Proceedings of the River and Estuary Mixing Workshop, Hamilton, 17-18 November 1981

By: Rutherford, J. C. (James Christopher), 1949-.
Contributor(s): [National Water and Soil Conservation Organisation (N.Z.); River and Estuary Mixing Workshop (1981 : Hamilton, N.Z.).] | River and Estuary Mixing Workshop (Hamilton : 17 - 18 Nov 1981).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Water & soil miscellaneous publication ; no. 49.Publisher: Wellington : MOWD, 1982Description: 157 p.ISSN: 0110-4705.Subject(s): RIVERS | ESTUARIES | POLLUTION | EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH | HYDROLOGY | SEWAGE | FLOWS | TRANSPORT | RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES | WATER QUALITY | HYDROELECTRIC POWER GENERATIONOnline resources: Click here to access online
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These are the proceedings of the 1981 workshop of an annual series held on a topic which is of importance to water resource managers. Included here are the short papers speakers presented and transcripts of the discussions which followed. The papers focussed on mixing in rivers and tidal estuaries and emphasised practical procedures, difficulties, and achievements. The majority described case studies from Taranaki, the Waitemata Harbour, Huntly, and other parts of New Zealand
In: Water & soil miscellaneous publication
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13 tables; 2 appendices; 79 figs; 50 refs Available from Technical Information Office, Water and Soil Division, Ministry of Works and Development, PO Box 12041, Wellington

These are the proceedings of the 1981 workshop of an annual series held on a topic which is of importance to water resource managers. Included here are the short papers speakers presented and transcripts of the discussions which followed. The papers focussed on mixing in rivers and tidal estuaries and emphasised practical procedures, difficulties, and achievements. The majority described case studies from Taranaki, the Waitemata Harbour, Huntly, and other parts of New Zealand

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