ALOHA (Area Locations of Hazardous Atmospheres) is a software program designed to model chemical releases for emergency responders and planners. With help from ALOHA, users can calculate how quickly chemicals are escaping from various locations. The program also allows users to model hazardous scenarios.
With the help of ALOHA, you can calculate how quickly chemicals are escaping from tanks, puddles (on both land and water), and gas pipelines and predict how that release rate changes over time.
The program generates a variety of scenario-specific outputs, including threat zone plots, threats at specific locations, and source strength graphs. You can then display threat zones on MARPLOT maps (and on ArcView and ArcMap with the Arc Tool extensions).