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1. Goddard Earth Observing System Model, Version 5 (GEOS-5) [NASA_GEOS-5]
The Goddard Earth Observing System Model, Version 5 (GEOS-5) is a system of models integrated using the Earth System Modeling Framework (ESMF). The GEOS-5 DAS integrates the GEOS-5 AGCM with the Gridpoint ...

2. FluxNet [FluxNet]
FluxNet is the neural network version of Streamer, a radiative transfer model. Given a set of input data consisting of surface, cloud, and atmospheric characteristics, FluxNet calculates upwelling ...

3. Streamer - A Radiative Transfer Model [Streamer]
Streamer is a radiative transfer model that can be used for computing either radiances (intensities) or irradiances (fluxes) for a wide variety of atmospheric and surface conditions. Its interface ...

4. CALINE3 - A Versatile Dispersion Model for Predicting Air Pollutant Levels Near Highways and Arterial Streets [CALINE3_Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) CALINE3 is a steady-state Gaussian dispersion model designed to determine air pollution concentrations at receptor locations downwind of "at-grade," "fill," "bridge," ...

5. VISCREEN - Plume Screening Model [VISCREEN-Model]
VISCREEN calculates the potential impact of a plume of specified emissions for specific transport and dispersion conditions.

6. DEGADIS (Dense Gas Dispersion Model) [DEGADIS-Model]
DEGADIS (Dense Gas Dispersion Model) simulates the atmospheric dispersion at ground-level, area source dense gas (or aerosol) clouds released with zero momentum into the atmospheric boundary layer ...

7. Community Multi-scale Air Quality (CMAQ) Model [CMAQ_Model]
The Community Multi-scale Air Quality (CMAQ) modeling system has been designed to approach air quality as a whole by including state-of-the-science capabilities for modeling multiple air quality issues, ...

8. Complex Terrain Dispersion Model Plus Algorithms for Unstable Situations [CTDMPLUS-Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) CTDMPLUS (Complex Terrain Dispersion Model Plus Algorithms for Unstable Situations) is a refined point source Gaussian air quality model for use in all stability conditions ...

9. Multi-Chamber Concentration And Exposure Model (MCCEM) [EPA-MCCEM]
Multi- Chamber Concentration and Exposure Model (MCCEM) .- Estimates average and peak indoor air concentrations of chemicals released from products or materials in houses, apartments, townhouses, ...

10. OBODM Model [OBODM-Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) OBODM Intended for use in evaluating the potential air quality impacts of the open burning and detonation (OB/OD) of obsolete munitions and solid ...

11. US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Air Quality Forecasts and Ozone Maps (AIRnow) [EPA_AIRNOW]
The United States Environmental Protection Agency's Airnow web site is a comprehensive source for air quality related information. The EPA calculates the air quality index ...

12. Public Health Application in Remote Sensing (PHAiRS) [PHAiRS]
State and local health officials face a wide range of challenges from DUI and tobacco-related illnesses to environmental and infectious diseases. To meet these challenges, officials require dynamic ...

13. AERMOD Modeling System [AERMOD_Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) The American Meteorological Society/Environmental Protection Agency Regulatory Model Improvement Committee (AERMIC) was formed to introduce state-of-the-art modeling concepts ...

14. Assessment System for Population Exposure Nationwide [EPA_ASPEN]
The Assessment System for Population Exposure Nationwide (ASPEN) consists of a dispersion and a mapping module. The dispersion module is a Gaussian formulation based on ISCST3 for estimating ambient ...

15. Chemical Mass Balance Model [CMB8]
The Chemical Mass Balance (CMB) Model EPA-CMBv8.2 is one of several receptor models that has been applied to air quality problems over the last two decades. Based on an effective-variance least squares ...

16. COMPLEX1 - Terrain Screening Model [COMPLEX1-Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) COMPLEX1 a multiple point source screening technique with terrain adjustment that incorporates the plume impaction algorithm of the VALLEY model. http://www.epa.gov/scram001/dispersion_screening.htm#complex1

17. Bouyant Line and Point Source Model [BLP-Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) BLP (Bouyant Line and Point Source Model ) a Gaussian plume dispersion model designed to handle unique modeling problems associated with aluminum reduction plants, and ...

18. Emissions Modeling System for Hazardous Pollutants (EMS-HAP) [EMS_HAP]
The Emissions Modeling System for Hazardous Pollutants (EMS-HAP) is an emissions processor that performs the steps needed to process an emission inventory for input into the ASPEN model or the ISCST3 ...

19. HYbrid ROADway Model [HYROAD-Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) The HYbrid ROADway Model (HYROAD) integrates three historically individual modules that simulate the effects of traffic, emissions and dispersion. The traffic module ...

20. ISC3 - Industrial Source Complex Model [ISC3_Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) ISC3 (Industrial Source Complex Model) a steady-state Gaussian plume model which can be used to assess pollutant concentrations from a wide variety of sources associated ...

21. OCD - Offshore and Coastal Dispersion Model [OCD_Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) OCD (Offshore and Coastal Dispersion Model) a straight line Gaussian model developed to determine the impact of offshore emissions from point, area or line sources on ...

22. OZIPR Model [OZIPR-Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) OZIPR is based on EPA's Ozone Isopleth Plotting Program (OZIPP) Model, but contains improved and expanded capabilities that make the model useful for research purposes. ...

23. AFTOX (Air Force Toxics Model) [AFTOX-Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) AFTOX (Air Force Toxics Model) a Gaussian dispersion model that will handle continuous or instantaneous liquid or gas elevated or surface releases from point or area ...

24. PLUVUEII Model [PLUVUEII-Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) PLUVUEII A model used for estimating visual range reduction and atmospheric discoloration caused by plumes resulting from the emissions of particles, nitrogen oxides, ...

25. SCREEN3 - Industrial Source Complex Model [SCREEN3_Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) SCREEN3 a single source Gaussian plume model which provides maximum ground-level concentrations for point, area, flare, and volume sources, as well as concentrations in ...

26. Shoreline Dispersion Model [SLAB-Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) The SLAB model treats denser-than-air releases by solving the one-dimensional equations of momentum, conservation of mass, species, and energy, and the equation of state. ...

27. VALLEY - Terrain Screening Model [VALLEY-Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) VALLEY is a steady-state, complex terrain, univariate Gaussian plume dispersion algorithm designed for estimating either 24-hour or annual concentrations resulting from ...

28. ADAM - Air Force Dispersion Assessment Model [ADAM-Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) ADAM (Air Force Dispersion Assessment Model) a modified box and Gaussian dispersion model which incorporates thermodynamics, chemistry, heat transfer, aerosol loading, ...

29. Complex Terrain Screening Model [CTSCREEN-Model]
(Summary adapted from EPA.) CTSCREEN (Complex Terrain Screening model) a Gaussian plume dispersion model designed as a screening technique for regulatory application to plume impaction assessments ...

30. RTDM3.2 - Rough Terrain Diffusion Model [RTDM3.2-Model]
The Rough Terrain Diffusion Model (RTDM3.2) is a sequential Gaussian plume model designed to estimate ground-level concentrations in rough (or flat) terrain in the vicinity of one or more co-located ...

31. TSCREEN - Toxics Screening Model [TSCREEN-Model]
[Summary adapted from EPA.] TSCREEN (Toxics Screening) a Gaussian model that implements the procedures to correctly analyze toxic emissions and their subsequent dispersion from one of many different ...

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