User Guide to the UNC Process and Three Utility Programs for Computation of Nonlinear Confidence and Prediction Intervals Using Modflow-2000

U.S. Geological Survey Techniques and Methods 6–A10

By Steen Christensen and Richard L. Cooley





Chapter 1. Introduction


Chapter 2. Theory


Chapter 3. User Guide to The UNC Process


Chapter 4. User Guide to RESAN2-2k


Chapter 5. User Guide to BEALE2-2k


Chapter 6. User Guide to CORFAC-2k




Appendix A. Solutions for Extreme Values


Appendix B. Computation of Q and R for Testing for Equality of Constrained and Unconstrained Residuals


Appendix C. Example Simulations


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