Calibration Performance of a Two-Dimensional, Laterally-Averaged Eutrophication Model of a Partially Mixed Estuary

Currently Available Lake Dredging Techniques and the New Demand for Lake Sediments as a Beneficial Resource
Dredging is introduced as an effective lake restoration technique. The various techniques associated with each major category of equipment are explained. It is emphasized that large lake...

Current Control Systems for Lake Water Quality Management

Watershed Management Strategy for Lake Eutrophication Remediation Using a Cascade Routing Approach

Non-Point Source Pollution Assessment of Mirror Lake Watershed, North Dakota

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

A New Technique for Controlling Algal Blooms in the Reservoir Using Vertical Curtains

Forced Circulation and Aeration in the Coastal Lagoon of Bojorquez, Mexico

Preliminary Verification of a 3D Hydrodynamic Model of the San Juan Estuarine System

Effects of Whole Depth Aeration on Water Quality in Two Hypereutrophic Reservoirs

Behavior of Phosphate in Eutrophic Surface Water Upon Artificial Recharge in the Western Netherlands

Effects of Management Strategies to Improve Water Quality in the Tualatin River, Oregon

Functional Significance of Estuaries in the Northeast: A Proposed Case Study Comparing Habitat Utilization and Quality
Most U.S. commercial fisheries landing consists of species dependent on coastal estuaries for spawning, nursery, or migratory feeding habitat. Loss of wetlands, anthropogenic contamination,...

Liberty Reservoir Stormwater Retrofit Project

Eutrophication and its Effects on Coastal Habitats

Trends in Eutrophication in Five Major U.S. Estuaries: Management Implications

The Present State of the Adriatic Sea Sanitation Program
Several consecutive years of frightening phenomena in the Adriatic Sea, which have made a great impact on the tourist economy, have demonstrated the need for rapid and effective sanitation...

Hypolimnetic Aeration in Three Swiss Lakes
Eutrophication is quite common in low altitude Swiss lakes. Government agencies have set up phosphorus and oxygen limits for streams and lakes. Aeration equipment has been in use for up...

Eutrophication and Recurrent Hypoxia in the New York Bight: A Synthesis of Historical Data and a Numerical Model of the 1976 Anoxic Event
As a result of oceanographic programs conducted over the past four decades, a large historical data base is available, and has been used, to document areas of recurrent hypoxia and high...

Historical Perspective Dissolved Oxygen & Eutrophication Models

 

 

 

 

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