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  1. Hi, I'm relatively new to the GMS software and have performed a few of the basic tutorials Aquaveo provides. I have XYZ data that provides spatial reference to every observed pressure points/head values. These points are evenly spaced/gridded. I would like to create a MODFLOW simulation with these pressure data. To my understanding, the best way about creating this model would be to generate a raster that stores XYZ and P data (GeoTIFF). Theoretically, I'd like to create a 3D grid that stores these X, Y, Z, and P data. From there I'm going to need to create an IBOUND layer that specifies the head based on the P value. I've successfully performed these simulations in 2D space but am unable to comprehend where to start in the 3D space. See the attached screenshot for an example of a longitudinal cross-section of a 2D simulation. Can someone provide me some insight on how to begin setting up this model? Let me know if there are further things I need to clarify.
  2. hello, i am trying to compare head value datasets from two models. the x and y dimensions and cell sizes are the same, however the second model has 4 layers instead of one. i just want to compute the head difference of the two models. thanks
  3. Hi, Can you please explain me how to refine 3D grid with multiple layers at the locations of observation heads? I want the grid to be refined for all layers although observation heads are particular to individual layers. Lalith
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