A Simple Nonpoint Source Groundwater Quality Management Modelby Kirk Hatfield, Univ of Florida, United States,
Richard Noss, Univ of Florida, United States,
Abstract: A model is examined which efficiently produces information required by decision makers to assess water quality tradeoffs associated with alternative groundwater protection strategies, estimate nonpoint source groundwater wasteload allocations, or delineate boundaries of critical recharge areas. The model yields information that reveals where and to what extent nonpoint source pollution must be controlled to achieve effective groundwater protection.
Subject Headings: Hydrologic models | Quality control | Groundwater quality | Nonpoint pollution | Groundwater pollution | Groundwater management
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