MODFLOW, Ground-water, Ground-water modeling
MODFLOW is the U.S. Geological Survey (U.S.G.S.) Modular Finite-Difference Ground-Water computer modeling system. This program incorporates basic concepts derived from previous computer groundwater modeling programs. MODFLOW improves upon these programs because it is easy to modify, simple to use and maintain, can be executed on a variety of computers with minimal changes, and is relatively efficient with respect to computer memory and execution time (McDonald and Harbaugh, 1988).
Pfundt, Jessica N., "An Introduction to Using MODFLOW The USGS Modular Finite-Difference Ground-Water Computer Modeling System" (1995). Geology Graduate and Undergraduate Student Scholarship. 2.
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