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WMM Information and Install Files

 

The Watershed Management Model (WMM) for Windows is the latest version of the WMM originally developed by CDM using Lotus 123. WMM was developed specifically to estimate annual/seasonal nonpoint pollutant loads from direct runoff on watersheds and subbasins and was modified to address watershed management needs. WMM estimates loads based on local hydrology and non-point loading factors (EMCs) which relate land use patterns and percent imperviousness in a watershed to per-acre pollutant loadings. Options are also available for calculating CSO and point source loads. WMM for Windows (Figure 1) provides a more robust and user friendly interface than the previous version of WMM and functions as a stand alone application requiring no additional software.

System Requirements
WMM for Windows was developed using MS Visual Basic and MS Access. The WMM application has been designed to work with Windows 95, 2000, and XP. System requirements are: IBM compatible 80486 or higher PC, VGA display or better, mouse and 16 megabytes or more of RAM.

 

Download Installation File (11.5 MB) - Version 4.24 10/04/06

WMM Version Update Log

Download User's Guide  (2.1 MB)

Acknowledgments
WMM for Windows was developed under the Rouge River National Wet Weather Demonstration Project which is funded, in part, by the US Environmental Protection Agency grant #X995743-01.

For additional information: 1-888-223-2363. WMM Information and Install Files


Last Updated: 11/4/2004

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The Rouge River National Wet Weather Demonstration Project is funded, in part, by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Grants #XP995743-01, -02, -03, -04, -05, -06, -07, -08, -09 and C-264000-01.