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* after year denotes reviewed publication *before name denotes student advisee in author list

2001

2001*| invited: Knight, R., Ground penetrating radar for environmental applications, Annu. Rev. Earth Planet. Sci., 29, 229-55.

2001*| *Li, C., Tercier, P., Knight, R., The effect of adsorbed oil on the dielectric properties of sand and clay, Water Resources Research, 37, 1783-1793.

2000

2000*| Bryar, T., C. Daughney, and R.J. Knight, Effects of paramagnetic iron (III) species on nuclear magnetic resonance relaxation of saturated sands. Journal of Magnetic Resonance, v. 142, pp. 74-85.

2000*| Daughney, C., T. Bryar, and R.J. Knight, Detecting sorbed hydrocarbons in a porous medium using proton nuclear magnetic resonance. Environmental Science and Technology, v. 34, pp. 332-337.

2000*| Irving, J. and R.J. Knight, Estimation and correction of wavelet dispersion in GPR Data. In: GPR 2000, Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar, Gold Coast, Australia, pp. 123-129.

2000*| *Jarvis, K., and R.J. Knight, Near-surface VSP surveys using the seismic cone penetrometer. Geophysics, v. 65, pp. 1048-1056.

2000*| Knight, R., Environmental applications of ground penetrating radar. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, v. 29, in press.

2000*| National Research Council, Seeing into the Earth: Noninvasive characterization of the shallow subsurface for environmental and engineering applications, 269 pp., National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.

2000*| Tercier, P., R.J. Knight, and H. Jol, A comparison of the correlation structure in GPR images of deltaic and barrier spit depositional environments. Geophysics, v. 65, pp. 1142-1153.

1999

1999*| Chan, C. and R.J. Knight, Accounting for saturation heterogeneity in obtaining estimate of water content from dielectric data. Conference Proceedings from The Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems (SAGEEP), Oakland CA., pp. 435-444.