydrogeological processes in seasonally frozen northern latitudes: understanding, gaps and challenges

    Ireson, A. M. / van der Kamp, G. / Ferguson, G. et al. | Online Contents | 2013
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    Combined effect of salt precipitation and heterogeneity on evaporation from porous media

    Nachshon, U. / Grader, A. / Weisbrod, N. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
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    Quantifying thermal convection within surface-exposed fractures

    Nachshon, U. / Weisbrod, N. / Dragila, I. M. et al. | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2007
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