MODFLOW and More 2015

 Organizing Committee:

    Reed Maxwell, IGWMC, Colorado School of Mines
    Mary Hill, U.S. Geological Survey
    Chunmiao Zheng, University of Alabama
    Matt Tonkin, S.S. Papadopulos & Assoc., Inc.

Scientific Advisory Committee :

    To Be Annouced

Luncheon Speakers:

    To Be Announced

Topics include:

  • Integrated modeling to understand and manage water supply, water quality, and ecology
  • Optimization and uncertainty in support of resource management and remediation design
  • Sensitivity and Calibration Analysis: Their Use and Presentation
  • Advances in integrated hydrologic modeling
  • Integrating surface water and groundwater MODELERS: sharing insights and ideas for assimilating data and models
  • Using models to identify data needs and guide data acquisition
  • Modeling groundwater dependent ecosystems
  • Implications of human activities on water quantity and quality
  • Working together: scientists, stakeholders and decision makers
  • Using models to inform policy making
  • Simulation Code Verification, Benchmarking and Intercomparisons
  • Modeling of mines: applications and issues
  • The Analytic Element Method: Developments and Applications
  • Promoting transparency and reproducibility: examples and perspectives
  • Fracture Flow Modeling
  • Unsaturated Zone and Multiphase Modeling
  • Coupled flow and Transport Modeling
  • Geochemical and Biogeochemical Reactive Transport Modeling
  • Variable-density flow modeling
  • New developments in graphical user interfaces, visualization and GIS software
  • Programming Resources for model developers
  • Arid Land Groundwater Resource Issues