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|Main Title||Holston River Study. Appendix E.|
|Author||Raschke, R. L. ;|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Athens, GA. Surveillance and Analysis Div.|
|Stock Number||PB-299 793|
|Additional Subjects||Aquatic plants ; Water pollution ; Holston River ; Sewage disposal ; Biochemical oxygen demand ; Mathematical models ; Oxygen ; Dissolved gases ; Nitrogen ; Phosphorus ; Concentration(Composition) ; Algae ; Hydraulic conductivity ; Benthos ; Tables(Data) ; Tennessee ; Water quality data|
The Holston River from HRM 118 to the confluence of the North and South Fork, the South Fork Holston River to Fort Patrick Henry Dam, and a short reach of the North Fork Holston River was simulated using the QUAL-II water quality model (Roesner et al., 1973). The effects of biochemical oxygen demand and nitrogen compounds from waste discharges and respiration of aquatic plants on the oxygen balance of the stream were simulated. The purpose of this effort was to assess the water quality of the Holston River relative to current waste discharges and aquatic plant populations.