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Exposure Assessment Models


The Multimedia Exposure Assessment Model (MULTIMED) for exposure assessment simulates the movement of contaminants leaching from a waste disposal facility. The MULTIMED model has been modified (MULTIMDP) to simulate the transport and fate of first- and second-generation transformation (daughter) products that migrate from a waste source through the unsaturated and saturated zones to a down gradient receptor well.

Current Version: 1.0
Release Date: October 1996
Development Status: General Release
Development Information: Release Notes - changes and known deficiencies
Operating System: DOS
Development Language: FORTRAN
Intended Audience: Environmental Scientist/Regulator
Key Words: assessment, chemistry, discharge, environmental effects, facilities, waste generation, ground water, hydrology, lakes, risk, rivers, streams, surface water, test/analysis
Related Web Sites: None Available
Text Files (ASCII Format)
File Name File Description
ABSTRACT.TXT Summary of functions, theory, and applicability.
README.TXT Important installation and usage information.
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File Name /
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Install /
Self-extracting Executable /
3.3 MB
Setup file for version 1.0 of the MULTIMED Daughter Process system. See README.TXT for important installation instructions. INSTALDP.EXE installs MULTIMED Daughter Process software and documentation and must be executed from DOS or a DOS command prompt.