SESOIL

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SESOIL (SEasonal SOIL) is a one-dimensional vertical transport screening-level model for the unsaturated (vadose) zone. It simulates contaminant transport and fate based on diffusion, adsorption, volatilization, biodegradation, and hydrolysis.

SESOIL is a public-domain program written in FORTRAN developed in 1981 by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), written by Bonazountas and Wagner of the Arthur D. Little corporation.