Acknowledgements

Assistance of the GMDSI's project in facilitating development of recent PEST-support software (particularly, TS6PROC, OLPROC, LUMPREM and updates to PLPROC) is gratefully acknowledged.

Over many years, a wide group of people has contributed to the ideas behind PEST and to its development. They have done so either as individuals, or in accordance with collaborative and consulting arrangements with Watermark Numerical Computing through the institutions for which they worked at the time. These individuals are now listed, together with the name of the their institution. Names are supplied in alphabetical order. Please forgive me if I have forgotten anyone.

  • Philip Brunner (University of Neuchatel)
  • Wes Burrows (University of Queensland)
  • Tim Cera (St. Johns River Water Management District)
  • Tom Clemo (CGISS, Boise State University)
  • Steen Christensen (Aarhus University)
  • Donna Cosgrove (University of Idaho)
  • Dave Dahlstrom (Barr Engineering Company)
  • Alyssa Dausman (USGS)
  • Mike Fienen (USGS)
  • Mark Gallagher (self-employed)
  • Trey Grubbs (Suwannee River Water Manangement District)
  • Doug Hayes (SSPA)
  • Randy Hunt (USGS)
  • Scott James (Sandia National Laboratory)
  • Gary Johnson (University of Idaho)
  • Elizabeth Keating (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
  • Chris Langevin (USGS)
  • Francesca Lotti (Kataclima)
  • Catherine Moore (GNS, New Zealand)
  • Chris Muffels (SSPA)
  • Mike Shook (Idaho National Engineering Laboratory)
  • Matt Tonkin (SSPA)
  • Willem Schreuder (Principia Mathematica)
  • Brian Skahill (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers)
  • Jim Van der Water (Thomas Harder and Associates)
  • Dave Welter (South Florida Water Management District)
  • Jeremy White (USGS)
  • Allan Wylie (University of Idaho)
  • Steve Young (URS)
  • George Zyvoloski (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

Funding for the development of parts of PEST, or for supporting utility software, has been received, at one time or another, from all of the following institutions; names are supplied in alphabetical order.

  • Aquaveo
  • CGISS, Boise State University
  • CH2M Hill
  • GMDSI (which is funded by BHP and Rio Tinto)
  • Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • Environmental Simulations Inc.
  • Idaho National Engineering Laboratory
  • Matrix Solutions Inc
  • National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training, Australia
  • Northern Territory Department of Natural Resources, Environment and the Arts
  • Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Water
  • South Florida Water Management District
  • University of Idaho
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • U.S. Geological Survey
  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Victoria Department of Natural Resources and Environment
  • Waterloo Hydrogeologic
  • California Department of Water Resources