Groundwater Modeling Using Geographical Information Systems
by George F. Pinder
John Wiley & Sons Inc.

GIS technology allows large amounts of geohydrological data to be organized, quantified, and interpreted with computer accuracy and minimum human error. This up-to-date text covers fundamental information on flow and mass transport modeling including MODFLOW, MT3D, and the Princeton Transport Code. The final chapter includes a finite-element vs. finite-difference simulation. A free modeling software CD accompanies the book.

2002 / 231 pages
Catalog #T969
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