SEAM3DSequential Electron Acceptor Model 3-Dimensions
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Now 12 years later, he has an improved Sequential Electron Acceptor Model, 3 Dimensional (SEAM3D) and the software has been accepted as the preferred bioremediation code by the Waterways Experiment Station (WES) of Vicksburg, Miss.
The SEAM3D computer model developed by Widdowson is the tool now used to determine how well microorganisms will respond to contaminated ground water at each site and whether or not nature can handle the problem alone.
Navy to use SEAM3D to predict the spread of chlorinated solvents at its Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base in Virginia Beach.