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  1. I have a question related to the use of the Multi-Node well packages (either MNW or MNW2) within a transport simulation. With the well package (WEL), you can set up a coverage and specify the concentration of each species in the water you are injecting into the model. This approach is extremely useful and works really well as long as your conceptual model matches up with the simulation settings (i.e. RT3D, MT3DMS, etc.). With coverages for the MNW packages, it does not appear that you are given the option to specify these concentrations. I was experimenting with a work around where you set up a polygon coverage of starting concentrations within the cell with the multi-node well. This approach is a bit cumbersome but appears to work. My question is a bit open-ended but is there a way to specify the concentration in the injected water in the conceptual model for a multi-node well? If the answer is "no", is there a procedure for doing this properly in the grid approach? As always, thanks for your response! - Rich Carbonaro
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