Dissolved oxygen transfer to sediments by sweep and eject motions in aquatic environments

@inproceedings{OConnor2008DissolvedOT,
  title={Dissolved oxygen transfer to sediments by sweep and eject motions in aquatic environments},
  author={Ben L. O’Connor and Miki Hondzo},
  year={2008}
}
Dissolved oxygen (DO) concentrations were quantified near the sediment-water interface to evaluate DO transfer to sediments in a laboratory recirculating flume and open channel under varying fluid-flow conditions. DO concentration fluctuations were observed within the diffusive sublayer, as defined by the time-averaged DO concentration gradient near the sediment-water interface. Evaluation of the DO concentration fluctuations along with detailed fluid-flow characterizations were used to… CONTINUE READING

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