Presentation on theme: "SHOWME Systematic Historical Overview of Water Management and Environmental Data Why Massive Data Display tools needed? Groundwater and Waste Site Monitoring:"— Presentation transcript:
SHOWME Systematic Historical Overview of Water Management and Environmental Data Why Massive Data Display tools needed? Groundwater and Waste Site Monitoring: Costs Large Resources and Time Databases are large LACK OF VISUAL REPRESENTATION RESULTS IN Limited uses of data Scientists, Public and Regulators demand more data Consultants For Environmental System Technologies (CFEST Co.) 10 Damara Street, CA 92614 Phone (949) 474 -4558 email@example.com www.cfest.com www.EnviroDataAccess.com firstname.lastname@example.org.EnviroDataAccess.com
SHOWME Systematic Historical Overview of Water Management and Environmental Data SHOWME tools generate concise informative plots of: Monitoring station Hydrographs Monitoring station Hydrographs Geologic data Soil boring data Geologic data Soil boring data Each plot includes: Location map Rainfall Hydrograph Geologic data Well construction Chemical Plots include: Regulatory Limits and Laboratory Qualifier Flag
SHOWME Systematic Historical Overview of Water Management and Environmental Data Waste Site Databases Processed by our Tools DOE Hanford, Richland, WA EPA Stringfellow, CADOD Air Force Base Dayton, OH DOE Fernald, Cincinnati, OH EPA Aerojet CADOD El Toro Base, CA DOE Savannah, Aiken, SC EPA San Gabriel Basin, CA DOE Oak Ridge LabEPA OII Land Fill, CA
Historical Monitoring Station Data display with location map, precipitation data, hydrograph, geology, well construction, regulatory limits, and other relevant information. (Reduced copy of 11x17 plot)
K25 Site- DOE Oak Ridge TN National Laboratory (reduced copy of 11 x 17 inch plot)
Hydrograph Plots- include rainfall, location map, well details, and field notes
Concise comprehensive soil boring data display This is a reduced copy of 11x17 plot. Actual data and location map is displayed on left page and chemical plot on right page. Only at limited locations concentration exceeds regulatory limits.
Chemical above action level are shown in solid bars. Chemical name and Units Field measurements Location map Display of Soil Boring data of Del Amo (Superfund site) California
Well Log Plots include location map, tabular data, well construction details Well log data is important component of the environmental database. Due to high cost of drilling, adequacy of geologic data is a key issue for each waste site. For groundwater modeling, and interpretation of monitoring data, geologic conceptual model has to be developed. Our format includes visual and tabular data. For this site 300 plots are generated in less than 15 minutes of computer time.
SHOWME Systematic Historical Overview of Water Management and Environmental Data Interface of SHOWME tools with waste site and groundwater basin database: Generates instantly concise comprehensive displays of all the groundwater level, water quality, geology, and soil boring data. Eliminates need for data down load and plotting by individual staff Assists in interaction with regulators, stakeholders, and public Reduces collection of trivial or duplicate data SHOWME displays have assisted regulators and site managers to evaluate severity of chemical distributions, design monitoring plans, and perform corrective action.