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Journal Papers
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  1. *Wen, H., and L. Li. An upscaled rate law for magnesite dissolution in heterogeneous porous media. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta. doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2017.04.019 pdf
  2. *Bao, C., L. Li, Y. Shi, C. Duffy. Understanding hydrogeochemical processes at the watershed scale: 1. Development of RT-Flux-PIHM. Water Resources Research. doi: 10.1002/2016WR018934 pdf
  3. L. Li, *C. Bao, Y. Shi, P. L. Sullivan, S. Brantley, C. Duffy. Understanding hydrogeochemical processes at the watershed scale: 2. Concentration-discharge relationships of chloride and magnesium. Water Resources Research. doi: 10.1002/2016WR018935 pdf
  4. Li, L., K. Maher, A. Navarre-Sitchler, J. Druhan, C. Meile, C. Lawrence, J. Moore, J. Perdrial, P. Sullivan, A. Thompson, L. Jin, E. W. Bolton, S. Brantley, W. Dietrich, K. U. Mayer, C. I. Steefel, A. Valocchi, J. Zachara, B. Kocar, J. Mcintosh, B. M. Tutolo, M. Kumar, E. Sonnenthal, C. Bao, J. Beisman. 2017. Expanding the Role of Reactive Transport Models in Earth Surface Processes. Earth Science Reviews. doi: 10.1016/j.earscirev.2016.09.001 pdf
  5. *Cai, Z. and L. Li. 2016. How long do natural waters “remember” release incidents of Marcellus Shale waters: a first order approximation using reactive transport modeling. Geochemical Transactions 17(6). doi: 10.1186/s12932-016-0038-4 pdf
  6. Cheng, Y., C.G. Hubbard, L. Li, N. Bouskill, M.Conrad, S.Molins, L.Zheng, A.Engelbrektson, J.D Coates, and J. Ajo-Franklin. 2016. A Reactive Transport Model of Sulfur Cycling as Impacted by Perchlorate and Nitrate Treatments. Environ. Sci. Technol. 50(13): 7010-7018. doi: 10.1021/acs.est.6b00081 pdf
  7. *Wen, H., L. Li, D. Crandall, A. Hakala. 2016. Where Lower Calcite Abundance Creates More Alteration: Enhanced Rock Matrix Diffusivity Induced by Preferential Dissolution. Energy & Fuels. DOI: 10.1021/acs.energyfuels.5b02932. pdf
  8. Carroll, S., J. W. Carey, D. Dzombak, N. J. Huerta, L. Li, T. Richard, W. Um, S. D.C. Walsh, L. Zhang. 2016. Review: Role of Chemistry, Mechanics, and Transport on Well Integrity in CO2 Storage Environments. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 49: 149-160. doi:10.1016/j.ijggc.2016.01.010. pdf
  9. *Brunet, J. L., L. Li, Z. T. Karpyn, N. J. Huerta. 2016. Fracture opening or self-sealing: Critical residence time as a unifying parameter for cement-CO2-brine interactions. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control . 47: 25-37. doi:10.1016/j.ijggc.2016.01.024. pdf
  10. *Qiao, C., R.T. Johns, and L. Li. 2016. Modeling low salinity flooding in mineralogically different carbonate reservoirs. Energy & Fuels doi: 10.1021/acs.energyfuels.5b02456 pdf
  11. *Cao, P., Z. T. Karpyn, L. Li. 2016. The role of host rock properties in determining potential CO2 migration pathways. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control . 45: 18-26. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijggc.2015.12.002. pdf
  12. *Cao, P., Z. T.Karpyn, and L. Li. 2015. Self-healing of Cement Fractures under Dynamic Flow of CO2-rich Brine. Water Resources Research. 51, 4684–4701, doi:10.1002/2014WR016162 pdf
  13. *Qiao, C., L. Li, R.T. Johns, and J. Xu. 2015. Compositional modeling of reaction-induced injectivity alteration during CO2 Flooding in carbonate reservoirs. SPE Journal. doi: 10.2118/170930-PA pdf
  14. *Qiao, C., L. Li, R.T. Johns, J. Xu. 2015. A mechanistic model for wettability alteration by chemically tuned water flooding in carbonate reservoirs. SPE Journal. 20(4), 767-783 pdf
  15. *Salehikhoo, F., L. Li. 2015. The role of mineral spatial patterns in determining magnesite dissolution rates: when does it matter? Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta . 155: 107–121, doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2015.01.035 pdf
  16. *Wang, L. and L. Li. 2015. Illite spatial distribution patterns dictates Cr(VI) sorption macrocapacity and macrokinetics. Environmental Science & Technology. 49: 1374-1383, doi: 10.1021/es503230f pdf
  17. Zhang, L., D. Li, L. Li, and D. Lu. 2014. Development of a new compositional model with multi-component sorption isotherm and slip flow in tight gas reservoirs. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering. 21: 1061–1072. doi:10.1016/j.jngse.2014.10.029 pdf
  18. *Heidari, P., and Li, L. 2014. Solute transport in low heterogeneous sandboxes: the role of correlation length and permeability variance. Water Resources Research . doi:10.1002/2013WR014654 pdf
  19. Hubbard, C. G., Y. Cheng, A. Engelbrektson, J. L. Druhan, L. Li, J.B. Ajo-Franklin, J. D. Coates, M. E. Conrad. 2014. Isotopic insights into microbial sulfur cycling in oil reservoirs. Frontiers in Microbiology. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2014.00480 pdf
  20. *Bao, C., *Wu, H., Li, L., Williams, K. H., Long, P., and Newcomer, D. 2014. Uranium Bioreduction Rates Across Scales: Biogeochemical Hot Moments and Hot Spots During a Field Biostimulation Experiment at Rifle, Colorado. Environmental Science & Technology. 48: 10116-10127, doi:10.1021/es501060d pdf
  21. Li, L., *Salehikhoo, F., Brantley, S. L., *Heidari, P. 2014. Spatial zonation limits magnesite dissolution in porous media. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 126: 555 - 573, dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gca.2013.10.051 pdf
  22. Wu, Y., *Surasani, V. K., Li, L., Hubbard, S. S. 2014. Geophysical monitoring and reactive transport simulations of bioclogging processes induced by leuconostoc mesenteroides. Geophysics 79(1): E61 – E73, 10.1190/GEO2013-0121.1 pdf
  23. *Surasani, V.K., Li, L., Ajo-Franklin, J. B., Hubbard, C., Hubbard, S. S., and Wu, Y. 2013. Bioclogging and Permeability Alteration by L. mesenteroides in a Sandstone Reservoir: A Reactive Transport Modeling Study. Energy \& Fuels (27): 6538 - 6551, dx.doi.org/10.1021/ef401446f. pdf
  24. Zhang, L., Dzombak, D., Nakles, D., *Brunet, J. , Li, L. 2013. Reactive transport modeling of interactions between acid gas (CO2 + H2S) and pozzolan-amended wellbore cement under geologic carbon sequestration conditions.” Energy & Fuels., 27: 6921 - 6937, dx.doi.org/10.1021/ef401749x, pdf
  25. *Vilcaez, J., Li, L., and Hubbard, S. S. 2013. A new model for the biodegradation kinetics of oil droplets: Application to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Geochemical Transactions. 14(4), dx.doi.org/10.1021/ef401446f. pdf
  26. *Cao, P., Karpyn, Z. T., Li, L. 2013. Dynamic changes in wellbore cement integrity due to geochemical reactions in CO2-rich environments. Water Resources Research doi:10.1002/wrcr.20340. pdf
  27. *Brunet, J. L., Li, L., Karpyn, Z. T., Kutchko, B. G., Strazisar, B., Bromhal, G. 2013. Dynamic evolution of compositional and transport properties under conditions relevant to geological carbon sequestration Energy & Fuels doi: 10.1021/ef302023v. pdf
  28. *Vilcaez, J., Li, L., Wu, D., and Hubbard, S. S. 2013. Reactive transport modeling of induced selective plugging by L. Mesenteroides in carbonate formations. Geomicrobiology Journal (30): 813–828, doi: 10.1080/01490451.2013.774074. pdf
  29. *Salehikhoo, F., Li, L., Brantley, S. L. 2013. Magnesite dissolution rates at different spatial scales: The role of mineral spatial distribution and flow velocity. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta . 108: 91-106. doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2013.01.010. pdf
  30. *Frye, E., *Bao, C., Li, L., Blumsack, S. 2012. Environmental controls of Cadmium desorption during CO2 leakage. Environmental Science & Technology. 46(8): 4388–4395. doi: 10.1021/es3005199. pdf
  31. Li, L., *Gawande, N., Kowalsky, M. B., Steefel, C. I., and Hubbard, S. S. 2011. Physicochemical heterogeneity controls of uranium, bioreduction rates at the field scale. Environmental Science & Technology. 45 (23): 9959–9966. doi: 10.1021/es201111y. pdf
  32. Singha, K., Li, L., Day-Lewis, F. D., and Regberg, A. B. 2011. Quantifying solute transport processes: are chemically “conservative” tracers electrically conservative? Geophysics. 76: F53-F63. doi: 10.1190/1.3511356. pdf
  33. Li, L., Steefel, C. I., Kowalsky, M. B., Englert, A., and Hubbard, S. S. 2010. Effects of physical and geochemical heterogeneities on mineral transformation and biomass accumulation during a biostimulation experiment at Rifle, Colorado. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 112: 45-63. doi: 10.1016/j.jconhyd.2009.10.006 (ranked as one of the 25 hottest articles of the journal during the period of January to March 2010). pdf
  34. Li, L., Steefel, C. I., Williams, K. H., Wilkins, M. J., and Hubbard, S. S. 2009. Mineral transformation and biomass accumulation during uranium bioremediation at Rifle, Colorado. Environmental Science & Technology. 43(14): 5429–5435. doi: 10.1021/es900016v. pdf
  35. Englert, A., Hubbard, S. S., Williams, K. H., Li, L., Steefel, C. I. 2009. Feedbacks Between Hydrological Heterogeneity and Bioremediation Induced Biogeochemical Transformations. Environmental Science & Technology. 43 (14): 5197–5204 doi: 10.1021/es803367n. pdf
  36. Chen, J. S., Hubbard, S. S., Williams, K. H., Pride, S., Li, L., Steefel, C., Slater, L. 2009. A state-space Bayesian framework for estimating biogeochemical transformations using time-lapse geophysical data. Water Resources Research. 45, W08420. DOI: 10.1029/2008WR007698. pdf
  37. Li, L., C. I. Steefel, and L. Yang. 2008. Scale dependence of mineral dissolution kinetics within single pores and fractures.'' Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta , 72: 360-377, doi:10.1016/j.gca.2007.10.027. pdf
  38. Li, L., C. A. Peters, and M. A. Celia. 2007. Applicability of averaged concentrations in determining reaction rates in heterogeneous porous media. American Journal of Science . 307: 1146-1166, doi: 10.2475/10.2007.02. pdf
  39. Li, L., C. A. Peters, and M. A. Celia. 2007. Effects of mineral spatial distributions on reaction rates in porous media. Water Resources Research, 43, W01419, doi:10.1029/2005WR004848. pdf
  40. Li, L., C. A. Peters, and M. A. Celia. 2007. Reply to `Comments on upscaling geochemical reaction rates using pore-scale network modeling' by Peter C. Lichtner and Qinjun Kang. Advances in Water Resources 30: 691-695. pdf
  41. Li, L., C. A. Peters, and M. A. Celia. 2006. Upscaling geochemical reaction rates using pore-scale network modeling. Advances in Water Resources 29: 1351--1370. pdf
  42. Xu, S., L. Li, Y. Tan, J. Feng, Z. Wei, and L. Wang. 2000. Prediction and QSAR analysis of toxicity to Photobacterium phosphoreum for a group of heterocyclic nitrogen compounds. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 64(3): 316--322. pdf
  43. Li, L., L. Wang, S. Han, and Z. Zhang. 1999. Comparison of four methods of predicting newly measured octanol/water coefficients (log Kow) for heterocyclic nitrogen compounds and the partition mechanism. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry, 18(12): 2723--2728. pdf
  44. Li, L., H. Yang, Y. Ding, and L. Wang. 1999. Prediction of logKw using MCIs and LSER methods for heterocyclic nitrogen compounds. Journal of Liquid Chromatography & Related Technologies, 22(6): 897--907. pdf

Conference Papers and Meeting Reports

  1. Li, L., K. Maher, and A. Navarre-Sitchler. 2014. Expanding the Role of Reactive Transport Modeling in Biogeochemical Sciences. Eos Transactions, American Geophysical Union. 95(35): 316-316. pdf
  2. Duffy, C., Y. Shi, K. Davis, R. Slingerland, L. Li, P. L. Sullivan, Y. Goddéris, S. L. Brantley. 2014. Designing a System of Models to Understand the Critical Zone. Procedia in Earth and Planetary Sciences. August 18-22, 2014 Collège des Bernardins, Paris 5th, France. pdf
  3. Qiao, C., L. Li, R.T. Johns, and J. Xu. 2014. Compositional modeling of reaction-induced injectivity alteration during CO2 Flooding in carbonate reservoirs. SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 27–29 October 2014. SPE 170930. pdf
  4. Qiao, C., L. Li, R.T. Johns, J. Xu. 2014. A mechanistic model for wettability alteration by chemically tuned water flooding in carbonate reservoirs. SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 27–29 October 2014. SPE 170966. pdf
  5. Crandall, D., Wen, H., Li, L., and Hakala, A. 2014. Reactive geochemical flow modeling with CT scanned rock fractures, FEDSM2014-21579, Proceedings of the ASME 2014 4th Joint US-European Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting, Chicago, August 3-7, 2014. pdf
  6. Binning, P. J., M. A. Celia, and L. Li. 2006. Pseudokinetics arising from the upscaling of equilibrium. In Proceedings of the XVI International Conferences on Computational Methods in Water Resources, edited by P. J. Binning, P. K. Engesgaard, H. K. Dahle, G. F. Pinder, and W. G. Gray, Copenhagen, Denmark. pdf
  7. Peters, C. A., J. A. Lewandowski, M. L. Maier, M. A. Celia, and L. Li. 2006. Mineral grain spatial patterns and reaction rate up-scaling. In Proceedings of the XVI International Conferences on Computational Methods in Water Resources, edited by P. J. Binning, P. K. Engesgaard, H. K. Dahle, G. F. Pinder, and W. G. Gray, Copenhagen, Denmark. pdf
  8. Li, L., C. A. Peters, and M. A. Celia. 2004. Upscaling calcite dissolution rates using network model simulations. (Peer Reviewed) Water-rock Interactions: Proceedings of the Eleventh International Symposium on Water-rock Interaction, edited by R. B. Wanty and R. R. Seal II, pp961--965, A. A. Balkema Publishers, London. pdf