Microcomputer Methods for Toxicants in Ground Waters and Rivers

by William B. Mills, Tetra Tech Inc, Lafayette, CA, USA,
Victor Kwong, Tetra Tech Inc, Lafayette, CA, USA,
Lingfung Mok, Tetra Tech Inc, Lafayette, CA, USA,
Michael J. Ungs, Tetra Tech Inc, Lafayette, CA, USA,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Environmental Engineering

Abstract:

This paper describes a program written for the IBM personal computers to assess the fate of toxicants in ground waters and in rivers. The algorithms in the program were selected from a screening level manual developed to assist planners in assessing the severity and extent of water quality problems. The algorithms have been divided into three major categories: ground water, environmental chemistry, and rivers.



Subject Headings: Computing in civil engineering | Water quality | Water resources | Computer software | Groundwater pollution | Rivers and streams | Quality control | Algorithms

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