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Fact Sheet 2012–3106

Evolution of 3-D Geologic Framework Modeling and Its Application to Groundwater Flow Studies

By Charles D. Blome and David V. Smith

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In this Fact Sheet, the authors discuss the evolution of project 3-D subsurface framework modeling, research in hydrostratigraphy and airborne geophysics, and methodologies used to link geologic and groundwater flow models.

First posted October 4, 2012

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Director, Geosciences and Environmental Change Science Center
U.S. Geological Survey
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Denver, CO 80225
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Suggested citation:

Blome, C.D., and Smith, D.V., 2012, Evolution of 3-D geologic framework modeling and its application to groundwater flow studies: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2012–3106, 6 p.



Contents

Geologic Framework of the Edwards and Trinity Aquifers

Geologic Framework of the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer

Arbuckle-Simpson 3-D Geologic Framework Model to Groundwater Flow Model

Arbuckle-Simpson MODFLOW Model

References Cited


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