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Development and Preliminary Application of Mathematical Models to the Weber Basin


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Title Development and Preliminary Application of Mathematical Models to the Weber Basin
Creator Grenney, W. J. Bowles, D. S. Chambers, M. D. Riley, J. P.
Description The adoption of stream standards, whether for direct application or for the establishment of realistic effluent standards, creates a need to predict the impact of pollution loads on river water quality during critical flow periods or as the result of future user demands. Because of the complexity of aquatic systems, mathematical models are an excellent medium for bringing together the state-of-the-art knowledge from a variety of disciplines into a form which can be readily applied to...
Date 1974-12-01T08:00:00Z
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Subject mathematical models simulation systems analysis water pollution control water quality water quality standards water resources management Civil and Environmental Engineering Water Resource Management

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