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Salt water intrusion modeling in the Flemish coastal plain based on a hydrogeological database

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The Flemish Environment Agency (VMM) is responsible for providing recommendations related to the withdrawal of groundwater in the phreatic aquifer of the Flemish Coastal Plain. To assess the impact of this withdrawal on the freshwater heads and on the distribution of fresh and salt water in the aquifer, the agency uses a 3D density dependent groundwater flow model MOCDENS3D (Lebbe & Oude Essink 1999). Although a large number of hydrogeological data were already collected and stored in a database of the agency, the draw up of the input file for this model was very time consuming. Therefore, an interface was needed between the model and the hydrogeological database to reduce the time for the set up of the needed input files.

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Lebbe, Luc, Johan Lermytte, Dieter Vandevelde, Alexander Vandenbohede, Didier D’hont, and Paul Thomas. 2008. “Salt Water Intrusion Modeling in the Flemish Coastal Plain Based on a Hydrogeological Database.” In SWIM : 20th Salt Water Intrusion Meeting : Program and Proceedings Book, 286–289.
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Lebbe, L., Lermytte, J., Vandevelde, D., Vandenbohede, A., D’hont, D., & Thomas, P. (2008). Salt water intrusion modeling in the Flemish coastal plain based on a hydrogeological database. SWIM : 20th salt water intrusion meeting : program and proceedings book (pp. 286–289). Presented at the 20th Salt Water Intrusion Meeting (SWIM-20).
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Lebbe L, Lermytte J, Vandevelde D, Vandenbohede A, D’hont D, Thomas P. Salt water intrusion modeling in the Flemish coastal plain based on a hydrogeological database. SWIM : 20th salt water intrusion meeting : program and proceedings book. 2008. p. 286–9.
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Lebbe, Luc, Johan Lermytte, Dieter Vandevelde, et al. “Salt Water Intrusion Modeling in the Flemish Coastal Plain Based on a Hydrogeological Database.” SWIM : 20th Salt Water Intrusion Meeting : Program and Proceedings Book. 2008. 286–289. Print.
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  abstract     = {The Flemish Environment Agency (VMM) is responsible for providing recommendations related to the withdrawal of groundwater in the phreatic aquifer of the Flemish Coastal Plain. To assess the impact of this withdrawal on the freshwater heads and on the distribution of fresh and salt water in the aquifer, the agency uses a 3D density dependent groundwater flow model MOCDENS3D (Lebbe \& Oude Essink 1999). Although a large number of hydrogeological data were already collected and stored in a database of the agency, the draw up of the input file for this model was very time consuming. Therefore, an interface was needed between the model and the hydrogeological database to reduce the time for the set up of the needed input files.},
  author       = {Lebbe, Luc and Lermytte, Johan  and Vandevelde, Dieter and Vandenbohede, Alexander and D'hont, Didier and Thomas, Paul},
  booktitle    = {SWIM : 20th salt water intrusion meeting : program and proceedings book},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Naples, FL, USA},
  pages        = {286--289},
  title        = {Salt water intrusion modeling in the Flemish coastal plain based on a hydrogeological database},
  url          = {http://www.falw.vu/{\texttildelow}swim/pdf/swim20/file305-308.pdf},
  year         = {2008},
}