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Main Title Proceedings of a symposium on direct tracer measurement of the reaeration capacity of streams and estuaries, Atlanta, Georgia, July 7-8, 1970 /
Author Tsivoglo, Ernest C. ; McClanaha, Mark A. ; Sander, Walter M.
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Tsivoglou, Ernest C.
McClanahan, Mark A.
Sanders, Walter M.
CORP Author Georgia Institute of Technology.
Publisher U.S. G.P.O.,
Year Published 1972
Report Number EPA16050-FOR-01/72; EPA WPCRS 16050 FOR 01/72
Stock Number PB-218 478
OCLC Number 15203231
Subjects Water--Aeration--Congresses. ; Rivers--Aeration--Congresses. ; Estuaries--Congresses. ; Stream measurements--Congresses. ; Stream self-purification--Congresses. ; Estuaries--Aeration.
Additional Subjects ( Estuaries ; Dissolved gases) ; ( Streams ; Dissolved gases) ; ( Isotopic labeling ; Dissolved gases) ; ( Meetings ; Aeration) ; Oxygen ; Turbulent flow ; Mixing ; Water pollution ; Hydraulics ; Flint River ; South River ; Patuxent River ; Chattahoochee River ; Yaguina River Estuary ; Mass transfer ; James River Estuary ; Biochemical oxygen demand ; Radioactive isotopes ; Measurement ; Reaeration ; Self purification
Internet Access
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EJBD ARCHIVE EPA 16050-FOR-01-72 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 05/12/2014
EJBM  TD458.P763 1972 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 11/04/2013
EKAD  16050 FOR 01/72 Region 4 Library/Atlanta,GA 08/23/2002 DISPERSAL
EKAD  TP839.G46 1972y Region 4 Library/Atlanta,GA 08/23/2002 DISPERSAL
ELDM  TP839.G46 1972 NHEERL/MED Library/Duluth,MN 02/07/2006
NTIS  PB-218 478 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 01/01/1988
Collation 194 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Abstract
A symposium on direct measurement of the reaeration capacity of streams and estuaries was conducted in July 1970 at the Georgia Institute of Technology. It was designed to make public all of the available information on the subject at that time. The papers presented provide an outline of the fundamentals of gas transfer in turbulent systems, the theory and application of radiotracers for measuring gas transfer in natural waters, and the associated field and laboratory procedures. Other papers provide tracer-observed values of the reaeration capacity of several streams, and comparisons with computed values obtained from well-known predictive models. A new theory regarding the relationship between the reaeration capacity and the hydraulic properties of natural streams is presented, together with early supporting observed results. The effects of pollutants on the reaeration capacity, and some observed results, are discussed. (Author Modified Abstract)
Contents Notes
Turbulence, mixing and gas transfer / E.C. Tsivoglou -- Relative gas transfer characteristics of krypton and oxygen / E.C. Tsivoglou -- Field tracer procedures and mathematical basis / J.R. Wallace -- Field hydraulic studies / J.R. Wallace and D.E. Hicks -- Laboratory procedures / R.J. Velten -- Reaeration capacity of the Flint, South and Patuxent rivers / E.C. Tsivoglou -- Oxygen balance of the South River / A.G. Herndon -- Reaeration studies of the Chattahoochee River / J.R. Wallace -- Model study of reaeration capacity of the James River Estuary (Virginia) / M.W. Lammering -- Field studies in Yaquina River Estuary of surface gas transfer rates / D.J. Baumgartner [and others]. -- Radiological safety / Jon R. Longtin -- Effect of hydraulic properties on reaeration / Edward L. Thackston -- Pollutant effects on reaeration / L.A. Neal -- Observed vs. calculated reaeration capacities of several streams / J.R. Wallace -- Relationships between hydraulic properties and reaeration / E.C. Tsivoglou. A symposium on direct measurement of the reaeration capacity of streams and estuaries was conducted in July 1970 at the Georgia Institute of Technology. It was designed to make public all of the available information on the subject at that time. The papers presented provide an outline of the fundamentals of gas transfer in turbulent systems, the theory and application of radiotracers for measuring gas transfer in natural waters, and the associated field and laboratory procedures. Other papers provide tracer-observed values of the reaeration capacity of several streams, and comparisons with computed values obtained from well-known predictive models. A new theory regarding the relationship between the reaeration capacity and the hydraulic properties of natural streams is presented, together with early supporting observed results. The effects of pollutants on the reaeration capacity, and some observed results, are discussed.