Kinematic models of proximal row carpectomy (PRC) developed in SIMM v. 6.0.2. These models are based on several assumptions and limited experimental data.
Kinematic models of scaphoid-excision four-corner fusion (SE4CF) developed in SIMM v. 6.0.2. These models are based on several assumptions and limited experimental data.
MODFLOW-NWT model used to assess groundwater availability in the Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system from Long Island, New York to North CarolinaJohn P. Masterson, Jason P. Pope, Michael N. Fienen, Jack Monti Jr., Mark R. Nardi, Jason S. Finkelstein
A three-dimensional, groundwater flow model was developed with the numerical code MODFLOW-NWT to represent changes in groundwater pumping and aquifer recharge in the Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system from Long Island, New York to North Carolina. The model was constructed using existing hydrogeologic and geospatial information to represent the aquifer system geometry, boundaries, and hydraulic properties of the 19 separate regional aquifers and confining units within the aquifer system. The model was calibrated using...
MODFLOW datasets for simulations of groundwater flow with downscaled global climate model data for the Suwannee River Basin, FloridaEric D. Swain
MODFLOW model of the Suwannee River Basin developed to simulate groundwater flow with downscaled global climate model data. Datasets include input and output files, model code, and macros to process input and output.
A new groundwater flow model was created for Dane County, Wisconsin, to replace an earlier model developed in the 1990s by the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey (WGNHS) and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). This modeling study was conducted cooperatively by the WGNHS, the Capital Area Regional Planning Commission, and the USGS. Although the overall conceptual model of the groundwater system remains largely unchanged, the incorporation of newly acquired, high-quality datasets, recent research findings,...
LUR NO2 model surfaces for the Greater Glasgow conurbation supporting the publication in EST
MODFLOW2005 model used to simulate the effects of groundwater withdrawals from aquifers in Ocean County and vicinity, New JerseyCauller, Stephen J.; Voronin, Lois M.; Chepiga, Mary M.
A three-dimensional groundwater flow model was developed to simulate the effects of withdrawals on the groundwater-flow systems of five aquifers in and around Ocean County, New Jersey the unconfined Kirkwood-Cohansey aquifer system and Vincentown aquifer, and three confined aquifers--the Rio Grande water-bearing zone, the Atlantic City 800-foot sand, and the Piney Point aquifer. A transient model was used to simulate conditions that represent no groundwater withdrawals, 2000 2003 groundwater withdrawals, and maximum-allocation groundwater withdrawals. Particle-tracking...
The U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, completed hydrologic and hydraulic analyses to assess the potential hazard to human life and property associated with the hypothetical failure of the Lago El Guineo Dam. The Lago El Guineo Dam is within the headwaters of the Río Grande de Manatí and impounds a drainage area of about 4.25 square kilometers. The hydrologic assessment was designed to determine the outflow hydrographs and...
MODFLOW-2005 and MODPATH6 models used to delineate areas contributing groundwater to selected surface receiving waters for long-term average hydrologic stress conditions from 1968 to 1983, Long Island, New YorkPaul E. Misut
A regional groundwater-flow model and particle-tracking program were used to delineate areas contributing groundwater to coastal and freshwater bodies and to estimate travel times from the water table to saline water bodies under average conditions from 1968 to 1983 on Long Island, New York. The coastal waters of Long Island are important economic and recreational resources for the region. The coastal water bodies receive freshwater from inflow of both surface water and groundwater, in addition...
MODFLOW-NWT model used to evaluate groundwater/surface-water interactions in the Bad River Watershed, WisconsinMichael N. Fienen Andrew T. Leaf
A groundwater-flow model was developed for the Bad River Watershed and surrounding area by using the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) finite-difference code MODFLOW NWT. The model simulates steady-state groundwater-flow and base flow in streams by using the streamflow routing (SFR) package. The model was calibrated to groundwater levels and base flows obtained from the USGS National Water Information System (NWIS) database, and groundwater levels obtained from the WDNR and Bad River Band well-construction databases. Calibration...
MODFLOW-USG model of groundwater flow in the Wood River Valley aquifer system in Blaine County, Idaho: U.S. Geological Survey Data ReleaseFisher, Jason C.; Bartolino, James R.; Wylie, Allan H.; Sukow, Jennifer; McVay, Michael
A three-dimensional numerical groundwater flow model (MODFLOW-USG) was developed for the Wood River Valley (WRV) aquifer system, south-central Idaho, to evaluate groundwater and surface-water availability at the regional scale. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation Idaho Department of Water Resources, used the transient groundwater flow model to simulate historical hydraulic head conditions from 1995 to 2010. This USGS data release contains all of the input and output files for the simulation described in the...
MODFLOW 2000 and MT3DMS models of potentiometric head and trichloroethene concentration at the Naval Industrial Reserve Ordnance Plant, Fridley, MinnesotaDavis, J. Hal; King, Jeffrey N.
This model is a preliminary characterization of trichloroethene transport in the surficial and Cambrian-Ordovician aquifer systems at the Naval Industrial Reserve Ordnance Plant in Fridley, Minnesota. The characterization first considered 2001 conditions using a MODFLOW and MT3DMS, followed by an application of this 2001 model to 2011 conditions. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with the U.S. Department of the Navy, used the steady-state, uniform-density groundwater flow model MODFLOW to calculate potentiometric heads in...
MODFLOW-NWT model used to evaluate the potential effect of groundwater pumpage and increased sea level on canal leakage and regional groundwater flow in Miami-Dade County, Florida: U.S. Geological Survey Data ReleaseJoseph D. Hughes & Jeremy T. White
A three-dimensional, surface-water/groundwater model (MODFLOW-NWT with the Surface-Water Routing Process) was developed to the predict the effects of groundwater pumpage on canal leakage and regional groundwater flow in urban portions of Miami-Dade County, Florida. The model was calibrated by using observation data collected from 1997 through 2004. The model calibration was verified using observation data collected from 2005 through 2010. The model is designed to simulate surface-water stage and discharge in the managed canal system...
MODFLOW and MODFLOW Conduit Flow Process simulation experiments of the Woodville Karst Plain, near Tallahassee, Florida with three different approaches and different stress periodsEve Kuniansky
This Data Release has 18 different groundwater flow simulation applications for the Woodville Karst Plain area near Tallahassee Florida with three variations of distributed parameter model approach. The site model files provided include both calibrated and uncalibrated simulations of various steady-state and transient hydrologic conditions. Simulations were accomplished with equivalent porous media models that allow laminar flow only (MODFLOW) or laminar and non-laminar flow in a model layer (MODFLOW-CFP mode 2) and hybrid model simulations...
Wave and Wind projections for United States Coasts; Mainland, Pacific Islands, and United States-Affiliated Pacific IslandsL.H. Erikson
Coastal managers and ocean engineers rely heavily on projected average and extreme wave conditions for planning and design purposes, but when working on a local or regional scale, are faced with much uncertainty as changes in the global climate impart spatially-varying trends. Future storm conditions are likely to evolve in a fashion that is unlike past conditions and is ultimately dependent on the complicated interaction between the Earth s atmosphere and ocean systems. Despite a...
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University of Strathclyde4
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