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Evaluation of effluent dispersion and fate models for OCS platforms
|Statement||edited by Akshai K. Runchal ; prepared for Minerals Management Service, U.S. Department of the Interior ; prepared by MBC Applied Environmental Sciences, and Analytic and Computational Research, Inc.|
|Contributions||Runchal, Akshai K., United States. Minerals Management Service., MBC Applied Environmental Sciences (Costa Mesa, Calif.), Analytic and Computational Research, Inc.|
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Modeling of transport and seepage in effluent-dominated streams A. L. Berestov, H. J. S. Fernando, and P. Fox Environmental Fluid Dynamics Program, Arizona State University, Tempe Abstract. We describe the development and potential applications of a new stream water quality model that can be operated in either steady or unsteady modes. The modelCited by: 8. Goals / Objectives This project will evaluate the transport and fate of toxicity and endocrine disruption activity associated with trace organic contaminants (TOrCs) in the liquid- and solid-phase in the effluent-dependent Santa Cruz River (SCR) in southern Arizona. Project objectives are to establish TOrC fate during both in-stream transport of wastewater effluent and during subsurface.
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