Issues on Discharge Monitoring in Main Influent Rivers into Tokyo Bay

@inproceedings{Nihei2007IssuesOD,
  title={Issues on Discharge Monitoring in Main Influent Rivers into Tokyo Bay},
  author={Y. Nihei and Tomoyuki Takamura and N. Watanabe},
  year={2007}
}
To manage and control water environments in Tokyo Bay, it is necessary to monitor discharges in large rivers due to significant environmental impacts from inland on water quality in Tokyo Bay. In the present study, we examine present monitoring systems for discharges in the Edo, Ara, Tama, Naka, Sumida and Tsurumi Rivers corresponding to main influent rivers into Tokyo Bay. We also try to evaluate river discharges at the mouth by using several monitoring data. The evaluated discharges at the… Expand
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