Modeling Water Quality for Dredged Material Disposal

Lagrangian Modeling and Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development in Low-Gradient Streams

Effects of Dissolved Air Flotation Hydraulic Loading Rate on Water Treatment Performance

Impacts of CSO Swirl Concentrator on Dissolved Oxygen Concentrations in the Anacostia River
Purpose: To assess impacts of the CSO control, two continuous monitoring stations were located upstream and downstream from the CSO outfall. The monitors recorded dissolved oxygen (DO),...

Diurnal Variation in Dissolved Oxygen Measurements During Late Winter Ice-Covered Period in Sleeper's River, Vermont

Effect of Dissolved Solids on Freeze-Thaw Conditioning

Nothing Wasted
Anoxic gas flotation (AGF), a patented system for anaerobic digestion of organic slurry waste, can recover as much as 85% of the phosphorus and 23% of the nitrogen in slurry waste, while...

Operation and Performance of Reservoir Release Improvements at 16 TVA Dams

Membrane Performance Evaluations on Secondary Wastewater Treatment Effluents

Performance Evaluation of an Aerated Lagoon Under Summer and Winter Conditions

Wastewater Treatment with Zero Dissolved Oxygen

Re-engineering the Design Criteria for Sidestream Elevated Pool Aeration

Modeling Dissolved Oxygen Dynamics of Tampa Bay During Summer of 1991

Design of Field Program and Use of Field Measurements to Calibrate a Hydrodynamic and Water Quality Model of an Estuarine River System

Environmental Change by a Water Front Development

Spatial Investigation of Water Quality in Lake Erie Using GIS Methods

For Whom the Bugs Toil
Bioventing is soil ventilation intended to enhance the biodegradation of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminants in soils by providing a supply of oxygen. Soil microbes are capable of consuming...

Water Quality Behavior in a Reservoir Having Anaerobic Heavy Bottom Layer Coupled with Inverse Temperature Gradient

Winery Wastewater Treatment Efficiency as it Depends on Depth and Distance in a Subsurface Flow Wetland

Managing Water Quality in the Tidal Ouse (UK), Problems Associated with Suspended Sediment Oxygen Demand





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