MODFLOW and More 2006: Managing Ground Water Systems


    Organizing Committee:

      Eileen Poeter, IGWMC, Colorado School of Mines
      Mary Hill, U.S. Geological Survey
      Chunmiao Zheng, University of Alabama

    Technical Advisory Committee:

      Eileen Poeter, IGWMC, Colorado School of Mines
      Mary Hill, U.S. Geological Survey
      Chunmiao Zheng, University of Alabama
      John McCray, Colorado School of  Mines
      David
      Ahlfeld, University of Massachusetts
      Jaime Gomez-Hernandez, Polytechnic University of
      Valcencia, Spain
      David
      Steward , Kansas State University
      Prabhakar Clement, Auburn University
      William
      Woessner, University of Montana
      Roseanna
      Neupauer, University of Colorado
      Charles Andrews, S.S.
      Papadopulos & Associates
      David Benson , Colorado School of Mines
      Noel Merrick,University of Technology, Sydney
      Rien van
      Genuchten, USDA Salinity Laboratory
      Peggy
      Barroll, NM State Engineers Office
      Arlen
      Harbaugh, US Geological Survey
      Theo
      Olsthoorn, Amsterdam Water Supply, Netherlands
      Jens Christian
      Refsgaard, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland
      Paul Hulme, Environment Agency, UK

      Frank Schwartz, Ohio State University

    Luncheon Speakers:

      Gregory Hobbs (Colorado Supreme Court)
      An Appellate Judge's Perspective on Expert Testimony in Water Adjudications

      Karl Dreher (State Engineer of Idaho)
      Administration of Groundwater Rights on the Eastern Snake River Plain

      David Maidment (University of Texas)
      MODFLOW and GIS

    Topics include:

    • MODFLOW-2000: Latest Developments and Related Issues
    • Connections to MODFLOW for Simulating Processes Not Included in MODFLOW
    • Typical Problems Encountered in Modeling and Their Solutions
    • Model Calibration and Parameter Estimation
    • Uncertainty Reduction and Quantification
    • Estimating Recharge
    • Constraining Ground-Water Models Using Hydrogeologic Information
    • Stochastic Approaches and Applications
    • New Analytic Approaches and Applications
    • Surface-water/Ecological/Ground-Water Interaction Modeling
    • Fracture Flow Modeling
    • Contaminant Transport Modeling
    • Reactive Transport Modeling
    • Remediation Modeling
    • Unsaturated Zone and Multiphase Modeling
    • Variable Density Modeling
    • Ground-Water Management Optimization
    • Code Testing/Performance and Case Studies
    • New Developments in Graphical User Interfaces and Visualization
    • Software Advances and Applications of Database Management and Graphical Information Systems (GIS)
    • Case Histories Involving Unusual Applications of Ground-Water Models
    • Use of Models in Analysis of Experimental Data