Regional Water Board survey: water quality problems with possible modelling applications: Project WS2A / A.G. Barnett, G.B. McBride, J.C. Rutherford

By: Barnett, A.G.
Contributor(s): McBride, G.B. (NIWA. Hamilton) | Rutherford, J.C. (NIWA. Hamilton) | Water Quality Centre (Hamilton, N.Z.).
Series: Internal report / Water Quality Centre, Hamilton: no. 80/7Publisher: Hamilton, N.Z. : The Centre, 1980Description: 9 leaves ; 30 cm.Subject(s): SURVEYS | LOCAL GOVERNMENT | OXYGEN | EFFLUENTS | SEWAGE | DISPOSAL | NEW ZEALAND | WATER QUALITY In: Internal report / Water Quality Centre, HamiltonSummary: In the period June 1978 - March 1979 visits were made by staff of the Centre to each of the twenty Regional Water Boards. The purpose of these visits was to discuss with the Board staff the range of water quality problems each Board faces and which of these would lend themselves to a modelling approach. Results are summarised in this report which concludes that the preparation of handbooks of methods for modelling dissolved oxygen and effluent dispersion should be expedited.
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In the period June 1978 - March 1979 visits were made by staff of the Centre to each of the twenty Regional Water Boards. The purpose of these visits was to discuss with the Board staff the range of water quality problems each Board faces and which of these would lend themselves to a modelling approach. Results are summarised in this report which concludes that the preparation of handbooks of methods for modelling dissolved oxygen and effluent dispersion should be expedited.

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