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AQUATOX 3.1 Download Page
|Current Version:||3.1 Plus|
|Release Date:||late 2013|
|Development Status:||General Release|
|Development Information:||Release Notes - changes and known deficiencies|
|Development Language:||Delphi 2007|
|Operating System||MS Windows 98, 2000, NT, or XP|
|Memory Requirements||1 GB RAM|
|Disk Requirements||1 GB free disk space|
|Hardware||Pentium PC, 2.0GHZ or higher (or equivalent)|
|Operating System||Windows XP, Vista, 7, or 8|
|Memory||4 GB RAM|
|Disk||32 GB free disk space|
Document / Optional
|File Type / Priority||File Name/Format/Size||File Description|
|Install Required||Aquatox 3.1Plus(1 pg, 11 MB) / Zipped file||application and documentation.|
|Document optional||release 3.1 installation guide|
|Document optional||Fact Sheet 3.1||Fact sheet 3.1|
|Document optional||Data Libraries||Bibliography of AQUATOX data libraries|
|Document optional||Annotated Bibliography||Annotated Bibliography|
|Document optional||User's Manual||User's Manual|
|Document optional||Technical Documentation||Technical Documentation|
|Document optional||Extension to BASINS||AQUATOX 2.1 User's Manual for the Extension to BASINS|
|Document optional||Model Validation Reports||Model Validation Reports|
|Document optional||Sensitivity Analysis||Sensitivity Analysis|
|Document optional||Technical Notes||Technical Notes|
|Document optional||Training Slides||Training Slides|
|Document optional||Data Sources||Data Sources of Parameter Values|
You are downloading a zipped InstallAware file. This file includes the AQUATOX model, example studies, and data. Once the download completes, unzip the first file, then double-click the executable file. The file will unzip and be installed on your Windows PC. Please follow the instructions from the InstallAware.
Notes on Installing AQUATOX Release 3.1 under Windows 7, 8, Vista, or XP Operating Systems. Aquatox 3.1 is 64-bit OS compatible.
- AQUATOX must be initially installed by an Administrator.
- If AQUATOX will exclusively be run using an “administrator” account, no additional changes need to be made.
- If AQUATOX will be run by a user with a “standard” account, full read and write privileges must be given to that user for the directory in which AQUATOX has been installed.
- An alternative to adding read and write privileges: is to install AQUATOX in a directory where the user already has read and write privileges. This is the best choice when installing AQUATOX in managed desktop systems.
Additional details on installation may be found in the AQUATOX Release 3.1 Installation Guide
The AQUATOX software and its supporting documentation are available by downloading from this web site. However, several documents that were prepared for earlier AQUATOX versions and which are still applicable may still be available in print. You can obtain printed copies of the BASINS extension users’ manual and the Validation Reports from the National Service Center for Environmental Publications.