Using dye-tracing and chemical analyses to determine effects of a wastewater discharge to Jam Up Creek on water quality of Big Spring, southeastern Missouri, 2001

@inproceedings{Imes2002UsingDA,
  title={Using dye-tracing and chemical analyses to determine effects of a wastewater discharge to Jam Up Creek on water quality of Big Spring, southeastern Missouri, 2001},
  author={J. L. Imes and Brian S. Fredrick},
  year={2002}
}
  • J. L. Imes, Brian S. Fredrick
  • Published 2002
  • Environmental Science
  • On July 5, 2001, approximately 50,000 gallons of partially treated wastewater was accidentally discharged from the Mountain View wastewater-treatment plant in Howell County, Missouri, into nearby Jam Up Creek. The creek is a tributary of the Jacks Fork, a recreational stream administered by the National Park Service (NFS) as part of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways in southeastern Missouri (fig. 1). Jam Up Creek is located in a mature karst terrain and normally loses all surface flow about 0… CONTINUE READING

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