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Simulation procedure for modeling transient water table and artesian stress and response

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Simulation procedure for modeling transient water table and artesian stress and response; 1976; OFR; 76-792; Reed, J. E.; Bedinger, M. S.; Terry, J. E.

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The series of computer programs described in this report were designed specifically to model the ground-water regime in sufficient detail to determine the effects of the imposition of various types of stress upon the system, and to display the results in a convenient manner during calibration and when presenting projected data. SUPERMOCK simulates the ground-water system and DATE and HYDROG aid in the display of computed data. During calibration, DATE is especially useful because it has the optional feature of comparing computed data with observed data. Although the programs can be run independently, experience dictates that for best results the three should be run as steps in the same job. English units of inches, feet, and days are [...]

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