Organizing Committee: Henk Haitjema, Chair, Indiana Univ.; Kelton Barr, Delta Environmental Consultants, Inc.; Randal Barnes, Univ. Minnesota; Paul van der Heijde, IGWMC; Stephen Kraemer, USEPA; Jay Lehr, Environmental Education Enterprises, Inc.; Bill Nelson, INTERA Inc.; Jack Wittman, Indiana Univ.

Keynote Address

Otto D.L. Strack, The Evolution of the Analytic Element Method    

Introductory Presentations

Arnold Verruijt, A Comparison of Analytic and Finite Elements    

John L. Wilson, On the Role of Analytical Elements in Groundwater Modeling    

Henk Haitjema, Why Model Three-Dimensional Flow if You Can Go Dupuit-Forchheimer?

Regional Flow

Wim J. de Lange, A Groundwater Model for Water Management in the Netherlands at the National, Regional and Local Scale    

D. van der Valk, et al., Regional Modeling Based on NAGROM: A Case Study

Sherry Mitchell-Bruker and Henk Haitjema, Modeling Groundwater and Surface Water Interactions with Analytic Elements    

Jos H.N. Moorman, Analysis of the Hydrology of an Area Predominated by Artificial Surface Water Management using MLAEM

Case Studies

Jeff D. Conrad, Characterization of a Proposed In-Situ Leach Mining Site Using the Analytic Element Method

Tom Ring, Analytic Element Modeling on the Yakima Indian Reservation: Applications to water resource management and protection

Rob Earle, Modeling Recovery Well Capture Zones in a Fractured Bedrock Aquifer: An Application of the Analytic Element Method

John K. Seaberg and John L. Vogan, Use of Analytic Element Groundwater Row Modeling to Evaluate Funnel-and-Gate Technology for In-Situ Groundwater Remediation

Wellhead Protection

S.R. Kraemer, H.M. Haitjema, and Otto D.L. Strack, Capture Zone Modeling Using the WhAEM (Wellhead Analytic Element Model)

Mark Bakker and Otto D.L. Strack, Capture Zone Delineation in an Analytic Element Model

Michael A. Furfaro and John It. Barnhart, Analytic Element Modeling in Wellhead Protection Area Delineations

Tom McKeon and Colin Wagoner, Analytic Evaluation of 3-D Capture Zone for Partially Penetrating Wells

John Oswald and Perry Jones, The Use of Analytic Element Modeling in the Assessment of Wellhead Protection Zones in Mining Regions

Method Comparisons

Mary P. Anderson and Randy Hunt, Regional Flow Modeling using Finite Difference and Analytic Element Methods: A Case Study and Comparison from Northern Wisconsin

C.H. Bruuuner and G.J. Mulder, The Use of a Case Study in the Development of a Model Decision Scheme

Peter J. Hall and Ronald A. Lewis, Application of Analytic Element and Finite Difference Method Modeling

Techniques to Aquifer Remediation and Regional Groundwater Flow

Poul Grashoff, Herbert Bos, and Wybrand van Ellen, Groundwater Quality Modeling Using MLAEM and STYXZ

Case Studies II

Atul M. Solhatra, The Use and Misuse of Models in Environmental Decision Making

Ray W. Wuolo, Application of the "Strata Version" of the Single Layer Analytic Element Model

Robert W. Macneal, Stephen W. Robertson, and Kelton D. Barr, Gas Flow Modeling using the Analytic Element


Klaas E. Stoepker, MLDIGIT, a Geometrically-Oriented Preprocessor for the AEM

Contaminant Transport

Frank Schwartz, Analytic Element Methods in Contaminant Transport: Perspectives and Applications

Cees Maas, Formulation of Dispersive Transport for Use in Analytic Element Models

Charles R. Fitts, Insights Gained from Analytic Transport Modeling of the Cape Cod and Borden Tracer Tests

R. William Nelson and Clarence A. Oster, Use of Three-Dimensional Stream Functions in Analytic Element Analysis of Shallow Unconfined Groundwater Contamination Problems

Mark D. Fairbrother, Solution by Method of Characteristics of the Moving Front Dispersion-Rate Limited Sorption-First Order Decay Transport Equation Under Steady-State, Non-Uniform Flow Conditions

Stochastic Techniques

Barry F. Power, Model Parameter Estimation Techniques for Analytic Element Models

Tim P. Brown and Randal J. Barnes, Stochastic Analytic Elements for Groundwater Modeling

Melinda L. Salisbury and Randal J. Barnes, Control Equation Formulation for Circular Inhomogeneities in the Analytic Element Method

Stephen R. Kraemer, Distribution of Areal Recharge to a Discrete Fracture Network (FRACNET) Model Using the Analytic Element Method

Research I

Otto D.L. Strack, A Discharge Potential for Dupuit-Forchheimer Flow with Variable Density

Marieke W. van Gerven and Wim de Lange, Experiences with the New Varying Density Module of MLAEM in a Well
Defined Test Area

Willem J. Zaadnoordijk, Analytic Element Program for Transient Flow

A.A. Kolesov, Computer Analytic Modeling Method for Evaluation of Potential Water Table Changes

Research II

Henk Haitjema and Kenneth Luther, Modeling Residence Tune Distributions in Groundwatersheds

Victor Kelson and Henk Haitjema, Using the Stream Function in Groundwater Flow Systems Governed by Poisson's Equation

Jack Wittman and Henk Haitjema, Effects of Climate Change on Groundwater Availability in the Midwest

Dave R. Steward, Implementation of Curvilinear Analytic Elements in a Computer Model

Research III

Otto D.L. Strack, The Superblock Approach for Analytic Element Methods

Wim J. de Lange, Some Experiences and Advanced Applications with Analytic Elements

William C. Olsen, Elliptical Inhomogeneities Modeled with a Multi-Logarithmic Interpolar Interface

Jogesh C. Panda, Numerical Column Experiments to Study the Parameters of the Moving Front Dispersion Equation