Implementing a stochastic element to BioplumeII, a software package
used to study groundwater contamination. (1995)
I worked with Lanie Hauschel,
a former statistics graduate student, to allow the Bioplume user
to introduce uncertainty into the groundwater model.
Our work was part of a larger project involving
Ensor from the Department of Statistics, and
Dr. Hanadi Rifai and Dr. Loren Hopkins, both previously associated
Department of Environmental Science and Engineering.
Studying and writing a technical report on the methods
used to handle
nondetects for statistical analysis in environmental studies.