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The purpose of this chapter is to illustrate how modeling programs can be used to interpret groundwater movement. In addition, support models are presented, the purpose of which is to help the geologist make essential economic decisions and to communicate effectively with regulatory agencies.

An essential part of any report is its presentation. For this reason, programs that help in report preparation are also presented. These include contouring capabilities, graphing programs, and a program designed specifically for editing the huge matrices of numbers that are typically generated by the modeler. The programs that are discussed are mostly in the public domain, or are relatively inexpensive to purchase, and all are sized to be used on standard IBM-clone PC.

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