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Fate and transport of sediment-associated contaminants

A. J. Medine

Fate and transport of sediment-associated contaminants

by A. J. Medine

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Published by Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, N.T.I.S. in Athens, GA, Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fluid dynamics -- Mathematical models,
  • Water -- Pollution -- Mathematical models,
  • Sediment transport -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFate and transport of sediment-associated contaminants, 1989
    StatementAllen J. Medine, Steve C. McCutcheon.
    ContributionsMcCutcheon, Steve C., Environmental Research Laboratory (Athens, Ga.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, p. 225-291 :
    Number of Pages291
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14752613M
    OCLC/WorldCa25076697

    Critical conditions for resuspension, as well as resuspension rates, of sediment‐associated bacteria were determined for several storm events. The critical shear stress for E. coli NAR resuspension in Swan Creek ranged from to N m −2, which is comparable with literature values for critical shear stresses for erosion of cohesive. Kayhanian M., M. Dever, and A. Massoudieh, , Mass Balance Modeling Approach for Nutrient Source Identification of Highway Runoff, EWRI, World Environmental and Water Resources Conference, Palm Springs, CA. Kayhanian M. and A. Massoudieh, , One-dimensional model to evaluate the hydraulic capacity of a full depth permeable pavement for stormwater management, NOVATECH .

    Frank, R. et al. () Organochlorine insecticides and PCBs in sediments of Lake St. Clair ( and ) and Lake Erie. Sci. Tot. Environ. 8, – Google Scholar. Fate and Transport of Metals and Sediment in Surface Water EPA Grant Number: RC Subproject: this is subproject number , established and managed by the Center Director under grant R (EPA does not fund or establish subprojects; EPA .

    Bacteriophages as Surrogates for the Fate and Transport of Pathogens in Source Water and in Drinking Water Treatment Processes. In: Bacteriophages. I. Kurtboke, Ed., InTech, ISBN , p. Tufenkji N, Emelko MB, Groundwater Pollution: Impacts on Human Health: Fate and Transport of Microbial Contaminants.   Fate and transport of contaminants in sediments are influenced by macroscale processes that need to be retained in CSMs intended to reflect specific reaches or areas of water bodies in larger aquatic systems.


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