||ProUCL Version 3.0 User Guide.
Singh, A. ;
Singh, A. K. ;
Maichle, R. W. ;
||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. ;Lockheed Martin Technology Services Group, Las Vegas, NV. Environmental Services. ;Nevada Univ., Las Vegas. Dept. of Mathematics.
User guide ;
Environmental data ;
Computer software ;
Mathematical models ;
ProUCL software ;
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ;
Hardware requirements ;
Upper confidence limit (UCL) ;
Cleanup operations ;
Exposure point concentration (EPC)
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||Exposure assessment and cleanup decisions in support of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) projects are often made based upon the mean concentrations of the contaminants of potential concern. A 95% upper confidence limit (UCL) of the unknown population arithmetic mean is often used to: Estimate the exposure point concentration (EPC) term, Determine the attainment of cleanup standards, Estimate background level mean contaminant concentrations, or Compare the soil concentrations with site specific soil screening levels. It is important to compute a reliable, conservative, and stable 95% UCL of the population mean using the available data.
||Prepared in cooperation with Lockheed Martin Technology Services Group, Las Vegas, NV. Environmental Services. and Nevada Univ., Las Vegas. Dept. of Mathematics.
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