AQUATOX is a PC-based simulation model for aquatic ecosystems that covers eutrophication, chemical fate, bioaccumulation, and ecotoxicology.
It predicts the fate of various pollutants and their effects on the ecosystem.
EPA is sponsoring an AQUATOX workshop, March 8-10, 2005 at the EPA Region 5 offices in Chicago. The course will provide a detailed overview of the model and allow ample time to work with it in a lab setting.
There is no charge for the workshop but prior registration is required and attendance is limited.
For more information, visit the AQUATOX training page at www.epa.gov/waterscience/models/aquatox/Atraining.html.