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  1. Hi, I have created MODFLOW model for a region near the coastline and It ran successfully in both steady and transient state. Currently there is no sink or source terms to make the model simple. Once the model achieve a stable solution, they will be added later. Then, I tried to run it in with SEAWAT and model shows the error that Memory is not enough. I tried both Parallel, 64Bit options as well as both of them in combination but did not get any luck. The way that I ran the SEAWAT model is as follows. I assume that I did it correct but please let me know if you have any altern
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