Resources and Models
Bibliography of fugacity-based models
Errata for 3rd ed. of "Multimedia Environmental Modelling: The Fugacity Approach"
CEMC Chemical Space Plot Generator
Models are provided "as is" with no guarantees, as described in the License agreements. Users are urged to read the License agreement provided with each model prior to installing or using the software. And, although these models are provided as "freeware", in fairness to the developers, the funding agencies and partners, and to all users, they are copyright.
Databases within the models are not intended as an authoritative information source and all physical chemical properties should be verified by the user. Users should be especially careful about the temperature dependence of physical chemical properties.
From time to time we upgrade our models to correct any problems or errors and to reflect improvements in scientific knowledge. Check this page regularly for updates.
Note: Spreadsheet versions of models are always "translations" of the most recent VB versions if such a version exists. Both the VB and Excel versions should give identical results. Version numbering starts with 4.00 for spreadsheet versions, but do not imply changes to the content of the models. Versions higher than 4.00 imply minor corrections to the beta versions that have been made in development.
Thank you for your cooperation and your interest in our models. For any further information, please contact Mark Parnis.
CEMC current spreadsheet and older VB Models:
Level IV (Ver 1.50)
PBPK (Physiologically-Based pharmacokinetic model)
QWASI (Quantitative Water Air Sediment Interaction)
AirWater Model (Version 4.31)
TMF (Trophic Magnification Factors)
CEMC Visual Basic Software Models:
BASL4 (Biosolids-Amended Soil: Level IV)
Models by other researchers recommended by the CEMC:
BAT (Bioaccumulation Assessment Tool)
HRMS (High-Resolution Multispecies)
RAIDAR (Risk Assessment IDentification And Ranking)