E4D is a 3D geophysical modeling and inversion program designed for subsurface imaging and monitoring using static and time-lapse electrical resistivity tomography (ERT), spectral induced polarization (SIP) and travel-time tomography data.
PNNL’s integrated software systems (FRAMES, MEPAS, MetView, APGEMS, CAPP) allow users to assess the environmental fate and transport of contaminants—and the potential impacts on humans and the environment—in a systematic, holistic approach.
PNNL designs, delivers, and manages training programs that enable partners worldwide to understand their individual or organizational roles and responsibilities, fulfill a job function, or strengthen a particular skill set.
PNNL has developed performance assessment guidance for remediation of volatile contaminants in the vadose zone, inorganic contaminant remediation in the vadose zone, and pump-and-treat of groundwater contaminant plumes.
PNNL's River Corridor Hydrobiogeochemistry Scientific Focus Area works to transform understanding of spatial and temporal dynamics in river corridor hydrobiogeochemical functions from molecular reaction to watershed and basin scales.
The Suite Of Comprehensive Rapid Analysis Tools for Environmental Sites online tools provide rapid data analytics and visualization of environmental data supporting remedy decisions, optimization, and exit strategies.
STOMP is a suite of numerical simulators for solving problems involving coupled flow and transport processes in the subsurface. The suite of STOMP simulators is distinguished by application areas and solved mathematical equations.
Visual Sample Plan (VSP) is a software tool that supports the development of a defensible sampling plan based on statistical sampling theory and the statistical analysis of sample results to support confident decision making.
PNNL develops training, exercises, and assessments to prepare and equip border security officers to detect, identify, and interdict the illicit movements of materials, commodities, and components associated with WMD.
WHONDRS is a research consortium aiming to understand coupled hydrologic, biogeochemical, and microbial function within river corridors. They emphasize increasing accessibility of resources and knowledge throughout the research life cycle.