Dahan, O., Nativ, R., Adar, E. M. and Berkowitz, B. 2001. Water flow and solute transport in unsaturated fractured chalk. In: Flow and Transport Through Unsaturated Fractured Rock, (eds. by D. D. Evans, T. J. Nicholson, and T. C. Rasmussen), Geophys. Mon. Ser. Vol. 42 2nd Edition.
Berkowitz, B., Nativ, R., and Adar, E. 2001. Evaluation of conceptual and quantitative models of fluid flow and chemical transport in fractured media. In: Conceptual Models of Flow and Transport in the Fractured Vadose Zone, National Research Council, National Academy Press, pp. 115-147.
Polak, A., Nativ, R., and Wallach, R. 2002. Matrix diffusion in northern Negev fractured chalk and its correlation to porosity. J. Hydrol. 268:203-213.
Nativ, R., Adar, E. Asaf, L. and Nygaard, E. 2003. Characterization of the hydraulic properties of fractures in chalk. Ground Water 41:532-543.
Polak, A., Nativ, R., and Wallach, R. 2003. Measurements and modeling of diffusion and back-diffusion using computerized tomography. Water Resources Research 39(4), 1106, doi: 10.1029/2001wrr000813, 2003.
Adar, E. and Nativ, R. 2003. Isotopes as tracers in a contaminated fractured chalk aquitard. J. Cont. Hydrol. 60.
Polak, A., Grader, A., Wallach, R, and Nativ, R. 2003. Tracer diffusion from a horizontal fracture into the surrounding matrix: measurement by computed tomography. J. Cont. Hydrol. 67:95-112.
Asaf, L., Nativ, R., Shain, D., Hassan, M. and Geyer, S. 2004. Controls on the chemical and isotopic compositions of urban stormwater in a semiarid zone. J. Hydrol. 294:270-293. [View Paper]
Nativ, R. 2004. Can the desert bloom? Lessons learnt from the Israeli case. Ground Water42:651-657.
Arnon, S., Adar, E., Ronen, Z.,Yakirevich, A. and Nativ, R. 2005. Impact of microbial activity on the hydraulic properties of fractured chalk. J. Cont. Hydrol. 76:315-336.
Arnon, S., Adar, E., Ronen, Z., Nejidat, A., Yakirevich, A., and Nativ, R. 2005. Biodegradation of 2,4,6-Tribromophenol during transport in fractured chalk. Env. Sci. & Tech. 39:748-755.
Asaf, L., Nativ, R., Hassan, M. A., Shain, D., Geyer, S., and Ziv, B. 2005. Influence of small- and large- scale variables on the chemical and isotopic compositions of urban rainwater, Ashdod, Israel. J. Geophysical Research 110:D11307.
Kurtzman, D., Nativ, R. and Adar, E.M. 2005. The conceptulization of a channel network through macroscopic analysis of pumping and tracer tests in fractured chalk. J. Hydrol.309:241-257.
Kurtzman, D., Nativ, R., and Adar, E. 2005. Correlating fracture trends and hydraulic head using semivariogram cloud analysis. Ground Water 43:250-258.
Arnon, S., Adar, E., Ronen, Z., Yakirevich, A., and Nativ, R. 2005. Two-dimensional distribution of microbial activity and flow patterns within naturally fractured chalk. J. Cont. Hydrol.79:165-186.
Weiss, M., Rubin, Y., Adar, E. and Nativ, R. 2006. Fracture and bedding plane control on groundwater flow in a chalk aquitard. Hydrogeology Journal 14:1081-1093.
Bernstein, A., Adar, E.M., Yakirevich, A. and Nativ, R. 2007. Dilution tests in a low-permeability fractured aquifer: Matrix diffusion effect. Ground Water45:235-241.
Rimon,Y., Dahan, O., Nativ, R. and Geyer, S. 2007. Water percolation through the deep vadose zone and groundwater recharge: preliminary results based on a new vadose-zone monitoring system. Water Resources Research 43:WO5402, doi:10.1029/2006WR004855).
Kurtzman, D., Nativ, R. and Adar, E. 2007. Flow and transport predictions during multi-borehole tests in fractured chalk using discrete fracture network models. Hydrogeology Journal DOI-10.1007/s10040-007-2005-x (published on line).
Kurzman, D., Nativ, R. and Adar, E.M. 2007. Flow and transport predictions during multi-borehole tests in fractured chalk using discrete fracture network models. Hydrogeology Journal (accepted. Manuscript No. HJ-2007-0515.R1).