MODFLOW and More 2003: Understanding through Modeling


    Organizing Committee:

      Eileen Poeter, IGWMC, Colorado School of Mines
      Mary Hill, U.S. Geological Survey
      Chunmiao Zheng, University of Alabama
      John Doherty, Watermark Computing, Australia

    Technical Advisory Committee:

      Eileen Poeter, IGWMC, Colorado School of Mines
      Mary Hill, U.S. Geological Survey
      Chunmiao Zheng, University of Alabama
      John Doherty, Watermark Computing, Australia
      Arlen Harbaugh, US Geological Survey
      Mary Anderson, University of Wisconsin-Madison
      William Woessner, University of Montana
      Michael McDonald, McDonald-Morrissey Associates
      Frank Schwartz, Ohio State University
      David Lerner, University of Sheffield, England
      Rien van Genuchten, U.S. Salinity Laboratory, USDA-ARS
      John McCray, Colorado School of Mines
      Sorab Panday, HydroGeoLogic
      David Steward, Kansas State University
      Theo Olsthoorn, Amsterdam Water Supply, Netherlands
      Donald Sweetkind, US Geological Survey
      Suzanne Paschke, US Geological Survey
      Jonathan Caine, US Geological Survey
      Prabhakar Clement, Auburn University
      David Hyndman, Michigan State University
      Jaime Gomez-Hernandez, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain

    Luncheon Speakers:

      Groundwater Modeling System Presentation
      Groundwater Vistas Presentation
      Visual MODFLOW GUI Presentation

    Topics include:

    • MODFLOW-2000, latest developments and related issues
    • Connections to MODFLOW for simulating processes not included in MODFLOW
    • Surface-water/Ground-water interaction modeling
    • Contaminant transport modeling
    • Typical problems encountered in modeling and their solutions
    • Code testing/performance and case studies
    • Modeling & social issues (policy development, conflict resolution, teaching)
    • Estimating recharge
    • Uncertainty reduction and quantification
    • Fracture flow modeling
    • Model calibration and parameter estimation
    • Constraining ground-water models using hydrogeologic information
    • Unsaturated zone and multiphase modeling
    • Remediation / management modeling
    • Advances and applications of database management and graphical information systems (GIS)
    • Variable density flow modeling