Development of a quasi three-dimensional groundwater model for a portion of the Nevada Test Site
AuthorOberlander, Phil Louis
Geological Sciences & Engineering
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An empirical correction matrix has been devised that will partially adjust a two-dimensional model for flow in the third dimension. The correction matrix has been applied to the groundwater system from Pahute Mesa to Yucca Flat on the Nevada Test Site.
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