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ISBN:
0646270583
Author:
Wayne D Erskine
Category:
Engineering
Language:
English
Publisher:
Broken River Management Board and Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources, Victoria (1996)
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Published December 31st 1996 by Broken River Management Board and Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources Victoria.

Published December 31st 1996 by Broken River Management Board and Dept. The influence of waterway management on water quality with particular reference to suspended solids, phosphorus and nitrogen. 0646270583 (ISBN13: 9780646270586).

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The influence of waterway management on water quality with particular reference to suspended solids . Erosion models: Quality of spatial predictions. Hydrological Processes, 17, 887–900. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Jiang, . Qi, . & Tan, J. (1980).

The influence of waterway management on water quality with particular reference to suspended solids, phosphorus and nitrogen. Victoria, East Melbourne: Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Eswaran, . Lal, . & Reich, P. F. (2001).

The suspended sediment yield was calculated by multiplying the daily average discharged water by the average sediment concentration, while the eroded .

The suspended sediment yield was calculated by multiplying the daily average discharged water by the average sediment concentration, while the eroded coarse sediment yield was computed using a regression equation developed by the Japanese Ministry of Construction. W. D. Erskine, and M. J. Saynor, The Influence of Waterway Management on Water Quality with Particular Reference to Suspended Solids, Phosphorus, and Nitrogen (Wangaratta, 1996). 20. Erosion Problems in Turkey (General Directorate of State Hydraulic Works, Ankara, 1990).

This study determined the water quality improvements in swine lagoons by an innovative swine manure . The system performed high-rate solid-liquid separation, biological ammonia treatment and phosphorus treatment.

The system performed high-rate solid-liquid separation, biological ammonia treatment and phosphorus treatment. The treatment system met the environmental performance standards for swine waste management systems in new or expanding operations in North Carolina. The system substantially reduced odor by 9. %; pathogens by 9. 9%, nutrients (phosphorus and nitrogen) by 90%, and heavy metals by 99%.

The responses of water quality, Such as dissolved oxygen, chlorophyll, and water clarity, to nitrogen, phosphorus, and .

The responses of water quality, Such as dissolved oxygen, chlorophyll, and water clarity, to nitrogen, phosphorus, and sediment loads are analyzed. From the response surface, a water quality response is estimated under loading conditions beyond that of a limited set of scenarios. Watershed Best Management Practices (BMPs) are often designed to reduce loading from particle-borne contaminants, but the temporal lag between BMP implementation and improvement in receiving water quality is difficult to assess because particles are only moved downstream episodically, resting for long periods in storage between transport events.

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Nitrogen in particular is removed through storm drains, sewage pipes, and .

Nitrogen in particular is removed through storm drains, sewage pipes, and other forms of surface runoff. Nutrient losses in runoff and leachate are often associated with agriculture. Nitrogen is released into the air because of ammonia volatilization and nitrous oxide production

Phosphorus stimulates aquatic plant growth and contributes to eutrophication process in rivers, lakes and the ocean. Simultaneous precipitation of phosphorus from wastewater with metal salts is commonly applied.

Phosphorus stimulates aquatic plant growth and contributes to eutrophication process in rivers, lakes and the ocean. A large part of phosphorus is discharged into the receiving waters by wastewater. One of the solutions of this problem is represented by chemical precipitation. Metal salts are dosed directly into aeration tank, and produced precipitates are wasted as a part of the secondary sludge.

Water quality is affected by a wide range of natural and human influences

Water quality is affected by a wide range of natural and human influences. Eutrophication results not only from point sources, such as wastewater discharges with high nutrient loads (principally nitrogen and phosphorus), but also from diffuse sources such as run-off from livestock feedlots or agricultural land fertilised with organic and inorganic fertilisers.