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Progress made in groundwater flow and transport modeling

October 3, 1995

A special session, “Automated Parameter Identification and Sensitivity Analysis in Groundwater Flow and Transport,” was held at the Spring AGU meeting last May to explore recent scientific and technological developments in this expanding research area. The problems and approaches discussed are crucial to any field of Earth science in which models are used to represent physical processes and simulated values are compared with measured quantities. Although methods for automated parameter identification and sensitivity analysis were first developed at about the same time as numerical groundwater models, they are rarely used. Presentations at this special session clearly demonstrated the potential contributions of these methods for more insightful groundwater model development and calibration.

Citation Information

Publication Year 1995
Title Progress made in groundwater flow and transport modeling
DOI 10.1029/95EO00241
Authors Mary C. Hill, Chunmiao Zheng
Publication Type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Series Title Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union
Series Number
Index ID 70189415
Record Source USGS Publications Warehouse
USGS Organization Office of Ground Water