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Transport Modeling

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Technical Memos
GW 93.01 Establishment of a National Policy to Archive Ground-Water Flow and Transport Models
SW 98.02 Distribution of ASCE Report, "Predicting Travel Time and Dispersion in Rivers and Streams," by Harvey E. Jobson

Publications
Prediction of Traveltime and Longitudinal Dispersion in Rivers and Streams - WRIR 96-4013

Training
ID2020TC Modeling Flow and Transport in a Riverine Environment
QW1022TC Water Quality Principles

Software
BLTM - Branched Lagrangian Transport Model
HSPF - Hydroogical Simulation Program--Fortran
DAFLOW
FEQ - Full Equations Model, flow model
FourPt - An unsteady, one-dimensional, open-channel flow model

References

News
The DAFLOW model is currently being linked to the MODFLOW groundwater model to allow the simulation of surface-water/ground-water interactions. Linkage of BLTM to MODFLOW is planned for the near future.
A GUI interface for the DAFLOW/BLTM transport modeling system is under development.

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