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Prediction of Traveltime and Longitudinal Dispersion in Rivers and Streams
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Interaction of fine sediment with alluvial streambeds
More knowledge is needed about the physical processes that control the transport of fine sediment moving over an alluvial bed. The knowledge is needed to design rational sampling and monitoringExpand
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Predicting River Travel Time from Hydraulic Characteristics
Predicting the effect of a pollutant spill on downstream water quality is primarily dependent on the water velocity, longitudinal mixing, and chemical/physical reactions. Of these, velocity is theExpand
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Simulation of stream discharge and transport of nitrate and selected herbicides in the Mississippi River Basin
Stream discharge and the transport of nitrate, atrazine, and metolachlor in the Mississippi River Basin were simulated using the DAFLOW/BLTM hydrologic model. The simulated domain for streamExpand
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Simulating unsteady transport of nitrogen, biochemical oxygen demand, and dissolved oxygen in the Chattahoochee River downstream from Atlanta, Georgia
As part of an intensive water-quality assessment of the Chattahoochee River, repetitive water-quality measurements were made at 12 sites along a 69-kilometer reach of the river downstream of Atlanta,Expand
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Comparison of techniques for estimating annual lake evaporation using climatological data
Mean annual evaporation estimates were determined for 30 lakes by use of a numerical model (Morton, 1979) and by use of an evaporation map prepared by the U.S. Weather Service (Kohler et al., 1959).Expand
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Mudflow Rheology in a Vertically Rotating Flume
Joint research by the U.S. Geological Survey and the University of Missouri-Rolla currently (1990) is being conducted on a 3.05 meters in diameter vertically rotating flume used to simulate mudflowsExpand
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Modeling highly transient flow, mass, and heat transport in the Chattahoochee River near Atlanta, Georgia
A coupled flow-temperature model has been developed and verified for a 27.9-km reach of the Chattahoochee River between Buford Dam and Norcross, Ga. Flow in this reach of the Chattahoochee is con­Expand
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