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Typical tasks of a river monitoring network design include the selection of the water quality parameters, selection of sampling and measurement methods for these parameters, identification of the locations of sampling stations and determination of the sampling frequencies. These primary design considerations may require a variety of objectives, constraints(More)
Long-term surveillance of aquatic environments is a costly endeavor, thus a sound strategy is necessary to select the locations of monitoring stations to improve the quality of a monitoring system. This can be accomplished by optimizing the locations of a sensor network with respect to the hydraulic and fate and transport characteristics of the surface(More)
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