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Oxygen regeneration of polluted rivers: the Passaic River.

Rutgers University. Water Resources Research Institute.

Oxygen regeneration of polluted rivers: the Passaic River.

by Rutgers University. Water Resources Research Institute.

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Published by [Environmental Protection Agency, Water Quality Office]; for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water -- Aeration.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[Prepared] for the Water Quality Office, Environmental Protection Agency. [Authors: W. Whipple, Jr. and others]
    SeriesWater pollution control research series
    ContributionsWhipple, William, 1909-, United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Water Quality Office.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD458 .R87
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 56 p.
    Number of Pages56
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5276311M
    LC Control Number71614366

    ­By Jim Northrop. Treating water pollution may be one of the most critical services that trees offer to the world. In The Man Who Planted Trees, a book written by Jim Robbins, the author looks at the relationship between New York City and the forests just to the north of the city in the Catskill rolling woodlands form a catchment and filter area for the water that New.   TRENTON—The idea of going fishing in the lower reaches of the Passaic River, or perhaps boating on the Arthur Kill, would seem preposterous to most people today, given the grossly polluted.

    This chapter begins by describing some general water quality management problems and the definition of pollution from environmental and economic perspectives. The chapter then focuses on four of the major water pollution problems facing rivers throughout the world: dissolved oxygen (DO), nutrients, waterborne and water contact diseases, and Cited by: 5. The estuary, which encompasses the Passaic River, Hackensack River, Kill van Kull, and the Arthur Kill, has been heavily impacted by both industrial and urban expansion for more than years.

    Treating water pollution may be one of the most critical services that trees offer to the world. In “The Man Who Planted Trees,” a book written by Jim Robbins, the author looks at the relationship between New York City and the forests just to the north of the city in the Catskill rolling woodlands form a catchment and filter area for the water that New Yorkers drink.   The Water's Getting Better, The Hard Part Lies Ahead. Some of the river pollution from chemicals has been identified, but not measured. The Passaic River, for example, contains asbestos fibers.


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Water pollution control research series • ifyao3/7i oxygen regeneration of polluted rivers • the passaic river environmental protection agency • water quality office WATER POLLUTION CONTROL RESEARCU SERIES The Water Pollution Control Research Reports describe the results and progress in the control and abatement of pollution in our Nation’s waters.

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Bureau of Land Management, and Geological Survey (U.S.) (page images at HathiTrust) Water-quality. EP FYA 03/71 Oxygen Regeneration of Polluted Rivers: The Passaic River EP GGH 08/71 Changes in Water Quality Resulting from Impoundment EP GPF 04/71 Corrosion Potential of NTA in Detergent Formulations EP GWF 02/72 Soil Systems for Municipal EffluentsA Workshop and Selected.

Oxygen regeneration of polluted rivers, the Delaware River. DUP 12/70, Environmental Protection Agency, Water Quality Office. Oxygen regeneration of polluted rivers, the Passaic River. United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Water Quality Office United States.

Water Quality Office VIAF ID: (Corporate) Permalink: NATIONAL WATER QUALITY CONTROL RESEARCH PROGRAM List of Publications Water Pollution Control Research Series Report Report Number "Oxygen Regeneration of Polluted Rivers: The Passaic River" Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J.

"Oxygen Regeneration of Polluted Rivers: The Delaware River" Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N. "Optimum. In situ sediment oxygen demand rate determinations were performed on the freshwater Passaic River system during the late summer/early fall of Values obtained ranged from non-detectable to g m −2 day − values obtained were compared with values obtained historically from similar by: The production of oxygen by photosynthesis is the third process inthe oxygen balance.

In this process, carbohydrates are synthesizedfrom carbon dioxide and water, with a subsequent release of oxygen. This process requires radiant energy from the sun and is consequentlydiurnal in nature.

OPTIMIZATION OF DISSOLVED OXYGEN CONCENTRATION IN POLLUTED STREAMS US ING I~ISTREAM AERAT ION A. Koivo School of Electrical Engineering Purdue University ~Iest Lafayette, I nd iana ABSTRACT A discrete-time mathematical model derived from the modified Streeter-Phelps equation is used to des­cribe the evolution of the biological oxygen demand (BOO) and the dissolved oxygen Cited by: 2.

Evaluation of dissolved oxygen balance in two shallow turbulent slovene streams. for in situ assessment of the rates of the main processes involved in the oxygen balance of two shallow Slovene rivers: the River Borovni~6ica polluted with organic munici- pal and industrial wastewaters and the River Bistra polluted with inorganic nutrients Cited by: 7.

Introduction. Rivers are one of the most important sources of water for agriculture, industry, and municipal use. Their water quality is commonly degraded by untreated or poorly untreated sewage of various origins, amounts, and composition that exceed a river’s self-healing or carrying by: 1.

In the tidal section of Passaic River, dissolved oxygen also increased slightly from 4–6 mg/L to 5–9 mg/L during the transition from high tide to low tide perhaps because of the downstream flow of more oxygenated river water, given that the Passaic River showed relatively higher DO in the upstream sites (8–9 mg/L for PR-7 to PR; Table Cited by: 4.

While Diamond Alkali is the most notorious of the companies that polluted the lower Passaic they weren't the only ones. The Lower Passaic River Cooperating Parties Group represents many of the companies involved.

The Passaic River Directive listed below goes into more detail of the companies and the pollutants. LITERATURE CITED Water Resources Research Institute, Rutgers University, â Oxygen Regeneration of Polluted Rivers: The Passaic River,â Water Pollution Control Research Series, EPA, FYA, March Whipple, W, Jr., et al, â Oxygen Regeneration of Polluted Rivers: The Delaware River.

Statistical Analysis of Daily Water Quality Data. 4) the biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) of the Passaic River at Little Falls, New Jersey. storm runoff and other non-point source pollution.

Here, a comprehensive analysis was performed to reveal vertical and horizontal assemblage drivers of bacterial community in a heavily polluted urban river (total area of km2 and total length. [Note: John Todd’s new book, Healing Earth: An Ecologist’s Journey of Innovation and Environmental Stewardship will be available on Jan.

] In part 1 of this blog post, I described a phenomenon called the browning of waters. It involves dissolved organic carbon (DOC) being flushed from agricultural and other landscapes into streams, rivers and lakes. plers at five stations in a mile (km) reach of the Klamath River, Oregon, during The reach of stream is between the upper Klamath Lake and a reservoir.

Enriched water draining from the lake, wastes draining from the city of Klamath Falls, industrial wastes, and irrigation return water all contribute to the pollution of the river.Uchirin C.

G. and Ahlert W. K. () In situ sediment oxygen demand determination in the Passaic River (N J) during the late summer/early fall Wat. Res. 19, Cited by:   More than million pounds of toxic chemicals such as nitrates, arsenic, benzene and mercury were dumped into the Mississippi River .