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iSGTW Image of the Week - Modeling Underground Waterflow with CODESA-3D

Image of the Week - Modeling Underground Waterflow with CODESA-3D


CODESA-3D visualization of underground waterflow in the Korba aquifer in Tunisia.
Image courtesy of Giuditta Lecca, CRS4, Italy and Domenico Vicinanza, CERN-IT and University of Salerno, Italy

CODESA-3D, or COupled DEnsity-dependent variably SAturated flow and miscible transport, is an EUMedGrid application that models water movement in aquifers.

This three-dimensional simulator can help hydrologists calculate how much fresh water can be pumped from costal aquifers before risking salt water contamination.

EUMedGrid aims to create a grid infrastructure for research in the Mediterranean region.

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