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We give several examples of weaknesses in classical, empirically derived models of transport phenomena in porous medium systems. We also place recent attempts to develop improved multiscale porous medium models using averaging theory in context and note deficiencies in these approaches. These deficiencies are found to arise in part from the manner in which thermodynamics is introduced into a constrained entropy inequality, which is used to guide the formation of closed models. Because of this,doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2004.09.005 fatcat:7s65mpoocne4fhedhkj3wsbgji