GMS:What's New in GMS 8.2
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The following is a start at a list of the more significant changes that will be introduced in GMS 8.2.
- GMS 8.2 will support MODFLOW-NWT including the UPW and NWT packages.
- MODFLOW DE4 Package
- MODPATH changes in saving files
- Automatically running MODPATH is now optional. GMS saves MODPATH files with the project, and reads in the pathline solutions when reading the project (instead of having to always recompute them).
- A new Pathlines to Arcs command converts MODPATH pathlines to feature arcs
- Although GMS has provided it's own zone budgeting tools for a long time, now it will include a user-friendly interface to run the USGS's own ZONEBUDGET program. A new tutorial is also provided on how to use this interface.
- Export 3D Grids as Shapefiles
- A quick and easy way to get your 3D grid - including the current dataset and cell activity - into ArcMap (or any other software that can read shapefiles).
- CCF → Velocity vectors
- GMS now computes velocity vectors from MODFLOW CCF data taking into account the porosity and saturated thickness.
- New tutorials
- MODFLOW-NWT tutorial
- ZONEBUDGET tutorial
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