- Timothy M. Weigand, Timothy M. WeigandUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Matthew W. FarthingMatthew W. FarthingUS Army Corps of Engineers
- and Casey T. MillerCasey T. MillerUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Groundwater modeling is widely relied upon by environmental scientists and engineers to advanced understanding, make predictions, and design solutions to water resource problems of importance to society. Groundwater models are tools used to approximate subsurface behavior, including the movement of water, the chemical composition of the phases present, and the temperature distribution. As a model is a simplification of a real-world system, approximations and uncertainties are inherent to the modeling process. Due to this, special consideration must be given to the role of uncertainty quantification, as essentially all groundwater systems are stochastic in nature.
- Environmental Processes and Systems
- Environmental Engineering