FLUX32

FLUX32 is Windows-based interactive software developed by Dave Soballe, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), in conjunction with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. FLUX32 is based on the original FLUX application written by William Walker, Ph.D., under sponsorship of USACE in the 1980s as a DOS-based program for personal computers. FLUX32 is user friendly and capable of sophisticated examinations and evaluations of data and flow relations and calculation of material fluxes (loads) in streams.

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