SADA 4.1

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DEVELOPED 2000-2004
AUTHOR SADA is funded by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission. It is developed in The Institute for Environmental Modeling at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Developers of SADA include:

Robert Stewart
Brad Lyon
Tom Purucker
PURPOSE Spatial Analysis and Decision Assistance. GIS with 2D geostatistical module
FUNCTIONS Several tools are provided in SADA for performing a geospatial analysis. These tools include methods for measuring spatial correlation among data, modeling spatial correlation (variogram modeling), and producing concentration, risk, probability, variance, and cleanup maps.

Among these tools are five geospatial interpolators:

ordinary kriging,
indicator kriging,
inverse distance,
natural neighbor,
and nearest neighbor.
CODES Not Available
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SADA contains a human health and ecological risk assessment module.
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