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Broda, S., Éthier, M.-P., Blessent, D., Aubertin, M., Maqsoud, A., & Bussière, B. (2021). Analyzing variation of the water table level with three-dimensional numerical simulations to assess reclamation techniques for an acidic tailings impoundment. Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 58(6), 823-833. Available

Badache, M., Aidoun, Z., Eslami Nejad, P., & Blessent, D. (2019). Ground-Coupled Natural Circulating Devices (Thermosiphons): A Review of Modeling, Experimental and Development Studies. External link

Broda, S., Aubertin, M., Blessent, D., Hirthe, E., & Graf, T. (2017). Improving control of contamination from waste rock piles. Environmental Geotechnics, 4(4), 274-283. External link

Blessent, D., Jørgensen, P. R., & Therrien, R. (2014). Comparing discrete fracture and continuum models to predict contaminant transport in fractured porous media. Groundwater, 52(1), 84-95. External link

Broda, S., Blessent, D., & Aubertin, M. (2013, February). Conceptual model suitability for reproducing preferential flow in waste rock [Paper]. 32nd IASTED International Conference on Modelling, Identification and Control (MIC 2013), Innsbruck, Austria. External link

Broda, S., Blessent, D., & Aubertin, M. (2013, August). A novel approach to analyse water flow in waste rock piles to asses slope stability and groundwater contamination [Paper]. 23rd World Mining Congress (WMC 2013), Montréal, Québec. Unavailable

Broda, S., Hirthe, E., Blessent, D., Aubertin, M., & Graf, T. (2013, September). Using random discrete fractures for representing preferential flow in waste rock piles with compacted layers [Paper]. GeoMontreal 2013 : 66th Canadian Geotechnical Conference, Montréal, Québec. Unavailable

Broda, S., Sayde, C., Selker, J., Aubertin, M., & Blessent, D. (2013, September). Using temperature as a tracer for analysing the response of a capillary barrier in waste rock [Paper]. GeoMontreal 2013 : 66th Canadian Geotechnical Conference, Montréal, Québec. Unavailable

Blessent, D., Therrien, R., & Lemieux, J.-M. (2011). Inverse modeling of hydraulic tests in fractured crystalline rock based on a transition probability geostatistical approach. Water Resources Research, 47(12). External link

Blessent, D., Therrien, R., & Gable, C. W. (2011). Large-scale numerical simulation of groundwater flow and solute transport in discretely-fractured crystalline bedrock. Advances in Water Resources, 34(12), 1539-1552. External link

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Chapuis, R. P., Duhaime, F., Weber, S., Marefat, V., Zhang, L., Blessent, D., Bouaanani, N., & Pelletier, D. (2023). Numerical convergence does not mean mathematical convergence: Examples of simple saturated steady-state groundwater models with pumping wells. Computers and Geotechnics, 162, 11 pages. External link

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