In this paper published in Computers & Geosciences, we present OM-MADE, an open-source solution to help a first analysis and simulation of long tail multi-peaked Breakthrough curves observed in karstic systems. OM-MADE (One-dimensional Model for Multiple Advection, Dispersion, and storage in Exchanging zones) is an open-source Python code available on the Github platform : . The capacities of the software to combine dual-advective-dispersive flow and interaction with immobile water along a flow path discretized into several reaches is demonstrated on the Furfooz area (Belgium).

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Tinet A.J., Collon P., Philippe C., Dewaide L., Hallet V. (2019). OM-MADE: An open-source program to simulate one-dimensional solute transport in multiple exchanging conduits and storage zones. Computers & Geosciences, 127, 23–35.