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Training Course - Groundwater Flow & Transport Modeling with GMS


John Howlett
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There is still time to register for the training course "Groundwater Flow & Transport Modeling with GMS", at the following locations:

* March 10-13, 2009 in Orlando, Florida. For more information, see http://www.aquaveo.com/gms_training_orlando.

* March 23-26, 2009 in Katowice, Poland. For more information, see http://www.aquaveo.com/gms_training_katowice

The groundwater modeling training course by EMS-I is designed as a hands-on, application oriented training course. The course will provide the attendees with the knowledge and tools necessary to solve groundwater modeling problems quickly and efficiently. The course will begin with a discussion on how to use the geostatistical tools in GMS to characterize existing contaminant plumes in both two- and three-dimensions. A series of tutorials and lessons on the GMS interface to MODFLOW/MODPATH/ MT3DMS/RT3D will then be given including an explanation of how to use the Map Module to create numerical models directly from a high-level conceptual model constructed with GIS tools. Analytic element modeling with MODAEM will also be covered.

Objectives of the four day training course on GMS are:

* Benefit from hands on instruction throughout the course.

* Learn to characterize contaminant plumes in both 2D and 3D.

* Perform flow modeling with MODFLOW.

* Learn to model transport/reactive transport with MT3DMS/ART3D.

* Analyze particle tracking with MODPATH.

* Use MODAEM to solve simple flow and particle tracking problems.

* Create conceptual models using GIS objects.

* Learn to calibrate groundwater models.

* Learn how to generate professional output of modeling projects.

* Parameter Estimation with PEST/UCODE/PES.

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