Linking MODFLOW with an agent-based land-use model to support decision making.

@article{Reeves2010LinkingMW,
  title={Linking MODFLOW with an agent-based land-use model to support decision making.},
  author={Howard William Reeves and Moira L. Zellner},
  journal={Ground water},
  year={2010},
  volume={48 5},
  pages={
          649-60
        }
}
The U.S. Geological Survey numerical groundwater flow model, MODFLOW, was integrated with an agent-based land-use model to yield a simulator for environmental planning studies. Ultimately, this integrated simulator will be used as a means to organize information, illustrate potential system responses, and facilitate communication within a participatory modeling framework. Initial results show the potential system response to different zoning policy scenarios in terms of the spatial patterns of… CONTINUE READING
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