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Q: What sort of aquifer can be used in a MODAEM simulation?
- A: One of the caveats of the analytical element approach is that a simplified representation of the aquifer must be used. The aquifer properties (K, porosity, bottom elevation, aquifer thickness) can be assigned to polygons, but they are assumed to be constant within each polygon. Currently MODAEM supports steady, confined and unconfined two-dimensional groundwater flow, although streamlines are computed in three dimensions.
GMS – Groundwater Modeling System
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