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    1. Gajst, H., Weinberger, R., Zhu, W., Lyakhovsky, V., Marco, S., Shalev, E. Effects of pre-existing faults on compaction localization in porous sandstones,. Tectonophysics, 747-748, 1-15, doi.org/10.1016/j.tecto.2018.09.002, 2018 (Download PDF file)

    2. Baer, G., Magen, Y., Nof, R. N., Raz, E., Lyakhovsky, V., Shalev, E. InSAR measurements and viscoelastic modeling of sinkhole precursory subsidence: Implications for sinkhole formation, early warning, and sediment properties. J Geophys. Res.,: Earth Surface, 123, 678-693. doi.org/10.1002/2017JF004594, 2018 (Download PDF file)

    3. Tzoufka, K., Magri, F., Rodiger, T., Inbar, N., Shalev, E., Moller, P., Raggad, M., Rosenthal, E. Siebert, C. The effect of hydraulic anisotropies on intensely exploited groundwater resources: the numerical evaluation of a hydrothermal transboundary aquifer system in the Middle East. Hydrogeology J. doi.org/10.1007/s10040-018-1827-x, 2018007/s10040-018-1828-9, 2018 (Download PDF file)

    4. Kafri, U., Yechieli, Y., Wollman, S., Shalev, E., A possible brine supply from the Afar continental endorheic hyper saline lakes to the Red Sea bottom brine pools, Hydrogeology J. doi.org/10.1007/s10040-018-1828-9, 2018 (Download PDF file)

    5. Levanon, E., Yechieli, Y., and Gvirtzman, H., Shalev, E., Tide-induced fluctuations of salinity and groundwater level in unconfined aquifers - field measurements and numerical model, J. Hydrol., 551, 665-675, 2017 (Download PDF file)

    6. Dody A, Rosenzweig R, Calvo R, and Shalev E., How thick should cover layer be for waste disposal facility?. ASME J. Nuclear Rad. Sci., doi:10.1115/1.4035405., 2017 (Download PDF file)

    7. Shalev, E., Kurzon, I., Doan, M.-L., and Lyakhovsky, V., Sustained water Level changes caused by damage and compaction induced by teleseismic earthquakes. J Geophys. Res., doi: 10.1002/2016JB013068, 2016 (Download PDF file)

    8. Levanon, E., Shalev, E., Yechieli, Y., and Gvirtzman, H., Fluctuations of fresh-saline water interface and of water table induced by sea tides in unconfined aquifers. Ad. Water Resour. 96, 34-42. doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2016.06.013, 2016 (Download PDF file)

    9. Shalev, E., Kurzon, I., Doan, M.-L., and Lyakhovsky, V., Water-level oscillations caused by volumetric and deviatoric dynamic strains. Geophys. J. Int. 204, 841-851. doi: 10.1093/gji/ggv483, 2016 (Download PDF file)

    10. Oz, I., Shalev, E., Yechieli, Y., and Gvirtzman, H., Saltwater circulation patterns within the freshwater- saltwater interface in coastal aquifers: Laboratory experiments and numerical modeling, J. Hydrol., 530, 734-741, 2015 (Download PDF file)

    11. Lyakhovsky, V., Zhu, W., and Shalev, E., Visco-poroelastic damage model for brittle-ductile failure of porous rocks, J Geophys. Res., 120, doi:10.1002/2014JB011805, 2015 (Download PDF file)

    12. Oz, I., Shalev, E., Yechieli, Y., Gavrieli, I., and Gvirtzman, H., Flow dynamics and salt transport in a coastal aquifer driven by a stratified saltwater body: Lab experiment and numerical modeling, J. Hydrol., 511, 665-674, 2014 (Download PDF file)

    13. Shalev, E., Lyakhovsky, V., Ougier-Simonin, A., Hamiel, Y., Zhu, W., Inelastic compaction, dilation and hysteresis of sandstones under hydrostatic conditions, Geophys. J. Int., 197, 920-925, 2014 (Download PDF file)

    14. Gabay, R., Shalev, E., Yechieli, Y., Sagy, A., and Weisbrod, N., The permeability of fault zones: A case study from the Dead Sea rift, Hydrogeology J.,22, 425-440, 2014 (Download PDF file)

    15. Shalev, E., Calo, M., and Lyakhovsky, V., Formation of damage zone and seismic velocity variations during hydraulic stimulation: numerical modelling and field observations. Geophys. J. Int., 2013 (Download PDF file)

    16. Amir, N., Kafri, U., Herut, B., and Shalev, E., Numerical Simulation of Submarine Groundwater Flow in the Coastal Aquifer at the Palmahim Area, the Mediterranean Coast of Israel. Water Resours. Man., 2013 (Download PDF file)

    17. Levanon, E., Yechieli, Y., Shalev, E., Friedman, V., and Gvirtzman, H. Reliable Monitoring of the Transition Zone between Fresh and Saline Waters in Coastal Aquifers., Groundwater Monitor. Remed., 33, 101-110, 2013 (Download PDF file)

    18. Shalev, E., and Lyakhovsky, V., The processes controlling damage zone propagation induced by wellbore fluid injection, Geophys. J. Int., 2013 (Download PDF file)

    19. Shalev, E., and Lyakhovsky, V., Modeling Reservoir Stimulation induced by wellbore fluid injection, Proceedings of the thirty-eighth workshop on geothermal reservoir engineering, Stanford University, 2013 (Download PDF file)

    20. Kafri, U., Shalev, E., Lyakhovsky, V., Wollman, S., and Yechieli, Y., Numerical Modeling of Seawater Intrusion into Endorheic Hydrological Systems, : Hydrogeology J., doi:10.1007/s10040-013-0972-5, 2013 (Download PDF file)

    21. Shalev, E., Lyakhovsky, V., Weinstein, Y., and Ben-Avraham, Z., The thermal structure of Israel and the Dead Sea Fault, Tectonophys., 2013 doi: 10.1016/j.tecto.2012.09.011, 2013 (Download PDF file)

    22. Roded, R., Shalev, E., Katoshevski, D., Basal heat-flow and hydrothermal regime at the Golan-Ajloun hydrological basins, J. Hydrol., 476, 200-211, 2013 (Download PDF file)

    23. Shalev, E., and Lyakhovsky, V., Viscoelastic damage modeling of sinkholes formation, J. Struct. Geol. 42, 163-170, 2012 (Download PDF file)

    24. Yechieli,Y., Kafri, U., and Shalev, E., 2012, The effect of climate and anthropogenic sea level changes on Israeli coastal aquifers, in Treidel, H., Martin-Bordes, J. L., and Gurdak, J. J. (eds.), Climate Change Effects on Groundwater Resources, A Global Synthesis of Findings and Recommendations, pp. 205-223, CRC Press/Balkema, Leiden, The Netherlands

    25. Oz, I., Shalev, E., Gvirtzman, H.,Yechieli, Y., and Gavrieli, I., Groundwater flow patterns adjacent to long-term stratified (meromictic) lake, Water Resour. Res., 47, doi:10.1029/2010WR010146, 2011 (Download PDF file)

    26. Weinberger, R., Sneh, A., and Shalev, E. The fault beneath their feet: How the Israelites found water inside Hazor. Biblical Archaeol. Review, 36, 65-67, 2010

    27. Sneh, A., Weinberger, R., and Shalev, E., The Why, How, and When of the Siloam Tunnel Reevaluated, BASOR, 57-65, 2010 (Download PDF file)

    28. Yechieli,Y., Shalev, E.,Wollman, S., Kiro, Y., and Kafri, U., Response of the Mediterranean and Dead Sea coastal aquifers to sea level variations, Water Resour. Res., 46, doi:10.1029/2009WR008708, 2010 (Download PDF file)

    29. Shalev, E., and Gvirtzman H, 2009, Brine migration from the Dead Sea basin, Melach Haaretz, 4, 106-120 (in Hebrew)

    30. Yechieli , Y.,Kafri, U.,Wollman, S.,Shalev, E., Lyakhovsky, V., The effect of base level changes and geological structures on the location of the groundwater divide, as exhibited in the hydrological system between the Dead Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, J. Hydrol., 378, 218-229, 2009 (Download PDF file)

    31. Shalev, E., A. Lazar, S. Wollman, S. Kington, Y. Yechieli, and H. Gvirtzman, Biased Monitoring of Freshwater-Saltwater Mixing Zone in Coastal Aquifers, Ground water, 47, 49-56, 2009 (Download PDF file)

    32. Kiro, Y., Y. Yechieli, V. Lyakhovsky, E. Shalev, and A. Starinsky, Time response of the water table and saltwater transition zone to a base level drop, Water Resources Research, 44, doi:10.1029/2007WR006752, 2008 (Download PDF file)

    33. Weinberger, R., A. Sneh, and E. Shalev, Hydrogeological insights in antiquity as indicated by Canaanite and Israelite water systems, J. Archaeol. Sci., doi: 10.1016/j.jas.2008.06.024, 2008. (Download PDF file)

    34. Shalev, E., and Y. Yechieli, The effect of Dead Sea level fluctuations on the discharge of thermal springs, Isr. J. Earth Sci., 56, 19-27, 2007 (Download PDF file)

    35. Gvirtzman, H., E. Shalev, O. Dehan, and Y. Hazor, Large-scale infiltration experiments into unsaturated stratified loess sediments: monitoring and modeling, J. Hydrol., 349, 214-229, 2007 (Download PDF file)

    36. Shalev, E., V. Lyakhovsky, and Y. Yechieli, Is Convective Heat Transport Significant at the Dead Sea Basin?, Geofluids, 7, 292-300, 2007. (Download PDF file)

    37. Shalev, E., V. Lyakhovsky, and Y. Yechieli, Salt dissolution and sinkhole formation along the Dead Sea shore, J Geophys. Res., 111, B03102, doi:10.1029/2005JB004038, 2006. (Download PDF file)

    38. Stanislavsky, E., and G. Garven, A theoretical model for reverse water-level fluctuations induced by transient permeability in thrust fault zones, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 210, 579-586, 2003 (Download PDF file)

    39. Stanislavsky, E., and G. Garven, The minimum depth of fault failure in compressional environments, Geophys. Res. Lett., 29(24), doi: 10.1029/2002GL016363, 2002 (Download PDF file)

    40. Hurwitz S, E. Stanislavsky, V. Lyakhovsky, and H. Gvirtzman, Transient groundwater-lake interactions in a continental rift; Sea of Galilee, Israel, Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., 112, 1694-1702, 2000 (Download PDF file)

    41. Gvirtzman H, and E. Stanislavsky, Large-scale flow of geofluids at the Dead Sea Rift, J. Geochem. Explor., 69, 207-211, 2000. (Download PDF file)

    42. Gvirtzman H, and E. Stanislavsky, Palaeohydrology of hydrocarbon maturation, migration and accumulation in the Dead Sea Rift, Basin Res., 12, 79-93, 2000. (Download PDF file)

    43. Stanislavsky, E, and H. Gvirtzman, Basin-scale migration of continental-rift brines: Paleohydrologic modeling of the Dead Sea basin, Geology, 27, 791-794,1999. (Download PDF file)