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Organizing Committee:   Chairman Dr. O.D.L. Strack, (Univ. Minnesota); Dr. Randal J. Barnes (University of Minnesota); Dr. James Craig (University of Waterloo); Dr. Henk Haitjema (Indiana University); Dr. Stephen Kraemer (EPA); Dr. Theo Olsthoorn (Amsterdam Water Supply)
Technical Committee:  Dr. Erik Anderson (Layne Christensen Company); Dr. Mark Bakker (Delft University of Technology); Dr. Wim J, de Lange (RIZA the Netherlands); Dr. Dave Steward (Kansas State University); Dr. Kees Maas, Dr. Anvar Kacimov, Dr. Edson Wendland

O.D.L Strack,  Current state of the Analytic Element Method

SESSION 1:  APPLICATION OF THE ANALYTIC ELEMENT METHOD I

Henk Haitjema, A hybrid GFLOW and MODFLOW model for large regional systems

David R. Steward, Integration of AEM models with societal and natural processes

S. Gaur, Development of groundwater resources management model using Analytic Element Method (AEM) and Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO)

Wim J. de Lange, Solving a complex issue using a simple analytic element model

SESSION 2:  APPLICATION OF THE ANALYTIC ELEMENT METHOD II

Randal J. Barnes, Parental care for analytic element models

Wim J. de Lange, Some thoughts about the use of analytic elements in a grid based modeling environment

Taha Namazi, Simulation of groundwater flow in the Shiraz plain using the Analytic Element Method

SESSION 3:  APPLICATION OF ANALYTIC MODELING OF PROBLEMS OF HEAT FLOW

Theo Olstoorn, Temperature changes in buried water pipes for transport of heat for sustainable energy applications

William Olsen, Measuring groundwater flux through a lake bed using heat as a tracer

SESSION 4:  ANALYTIC SOLUTIONS TO GROUNDWATER FLOW PROBLEMS I: TRANSIENT FLOW

Anvar Kacimov, Transient flow to a well in a confined and un-confined aquifer: the Palubarinova-Kochina analytic arsenal revisited

Kees Mass:  Seasonal expansion and contraction of a cone of depression due to groundwater pumping

SESSION 5:  ANALYTIC SOLUTIONS TO GROUNDWATER FLOW PROBLEMS II

William Olsen:  Effect of a well that partially penetrates a confining unit on the leakage between aquifers

Erik I. Anderson, Aquifer dewatering with a horizontal well

SESSION 6:  ANALYTIC SOLUTIONS TO GROUNDWATER FLOW PROBLEMS III

Ali Ameli, Modeling saturated-unsaturated subsurface flow with the semi-analytic series solutions method

Willem Jan Zaadnoordijk, On spatial interpretation of head time series in Dutch Coastal Dune areas

Erik I. Anderson, Stagnation zones, critical flow, free jets, and phreatic jets

SESSION 7: DEVELOPMENTS IN THE ANALYTIC ELEMENT METHOD I

Mark Bakker, Transient Multi-Layer LTAEM modeling with applications to groundwater flow and carbon geologic sequestration

James R. Craig, Simulating groundwater flow in aquifers with continuously varying properties

SESSION 8:  NEW ANALYTIC ELEMENTS I

Otto D. L. Strack, A new formulation for high-order line-elements

Taha Namazi, An analytic element for modeling infiltration in a leaky aquifer system

SESSION 9: NEW ANALYTIC ELEMENTS II

Patrick R. Nevison, An analytic element of arbitrary shape

Otto D.L. Strack, An application of the analytic element method to linear elasticity

SESSION 10:  ANALYTIC SOLUTIONS TO GROUNDWATER FLOW PROBLEMS IV

David R. Steward, AEM methods for large regional model domains with sloping base

Otto D.L. Strack, Development of transient analytic elements using the Generating Analytic Element Approach

Bonnie K. Ausk, An analytic element for a periodic well that switches on at a given time

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