Sediment Transport and Contaminant Behavior in the Buffalo River, New York: Implications for River Management

@inproceedings{Mclaren2008SedimentTA,
  title={Sediment Transport and Contaminant Behavior in the Buffalo River, New York: Implications for River Management},
  author={P. Mclaren and J. Singer},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract The lower 9 km of the Buffalo River that flows into the eastern end of Lake Erie has been designated by the International Joint Commission as a Great Lakes area of concern (AoC) because of poor water quality, degraded riparian and river habitat, and contaminated sediments—impairments related to a long history of contamination from the industrial legacy of the past century. As a designated AoC, attention is presently focused on sediment remediation, an endeavor requiring an assessment… Expand
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