Applied Groundwater Modeling, Second Edition: A Comprehensive Guide For Flow And Transport Simulation UPDATED
Groundwater modeling is the process of creating and using mathematical representations of groundwater systems to simulate their behavior and response to various conditions and scenarios. Groundwater models can help answer questions such as: How much water is available in an aquifer? How fast does water flow and transport contaminants in the subsurface? How will groundwater levels and quality change under different pumping or recharge rates? How will groundwater systems react to climate change or land use change?
Applied Groundwater Modeling, Second Edition: A Comprehensive Guide for Flow and Transport Simulation
In this article, we will review the main concepts and applications of groundwater modeling, based on the book Applied Groundwater Modeling, Second Edition: Simulation of Flow and Advective Transport by Mary P. Anderson, William W. Woessner, and Randall J. Hunt. This book is a comprehensive textbook that covers the fundamentals and advances of groundwater modeling, with examples and exercises that illustrate how to apply the concepts to real-world problems. The book is intended for undergraduate and graduate level courses in applied groundwater modeling, and as a reference for environmental consultants and scientists/engineers in industry and governmental agencies. 25c41cae91