Site Specific Hydrological Model for Permaculture Application
This paper presents results of a study conducted on a small pond and watershed in Waterbury, Connecticut. The Soil Conservation Service method presented in Technical Release #55 (TR 55),...

Effects of Surface Drainage on Sediment Yield in Southern Delaware
Sediment surveys were conducted over a period of 16 years on two small reservoirs in the Nanticoke River basin, Delware in order to assess the effects of watershed drainage projects on...

Reuse of Waste Stabilization Pond Effluents for Fishculture: Productivity and Sanitary Quality Results

Effects of Surface Drainage on Sediment Yield in Southern Delaware
Sediment surveys were conducted over a period of 16 years on two small reservoirs in the Nanticoke River basin, Delaware in order to assess the effects of watershed drainage projects on...

Treatment, Reuse and Disposal of Drain Waters
Treatment, reuse and disposal options of agricultural drainage water present formidable technical problems. Various treatment technologies and disposal methods have been studied. Reuse...

Modelling Transport Phenomena in the Thermal Layer of the Solar Pond

Advanced Integrated Wastewater Pond Systems
By incorporating special environments for methane fermentation and photosynthetic oxygenation, advanced integrated ponding systems attain high degrees of primary and secondary treatment...

Is There a Relationship Between Pond Opening and Bluff Erosion on Nantucket Island, Massachusetts?

Ponds and Lagoons of Gulf Islands National Seashore
A physical and natural resource survey was conducted of the ponds and lagoons on Horn and Petit Bois Islands, Gulf Islands National Seashore, Mississippi. Petit Bois Island contains 17...

Treatment and Disposal Options
Viable treatment and disposal alternatives which can meet stringent environmental regulations and at affordable cost to the agricultural economy present formidable problems. Treatment...

Channel Entrenchment Along the Post Creek Cutoff in Southern Illinois
The Post Creek Cutoff was constructed in 1915 by the Cache River Drainage Commission to divert flow from the Upper Cache River to the Ohio River. The construction of the cutoff reduced...

Renewal of the Burt Dam Generating Station
The present redeveloped hydro facility operates as a 300 kW run-of-river station automated by a head pond level controller which adjusts turbine setting to match available river discharge....

Barrier Islands
Process and Management
These papers were presented at Coastal Zone '89 the Sixth Symposium on Coastal and Ocean Management held in Charleston, South Carolina, July 11-14, 1989. This volume is part...

Irrigation Drainage: Green River Basin, Utah
A reconnaissance of wildlife areas in the middle Green River basin of Utah during 1986-87 determined that concentrations of selenium in water and biological tissues were potentially harmful...

Features of Flow in Slurry-Thickening Ponds
The study reported was undertaken to investigate the physical processes which come into play in settling-pond slurry thickeners and causes their behavior to deviate from those included...

Effect of Conowingo Dam Releases on the Water Quality of the Lower Susquehanna River
A modeling study was performed to assess the effects of flow releases from Conowingo Dam on the water quality of Conowingo Pond and the Susquehanna River downstream of the dam. Reservoir...

Long Term Performance of Water Quality Ponds
A report developed under EPA's Nationwide Urban Runoff Program (NURP) describes an analysis methodology and presents graphs and example computations to guide planning level...

Water-Quality Ponds — Are They the Answer?
Water-quality 'wet' ponds have been proposed to treat storm water for the removal of phosphorous in streams tributary to Cherry Creek Reservoir, a major recreational...

Rainfall Analysis for Efficient Detention Ponds
Intensity-duration-frequency analysis of rainfall data is traditionally used for the selection of design storm required to size, storage capacity in detention/retention ponds without consideration...

The Alaskan Arctic Coast: Wetland or Desert?
Deserts can be defined by low precipitation and lack of water. The Alaskan Arctic coast receives approximately 18 cm (7 in. ) of precipitation annually and for 8 months of the year there...

 

 

 

 

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