Uncertainty analysis is becoming a standard component in groundwater modelling projects. There are a wide range of uncertainty analysis techniques available that differ in assumptions, approaches and computational demand. Despite these differences, they share a number of prerequisites from the data, model and project management, that need to be satisfied before any of the approaches can be applied successfully.
This presentation gave a high-level overview of uncertainty analysis techniques, their advantages and drawbacks and discussed the prerequisites for uncertainty analysis in a groundwater modelling project.


Luk Peeters


Luk has over 10 years research experience in environmental impact assessment and modelling groundwater dynamics at regional to continental scales for water resource management. His research features a... Read more

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