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|Main Title||WASP7 Stream Transport-Model Theory and User's Guide: Supplement to Water Quality Analysis Simulation Program (WASP) User Documentation.|
|Author||R. B. Ambrose ; T. A. Wool|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Athens, GA. Ecosystems Research Div.; Environmental Protection Agency, Atlanta, GA. Region IV.|
|Additional Subjects||Eutrophication model ; Surface water ; Water quality analysis ; Water quality ; Toxicants ; Water Quality Analysis Simulation Program(WASP7)|
The Water Quality Analysis Simulation Program, WASP7 (Di Toro et al. 1983, Ambrose et al. 1988, Wool et al. 2001, Wool et al. 2006) is a general dynamic mass balance framework for modeling contaminant fate and transport in surface waters. Based on the flexible compartment modeling approach, WASP can be applied in one, two, or three dimensions with advective and dispersive transport between discrete physical compartments, or segments. WASP provides a selection of modules to allow the simulation of conventional water quality variables as well as toxicants.