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Training Course - Groundwater Flow & Transport with GMS

John Howlett

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GMS Training Available!

Groundwater Flow & Transport with GMS

Helsinki, Finland

Theory and application of geostatistics, site characterization, MODFLOW, MODPATH, MT3DMS, MODAEM, and model calibration.

June 1-4, 2009

Register for Training

The groundwater modeling training course is designed as a hands-on, application oriented training course. The course will provide attendees with the knowledge and tools necessary to solve groundwater modeling problems quickly and efficiently. We encourage attendees to bring their own data to work on during open time and receive assistance from GMS experts.

You will learn:

  • How to build and calibrate groundwater flow models with MODFLOW
  • The basics of transport modeling with MT3D
  • How to analyze particle tracking with MODPATH
  • How to characterize contaminant plumes in both 2D and 3D
  • How to use MODAEM to solve simple flow and particle tracking problems
  • How to use GIS objects to create conceptual models
  • How to calibrate groundwater models
  • How to generate professional output for your modeling projects
  • How to perform Parameter Estimation with PEST
  • How to build 3D stratigraphy from borehole and field data
  • Benefit from hands on instruction throughout the course!

The cost for the 4-day course is $1595.00 USD

Visit: http://www.aquaveo.com/training-courses

Call: Laura White (Training Coordinator) at 801 691-5528

Email: lwhite@aquaveo.com

Download a free demo of GMS 6.5

Course Attendees: Get a 25% Discount up to $500 on the purchase of a GMS license or upgrade

Learn more at: www.aquaveo.com/training-courses

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