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					                                      US Environmental Protection
                                                 Agency Region 5

     Purdue University

                         Software for Environmental
                                                            July, 2004

NEW PRODUCTS …………………….……...2
HUMAN HEALTH ……………..……………....6
W ATER …………………………….…...…...6
AGRICULTURE ……….……………………....7
FULL LIST …...……………………….…...….9

     July, 2004

Software for Environmental Awareness
 July, 2004                            US Environmental Protection Agency
                                  New Software, Better Software
                                   Emphasis on Environmental Education, Children’s
                                   Health, Communities — and Spanish Translations
                            More New HTML Programs!            been replaced by HTML versions),
A Word About the HTML
Software...                 EPA and Purdue University          EPA and Purdue University have
                            have released (and made avail-     contiinued to add to our repertoire of
The SEA team is proud       able via our Web site) four new    CD-ROM based programs. The CD-
to expand its offering of   HTML programs: Mercury in          ROMs either contain compilations of
cross-platform              Buildings, Protecting Chil-        many HTML programs or they carry
programs. They’ve been      dren’s Health in Schools, Bene-    one (or possibly two) very large,
written in HTML, so you     ficial Lawn Care, and Environ-     often multimedia-based, software
can access them from        mental Enrichment for the          programs. Because of their very
our website (www.epa.                                          large size, these pro grams are,
                            Lodging Industry. In addition,
gov/seahome). You can                                          unfortunately, only available via CD-
                            one of the most important of
also download them                                             ROM (see Page 12).
and run them on your        our previously existing pro-
own computer.               grams, Environmental Plan-         The new CD-ROMs software titles
                            ning for Small Communities         include the following:
☺ Whether you use a         (the Trilogy) has been prepared    • Biodiversity Around the Great
  Mac, a PC, or a UNIX      in HTML for the Web.                   Lakes
  platform, you can                                            • Habitat Management and Vol-
  access these              These new programs expand              unteer Monitoring
  programs using your       upon our ever-popular Web-         • Big River (the Mississippi)
  favorite Web browser.     based Grant Writing Tutorial       • Environmental Hypermedia
                            and the conversion of the 14           Programs Disk no. 4 - HTML
                            original Farm*A*Syst pro-              Farmstead Assessment programs,
                            grams t o Web-compliant                plus Beneficial Lawn Care and
                            HTML, complete with interac-           Groundwater Protection
                            tive self-evaluation question-     • Environmental Hypermedia
                            naires. Both the new Protecting        Programs Disk no. 5, including
                            Children’s Health in Schools           EPA Grants Writing Tutorial,
                            program and the existing Mer-          Mercury in Hospitals, Mercury
                            cury Reduction in Medical Fa-          in Buildings, Lead in the Envi-
                            cilities feature Quick Time Vir-       ronment, Environmental Plan-
                            tual Reality panoramas.                ning for Small Communities (the
                                                                   Trilogy) for the Web, Household
                            More New CD-ROM Soft-                  Hazardous Waste, Protecting
                            ware!                                  Children’s Health in Schools,
                            While the earliest software CDs        and Environmental Enrichment
                            have been retired (many of the         for the Lodging Industry
                            old DOS-based programs have
About the NEW Programs...
                                              Three for Environmental Education
Biodiversity Around the             Habitat Management     Big River —Song of
Great Lakes                         and Volunteer          the Upper Mississippi
The most feature-rich program       Following up on Biodiver-         Taking a rather more lyrical
we have produced to date, Bio-      sity, Habitat Management          approach, the third program
diversity Around the Great          and Volunteer Monitoring is       in this trio accompanies
Lakes is a multimedia program       another new multimedia en-        many segments of the pro-
aimed at high school and entry      vironmental education pro-        gram with the ballads of
level college students and oth-     gram oriented to high school      Charlie Maguire, the Mis-
ers interested in learning about    students and college stu-         sissippi National River and
the concept of biodiversity. It     dents, with some interest for     Recreation Area’s Singing
starts the user off with a back-    advanced junior high as           Ranger. This program is a
grounder in the Great Lakes,        well.                             resource for anyone fasci-
including their natural and hu-                                       nated by the history, culture,
man history, presenting a num-      This program focuses on the       wildlife, h ydrodynamics,
ber of Great Lakes biodiversity     upper Midwest and Great           and raw power of the Mis-
issues.                             Lakes, but users and their        sissippi.
                                    instructors will find applica-
The user receives a crash           tion almost everywhere. It        Big River begins by giving
course in the basics of biodi-      takes the user through exer-      an historical and cultural
versity:                            cises leading to an under-        perspective starting with
•   What it is, at several levels   standing of the concepts,         the Mound Builders, leading
•   Why it's important              principles and practices of       to present day. Then it takes
•    The role we all have to        habitat management and            the user into the economic,
    play                            monitoring, with an empha-        biological, water resource,
                                    sis on what can be done in        water quality, engineering,
Examine real case studies un-       our communities to protect        and management issues we
derway in the field, such as the    and restore natural ecosys-       now face. Like the other
wolves of Isle Royale. Learn        tems.                             programs in this group, it
to monitor important measures                                         includes a species guide to
of biodiversity.                    A second emphasis of the          plants and animals found in
                                    program is to introduce the       and about the River.
Take a virtual tour of Great        student to environmental
Lakes Biodiversity Investment       management as a career. It        In addition to the materials
Areas. Learn how natural re-        acquaints users with the          it brings to the user on its
sources management agencies         tools and practices, skill sets   own, Big River fully ex-
and private not-for-profit envi-    and daily lives of people         ploits the resources of the
ronmental organizations are         working in the field. Like        Internet to provide giga-
cooperating to identify and pri-    the ecosystem tour in Biodi-      bytes of enrichment, cour-
oritize critical ecosystems to      versity, this program con-        tesy of hundreds of muse-
protect Great Lakes natural         tains a virtual habitat resto-    ums, and government and
heritage.                           ration tour of projects.          nonprofit organizations.
More About the NEW Programs…
                                                         Four New HTML Programs
Protecting Children’s           Mercury in                     Beneficial Lawn Care
Health in Schools               Buildings
This guide will introduce       Mercury is highly toxic and      Beneficial Lawn Care is the
you, as a decision-maker in     present in many devices,         program with everything
your school system, to po-      such as thermostats, that are    you ever wanted to know
tential hazards and aid you     found in buildings. When         about your lawn but didn’t
in protecting the environ-      liquid mercury is exposed        know who to ask. Serving
ment and the health of          to air, harmful, invisible va-   homeowners, gardeners,
those who use your school.      pors are emitted.                landscaping firms, golf
                                                                 courses.. anyone who cares
The guide will discuss what     Mercury in Buildings was         for both a lawn and for the
those hazards might be,         made especially for con-         environment can now rec-
how to test for them, and       struction and demolition         oncile those objectives us-
how to remedy problems          contractors and owners and       ing this software. The pro-
found. The program in-          managers of buildings to         gram addresses fertilizer
cludes:                         make them aware of the           management, insect control,
                                risks and soutions attendant     and numerous other issues
•   Information about haz-      to the problem of mercury        facing the lawn manager.
    ards to children's health   in buildings. It should also
    in the schools, at home     be useful to architects, offi-   Environmental Enrich-
    and in daily life;          cials of state and local gov-    ment for the
•   Why children are at in-     ernment agencies, and any-
    creased risk                one concerned about mer-
                                                                 Lodging Industry
•   The nature of the risks     cury. And ways to identify       Featuring the Virtual Hotel!
    children face from vari-    and remove it from homes
    ous contaminants in the     and the work place.              This program aims to help
    air and water and in liv-                                    YOU, the owner, operator
    ing spaces of schools       You can reduce the amount        or employee of a hospitality
    and homes:                  of mercury released into the     facility. The environmental
     * Lead:                    environment and protect          impact and costs of tourism
     * Asbestos                 yourself from exposure.          and hospitality (including
     * Mercury                  This program will take you       restaurants) have become
     * Pesticides               through the steps to reduce      the object of intense interest
     * Molds                    the amount of mercury in         within the industry, within
•   Planning tools              buildings. It explains every-    government, and among the
•   A "virtual tour" of a       thing from locating devices      general public. It includes
    school to identify haz-     and sources of mercury to        practical day-to-day im-
    ards                        handling, transportation and     provements, sensible Long-
•   Case studies                recycling of mercury and         Term Planning, and con-
•   Resources and contacts      mercury components.              structive eco-tourism.
Even More About the NEW Programs...
Se Habla Espanol!                            Three New Spanish Translations
                               Three new Spanish                   Residential Water
                               language translations of            Conservation
                               our environmental                   (SPANCON)
                                                                   Save water inside and outside
Notice:                        software:                           the house using water efficient
1. Neither USEPA nor
Purdue University accept       Livestock Manure Handling           devices. Calculates savings.
liability for any event        (SPANMANHAND)
resulting from the use or      An overview of manure types         Water Efficient Landscape
misuse of these programs.      and proper management               Planner (SPANLAND)
                               systems for animals from cattle     Water efficient landscaping:
2. USEPA Region 5 takes
no responsibility for bugs,    to swine. Interactive risk          basics of landscape planning,
defects or modifications in    assessment plus suggestions         select most appropriate plants
second-generation copies.      for reducing the threat to your     for homeowners.
                               water supply. (Previously titled
3. All programs developed      Livestock Yards Management)         Fertilizer Storage and
by the Center for                                                  Handling on the Farm
Technology Transfer and                                            (SPANFERT)
Pollution Prevention at        Livestock Manure Storage
Purdue University are          (SPANMANSTORE)                      Gives a general overview of
copyrighted. This is not       Interactive risk assessment of      fertilizer handling and storage,
meant to restrict their use,   threats to surface and ground       and features a risk assessment
or to restrict others from     water from manure storage           section, and recommendations
copying and distributing       practices. Provides suggestions     for correcting fertilizer storage
these programs for strictly                                        problems.
                               to improve manure storage
non-profit uses, providing
proper credit is given to      systems. Covers biological
Purdue University.             treatment, planning a system,       Pesticide Storage and
                               storage facilities, and livestock   Handling Practices on the
                               manure hazards. (Previously         Farm (SPANPEST)
4. Neither text nor graphics                                       Pesticide handling and storage,
from any of the copyrighted    titled Livestock Waste Storage)
programs may be modified
                                                                   interactive risk assessment,
or incorporated into other     UIC Class V Injection Wells         recommendations for
software programs without      (SPANJECT)                          correcting storage problems.
the express permission of      Class V injection wells, why
the authors and Purdue         they exist, why they may pose       Lead in the Environment
University. In many cases,                                         (SPANLEAD)
                               a danger to the environment,
the graphics used in these                                         Lead poisoning, sources, health
programs are copyrighted       their safe operation and
by others and special          maintenance.                        risks, reduce exposure at home.
permission has been granted
to Purdue for their use only   These new Spanish language          Private Water Systems
         in a specific         programs complement such            (SPANPRIV)
          program.             existing Spanish language           Design and construction of
                               versions of our programs as:        private drinking water systems.
Software Programs for Environmental
Awareness          Human Health, Water, Toxics
Mercury in Medical Facili-        size, this program is only       sources determine how
ties (MERCURY)                    available on CD-ROM; see         much of a risk each source
Teaches about the hazards of      p. 8 for information on Pur-     poses to the water you drink.
mercury as commonly used          due CDs.                         This program contains infor-
in medical care facilities, es-                                    mation useful for identifying
pecially hospitals and clin-      Chemical Contamination           and correcting high-risk
ics. Mercury can pose sig-        in Fish (FISH)                   management and site condi-
nificant health problem for       We have produced a Win-          tions, and a water well risk
health care professionals,        dows update of the original      assessment program.
and for patients and the en-      FISH program. It contains
vironment in general. The         video clips illustrating con-    Private Water Systems
program explains the impact       cepts such as concepts such      (PRIVATE/SPANPRIV)
of mercury on human health        as bioaccumulation, and new      Design and construction of
and the integrity of ecosys-      photos and video of target       private drinking water sys-
tems, and a “virtual hospi-       species. Included are an up-     tems (wells and piping).
tal” (now featuring virtual       dated list of contaminants       English/ Spanish.
reality panoramas) shows          from 1997 guidance, as well
sources of mercury and their      as references to an online da-   Surface Water Education
alternatives. It provides de-     tabase of fish advisories and    System (SURFWAT)
tailed survey and self-audit      State contacts. Due to its       Importance, quantity, and
materials, along with case        size, this program is only       distribution of surface water,
studies from the Mayo             available on CD-ROM; see         and how it can become con-
Clinic and other locations.       p. 8 for information on Pur-     taminated. Agricultural best
                                  due CDs.                         management practices.
.Chemical Contamination
in Fish                           Wellhead Protection              Lead in the Environment
(FISH)                            (WELLHEAD)                       (LEADENV, SPANLEAD)
We have produced a Win-           Public water supply protec-      Testing children for lead
dows update of the original       tion. Planning team, well-       poisoning, sources of lead,
FISH program. It contains         head protection area delinea-    health effects, techniques for
video clips illustrating con-     tion, contaminant source in-     reducing exposure at home.
cepts such as concepts such       ventory, management.             English/Spanish.
as bioaccumulation, and new
photos and video of target        Well Location & Condition        Lead in Drinking Water
species. Included are an up-      (WELLOC)                         (LEADDW)
dated list of contaminants        Well contamination may oc-       Answers questions about
from 1997 guidance, as well       cur from farmstead activities    dangers of lead in drinking
as references to an online        near drinking water wells.       water, gives techniques for
database of fish advisories       The condition of your well       reducing lead exposure.
and State contacts. Due to its    and its proximity to pollution
Software Programs for Environmental
Awareness      Agriculture, Environmental Education
Pesticide Storage &             Soil and Geologic Site          Great Lakes Adventure
Handling Practices on the       Evaluation                      (GLADVENT)
Farm                            (FARMSITE)                      Aimed at a youth audience
(FARMPEST, SPANPEST)            Ground water protection         (grades 9-12), this program
Pesticide handling and stor-    overview: roles of soils, ge-   will run on both Wintel and
age, interactive risk assess-   ology, depth to water table.    Mac computers.
ment, recommendations for       Risk assessment for con-
correcting storage problems.    tamination potential.           Take a virtual tour of the
                                                                Great Lakes. Explore some
Fertilizer Storage &            Agricultural Pollution          of the environmental issues
Handling Practices on the       Prevention                      facing Great Lakes commu-
Farm                            (AGPP)                          nities today. Investigate the
(FARMFERT, SPANFERT)            Shows how to save money         natural history of the basin,
Overview of fertilizer han-     and reduce pollution by         the water cycle, stratifica-
dling and storage, interac-     sensible use of fertilizers,    tion and turnover of the
tive risk assessment, recom-    pesticides and herbicides.      lakes. You can visit the
mendations for correcting                                       EPA’s research vessel Lake
storage problems. English/      Best Management                 Guardian, deck by deck
Spanish                         Practices for Soil Erosion      with virtual reality pano-
                                (EROSION)                       ramas, and will have free
Petroleum Storage               Best management practices       run of the ship’s sampling
Practices on the Farm           & structural techniques to      equipment and labs. Avail-
(FARMFUEL)                      control soil erosion.           able on CD-ROM; see p. 8
Overview of proper fuel                                         for information on Purdue
storage, interactive risk as-   Water Efficient                 CDs.
sessment gives recommen-        Landscape Planner
dations for correcting stor-    (LANDSCP, SPANLAND)             Electronic Wetlands
age problems. English/          Water efficient landscap-       Herbarium
Spanish                         ing: basics of landscape        (WETHERB)
                                planning, select most ap-       The Electronic Wetlands
Hazardous Waste                 propriate plants for home-      Herbarium provides a de-
Management on the Farm          owners. English/Spanish         tailed look at the plants
(FARMHAZ)                                                       typical of 11 different wet-
Proper hazardous waste          Worker Protection               land types from bog to wet
management: regulations,        Standard 1995                   prairie. Users can explore
different disposal methods,     (PESTREGS)                      a list of species found in
and how to provide a safer      Pesticide applicator regula-    each type of ecosystem.
environment. Interactive        tions: search for informa-      Entries give detailed botani-
risk assessment helps you       tion on workers, handlers,      cal information and an iden-
identify high risk practices.   ag employers, handler em-       tification quality
                                ployers, owners.                photograph of the plant.
Software Programs for Environmental
Awareness     Tools for Environmental Professionals
EPA Grant Writing                 mental issues and decisions     type of project. Topics cov-
Tutorial (GRANTS)                 that affect small to medium-    ered include scoping, gen-
If you’re considering apply-      sized communities. It offers    eration of alternatives, im-
ing for an EPA grant, this        communities the chance to       pact identification and analy-
interactive HTML software         judge their own needs and       sis, mitigation, decision
tool could make the process       preferences, and to make in-    making, and post-decision
a little easier. It walks users   formed decisions on their       analysis. Of particular inter-
through the grant writing         own. Major sections cover:      est are the World Bank Miti-
process and helps them            1. Environmental laws and       gation Tables which treat a
learn to write more com-              regulations                 variety
petitive grants. The pro-         2. Self assessment              of project types. SVGA pho-
gram includes:                    3. Planning and compara-        tos enhance and illustrate
• detailed information and            tive risk analysis          this landmark program
     tips on writing a grant      4. Financial tools and fi-
     proposal;                        nancial self-analysis       Environmental Assessment
• how to complete a grant         5. Case studies                 Case Study (EACASE)
     application package          6. A Contact and informa-       This program is a compan-
     (including detailed di-      tion directory                  ion piece to the Environ-
     rections for the forms);                                     mental Assessment Resource
• program-specific sec-           Each section includes inter-    Guide. It takes a real-life ex-
     tions on three EPA           active tools, such as a note-   ample of an environmental
     grant programs, Envi-        book tool to fill in and save   impact assessment and leads
     ronmental Education,         survey forms and keep           the user through
     Environmental Justice,       notes. The program com-         the environmental assess-
     Pollution Prevention)        bines and integrates numer-     ment process. The program
• examples of good, com-          ous publications from Fed-      is enhanced with maps, pho-
     plete grant packages;        eral agencies and States like   tos, interviews, and simu-
• references;                     Iowa, Minnesota, Montana,       lated flyovers of the project
• resources and contacts;         and Utah. The result is a       area. The Case Study links
• a mock grant-writing            user friendly product that      to the Resource Guide, and
     activity where users can     combines the virtues of an      contains workbook-style ex-
     compare their results to     encyclopedia and a Swiss        ercises and a notebook for
     a successful grant appli-    army knife!                     the user to record notes. To-
     cation.                                                      gether these two programs
                                  Environmental Assess-           provide a solid foundation in
Environmental Planning            ment Resource Guide             environmental assessment.
for Small Communities             (EARG)                          Due to its size, this program
(TRILOGY)                         EARG is a generic source of     is only available on CD-
This program offers a com-        information to help one con-    ROM; see p. 8 for informa-
plete one-stop introduction       duct environmental assess-      tion on Purdue CDs.
to a wide range of environ-       ments of virtually any
Software Programs for Environmental
Awareness       A Complete List of SEA Programs
AGPP: Agricultural Pollution Prevention EROSION : Best Management Practices
1991 (DOS) 8Mb                          for Soil Erosion 1997 (WEB) 1.7Mb 
LAWN: Beneficial Lawn Care 2002         FARMFERT : Fertilizer Storage and
(Web) 6.7Mb                             Handling Practices on the Farm 2001   (WEB) 0.9Mb
BIF: RCRA Boiler & Industrial Furnace
Regulations 1996 (DOS) 1.7Mb            FARMFUEL: Petroleum Storage Prac-            tices on the Farm 2001 (WEB) 1.3Mb
BIGRIVER: Big River 2004 (WIN/Mac))
CDROM                                   ENERGY: Residential Energy Efficiency       1996 (Windows) 35Mb
BIODIVERSITYGL: Biodiversity Around
the Great Lakes 2002 (WIN/Mac) CDROM EROSION : Best Management Practices for Soil Erosion 1997 (WEB) 1.7Mb
CAP: RCRA Corrective Action Process
1995 (DOS) 3.5Mb                        FARMFERT : Fertilizer Storage and            Handling Practices on the Farm 2001
Child: Portecting Children’s Health in  (WEB) 0.9Mb
Schools 2002 (WEB) HTML, 5.6 Mb          FARMFUEL: Petroleum Storage Prac-
CMAR: Municipal Pollution Prevention    tices on the Farm 2001 (WEB) 1.3Mb
Diagnostic Planner 1992 (DOS) 3.3Mb           FARMHAZ: Hazardous Waste Manage-
COMPRISK: Comparative Risk Assess-      ment on the Farm 2001 (WEB) 1.6Mb
ment 1995 (DOS) 9.5Mb                FARMPEST: Pesticide Storage and Han-
DECENT: Decentralized On-Site Manage- dling Practices on the Farm 2001 (WEB)
ment for Treatment of Domestic Wastes   1.1Mb
(WEB) 1999 2.5Mb                       FARMSITE: Soil and Geologic Site
EACASE: Environmental Assessment        Evaluation 2001 (WEB) 0.9Mb
Case Study 1997 (WIN) CDROM            FISH: Chemical Contamination in Fish
EARG: Environmental Assessment Re-      1997 (WIN) CDROM
source Guide 1993 (WIN) 40Mb   seahome/fish.html           GLADVENT: Great Lakes Adventure
ENERGY: Residential Energy Efficiency   1999 (Win/Mac) CDROM
1996 (Windows) 35Mb           
Software Programs for Environmental
Awareness       A Complete List of SEA Programs
GRANTS: EPA Grant Writing Tutorial       MERCURY: Mercury in Medical Facili-
1998 (WEB) 4.1Mb                         ties 2001 (WEB) 6.0Mb
GWPRIMER: Ground Water Primer 1998       Mercbuild: Mercury in Buildings 2002
(WEB) HTML, 2.7Mb                        (WEB) 1.0Mb
HABITAT: Habitat Management and Vol-     MILKING: Milking Center Wastewater
unteer Monitoring 2004 (Win/Mac)         Treatment 2001 (WEB) 1.4Mb
CDROM                                   OILSPILL: Oil Spill Exercise Generator
HWASTE: Household Waste Management       2001 (WIN) CD-ROM
1997 (WEB) HTML, 8Mb                     ONSITE: Principles & Design of Onsite
HOTEL: Environmental Enrichment for      Waste Disposal with Septic
the Lodging Industry 2002 (WEB) 1Mb      Systems 2001 (WEB) 1.0Mb
INDOOR: Indoor Air Quality 1995 (DOS)    OZONE: Stratospheric Ozone Depletion
7.5Mb                                    1995 (DOS) 6Mb
INJECT: UIC Class V Injection Wells      PESTREGS: 1995 Worker Protection
1999, 1.2Mb                              Standard 1995 (DOS) 0.9Mb
LANDSCP: Water Efficient Landscape       PREVENT: Pollution Prevention 1996
Planner 1991(DOS) 2.1Mb                  (DOS) 8.6Mb
LEADDW: Lead in Drinking Water 1991      PRIVATE: Private Water Systems 2001
(DOS) 1.0Mb                              (WEB) 2.2Mb
LEADENV: Lead in the Environment 1999    PRIVPEST: Private Pesticide Applicator
(WEB) 1.2Mb                              Training 2001 (WIN) CD-ROM
MANURE-STORE: Manure Storage &           SILAGE: Improving Silage Storage on the
Handling on the Farm 2001 (WEB) 43Mb     Farm 2001 (WEB) 0.3Mb
MANURE-HANDLE: Livestock Manure          ahome/wqs.html
Handling on the Farm 2001                SPANCON: Residential Water Conserva-
(WEB) 1.7Mb                              tion Techniques - Spanish Version 1991   (DOS) 3.2Mb
Software Programs for Environmental
Awareness       A Complete List of SEA Programs
SPANFERT: Fertilizer Storage and Han-    SURFWAT: Surface Water Education
dling—Spanish Version 1993 (DOS) 1.2Mb   System 1992 (DOS) 3.6Mb  
htmlSPANJECT: UIC Class V Injection      TRILOGY: Environmental Planning for
Wells - Spanish Version 1999, 1.2Mb      Small Communities 1998 (WIN/HTML)        40Mb
SPANLAND: Water Efficient Landscape
Planner—Spanish Version 1993 (DOS)       UNSEWER: Alternatives for Unsewered
2.1Mb                                    Communities 1992 (DOS) 6.2Mb
SPANLEAD: Lead in the Environment -      WATCON : Residential Water Conserva-
Spanish Version 1994 (DOS) 1.2Mb         tion Techniques 2001 (WEB) 3.2Mb
SPANMANHAND: Livestock Manure            WELLHEAD : Wellhead Protection 1994
Handling - Spanish Version 2001 (WEB)    (DOS) 3Mb
1.7Mb                               WELLOC: Water Well Location and
SPANMANSTORE: Livestock Manure           Condition on the Farm 2001(WEB) 1.0Mb
Storage - Spanish Version 2001 (WEB)
1.7Mb                                    WER : Water-Effect Ratio for Metals    1999 (WIN) 5.4Mb
SPANPEST: Pesticide Storage &  
Handling - Spanish Version 1992 (DOS)    WETHERB: Electronic Wetlands Her-
1.6Mb,                                   barium 1993 (WIN) 47Mb
SPANPRIV : Private Water Systems -       WQS: Water Quality Standards & Crite-
Spanish Version 1993 (DOS) 5.6Mb         ria 1999 (WIN) 6.2Mb

     CD-ROMs of Software for Environmental
        Awareness Programs are Available
Purdue University distributes the Software for Environmental Awareness on
CD-ROM. USEPA does not handle orders for the CDs; the only way to get a CD
 is from Purdue. Prices cover the costs of reproduction, postage and handling.
CD-ROMs Available
Environmental Hypermedia Programs, Volume III (1999). $15
20 programs, including CD-ONLY titles FISH, EACASE, and EARG. For complete con-
tents, see
Environmental Hypermedia Programs, Volume IV (2004). $15
12 titles, plus the three new Spanish versions. For complete contents, see
Environmental Hypermedia Programs, Volume V (2004). $15
8 titles, including the 3 new titles,Protecting Children’s Health, Mercury in Buildings, and
Hotels. For complete contents, see
Exploring the Great Lakes (1999) - Includes the Great Lakes Atlas. $10
2 titles. See
Biodiversity Around the Great Lakes (2001) Cost: US$15
1 Title. See
Habitat Management and Volunteer Monitoring (2004) Cost: US$15
1 Title. See
Big River (2004) Cost: US$15
1 Title. See
You may place your order by check, money order, or credit card: All orders must be prepaid.
Checks or money orders must be drawn on a U.S. institution, payable to "Purdue
University" at the address below. VISA, Master Card or Discover credit cards are all
acceptable. Orders may be mailed in, or credit card orders may be faxed or called in.
Software orders should be directed to:          Toll free: (888)398-4636 (ask for the Media
                                                Distribution Center) or direct:
       Agricultural Communication               (765) 494-6794 Fax: (765)496-1540
       Media Distribution Center
       231 South University Street              Please direct software specific questions to:
       Purdue University                        Carol M. Sikler
       West Lafayette, IN 47907-2094            (765) 494-1174 Fax: (765) 494-1356
          Attention: Kathy Lester               e-mail:
CD-ROMs of Environmental Hypermedia Programs, Volumes I and II are no longer
available. These older, mostly DOS-based programs have largely been replaced by
Windows or Windows/Mac compatible programs. These programs and may still be
downloaded, individually, from the EPA’s SEAHOME Web site:
For further information about EPA’s Software for Environmental Awareness, contact EPA:
       Glynis Zywicki                     Alfred Krause                 Robert Beltran
       (312) 886-4571                    (312) 353-5787                 (312) 353-0826