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Solutions of surface and subsurface flow and transport problems including finite difference, finite element, and boundary integral methods. Analytic techniques include Laplace-, z-, and Fourier-transform, complex variable, and separation of variables methods. Application to problems commonly found in the environmental field, including capture zones, particle-tracking, advection-dispersion, and non-aqueous phase liquids.

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Prerequisites or Corequisites:

Prerequisite: GEOL 8700 or FORS 4120/6120 or WASR 4500/6500

Other information:

Offered spring semester every odd-numbered year.

Course name:
Hydrologic Flow and Transport Modeling