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Groundwater modeling: semi-analytical approaches for heterogeneity and reaction networks

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Li, Lin; Eycholt, Gerald R.; Benson, Craig H.
Groundwater modeling: semi-analytical approaches for heterogeneity and reaction networks
(Groundwater research report)
Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Water Resources Institute, 2001
viii, 55 pages : illustrations

Reactive transport modeling for heterogeneous aquifers is challenging and computationally intensive. While numerical packages allow simulation of multiple species transport with aquifer heterogeneity, run times on high speed PCs and workstations make many jobs impractical. Stream tube approaches are computationally efficient numerical methods, and offer significate advantages in run time over more numerical methods.

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Contents

[Title page] Groundwater modeling: semi-analytical approaches for heterogeneity and reaction networks, p. i

Abstract, p. ii

Acknowledgements, p. iii

[Contents] Table of contents, pp. iv-viii

Introduction, pp. 1-2

Background, pp. 3-8

Methods, pp. 9-29

Results and discussion, pp. 30-50

Summary, pp. 51-52

References, pp. 53-55


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