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Water quality and limnology of Korean reservoirs
Reservoirs are the predominant type of lentic ecosystem in Korea, and they account for a considerable proportion (~59%) of the agricultural water uses. There are 18,797 reservoirs in Korea; mostExpand
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The Concentration and Input/Output of Nitrogen and Phosphorus in Paddy Fields
For the purpose of evaluating nutrient loadings into rivers and lakes from agricultural land, especially from paddy fields and also nutrient degradation in drainage channels, the Total KjeldahlExpand
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Modification of WASP5 for Ungauged Watershed Management and Its Application
This study was carried out to develop a water quality simulation model for the evaluation of an ungauged watershed. For this purpose, the WASP5 model was selected and modified. The model consists ofExpand
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Rice culture in asia
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Water quality monitoring and multivariate statistical analysis for rural streams in South Korea
South Korea is located in the Asian monsoon region, and paddy rice farming is one of the important agricultural activities, which may contribute to the non-point source pollution of inland waterExpand
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Evaluation of NPS Pollutant Loads from Clayey Loam Fields
NPS pollutant loads from sandy clayey and clayey loam runoff plots were measured. Runoff plots were 210 m in size and 8~10% in slope and paddy area was 4,620 . Soybean, corn, tobacco and controlExpand
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Estimation of pollutant loads in an estuarine reservoir considering pollution source characteristics and seasonal variation
The Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) program is an integrated process of watershed assessment and management to address surface water quality impairment. The management of organic contaminants andExpand
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Enhancement of Sewage Treatment Efficiencies by Recirculation in Absorbent Biofilter System
An Absorbent Biofilter System (ABS) combined with the recirculation process was investigated for the feasible application in additional removing of organics (BOD, SS) as well as nutrients (TN, TP)Expand
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ENHANCED NUTRIENT REMOVALS USING CONVENTIONAL ANOXIC BIOMECHANIC AEROBIC SYSTEM FOR ON-SITE WASTEWATER TREATMENT
  • S. Kwun, Chulsung Kim
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of environmental science and health. Part…
  • 14 May 2002
ABSTRACT A bench-scale absorbent biofilter system combined with a conventional anoxic process was investigated in regard to its feasibility for removing organic as well as nutrient materials fromExpand
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