Calibrating the Chesapeake Bay Water Quality Model
A eutrophication model comprised of twenty-two state variables including three algal groups and multiple species of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and silica is described. Equations governing...

Eutrophication and Nutrient Enrichment in Peconic Bay: Numerical Model of Historical Conditions of the Mid-1970s
In response to water quality and resource management issues triggered by the brown tide bloom of 1985-88 in the embayments of the Peconic estuary of Long Island, New York, a coupled hydrodynamic...

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...

The Role of Metals in Biological Phosphorus Removal

A Stochastic Water Quality Management Approach for Mixed-Use Watersheds

Historical Perspective Dissolved Oxygen & Eutrophication Models

Influence of Rivers on Pollution of Coastal Waters

Eutrophication in the Adriatic Sea

Chesapeake Bay Three-Dimensional Model Study

Development and Application of the Chesapeake Bay Eutrophication Model
The paper discusses the formulation of a steady-state coupled hydrodynamic/water quality model of Chesapeake Bay. The intent of this model was to provide insight into the processes and...

Aquifer Storage Recovery (ASR): A Potential Solution to the Eutrophication of Florida's Lake Okeechobee
Progress and preliminary results of a demonstration project of the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) are discussed. Formed in 1985, the Lake Okeechobee Technical Advisory...

Satellites Monitor Eutrophication of Estuaries
In a study on eutrophication of estuaries, NOAA/AVHRR satellite data have been analyzed for the Changjiang River plume and the adjacent coastal areas. The different regimes identified...

A Post-Audit of the Potomac Eutrophication Model
An unusual, unexpected, and unpredicted event - the Potomac Algae Bloom of 1983 - prompted a post-audit examination of the primary tool being used for guiding the continuing development...

Agricultural Nonpoint Source Control Program for Lake Erie
Congress mandated (PL 92-500, Sec. 108d and 108e) that the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers design and develop a program for the rehabilitation and environmental repair of Lake Erie. The...

A Comparison of Seven Lake Dredging Projects
Over the past decade, dredging has been increasingly recognized as one method for restoring some of the country's numerous eutrophic lakes. While certainly not appropriate...

A Modeling Analysis of the Implications of Phosphorus Availability of Lake Erie Inputs

Kinetic Complexity in Estuary Eutrophication Models

Calibration and Verification of the Potomac Eutrophication Model

Relationships Between Surface Water Nutrient Levels and Proximity of Agricultural and Forest Land to Receiving Waters

Eutrophication Analysis of TVA Reservoirs





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