Shape and Initial Dilution of Sand Island, Hawaii Sewage Plume

@inproceedings{Petrenko1998ShapeAI,
  title={Shape and Initial Dilution of Sand Island, Hawaii Sewage Plume},
  author={Anne A. Petrenko and Burton H. Jones and Tommy D. Dickey},
  year={1998}
}
The wastewater plume discharged from the Sand Island Treatment Plant, Hawaii, outfall diffuser was mapped several times during September 25–October 1, 1994. The deeply submerged plume was patchy at its center, thin on its edges, and displayed vertically separated layers on three out of five days of plume mapping. Complexity of the sewage plume shape was due to a combination of factors that include temporal and spatial variations in currents, temperature stratification, and internal tides… CONTINUE READING

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