Construction of a decision support groundwater model requires that parameters be adjustable, stochastic and representative of geological conditions. This can be difficult to achieve in
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Locating sources of groundwater contamination is an inverse problem on steroids. It is, in fact, two inverse problems. Source locations must be back-calculated from field
Management of coastal aquifers is unforgiving. If too much fresh water is extracted, salt water takes its place. Depending on the location, measurements of historical
For this worked example, we rebuild an old USGS model. The focus of the original model was protection of water supply wells that serve a
Simultaneous fitting of drawdowns induced by pumping at multiple sites in an area of complex geology revealed important patterns of connected permeability Over a six
Any groundwater model is riddled with imperfections. Do these compromise its decision-support utility? Linear analysis can answer this question.
Our first worked example report describes design and development of a predictive model built to examine water supply security of a small town in South Eastern