Environmental models are used to predict future effects of certain
activities, such as groundwater withdrawal and contamination
transport in groundwater and air. Computer models are also used to
recreate conditions to predict what may have happened in the past.
Models may be an effective tool to evaluate responsible parties,
predict future contaminant transport in groundwater, design
appropriate monitoring frequency, evaluate potential effects of
groundwater withdrawal, and evaluate and design appropriate remedial
When presenting technical issues to regulators or to the courts,
computer models can be a powerful tool; when used properly. As with
any computer program, the output is only as good as the input. The
Dragun Corporation uses a multi-disciplinary approach so our
computer models are much more than just data output.
staff of engineers, hydrogeologists, soil chemists, and
environmental scientists work together to provide meaningful data
input for models so the output is reliable and defensible.
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