B.R. Ellis and C. A. Peters (2015) “3D mapping of calcite and a demonstration of its relevance to permeability evolution in reactive fractures”, Advances in Water Resources. DOI: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2015.07.023
Deng, H.; Fitts, J.P.; Crandall, D.; McIntyre, D.; Peters, C.A. (2015) “Alterations of fractures in carbonate rocks by CO2-acidified brines” Environmental Science & Technology. Vol. 49, Issue 16, pp. 10226-10234.
J.M. Bielicki, C.A. Peters, J.P. Fitts, E.J. Wilson. (2015) “An Examination of Geologic Carbon Sequestration Policies in the Context of Leakage Potential” International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. 37:61-75.
D.E. Giammar, F. Wang, B. Guo, J.A. Surface, C.A. Peters, M.S. Conradi, S.E. Hayes (2014) “Impacts of Diffusive Transport on Carbonate Mineral Formation from Magnesium Silicate-CO2-Water Reactions”, Environmental Science & Technology, Volume 48, Issue 24, 16 December 2014, Pages 14344-14351.
J.M. Bielicki; M.F. Pollak; J.P. Fitts; C.A. Peters, E.J. Wilson. (2014) “Causes and Financial Consequences of Geologic CO2 Storage Reservoir Leakage and Interference with other Subsurface Resources”. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. Vol. 20: 272-284.
J.P. Fitts and C.A. Peters, “Caprock Fracture Dissolution and CO2 Leakage”, (2013) In: Geochemistry of Geologic CO2 Sequestration (Eds: DJ DePaolo, DR Cole, A Navrotsky, IC Bourg), Reviews in Mineralogy & Geochemistry Vol 77: 459 – 479 (2013).
L.E. Beckingham; C.A. Peters; W. Um; K.W. Jones; W.B. Lindquist. (2013) “2D and 3D imaging resolution trade-offs in quantifying pore throats for prediction of permeability” Advances in Water Resources. 62: 1-12.
J.P. Nogues, J.P. Fitts, M.A. Celia, C.A. Peters. (2013) “Permeability evolution due to dissolution and precipitation of carbonates using reactive transport modeling in pore networks”, Water Resources Research, Vol 49(6): 6006-6021, doe:10.1002/wrcr.20486, 2013.
Deng, H.; Ellis, B.R.; Peters, C.A.; Fitts, J.P.; Crandall, D.; Bromhal, G.S. (2013) “Modifications of carbonate fracture hydrodynamic properties by CO2-acidified brine flow". Energy and Fuels. 27(8): 4221 – 4231 DOI: 10.1021/ef302041s.
K.W. Jones, J. Wang, Y.-C. Chen, Q. Yuan, W.B. Lindquist, L. Beckingham, C.A. Peters, W. Um, L. Newman, T. Sabo-Attwood, R. Tappero, (2013) “Tomographic Investigations Relevant to the Rhizosphere,” In: Soil-Water-Root Processes: Advances in Tomography and Imaging. SSSA Special Publication 61, S.H. Anderson and J.W. Hopmans, editors; Agronomy Journal. 2013.
B.R. Ellis, J.P. Fitts, G.S. Bromhal, D.L. McIntyre, R. Tappero, C.A. Peters. (2013) “Dissolution-Driven Permeability Reduction of a Fractured Carbonate Caprock”. Environmental Engineering Science, 30(4): 187-193. 2013. DOI: 10.1089/ees.2012.0337
Oldenburg, C.; Doughty, C.; Peters, C.A.; Dobson, P. (2012) “Simulations of long-column flow experiments related to geologic carbon sequestration: Effects of outer wall boundary condition on upward flow and formation of liquid CO2” Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology, 2(4): 279-303. DOI: 10.1002/ghg.1294 .
L.E. Crandell, C.A. Peters, W. Um, K.W. Jones, W.B. Lindquist, 2012. “Changes in the pore network structure of Hanford sediment after reaction with caustic tank wastes.” Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 131 (2012) 89–99.
B.R. Ellis, C.A. Peters, J.P. Fitts, G.S. Bromhal, D.L. McIntyre, R.P. Warzinski, E.J. Rosenbaum. 2011. “Deterioration of a fractured carbonate caprock exposed to CO2-acidified brine flow” Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology. Vol 1, Issue 3, 248-260.
Kim, D., W. B. Lindquist, C. A. Peters, (2011), Upscaling geochemical reaction rates accompanying acidic CO2-saturated brine flow in sandstone aquifers, Water Resour. Res., 47, W01505, doi:10.1029/2010WR009472.