Welcome to the homepage for MODFLOW and More 2017! The theme for this year's MODFLOW and More conference is "Modeling for Sustainability and Adaptation". With recent challenges imposed by an ever changing climate and urban population growth, how can we adapt our modeling tools accordingly? Are our models of sustainable water yield accurate enough to effectively solve the problems we're faced with as groundwater hydrologists? These questions (and more!) will be explored at this year's conference.

MODFLOW and More 2017 Proceedings and Special Issue of Groundwater


The Proceedings for MODFLOW and More this year will be accompanied by a special issue of Groundwater. All attendees who submitted an abstract are invited to prepare a manuscript for the special issue. Click here for more details!

The Proceedings themselves will consist of abbreviated short papers. Short papers of conference abstracts will be due Friday, May 5. Please follow this link for instructions and more details about the conference short papers.

MODFLOW and More 2017 Short Courses


Short course registration is now open for several workshops around MODFLOW and More! Please visit our Short Course Website for more information and to sign up!

AEM 2017


Registration is now open for the Eighth International Conference on the Analytic Element Method, to be held Saturday, May 20 - Sunday, May 21 immediately prior to MODFLOW and More. Please visit our AEM 2017 Registration site for additional details and to register!

The abstract submission deadline for MODFLOW and More 2017 has passed for Oral presentations. However, we are still accepting abstracts for Poster presentations at this time.

Please visit the Abstract Submission Page for more information, or to submit an abstract to participate in our poster sessions.

Topics for this year's conference include:

  • Natural and Managed Aquifer Recharge
  • Case Studies of Depleted Aquifers
  • Sustainable Groundwater Quality: Challenges and Tradeoffs
  • Past, Present, and Future of Mining and Groundwater
  • Past, Present, and Future of MODFLOW
  • GUIs and You
  • Parameterization, Sensitivity Analysis, and Uncertainty
  • Using Models to Identify Data Needs and Guide Data Acquisition
  • Simulation Code Verification, Benchmarking, and Intercomparisons
  • Simulating the Agriculture-Groundwater Connection
  • Unsaturated Zone and Multiphase Flow Modeling
  • Advancements in Data Discovery, Retrieval, and Visualization
  • Effective Presentation of Modeling Results
  • Contaminant Transport Modeling: Developments and Case-studies
  • The Analytic Element Method: Developments and Applications
  • Fracture Flow and Transport Modeling
  • Unconventional Applications of Groundwater Models