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Groundwater Modeling in Support of Water Resources Management and Planning under Complex Climate, Regulatory, and Economic Stresses

Emin C. Dogrul; Charles F. Brush; Tariq N. Kadir;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2016 Journal: Water, volume 8, issue 12 (issn: 2073-4441, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: MDPI AG
Abstract
Groundwater is an important resource that meets part or all of the water demand in many developed basins. Since it is an integral part of the hydrologic cycle, management of groundwater resources must consider not only the management of surface flows but also the variability in climate. In addition, agricultural and urban activities both affect the availability of water resources and are affected by it. Arguably, the Central Valley of the State of California, USA, can be considered a basin where all stresses that can possibly affect the management of groundwater resources seem to have come together: a vibrant economy that depends on water, a relatively dry clima...
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free text keywords: integrated hydrologic modeling, water demand calculation, water resources management, linking models, Integrated Water Flow Model (IWFM), Geography, Planning and Development, Aquatic Science, Biochemistry, Water Science and Technology, lcsh:Hydraulic engineering, lcsh:TC1-978, lcsh:Water supply for domestic and industrial purposes, lcsh:TD201-500, Water resource management, Water resources, Water conservation, Aquifer, geography.geographical_feature_category, geography, Water flow, Groundwater model, Groundwater, Integrated water resources management, GIS and hydrology, Environmental science
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Jyrkama, M.I.; Sykes, J.F. The impact of climate change on spatially varying groundwater recharge in the grand river watershed (Ontario). J. Hydrol. 2007, 338, 237-250. [CrossRef] Karamouz, M.; Kerachian, R.; Zahraie, B. Monthly water resources and irrigation planning: Case study of conjunctive use of surface and groundwater resources. J. Irrig. Drain. E 2004, 130, 391-402. [CrossRef] Swartjes, F.A. Risk-based assessment of soil and groundwater quality in the Netherlands: Standards and remediation urgency. Risk Anal. 1999, 19, 1235-1249. [CrossRef] [PubMed] MicroFEM. Available online: http://www.microfem.com (accessed on 13 October 2016).

5. Hsieh, P.A.; Matott, S. SVFlux and ChemFlux: Software for two-dimensional/three-dimensional finite element variably saturated flow and transport modeling. Ground Water 2004, 42, 804-808.

6. Voss, C.I.; Provost, A.M. SUTRA, A Model for Saturated-Unsaturated Variable-Density Ground-Water Flow with Solute or Energy Transport; Water-Resources Investigations Report 02-4231; US Geologic Survey: Reston, VA, USA, 2002.

7. Brunner, P.; Simmons, C.T. HydroGeoSphere: A fully integrated, physically based hydrological model. Ground Water 2012, 50, 170-176. [CrossRef]

8. Qu, Y.; Duffy, C.J. A semidiscrete finite volume formulation for multiprocess watershed simulation. Water Resources Res. 2007, 43. [CrossRef]

9. Harbaugh, A.W.; Banta, E.R.; Hill, M.C.; McDonald, M.G. MODFLOW-2000, the US Geological Survey Modular Ground-Water Model: User Guide to Modularization Concepts and the Ground-Water Flow Process; US Geological Survey: Reston, VA, USA, 2000.

10. Markstrom, S.L.; Niswonger, R.G.; Regan, R.S.; Prudic, D.E.; Barlow, P.M. GSFLOW-Coupled Ground-water and Surface-water flow model based on the integration of the Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System (PRMS) and the Modular Ground-Water Flow Model. (MODFLOW-2005); US Geologic Survey: Reston, VA, USA, 2008; Volume 6, p. 240.

11. Kavvas, M.L.; Chen, Z.Q.; Dogrul, C.; Yoon, J.Y.; Ohara, N.; Liang, L.; Aksoy, H.; Anderson, M.L.; Yoshitani, J.; Fukami, K.; Matsuura, T. Watershed Environmental Hydrology (WEHY) model based on upscaled conservation equations: Hydrologic module. J. Hydrol. Eng. 2004, 9, 450-464. [CrossRef]

12. IWFM: Integrated Water Flow Model. Available online: http://baydeltaoffice.water.ca.gov/modeling/ hydrology/IWFM/ (accessed on 13 October 2016).

13. Dogrul, E.C. Integrated Water Flow Model. (IWFM-2015): Theoretical documentation. Modeling Support Branch, Bay-Delta Office, Department of Water Resources: Sacramento, CA, USA, 2016. Available online: http://baydeltaoffice.water.ca.gov/modeling/hydrology/IWFM/IWFM2015/v2015_ 0_475/downloadables/IWFM-2015.0.475_TheoreticalDocumentation.pdf (accessed on 28 September 2016).

14. Wang, H.F.; Anderson, M.P. Introduction to Groundwater Modeling: Finite Difference and Finite Element Methods; Academic Press: San Diego, CA, USA, 1995; p. 237.

15. Anderson, D.A.; Tannehill, J.C.; Pletcher, R.H. Computational Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer; Taylor & Francis: USA, 1984; p. 599.

16. Mehl, S.W.; Hill, M.C. MODFLOW-2005, The US Geological Survey modular ground-water model-Documentation of shared node local grid refinement (LGR) and the boundary flow and head (BFH) package, 2006. Available online: http://pubs.usgs.gov/tm/2006/tm6a12/pdf/TM6-A12.pdf (accessed on 28 September 2016).

17. Chaudhry, M.H. Open-Channel Flow; Springer Science & Business Media: Englewood Cliffs, NJ, USA, 2007; p. 523.

18. Dogrul, E.C. IWFM Demand Calculator-IDC-2015: Theoretical documentation and user's manual. Modeling Support Branch, Bay-Delta Office, Department of Water Resources: Sacramento, CA, USA, 2016. Available online: http://baydeltaoffice.water.ca.gov/modeling/hydrology/IDC/IDC-2015/v2015_0_42/ downloadables/IDC-2015.0.42_Documentation.pdf (accessed on 30 September 2016).

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Abstract
Groundwater is an important resource that meets part or all of the water demand in many developed basins. Since it is an integral part of the hydrologic cycle, management of groundwater resources must consider not only the management of surface flows but also the variability in climate. In addition, agricultural and urban activities both affect the availability of water resources and are affected by it. Arguably, the Central Valley of the State of California, USA, can be considered a basin where all stresses that can possibly affect the management of groundwater resources seem to have come together: a vibrant economy that depends on water, a relatively dry clima...
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free text keywords: integrated hydrologic modeling, water demand calculation, water resources management, linking models, Integrated Water Flow Model (IWFM), Geography, Planning and Development, Aquatic Science, Biochemistry, Water Science and Technology, lcsh:Hydraulic engineering, lcsh:TC1-978, lcsh:Water supply for domestic and industrial purposes, lcsh:TD201-500, Water resource management, Water resources, Water conservation, Aquifer, geography.geographical_feature_category, geography, Water flow, Groundwater model, Groundwater, Integrated water resources management, GIS and hydrology, Environmental science
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58 references, page 1 of 4

Jyrkama, M.I.; Sykes, J.F. The impact of climate change on spatially varying groundwater recharge in the grand river watershed (Ontario). J. Hydrol. 2007, 338, 237-250. [CrossRef] Karamouz, M.; Kerachian, R.; Zahraie, B. Monthly water resources and irrigation planning: Case study of conjunctive use of surface and groundwater resources. J. Irrig. Drain. E 2004, 130, 391-402. [CrossRef] Swartjes, F.A. Risk-based assessment of soil and groundwater quality in the Netherlands: Standards and remediation urgency. Risk Anal. 1999, 19, 1235-1249. [CrossRef] [PubMed] MicroFEM. Available online: http://www.microfem.com (accessed on 13 October 2016).

5. Hsieh, P.A.; Matott, S. SVFlux and ChemFlux: Software for two-dimensional/three-dimensional finite element variably saturated flow and transport modeling. Ground Water 2004, 42, 804-808.

6. Voss, C.I.; Provost, A.M. SUTRA, A Model for Saturated-Unsaturated Variable-Density Ground-Water Flow with Solute or Energy Transport; Water-Resources Investigations Report 02-4231; US Geologic Survey: Reston, VA, USA, 2002.

7. Brunner, P.; Simmons, C.T. HydroGeoSphere: A fully integrated, physically based hydrological model. Ground Water 2012, 50, 170-176. [CrossRef]

8. Qu, Y.; Duffy, C.J. A semidiscrete finite volume formulation for multiprocess watershed simulation. Water Resources Res. 2007, 43. [CrossRef]

9. Harbaugh, A.W.; Banta, E.R.; Hill, M.C.; McDonald, M.G. MODFLOW-2000, the US Geological Survey Modular Ground-Water Model: User Guide to Modularization Concepts and the Ground-Water Flow Process; US Geological Survey: Reston, VA, USA, 2000.

10. Markstrom, S.L.; Niswonger, R.G.; Regan, R.S.; Prudic, D.E.; Barlow, P.M. GSFLOW-Coupled Ground-water and Surface-water flow model based on the integration of the Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System (PRMS) and the Modular Ground-Water Flow Model. (MODFLOW-2005); US Geologic Survey: Reston, VA, USA, 2008; Volume 6, p. 240.

11. Kavvas, M.L.; Chen, Z.Q.; Dogrul, C.; Yoon, J.Y.; Ohara, N.; Liang, L.; Aksoy, H.; Anderson, M.L.; Yoshitani, J.; Fukami, K.; Matsuura, T. Watershed Environmental Hydrology (WEHY) model based on upscaled conservation equations: Hydrologic module. J. Hydrol. Eng. 2004, 9, 450-464. [CrossRef]

12. IWFM: Integrated Water Flow Model. Available online: http://baydeltaoffice.water.ca.gov/modeling/ hydrology/IWFM/ (accessed on 13 October 2016).

13. Dogrul, E.C. Integrated Water Flow Model. (IWFM-2015): Theoretical documentation. Modeling Support Branch, Bay-Delta Office, Department of Water Resources: Sacramento, CA, USA, 2016. Available online: http://baydeltaoffice.water.ca.gov/modeling/hydrology/IWFM/IWFM2015/v2015_ 0_475/downloadables/IWFM-2015.0.475_TheoreticalDocumentation.pdf (accessed on 28 September 2016).

14. Wang, H.F.; Anderson, M.P. Introduction to Groundwater Modeling: Finite Difference and Finite Element Methods; Academic Press: San Diego, CA, USA, 1995; p. 237.

15. Anderson, D.A.; Tannehill, J.C.; Pletcher, R.H. Computational Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer; Taylor & Francis: USA, 1984; p. 599.

16. Mehl, S.W.; Hill, M.C. MODFLOW-2005, The US Geological Survey modular ground-water model-Documentation of shared node local grid refinement (LGR) and the boundary flow and head (BFH) package, 2006. Available online: http://pubs.usgs.gov/tm/2006/tm6a12/pdf/TM6-A12.pdf (accessed on 28 September 2016).

17. Chaudhry, M.H. Open-Channel Flow; Springer Science & Business Media: Englewood Cliffs, NJ, USA, 2007; p. 523.

18. Dogrul, E.C. IWFM Demand Calculator-IDC-2015: Theoretical documentation and user's manual. Modeling Support Branch, Bay-Delta Office, Department of Water Resources: Sacramento, CA, USA, 2016. Available online: http://baydeltaoffice.water.ca.gov/modeling/hydrology/IDC/IDC-2015/v2015_0_42/ downloadables/IDC-2015.0.42_Documentation.pdf (accessed on 30 September 2016).

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