OFR 07-04, Three-Dimensional Geologic Mapping for Groundwater Applications: Workshop extended abstracts, Denver, Colorado, Annual Meeting Geological Society of America

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OFR 07-04, Three-Dimensional Geologic Mapping for Groundwater Applications: Workshop extended abstracts, Denver, Colorado, Annual Meeting Geological Society of America

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2007

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University of Minnesota

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This fifth workshop, discussing three-dimensional (3D) geological mapping for groundwater applications, is part of an ongoing series that began in 2001. A focus of all the workshops has been the development of techniques to optimize internal consistency and to fully integrate 3-D stratigraphic with hydrostratigraphic models that can be used directly for hydrogeologic modeling. Workshops have emphasized the need for high-quality data, the procedures for reconciling often disparate and plentiful archival data, and the obvious realization that the better the geological model, the greater the probability that subsequently derived groundwater flow models will be as accurate as possible.

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Thorleifson, L.H., Berg, R.C., and., Russell, H.A.J., 2007, Three-dimensional geologic mapping for groundwater applications: Minnesota Geological Survey, Open-File Report 07-4, 92 p.

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Thorleifson, L.Harvey; Berg, Richard C.; Russell, Hazen. (2007). OFR 07-04, Three-Dimensional Geologic Mapping for Groundwater Applications: Workshop extended abstracts, Denver, Colorado, Annual Meeting Geological Society of America. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/109020.

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