ARAMS is a decision-support software tool that incorporates existing databases and models for fate/transport, exposure, intake/uptake, and effects (human and ecological health impacts) into an object-oriented, conceptual site modeling framework. With ARAMS, the user has the flexibility to visually specify, through objects, multimedia pathways and risk scenarios, and can choose which particular module (i.e., model, database) to use for each object. Risk Assessment CSMs can be easily created and exported for documentation and project team involvement. This presentation will be an overview of the program, will show the power of the user environment to combine models, and several example uses; but is not a tutorial and is not intended to inform on the intricacies and nuances of the individual models involved.
For general information contact Michael Adam
by telephone at 703-603-9915
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