Emerging Leachate Treatment Technologies

The Water-Saving Role of the Straw Mulching Farmland in Semi-Arid and Arid Areas

Drainage by Evaporation for Soil Salinity Control

Brackish Groundwater Desalination & Brine Utilization

Development of a GIS Procedure for the Study of Evaporation and Infiltration in Case of Drought

Management of Drainage Water, Salt, and Selenium as Resources

Water Conservation Definitions From a Hydrologic Viewpoint
The definition of water management principles needed to satisfy societys water use objectives requires the use of terms and definitions that clearly describe the effects of various water...

Analyzing Drought with a Simplified Climate Model
A simplified climate model with combined atmospheric-hydrologic processes has been developed at the University of California Davis for the study of physical processes related to drought....

Southern San Joaquin Drainage Water Management
This paper addresses management of subsurface saline drainage water in a closed basin in the Southern San Joaquin Valley. A large number of ponds have been constructed to evaporate saline...

Advanced Seawater Desalination Plant
A project that will demonstrate an enhanced seawater desalination process that operates in combination with upgraded existing coastal power plants to meet part of the projected water needs...

Bird Use of an Evaporation Basin and a Mitigation Wetland
A 58-ha freshwater wetland was constructed to mitigate for decreased avian reproductive success and survivorship caused by a 296-ha selenium contaminated evaporation basin. To decrease...

Dormant Season Evaporation: Challenges to the Current Models
Dormant season evaporation is a critical component of the hydrologic balance and can be considered as the winter period or the time in which there is not a crop actively growing. It is...

Drainage Ponds and Demonstration Wetlands
In California's southern San Joaquin Valley, subsurface irrigation drainage pumped into shallow evaporation ponds often contains elevated concentrations of selenium. The selenium...

A Three Dimensional Oil Spill Model
This paper reports the development and testing of a comprehensive three-dimensional oil spill model. At present time, the model components include advection and turbulent diffusion, vertical...

Designing for the First Flush
This article explains some of the details involved in separating the first flush of a storm event from the remainder of the storm. It also explains how to provide primary treatment of...

A Regional Model of Potential Evaporation for the Northeast United States

Modeling Runoff and Baseflow with a Conceptual Model of Water Balance

Observations on the Growth of an Internal Boundary Layer with a Lidar Technique
The distribution of atmospheric water vapor across a step change in surface humidity (dry-wet) was observed by a Lidar measurement technique under neutral atmospheric stability condition....

Predicting Pollution
For urban areas struggling to meet the requirements of the 1990 Clean Air Act as well as state air-quality mandates, accurate forecasting of mobile emissions is critical to evaluating...

Legal and Regulatory Considerations in Agricultural Drainage Water Management
The institutional and jurisdictional framework applicable to agricultural drainage limits disposal of such flows to evaporation ponds for the foreseeable future. Originally seen as an...

 

 

 

 

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