[Science_Parameters: Science_Category='EARTH SCIENCE', Science_Topic='ATMOSPHERE', Science_Term='ATMOSPHERIC WATER VAPOR', Science_Variable_Level_1='WATER VAPOR INDICATORS', Science_Variable_Level_2='WATER VAPOR']
AIR3D An Adaptation of the Ground-Water-Flow Code MODFLOW to Simulate Three-Dimensional Air Flow in the Unsaturated ZoneEntry ID: 03-usgs-air3d-00
Abstract: AIR3D is an adaptation of the ground-water flow code MODFLOW to simulate three dimensional air-flow in a heterogeneous, anisotropic unsaturated zone where air flow is induced through dry wells or trenches, as in vapor- extraction remediation. Although the code was developed primarily for this purpose, it
can also be used to simulate natural air flow in the unsaturated zone caused by atmospheric-pressure variations.
Use Constraints The computer model source code written in Fortran 77. It is assumed that users
have access to a Fortran compiler. Users who do not have access to a Fortran
compiler may request executable files by contacting Matthew A. Lahvis or Arthur
L. Baehr at (609-771-3900).
Role: TECHNICAL CONTACT
Email: abaehr at usgs.gov
U.S. Geological Survey 810 Bear Tavern Road
City: West Trenton
Province or State: New Jersey
Postal Code: 08628
Country: United States
AIR3D, An Adaptation of the Ground-Water-Flow Code MODFLOW to Simulate
Three-Dimensional Air Flow in the Unsaturated Zone, by C.J. Joss and A.L.
Baehr, 1995, U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 94-533, 154 p.
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