Groundwater Plume Analytics®
Powerful, Innovative, and Proprietary Data Analytics Tools
Innovative, unique, powerful…those are just some of the words used to describe our one-of-a-kind Groundwater Plume Analytics® tools.
Our Groundwater Plume Analytics® tools take simple or complex numerical data sets and process them into meaningful and easy-to-understand graphical data outputs (i.e. analytics). These innovative and proprietary methodologies have been used by governmental agencies and industrial clients to better understand groundwater plume behavior.
These tools include: the Ricker Method® plume stability analysis, which assesses groundwater plume stability; the US-patented Remediation System Benefit Analysis™, which evaluates whether your plume is shrinking because of or despite a remediation system; the patent-pending Spatial-Change Indicator™, which graphically displays areas of the plume that may be attenuating, sourcing, or co-mingling; and the US-patented Well Sufficiency Analysis™, which evaluates how many monitoring wells you can remove while continuing to maintain plume analysis integrity.
There are a number of other tools available, all with the goal of providing the user with value-added, scientifically-defensible, easy-to-understand results, and a better understanding of what is really going on within a groundwater plume.
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Spatial Change Indicator™ Analysis (Pat. Pend.)
Well Sufficiency Analysis™ (U.S. Pat. No. 10,304,223)
LNAPL Removal Benefit Analysis (LRBA)