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Prediction of Traveltime & Longitudinal Dispersion in Rivers & Streams
Harvey E. Jobson (au). The possibility of a contaminant being accidentally or intentionally spilled upstream from a water supply is a constant concern to those diverting & using water from streams & rivers. A method of rapidly estimating traveltime or dispersion is needed for pollution control or warning systems on streams where data are limited. Discusses the theory of movement & dispersion of dissolved pollutants. Contains a summary of the methods used to collect time-of-travel info. Methods are recommended for estimating the rate of movement & attenuation of conservative pollutants based on an analysis of the data. The application of these results is illustrated by the use of 3 examples.
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