On modelling the impacts of phosphorus stripping at sewage works on in-stream phosphorus and macrophyte/epiphyte dynamics: a case study for the River Kennet.

@article{Wade2002OnMT,
  title={On modelling the impacts of phosphorus stripping at sewage works on in-stream phosphorus and macrophyte/epiphyte dynamics: a case study for the River Kennet.},
  author={Andrew J. Wade and Paul G. Whitehead and George M. Hornberger and H. P. Jarvie and Nathan Flynn},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2002},
  volume={282-283},
  pages={395-415}
}
A new model of in-stream phosphorus and macrophyte dynamics, 'The Kennet model', was applied to a reach of the River Kennet, southern England. The reach, which is 1.5 km long, is immediately downstream of Marlborough sewage treatment works, where phosphorus reduction by tertiary effluent treatment began in September 1997. The model is used to simulate the flow, water chemistry and macrophyte biomass within the reach, both before and after phosphorus removal from the effluent. Monte Carlo… CONTINUE READING

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