Modeling DO-BOD Dynamics in Johor River Estuary, Malaysia, Due to Agro-Industrial Dischargeby Hock-Lye Koh, Univ Science Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia,
Poh-Eng Lim, Univ Science Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia,
See Yong Wong, Univ Science Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia,
Hooi-Ling Lee, Univ Science Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia,
Abstract: This paper presents a summary of a study on the dynamics of dissolved oxygen in a tidal reach of the Johor River due to the discharge of agro-industrial waste subject to freshwater flow and tidal forcing. Tidal flows are assessed by means of simple continuity equation as well as the DYNHYD5 flow model. The water quality model WASP5 is then used to assess the impact of discharging organic waste on the distributions of dissolved oxygen.
Subject Headings: Hydrologic models | Water discharge | Tides | Dissolved oxygen | Water quality | Water pollution | Mathematical models | Agriculture | Dynamic models | Computer models | Developing countries | Estuaries | Rivers and streams | Malaysia | Asia
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