Accession Number : ADA133265
Title : Feasibility Study for an Air Force Environmental Model and Data Exchange. Volume 4. Appendix G. Model Review and Index-Air Multimedia and Other Models, Plus Data Bases.
Descriptive Note : 9Final rept. Mar 81-Feb 83,
Corporate Author : GENERAL SOFTWARE CORP LANDOVER MD
Personal Author(s) : McKenzie,Stewart ; Milask,Larry ; Long,Roger
PDF Url : ADA133265
Report Date : Jul 1983
Pagination or Media Count : 310
Abstract : The study assesses Air Force needs and capabilities for environmental consequences modeling, Air Force model application capabilities, and proposes resources available to overcome identified deficiencies. Needs for environmental information and analytical techniques were studied, and strategies proposed by which the modeling capabilities could evolve toward a comprehensive environmental information network, user community, and data exchange. The recommended information network would be known as the Air Force Environmental Model and Data Exchange (AFEMDEX). The technical report consists of four volumes. Volume 4: MODEL REVIEW AND INDEX - AIR, MULTIMEDIA AND OTHER MODELS, PLUS DATABASES. A brief introduction to air models, by application category, precedes an extensive directory of air quality models. The directory further provides reviews of multimedia, geology and soil, ecology, socioeconomic, exposure, noise, waste disposal, chemical spill, and traffic models. Further, a brief introduction to databases is followed by reviews for water, air, chemical and noise databases. Reviews of models presented include (in general): (1) model name; (2) sponsor/developer; (3) contact; (4) model availability; (5) model abstract; (6) citation references; (7) current user (8) implementation hardware/software; (9) input requirements; (10) output products; (11) synopsis of major parameters.
Descriptors : *Environmental management, *Data bases, *Information systems, *Information exchange, Networks, Models, Mathematical models, Air Force planning, Computer applications, Management information systems, Input output processing, Data management, Directories, Air quality, Waste disposal, Environmental protection, User needs, Feasibility studies
Subject Categories : Administration and Management
Human Factors Engineering & Man Machine System
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE