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   Organizing Committee:   Chairman Dr. O.D.L. Strack, Univ. Minnesota; Dr. R.J. Barnes, Univ. Minnesota; Dr. W. J. De Lange, RIZA the Netherlands; Dr. I. Jankovic, Univ. Minnesota; Dr. S. Kraemer, USEPA; Mr. P. Le Grand, Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne; Dr. J. Lehr, Environmental Education Enterprises, Inc.
Technical Committee:  Dr. M. Bakker, Univ. Nebraska; Dr. R.J. Barnes, Univ. Minnesota; Dr. H.M. Haitjema, Indiana Univ.; Dr. I. Jankovic, Univ. Minnesota; Dr. D.R. Steward, Kansas State Univ.; Dr. O.D.L. Strack, Univ. Minnesota; Dr. A. Verruijt, Delft Univ. of Technology

User Interface Design


ArcFlow: an interface between ArcView and Split program for modeling groundwater flow
     J. Blum, Minnesota Department of Health
     B. Johnson, Minnesota Department of Health  
     R. Soule, Minnesota Department of Health
     I. Jankovic, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota

MLAEM graphical user interface
     O.D.L. Strack, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota
     O.E. Strack, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Working with WhAEM: analytic element modeling as if people mattered
     S. Kraemer, U.S. EPA, National Exposure Research Laboratory, Athens, Georgia  
     V. Kelson, South Florida Water Management District
     H. Haitjema, Indiana University

AEM Theory 1

Cuvilinear elements of Bezier spline shape
     Ph. Le Grand, Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne, France
     R. Barnes, Department of Civil Engineering, University of  Minnesota

The geometry of surfaces in divergence-free flow
     D. Steward, Civil Engineering Department, Kansas State University

The singular behavior near the endpoint of a semi-confining boundary in the vertical plane
     R. Pennings, GME Consultants, Inc.

Applied Mathematics

Analytic elements involving the Robin and refraction boundary conditions
     A. Kacimov, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
     Y. Obnosov, Kazan University, Russia

An Analytic Element Method for multiple circular elastic inclusions
     S. Mogilevskaya, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota
     S. Crouch, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota

Coupled partial differential equations
     E. Veling, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Regional Models

Some experiences with VARELS in MLAEM encountered in regional modeling of the central lakes area in the Netherlands for WINBOS, 1999
     K. van Vliet, RIZA, Inland Water Management and Waste Water Treatment, The Netherlands
     W. de Lange, RIZA, Inland Water Management and Waste Water Treatment, The Netherlands

Modeling regional inter-aquifer leakage in the Twin Cities Metropolitan Groundwater Model
     J. Seaberg, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
     D. Hansen, Department of Civil Engineering, University of  Minnesota

Analytical Element Modeling of groundwater flow in anisotropic aquifers
     M. Zaluski, MSE Technology Applications, Inc., Montana
     M. Moe, MSE Technology Applications, Inc., Montana

Comparison of the uncertainty of a manually calibrated analytical element model  with the uncertainty of the same model, calibrated automatically
     J. Moorman, Amsterdam Water Supply, Hydrology Section, The Netherlands
 
Comparison of Techniques

Numerical versus analytic modelling for hydrogeological applications
     D. Graillot, Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne, France
     P. Le Grand, Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne, France

Only a matter of resolution
     H. Haitjema, Indiana University
     V. Kelson, South Florida Water Management District

Advective transport experiments carried out using MODFLOW in comparison with analytic solutions for three-dimensional groundwater flow
     I. Jankovic, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota

Posters

GFLOW
     H. Haitjema, Indiana University

Philip's cavity in unsaturated conditions: three flow regimes
     A. Kacimov, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman

Working with WhAEM: analytic element modeling as if people mattered
     S. Kraemer, U.S. EPA, National Exposure Research Laboratory, Athens, Georgia
     V. Kelson, South Florida Water Management District
     H. Haitjema, Indiana University

Legendre functions for 20 groundwater flow modelling
     P. Le Grand, Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne, France

A Capture Zone Analysis for Valparaiso, IN: WhAEM vs. MODFLOW
     K. Luther, Valparaiso University, Indiana

Dealing with partial penetration in a classic analytic or numerical model using a very detailed finite-difference model for axially symmetric flow
     J. Moorman, Amsterdam Water Supply, Hydrology Section, The Netherlands

Determination of a 3-dimensional capture zone about a partially penetrating well - a simple analytic tool
     B. Power, Natural Resource Engineering Company

Use of the Metropolitan Area Groundwater Model as a groundwater management tool in the Twin Cities area
     J. Seaberg, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
     D. Hansen, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota
     A. Streitz, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

Keynote

Future development in the Analytic Element Method: Ten Challenges
     Dr. O.D.L. Strack, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota

AEM Theory 2

A new look at area sinks
     R. Miller, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota
     R. Barnes, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota
     P. Le Grand, Ecole Nationale Supeneure des Mines de Saint-Etienne, France

Line elements for leakage
     O. Strack, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota

Exact solution for an elliptical inhomogeneity with a well
     W. Olsen, Dakota County Environmental Management, Minnesota

Transport

Hysteresis in the sorption and desorption of radionuclides: Experimental data, analytical and numerical description
     V. Rumynin, Institute for Environmental Geology, St. Petersburg State University, Russia

Detailed model of transport of pollutants from contaminated silt at the bottom of a surface water in a regional model including calibration on hydro chemically determined traveltimes
     W. de Lange, RIZA, Inland Water Management and Waste Water Treatment, The Netherlands
     K. van Vliet, RIZA, Inland Water Management and Waste Water Treatment, The Netherlands

Advective Mixing
     I. Jankovic, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota
     R. Barnes, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota
     D. Steward, Civil Engineering Department, Kansas State University

Leakage

Steady drawdown due to a well in a multiple aquifer system near a fault
     K. Maas, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

One-dimensional multi-layer analytic element model using matrix functions, with applications
     T. Olsthoorn, Amsterdam Water Supply, The Netherlands

Distribution and jumps in leakage and leakage gradient
     O.D.L. Strack, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota

Modeling wells in multi-layer and multi-aquifer systems
     M. Bakker, University of Nebraska

3D Modeling
 

Analytic modelling of complex wells
     P. Egberts, Netherlands Institute of Applied Geoscience TNO
     P. Fokker, Netherlands Institute of Applied Geoscience TNO

Gaining and Losing Sections of Horizontal Wells
     W. Jin, Civil Engineering Department, Kansas State University
     D. Steward, Civil Engineering Department, Kansas State University

3D wedge with a well
     G. Bruggeman, retired

Object Oriented AEM

The Java Analytic Element Model: designing and implementing an object-oriented AEM code implementaion
     M. Bakker, University of Nebraska
     V. Kelson, South Florida Water Management District

Key design elements in an object oriented approach to programming analytic elements; suggestions based on programming experience with MLAEM
     O.E. Strack, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Keynote

Logic in groundwater modeling
     M. McDonald, McDonald Morrissey Associates, Inc.

Modeling 1

The cost and benefits of modeling complexity: a case study comparing analytic element and numerical models from a proposed mine in northern Wisconsin, USA
     R. Hunt, U.S. Geological Survey
     V. Kelson, South Florida Water Management District
     H. Haitjema, Indiana University
     C. Carlson, U.S. Geological Survey
     J. Krohelski, U.S. Geological Survey

Capture zone delineation: are simple methods adequate?
     A. Ceric, Indiana University
     H. Haitjema, Indiana University

Reduction of transient head data under multiple influences
     B. Power, Natural Resource Engineering Company

Modeling 2

Modeling flow in heterogeneous single fractures using AEM
     M. Spiller, Aachen University of Technology, Germany
     W. Hamelmann, Aachen University of Technology, Germany
     G. Demny, Institute of Fluid Mechanics, Toulouse,
France
     R. Ababou, Aachen University of Technology, Germany
     J. Kongeter, Aachen University of Technology, Germany

Step-wise approach to groundwater flow modeling using analytic element and finite-difference codes
     D. Kaludjerovic, IAH, Waterloo, Canada

Integrating storm water modeling, GIS, and AEM modeling in Washington County, Minnesota
     S. Grubb, Emmons and Olivier Resources, Minnesota
     J. Swenson, Emmons and Olivier Resources, Minnesota

Flow in the Vertical Plain

Simulating the interchange between surface water and groundwater through the unsaturated zone using a one-dimensional, steady model
     R. Mollah, Department of Civil Engineering, Kansas State University
     D. Steward, Department of Civil Engineering, Kansas State University

The method of images for leaky boundaries
     E. Anderson, Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc.,Wisconsin

Groundwater flow under a water divide
     A. Verruijt, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

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