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Water Software > Groundwater Software > MODFLOW and Related Programs > MFI2005

MFI2005: Data input program for MODFLOW-2005

Overview of MFI2005

MFI2005 is a data input (entry) program for the USGS modular three-dimensional finite-difference groundwater model, MODFLOW-2005. Data for MODPATH, a particle tracking program for use with MODFLOW, can also be entered using MFI2005. MFI2005 supports parameter estimation using the UCODE_2005 program for parameter estimation.

MFI2005 is designed to be easy to use. It can also be used in conjunction with other programs so that the different parts of a model data set can be entered using the most suitable program. Data are entered in MFI2005 interactively through a series of display screens.

MFI2005 Information and Downloads

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Software Downloads

Documentation of MFI2005

Superseded Versions

MFI2005 supports MODFLOW-2005. Different versions were previously released to support earlier versions of MODFLOW. The following software is not actively supported by the USGS. Those previous versions have been superseded by MFI2005. The software versions below are provided online for historical reference only, and the pages may contain outdated information or broken links.

Point of Contact

Support is provided for correcting bugs and clarification of how MFI2005 is intended to work. Only limited assistance can be provided for applying MFI2005 to specific problems by contacting the points of contact listed below:

Chris Langevin
U.S. Geological Survey
Office of Groundwater
411 National Center
12201 Sunrise Valley Drive
Reston, VA 20192

Other USGS Groundwater Software

The USGS develops groundwater RSS, water-quality, surface-water, and other water-resources software for use by the USGS in fulfilling its mission. Most of this software is available online for download at no charge.

Disclaimers and Notices

Please refer to the USGS Software User Rights Notice for complete use, copyright, and distribution information. The USGS provides no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the correctness of the furnished software or the suitability for any purpose. The software has been tested, but as with any complex software, there could be undetected errors. Users who find errors are requested to report them to the USGS.

References to non-USGS products, trade names, and (or) services are provided for information purposes only and do not constitute endorsement or warranty, express or implied, by the USGS, U.S. Department of Interior, or U.S. Government, as to their suitability, content, usefulness, functioning, completeness, or accuracy.

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