__Publications__

*1. Electrochemical Competition Between the ECE and the DISP
Mechanisms*, (S. L. Cole and J. W. Wilder), Quarterly of Applied Math **4**,
pp. 459-486 (1989).

*2. Similarity and Numerical Solutions for Chemical Vapor
Deposition Problems*, (J.W.
Wilder), PhysicoChemical Hydrodynamics, **11**,
No. 4, pp. 571-584 (1989).

*3. Gas Phase Decomposition by the Lindemann Mechanism*,
(S. L. Cole and J. W. Wilder), **51** No. 6, pp. 1489-1497 (1991).

*4. Solutions for the E Mechanism in Double Potential Step
Experiments,* (J.W. Wilder, S.L. Cole, D.A. Aikens, and H.B. Hollinger),
Journal of Electro-analytical Chemisrty **312** , pp. 1-15 (1991).

*5. Traveling Wave Solutions for Interfaces Arising From Phase
Boundaries*, (J.W.
Wilder), Quarterly of Applied Mathematics, **49**,
pp. 333-350 (1991).

*6.
Onset of Convection for Autocatalytic Reaction Fronts: Laterally Unbounded
System*,
(B.F. Edwards, J. W. Wilder, and K. Showalter), Phys. Rev. A, Vol. 43, No. 2,
pp. 749-760, 1991.

*7.
Onset of Convection for Autocatalytic Reaction Fronts: Laterally Bounded System*, (D.A. Vasquez,
B.F. Edwards and J.W. Wilder), Phys. Rev. A, Vol. 43, No. 12, pp.
6694-6699, 1991.

*8. Finite Thermal Diffusivity at Onset of Convection in
Autocatalytic systems: Continuous fluid Density,*(J.W.
Wilder, B.F. Edwards, and D.A. Vasquez), Phys. Rev. A, Vol. 45, No. 4, pp.
2320-2327 (1992.)

*9.
Convective Instability of Autocatalytic Reaction Front in Vertical Cylinders*, (D.A. Vasquez,
J.W. Wilder, and B.F. Edwards), Phys. Fluids, Vol. 4, No. 11, pp.
2410-2414, 1992.

*10.
Modification of the Eikonal Relation for Chemical Waves to Include Fluid Flow*, (J.W. WIlder,
D.A. Vasquez and B.F. Edwards) Phys. Rev. E **47** (5), 3761-3764, 1993.

*11.
Hydrodynamic Instability of Chemical waves *(DA Vasquez, J.W. Wilder and B.F.
Edwards), J. Chem. Phys., **98** (1993) 2138-2143.

*12.
Convective Turing Patterns* (D.A. Vasquez, J.W. Wilder and B.F. Edwards) Phys.
Rev. Letts. **71,** pp. 1538-1541. (1993)

*13. Will the Gypsy Moth Become a Pest
in Florida? *(J.
Allen, J. Foltz, W. Dixon, A. Liebhold, J. Colbert, J. Regniere, D. Gray, J.
Wilder and I. Christie), Florida Entomologist

*14. A Three Variable Model for Gypsy Moth Population Dynamics*
(J.W. Wilder, N.Voorhis, J.J. Colbert and A. Sharov), Ecological Modelling, **72**
, pp. 229-250 (1994).

*15.
Convection in chemical waves* (D.A. Vasquez, J.M. Littley, J.W.
Wilder and B.F. Edwards), Phys. Rev. E, **50**, 280 (1994).

*16.
Nonaxisymmetric and axisymmetric convection in propagating reaction-diffusion
fronts*
(J. Masere, D.A. Vasquez, B.F. Edwards, J.W. Wilder and K. Showalter), J.
Phys. Chem. **98**, 6505 (1994).

*17.
Derivation of a Nonlinear Front Evolution Equation for Chemical Waves Involving
Convection*
(J.W. Wilder, B.F. Edwards, D.A. Vasquez and G.I. Sivashinsky), Physica D, **73**,
217 (1994).

*18. Modelling of One Dimensional Spatial Effects on the Spread of
Gypsy Moths*, (**78**, pp. 219-234 (1995).

*19. Modelling of two dimensional spatial
effects on the spread of forest pests and their management*, J.W. Wilder,
I. Christie and J.J. Colbert, Ecological Modelling 82 (1995) 287-298.

*20. Wave Trains in a model of gypsy moth
population dynamics*,
J.W. WIlder, D.A. Vasquez and I. Christie, CHAOS 5(4), (1995) 700-706.

*21.
Convective chemical-wave propagation in the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction * (Y. Wu,
D.A. Vasquez, B.F. Edwards and J.W. Wilder) Phys. Rev. E, **51**, No. 2 (1995)
1119-1127.

*22.
Transitions between convective patterns in chemical fronts*, (Y. Wu, D.A.
Vasquez, B.F. Edwards and J.W. Wilder) Phys. Rev. E, **52**, No. 6 (1995)
6175-6182.

*23.
Finite thermal diffusivity at onset of convection in autocatalytic systems: discontinuous
fluid density,*
(D.A. Vasquez, B.F. Edwards, and J.W. Wilder), Phys. Fluids** 7, **No**. **10,**
**(1995) 2513-2515.

*24.
Chemical wave propagation in a Hele-Shaw cell or a porous medium*, D.A. Vasquez,
J.W. WIlder and B.F. Edwards, J. Chem. Phys., Vol. 104 (1996) 9926.

*25.
Numerical solutions of one and two dimensional hyperbolic systems modelling a
fluidized bed*,
I. Christie, G.H. Ganser and J.W. Wilder, in Numerical Analysis, A.R. Mitchell
75^{th} Birthday Volume, edited by D.F. Griffiths and G.A. Watson. Published
by World Scietific (1996), pp. 71-83.

*26.
Simulation of nonlinear front evolution equations for two-dimensional chemical
waves involving convection*, (J. W. Wilder, D. A. Vasquez, and B.F. Edwards),
Physica D **90** (1996) 170-178.

*27.
Nonlinear Front Evolution of Hydrodynamic Chemical Waves in Vertical Cylinders*, (J.W. Wilder,
D.A. Vasquez, B. F. Edwards), Phys. Rev. E., Vol 56, No. 3 (1997) 3016.

*28. Numerical Solution of a
Two-Dimensional Fluidized Bed Model*, I.Christie, G. H. Ganser, J.W. Wilder,
Int. J. for Num. Meth. in Fluids, **28** (1998) 381-394.

*29.
A predictive model for gypsy moth population dynamics
with model validation*,
(J.W. Wilder), Ecological Modelling **116** (1999) 165-181.

*30. Validation
of a two-dimensional hyperbolic system modelling a fluidized bed*, (J.W. Wilder,
I. Christie, and G.H. Ganser), Flow, Turbulence and Combustion **65**,
31-50.

*31. Effect of
initial condition sensitivity and chaotic transients on the ability to predict
future outbreaks of gypsy moths*, (J.W. Wilder), Ecological
Modelling **136** (2001) 49-66.

*32. Assessing the Thermodynamic Feasibility of the Conversion of
Methane Hydrate into Carbon Dioxide Hydrate within Porous Media (*J. W. Wilder, K.
Seshadri, and Duane H. Smith), Proc. First National Conf. Carbon Sequestration,

*33. Thermodynamics of Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide in Natural
Gas Hydrates in Porous Media: Complete Conversion of Methane/Propane
Hydrates into Carbon Dioxide Hydrate,* *Proc. ECCS/IEA Meeting*, (Duane H. Smith, J. W. Wilder, and
K. Seshadri) San Francisco, CA, Sept. 30‑Oct. 5, 2001.

*34
Modelling hydrate formation in media with broad
pore-size distributions*,” J. W. Wilder, D.H. Smith,and
K. Seshadri, *Langmuir*, **17 **(2001) 6729-6735.

*35
Settling Speeds of falling raindrops*,” B. F. Edwards and
J. W. Wilder, * J. Atmos. Sci.*, submitted.

*36
Dynamics of falling raindrops*, B. F. Edwards, J. W. Wilder, and
E. Scime, *Euro. J. Phys.*, 22 (2001)113-118.

*37
Measurements of equilibrium pressures and temperatures for propane hydrate in
silica gels with different pore-size distributions*,” K. Seshadri,
J. W. Wilder, and D.H. Smith, *J. Phys. Chem.*, **105**(2001)
2627.

*38 Resolving Apparent Contradictions in Equilibrium Measurements
for Clathrate Hydrates in Porous Media* (Joseph W. Wilder, Kal Seshadri, and Duane H. Smith,), *J.
Phys. Chem*., **105** (2001) 9970-9972.

*39 Dependencies
of Clathrate Hydrate Dissociation Fugacities on the Inverse Temperature and
Inverse Pore Radius*,
Wilder, J.W., and D.H. Smith, Industrial Eng. Chem. Res. **41**, 2819
(2002).

*40 Interpretation of Ethane
Hydrate Equilibrium Data for Porous Media Involving Hydrate-Ice Equilibria*, Zhang, Wu, J.W. Wilder, and
D.H. Smith, *AIChE. J*. **48**, 2324 (2002).

*41 Applying
the Poisson Integral Equation to Signal Processing*, J.W. Wilder, Math. Scientist **27**, 1 (2002).

*42 Equilibrium Pressures and
Temperatures for Equilibria Involving Hydrate, Ice, and Free Gas in Porous
Media*, Zhang,
Wu, J.W. Wilder, and D.H. Smith, *Proc. Fourth International Conf. Gas
Hydrates*, Yokohama, Japan, May 19-23, (2002).

*43 Comments on 'Anomolous Preservation of Pure Methane Hydrate at
1 atm.' *(Joseph W. Wilder and Duane H. Smith,), *J. Phys. Chem*. *B*,
106, 226 (2002).

*44
Methane hydrate equilibria in silica gels with broad pore-size distributions*, D.H. Smith, J.
W. Wilder, and K. Seshadri, *AIChEJ*, 48, 393 (2002).

*45 Upper Limits on the Rates of Dissociation of Clathrate Hydrates* (Joseph W. Wilder
and Duane H. Smith), J. Phys. Chem B 106, 6298
(2002).

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*46 Thermodynamics of Carbon Dioxide Hydrate Formation in Media
with Broad Pore‑Size Distributions,* Kal Seshadri, Joseph W. Wilder, and
Duane H. Smith, Envir, Sci, Technol. 36, 5192 (2002).

47. *Sequestration Of CO2 With Enhanced Oil Recovery: Miscible-Vertical
Network Model Simulations*, Kristen Stevenson, Grant
Bromhal, Martin Ferer, Joseph Wilder, and Duane H. Smith, Proc. Twentieth
Annual International Pittsburgh Coal Conference, September 15-19, 2003

The Westin - Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

*48 Methane Hydrate-Ice Equilibria
in Porous Media*,
Zhang, Wu, J.W. Wilder, and D.H. Smith, *J**.
Phys. Chem B***.*** ***107*** *(2003) 13084.

51 *Miscible-Vertical Network Model 2-D
Simulations of Two-Phase Flow Displacements in Porous Media without Dispersion*,
Kristen Stevenson, Grant Bromhal, Martin Ferer, Joseph Wilder, and Duane H.
Smith, *Physica** A* **43**, 317-34 (2004).

52. *An International Effort To Compare Methane
Hydrate Reservoir Simulators*, (written by effort Coordinator Joseph W. Wilder), Fire in the
Ice: Summer 2005 Methane Hydrates Newsletter. Published by the US Dept. of
Energy (available online at: *http://www.netl.doe.gov/technologies/oil-gas/publications/Hydrates/Newsletter/HMNewsSummer05.pdf*)

53. Fossil Energy R&D: Options to Secure

54*. 2-D Network Model Simulations of Miscible
Two-Phase Flow Displacements in Porous Media: Effects of Heterogeneity and
Viscosity*; Kristen Stevenson, Martin Ferer, Grant S. Bromhal, Jared Gump,
Joseph Wilder, Duane H. Smith, *Physica** A* **367**, 7-24 (2006).

55.
*International Methane Hydrates Code
comparison Project* (written by effort Co-coordinators Joseph W. Wilder and

56. *Analysis
of Pressure Test Data from the Mount Elbert Gas Hydrates Well *(written by
effort Co-coordinators Joseph W. Wilder and

57. *An International Effort to
Compare Gas Hydrate Reservoir Simulators*, Joseph W. Wilder, George J.
Moridis, Scott J. Wilson, Masanori Kurihara, Mark D. White, Yoshihiro Masuda,
Brian J. Anderson, Timothy S. Collett, Robert B. Hunter, Hideo Narita, Mehran
Pooladi-Darvish, Kelly Rose, **
**Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on
Gas Hydrates (ICGH 2008),Vancouver, British Columbia,
CANADA, July 6-10, 2008.

58. *Analysis of Modular Dynamic Formation
Test Results From the Mount Elbert-01 Stratigraphic
Test Well, Milne Point Unit, North Slope Alaska*, Brian J. Anderson, Joseph
W. Wilder, Masanori Kurihara, Mark D. White, George J. Moridis, Scott J.
Wilson, Mehran Pooladi-Darvish, Yoshihiro Masuda, Timothy S. Collett, Robert B.
Hunter, Hideo Narita, Kelly Rose, **
**Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on
Gas Hydrates (ICGH 2008),Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA, July 6-10, 2008.

59. *Modeling
and Simulation of Coating Growth on Nanofibers*, J.
Wilder, C.B. Clemons, K.L. Kreider, G.W. Young, E. Evans and G. Zhang, *J.
Applied Physics*, Vol. 105 (2009), pp. 0543171-0543178.