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wrcr20103-sup-0001-fs01.pdf1753KThis figure shows observed concentration time-series from the constant rate injection in red, all Monte-Carlo model simulations in blue, and “behavioral” simulations in green. “Behavioral” simulations are defined as the best 10% of all 2000 Monte-Carlo simulations. The purpose of this figure is to display the performance of the behavioral simulations, relative to all Monte-Carlo simulations.
wrcr20103-sup-0002-fs02.pdf1381KThis figure shows observed concentration time-series from the slug injection in red, all Monte-Carlo model simulations in blue, and “behavioral” simulations in green. “Behavioral” simulations are defined as the best 10% of all 2000 Monte-Carlo simulations. The purpose of this figure is to display the performance of the behavioral simulations, relative to all Monte-Carlo simulations.
wrcr20103-sup-0003-fs03.pdf606KThis figure shows normalized cumulative distributions of RMSE values from Monte-Carlo simulations of constant rate injection data. The blue line is the normalized cumulative distribution of all 2000 Monte-Carlo samples, while the green line is the normalized cumulative distribution of the top 10% “behavioral” samples. The behavioral samples represent a minority of best performing model simulations, according to the RMSE objective function used in this study.
wrcr20103-sup-0004-fs04.pdf582KThis figure shows normalized cumulative distributions of RMSE values from Monte-Carlo simulations of slug injection data. The blue line is the normalized cumulative distribution of all 2000 Monte-Carlo samples, while the green line is the normalized cumulative distribution of the top 10% “behavioral” samples. The behavioral samples represent a minority of best performing model simulations, according to the RMSE objective function used in this study.

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