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Introduction to Salt Dilution Gauging for Streamflow Measurement Part 2 : Constant-rate Injection

@inproceedings{Moore2008IntroductionTS,
  title={Introduction to Salt Dilution Gauging for Streamflow Measurement Part 2 : Constant-rate Injection},
  author={R. Moore},
  year={2008}
}
Introduction Stream gauging by salt injection is a technique that will work in many streams in which current-meter measurements are unreliable. This extension note builds upon a previous Streamline article (Moore 2004b) and describes field and computational procedures for stream gauging by constant-rate salt injection. The emphasis is on small streams (less than about 2 m in wetted width) under low flow conditions (discharge less than about 100 L/s). A future article will introduce slug… Expand
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