||Biostimulation Characteristics of Wastes and Receiving Waters of the Snake River Basin.
||National Field Investigations Center-Denver, Colo.;Environmental Protection Agency, Seattle, Wash. Region X.
Snake River Basin ;
Infrared photography ;
Water pollution ;
Primary biological productivity ;
Plant growth ;
Aerial photography ;
Seasonal variations ;
Water pollution effects(Plants)
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||The National Field Investigations Center-Denver of the Environmental Protection Agency evaluated the American Falls, Brownlee, Milner and Minidoka Reservoirs in the Snake River Basin, and determined the concentrations of total phosphorus and inorganic nitrogen for algal bloom conditions and maximum algal growth. The growth limiting nutrient for each of the reservoirs during the different seasons of the year was determined. Aerial infrared photographs documented the algal blooms and effluent additions to the receiving waters. Recommendations were made as to how to solve the algal growth problem which included reducing the total phosphorus from municipal, agricultural and industrial sources, and better management of irrigation waters to reduce soil erosion.
||Prepared in cooperation with Environmental Protection Agency, Seattle, Wash. Region X.
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||6F; 13B; 68D
||PC A04/MF A01