Elci, A., F.J. Molz, and W.R. Waldrop. 2001. Implications of observed and simulated ambient flow in monitoring wells, Ground Water, 39, 853-862.
Dinwiddie, C.L., F.J. Molz, and J.W. Castle. 2003. A new small drill hole mini-permeameter probe for in-situ measurement: Fluid mechanics and geometric factors, Water Resources Research, 39, 1178, doi:1029/2001WR001179.
Molz, F.J. 2003. Property measurements and model-based predictions in subsurface hydrology, Invited Commentary, Hydrologic Processes, 17, 2317-2318.
Molz, F.J. 2004. A rational role for stochastic hydrology in subsurface hydrology: A personal perspective, (Forum on the State of Stochastic hydrology), Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 18, 278-279.*
Molz, F.J., H. Rajaram, and S. Lu. 2004. Stochastic fractal based models of heterogeneity in subsurface hydrology: Origin, applications, limitations and future research questions, Reviews of Geophysics, 42, RG1002, doi:10.1029/2003RG000126.
Meerschaert, M.M., T.J. Kozubowski, F.J. Molz and S. Lu. 2004. Fractional Laplace model for hydraulic conductivity, Geophysical Research Letters, 31, L08501, doi: 10.1029/2003GL019320.
Molz, F.J., J. Guan, and J. Wang. 2005. Spatial weighting functions: Transient hydraulic tests and heterogeneous media, Ground Water, 43, 215-221.
Molz, F.J., C. Zheng, S.M. Gorelick, and C.F. Harvey. 2006. Discussion of “Investigating the macrodispersion experiment (MADE) site in Columbus, Mississippi using a three-dimensional inverse flow and transport model” by H.C. Barlebo, M.C. Hill and D. Rosbjerg, Water Resources Research, 42 W06603, doi:10.1029/2005WR004265.*
Demirkanli, D.I., F.J. Molz, D.I. Kaplan, R.A. Fjeld and S.M. Serkiz, 2007.Modeling long-term plutonium transport in the Savannah River Site vadose zone, Vadose Zone Journal, 6, 344-353, doi:10.2136/vzj2006.0042.
Guan, J., F.J. Molz, Q. Zhou, H.H. Liu and C. Zheng, 2008. Behavior of the mass transfer coefficient during the MADE-2 experiment: New insights, Water resources Research, 44, W02423, doi:10.1029/2007WR006120.
Demirkanli, D.I., F.J. Molz, D.I. Kaplan, R.A. Fjeld, 2008. A fully transient model for long-term plutonium transport in the Savannah River Site vadose zone: Root water uptake, Vadose Zone Journal, in press.
Dr. Molz has been active in the American Geophysical Union (AGU), the Geological Society of America (GSA), the American Institute of Hydrology (AIH) and several other professional organizations. In 1992 he received the Horton Research Award from the AGU, and in 2006 he received the C.V. Theis Award from the AIH. He has also been elected a Fellow of both the AGU and the GSA.