Developments in the theory of turbulence by D.C. Leslie

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Facies models are helpful in this analysis. A facies is a unit of material of similar physical properties that was deposited in the same geologic environment. Facies models are conceptual models of the expected distribution of facies (Fig. 2). Knowledge of the depositional history of an area might be helpful in predicting the occurrence of sediment types when geologic information is sparse (Anderson, 1989). Geologic facies can then be used to define hydrostratigraphic units. Special techniques may be necessary when defining hydrostratigraphic units consisting of thick sand sequences such as those typical of the Gulf Coastal Plain.

Full three-dimensional models may be used to represent transient release of water from storage within confining beds by including the confining bed as a layer with an assigned value of specific storage. Release of water from storage within interbeds accompanied by compaction of the interbeds is included as an option in some codes (Leake, 1990). 1 Storatlvity Sijk Fig. 9 Schematic diagram of a full three-dimensional model (adapted from McDonald and Harbaugh, 1988). 3 Laying Out the Grid In a numerical model, the continuous problem domain is replaced by a discretized domain consisting of an array of nodes and associated finite difference blocks (cells) or finite elements.

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