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Trends Newsletter | Spring 2020

Democratized Environmental Modeling – A New Paradigm

Spring 2020 | Environmental Modeling | by Jeffrey T. Rominger, Ph.D. and John M. Kondziolka, M.S., E.I.T

Democratized Environmental Modeling – A New Paradigm

Increased access and ease of use have made modeling a staple in environmental projects of all kinds.

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The Right Tools for the Job:  Versatility in Environmental Modeling

Spring 2020 | Environmental Modeling | by Amy L. Dale, Ph.D and Matthew Mayo, M.S., GISP, CPG, P.G.

The Right Tools for the Job: Versatility in Environmental Modeling

The continuous growth of new applications for modeling in environmental projects inspires creativity but requires discretion on the part of the scientists responsible.

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The Living Site Model

Spring 2020 | Environmental Modeling | by John M. Kondziolka, M.S., E.I.T. and Shuo Zhao, M.S.

The Living Site Model

Updating models over time brings them “to life,” allowing for adaptive, responsive results.

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Narrowing the Gap:  Conceptualizing Complex Problems in the Development of Vapor Intrusion Models

Spring 2020 | Environmental Modeling | by Kelly G. Pennell, Ph.D., P.E.

Narrowing the Gap: Conceptualizing Complex Problems in the Development of Vapor Intrusion Models

Vapor intrusion models that include alternative pathways help bridge the gap between conceptual and numerical models.

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What's New at Gradient

Spring 2020 | Environmental Modeling | by Gradient

What's New at Gradient

A listing of awards, announcements, recent publications and upcoming presentations.

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