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concentration field will not affect the flow field significantly. This approximation is not suitable
a priori for saltwater intrusion modeling.
Web site: http://hydro.geo.ua.edu/mt3d/ 128 A.3 - SEAWAT–2000 Authors: Guo Bennett and Christian D. Langevin (SEAWAT)
Christian D. Langevin, W. Barclay Shoemaker and Weixing Guo (SEAWAT 2000)
Code status: Publicly available (USGS)
Description: SEAWAT is based on coupling MT3DMS with the TVD option for salt advectiondiffusion and MODFLOW with density updates for flow Modeling. The code is structured in a
way that the two last codes have been combined into a single programme. The code has been
used by partner 6 of the SWIMED project study of the Gaza aquifer (Palestine). A more detailed
description of the code is presented in the next section. SEAWAT has also been used, for
instance, for modeling seawater intrusion in the Biscayne Bay (Florida), as doucmented in the
web site referenced below.
Web sites: http://water.usgs.gov/ogw/seawat/seawatv2.html
http://water.usgs.gov/ogw/seawat/seawat2k.html A.4 • MOC & MOCDENS MOC (Method Of Characteristics) is a 2D code capable of Modeling advective transport
hydrodynamic dispersion mixing or dilut...
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