Assignment 2. 2D steady-state models and introduction to MODFLOW and
Presentation of modeling report Jan 12 (Monday). Assignment due. Jan. 14. 60 points.
Become familiar with the BASIC and BLOCK-CENTERED FLOW packages in
Fall 2011 GLY 6826-Hydrogeologic Modeling
Dr. Liz Screaton, Williamson 221, email@example.com, 392-4612
Class: M 7-8; W 7; Office Hours: M 10-11 am; T 10-11 am, or by appt.
Web Page: http:/www.clas.ufl.edu/users/screaton/fall11/6826.html
Grades will be pos
Lecture Date: March 27th, 2006
Skoog, Holler and Crouch:
For those using electroanalytical chemistry in their work,
A. J. Bard and L. R. Faulkner, Electrochemical Methods, 2nd
Malaysian Aviation Training Academy
SERIES AND PARALLEL CIRCUIT
Difference between series and parallel circuits
Has only one path for current flow.
The current is the same throughout
The component with the largest
Topic : Light :
Chapter highlight: 5.4 lenses
Image form by convex lenses
u > 2f
f < v , 2f
u = 2f
v = 2f
f < u < 2f
v > 2f
Experiment 1: Use of Micropipettor and Spectrophotometer
4th Year Biology-5
John Gabriel Rosario, Neil Michael Sese,
Mark Anthony Sanchez, Bea Rosalini Santiago, Elaine Roxas
Josefino R. Castillo, M.Sc.
SCL3 Social Teaching of the Catholic Church
UST ELEAP class
notes only. SCL3/THY4
Reviewing PHL 5
Created in Gods
image and likeness
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Distillation of The Bar Vodka
Angelica May O. Yabut, Michelle-Janelle M. Viduya, and Kathleen M. Villarojo*
2 Biology 7, College of Science, University of Sto. Tomas, Manila, Philippines
Extraction of organic compounds such as caffeine from tea l
3.3 Collection of Specimens (not sure of the tense)
Amphibians and reptiles found in Ayala Greenfield Estate will be collected
through opportunities in most areas and also in particular areas where they naturally
thrive. Species can be seen in different d
Experiment 1: Kinematics of Human Motion
Department of Math and Physics
College of Science, University of Santo Tomas
Espaa, Manila, Philippines
Kinematics is the branch of classical
mechanics that describes the motion
Muscles of the FORELIMB
Posterior margin of acromion of
Middorsal line from neural process of
axis to 4th thoracic,
1.1 Urbanization and Biodiversity
According to data recently released by the United Nations (2010) the
urban population exceeded the 50% mark in 2009 (EEA 2006). Urban has a
considerable number of meanings and can be related to a
Answer Key and Example Data
Answers to Procedure Questions
Which pipette would you use if you wanted to measure the following volumes?
a. 250 L P-1000
b. 100 L P-200
c. 200 L P-200
d. 5 L P-20
SCL3 Social Teaching of the
WHAT ARE SOCIAL
War, armed race, biological war, terrorism
Graft & Corruption
Assignment 1 Finite-difference modeling using a spreadsheet
60 points Due Sept 7, 2011
In this assignment, you will work through some basics of finite-difference numerical
modeling and start modeling using a spreadsheet program.
Purpose: To provi
Aug 29 and 31
Pre-Aug 29 class: Read Ch 2 of Anderson and Woessner
Focus on the general form of the governing equation: (Eq 2.2 in the text)
-how was the equation derived? Dont worry as much about the mechanics of the derivation as
Groundwater Concept Review
Permeability (intrinsic), Hydraulic Conductivity, Transmissivity
Homogeneous/heterogeneous and isotropic/anisotropic
Matrix compressibility, specific storage, storativity
Darcys law: Understand what it means, how to apply it, an
1. Schneider et al., 2008 Suwannee River Basin model
2. Planert (USGS) Suwannee River Basin model: http:/
Guide to reading for Oct 3 (Ch 4). Note: In class, I specified Ch 5 also, but we will just
focus on boundary conditions.
What are the different types of boundary conditions?
How are the lower boundaries of modeled regions determined?
Why is at least bound
Oct 10 Reading Guide
Ch 5 Sources and Sinks is quite brief, but there are some important points:
Why is the head calculated at a cell usually not the same as the actual head at a
pumping or injection well? How can the actual head be calculated?
Ch 7 notes for reading:
7.1 on storage parameters is mostly review.
7.2 Initial conditions:
What is the difference between static and dynamic average steady-state conditions?
What are dynamic cyclic initial conditions?
7.3 Boundary Conditions
Reading guide for Oct 24th:
MODPATH.PDF (in Documentation\USGS folder where you installed GWVistas)
Ch. 1 and 2:
1. What is MODPATH and what is its purpose? (ignore information about MODPLOT as it
is no longer relevant with GUIs such as GWVistas).
Reading questions for Aug 22 and 24 class
What is a model? How do physical, analytical, and numerical models differ?
Think of some examples from your introductory groundwater class of where you were using a
How does a code differ from a model?
Reading Guide Sept 14, 19 A&W 3.1-3.3
On Sept 14, Well focus primarily on starting Assn 3. Well discuss these sections on Sept 19
3.1 Conceptual Model
What is a conceptual model?
Why is simplification necessary?
What are the steps in formulating a co
Sept 7 class
During class, you will immediately begin modeling using MODFLOW, so it is important to get
some understanding of MODFLOW before you start. The manual is very helpful, so read Ch 2,
focusing on the areas noted below. Be sure to ask questions o