10:30 AM-12:30 PM
Recent research has focused on using data from both pressure or head and transmissivity or permeability data to reconstruct plausible maps of the associated variables. This joint use of data often has a geostatistical basis and includes estimation and prediction. The speakers will discuss these and other techniques, including optimization methods. They will also consider the effects of variation of input parameters and effects on decision making. The minisymposium should be of interest to hydrologists, petroleum engineers, and environmental engineers.
Organizer: Allan Gutjahr
New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
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