Water Resources of the United States
A quasi-three-dimensional, numerical finite-difference model
to simulate freshwater and saltwater flow separated by a sharp
interface in layered coastal aquifer systems
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- How to order U.S.
Geological Survey printed documentation
- Essaid, H.I., 1990, The computer model SHARP, a
quasi-three-dimensional finite-difference model to simulate
freshwater and saltwater flow in layered coastal aquifer
systems: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations
Report 90-4130, 181 p.
"Support is provided for correcting bugs and clarification of
how the code is intended to work. Only limited assistance can be
provided for applying this software to specific problems."