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  1. Hello all, I realize it is been a number of years since this thread was last active, but I am running into a similar issue in SEAWAT V4. I need ~35,000 stress periods and it appears the max number of stress periods in SEAWAT is 10,000. I'm receiving the error below. Does anyone know where I can increase the number of allowable stress periods in the SEAWAT source code so that it can be recompiled to accept a larger number of stress periods? I'm modeling tides, so many stress periods are needed to resolve the tidal signal over a year. **** STRESS PERIOD(S) IN SIMULATION THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STRESS PERIODS IS:10000 Thank you.
  2. Thanks for your comment, Michal. Yes, the model would have to have one row in the Y dimension. Essentially the top of the model domain in map view will have to be a rectangle one cell wide (Y) by the length (X) of the cross section. Drawing such a domain and then assigning layer elevations and ibounds is not intuitive because it needs to be done in map view and it doesn't allow the user to modify the model in cross section. Modeling the system in the X and Y dimension would not work because of density, as you noted.
  3. Greetings everyone, I am somewhat new to GMS and have made my way through a number of the tutorials, but I am struggling with setting up a SEAWAT model. I want to create a 2D cross section of a coastal aquifer with the elevation of the top of the model decreasing from left to right, reaching 0 meters at the shoreline (MSL). I have a measured elevation profile (in .txt format) of the study area (X and Z). My question is how to set up a 2D cross sectional domain in the X and Z direction (Y would be 1 meter into the page). Is there a way to define the model domain in cross-sectional view using the conceptual approach, and import the X and Z data to define the top of the model? I suspect the scatter point tools will be used (Interpolate to->MODFLOW Layers) , but it seems not possible to define the model boundaries and boundary conditions in cross sectional view. Thank you! 
  4. Donald, thank you for catching that! I will post it in the GMS forum.
  5. Greetings everyone, I am somewhat new to GMS and have made my way through a number of the tutorials, but I am struggling with setting up a SEAWAT model. I want to create a 2D cross section of a coastal aquifer with the elevation of the top of the model decreasing from left to right, reaching 0 meters at the shoreline (MSL). I have a measured elevation profile (in .txt format) of the study area (X and Z). My question is how to set up a 2D cross sectional domain in the X and Z direction (Y would be 1 meter into the page). Is there a way to define the model domain in cross-sectional view using the conceptual approach, and import the X and Z data to define the top of the model? I suspect the scatter point tools will be used (Interpolate to->MODFLOW Layers) , but it seems not possible to define the model boundaries and boundary conditions in cross sectional view. Thank you!
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