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Although the differences in calculation between these two approaches to computing a contaminant boundary may appear subtle, they are dramatically different in terms of their interpretation. The first approach provides an area in which there is a high degree of certainty that risk values are not lower than the calculated value, while the second approach provides an area in which there is a low probability that one will exceed a specified risk. These two types of boundaries are a direct result of the uncertainty analysis, but with different perspectives: contaminated zone versus uncontaminated zone.
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Hypothetical groundwater flow and transport components for the two-dimensional flow model. 49 a d b e c f Figure A2. Spatial distribution of solute concentration for simulations 1 and 2 in the appendix. Images a, b, and c represent the concentrations for the no-well simulation at 250, 500, and 750 years, respectively. Images d, e, and f represent the concentrations for the simulation that included at pumping well at 250, 500, and 750 years, respectively. 50 a d b e c f Figure A3. Spatial distribution of solute concentration for simulations 3 and 4 in the appendix.