|New Mexico Supercomputing Challenge|
Challenge Team Abstract
In the future one of our biggest concerns is environmental hazards and pollution. The pollution of water is a big concern to our health. As chemicals get seep into the aquafer there is a risk of the water becoming unsafe. We will be taking a look at how the chemicals that get into the aquafer and effect our water as a whole. Because wells are connected to aquafer and our water comes from the wells this is our concern. For this supercomputer challenge we will happen with the water found in and around Las Vegas, New Mexico based on the information found in the water tables. These water tables are in reference to the water found in and around the wells at the dumpsite. We will attempt to analyze and simulate different affects on the water table. We will be measuring different chemical abundance's in the water tables and simulate increased values for the chemical abundance's and their effects on the water table. This program will take into consideration different equations to do the analysis and simulation. It is our hope that this program can be implemented by the city or by others to analyze their water with the use of water tables and computers.
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