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Unformatted text preview: isn’t exhaustive. To give just one example, the FRAC3DVS code (Ed Sudicky, University Waterloo, Canada) has not been documented here, although it includes several features of interest in the framework of this review. Also, it should be noted that some of the codes are commercial, while others are noncommercial and/or research codes (publicly available). We present here a representative selection of computer codes geared towards GW flow Modeling, with at least some coupling aspects taken into consideration: first and foremost saltwater density coupling, and secondly, the coupling to surface flow and other hydrogeologic processes. A.1 - MODFLOW (MODular 3-D finite difference FLOW) Authors: McDonald and Harbaugh 1988 Harbaugh and McDonald 1996 other contributors to different packages (USGS staff and many contributors) Code status: Publicly available (USGS) Some packages are not publicly available, e.g. AMG (Algebraic Multi Grid). Description: Originally a 3D finite-difference GW flow code, MODFLOW has evolved over the years to become a family of...
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