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Modeling the fate of down-the-drain chemicals in rivers: An improved software for GREAT-ER

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Modeling the fate of down-the-drain chemicals in rivers: An improved software for GREAT-ER
GREAT-ER (Geography-referenced Regional Exposure Assessment Tool for European Rivers) is a model system for predicting chemical fate and exposure in surface waters. The GREAT-ER approach combines a series of well studied models (for sewers, waste water treatment plants and rivers) with spatial information managed by a GIS. A new version of GREAT-ER (version 2) has been developed which has a number of improved features compared to its predecessor. All components are now implemented as Free Software and make use of Free Software where possible. This simplifies the distribution, use and extension of the system and its components for scientific applications. In addition, two new platformindependent user interfaces have been developed. The first is a simplified web-based interface for easy access without installation and the second is a full-featured desktop version. The model system has been redesigned to increase its flexibility for the modification and extension of its component models....
F. Koormann, J. Rominger, D. Schowanek, J.-O. Wagn
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where ENVSOFT
Authors F. Koormann, J. Rominger, D. Schowanek, J.-O. Wagner, R. Schröder, T. Wind, M. Silvani, M. J. Whelan
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