FITTING THE RED RIVER OF THE NORTH BASIN TO THE GENERAL RIVER BASIN SIMULATION PROGRAM
FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ADMINISTRATION WASHINGTON DC DIV OF TECHNICAL CONTROL
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A mathematical model of the Red River of the North Basin, Minnesota and North Dakota, can be used as a water quality planning management tool to simulate time and spatial variations of flow and concentrations of total dissolved solids throughout the Basin. Other parameters of water quality can be included in the model with little effort. The model incorporates hydrologic and water quality data and the Fiering-Pisano mathematical model described in the report River Basin Simulation Program issued by the Office of Comprehensive Planning and Programs, March 1967. Given 1 the River Basin Simulation Program, 2 this report, and 3 tape of operational hydrology, other investigators can study various combinations of water quality management schemes.
- Hydrology, Limnology and Potamology