Simplified Procedures for Eutrophication Assessment and Prediction: User Manual
WALKER (WILLIAM W) JR CONCORD MA
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Eutrophication has several direct and indirect effects on reservoir water quality and uses. The report documents assessment procedures which have been developed for application to Corps of Engineers reservoirs. Study phases include problem identification, data gathering, and model implementation. Three computer programs are designed to assist in the last two phases a FLUX-- estimation of tributary nutrient loadings from grab-sample concentration data and continuous flow records using a variety of calculation methods which permit quantification of potential errors and evaluation of alternative sampling program designs b PROFILE--display and reduction of pool water quality data, including calculation of hypolimnetic oxygen depletion rates, characterization of spatial and temporal variability, and robust statistical summary of mixed- layer concentration data and c BATHTUB--implementation of nutrient balance models and eutrophication response models in a spatially segmented hydraulic network which accounts for advective transport, diffusive transport, and nutrient sedimentation.
- Hydrology, Limnology and Potamology
- Operations Research
- Computer Programming and Software