||Modeling the Impacts of Hydromodification on Water Quantity and Quality.
Y. M. Mohamoud ;
A. C. Sigleo ;
R. S. Parmar
||National Health and Ecological Effects Research Lab., Newport, OR. Western Ecology Div.; Environmental Protection Agency, Athens, GA. Ecosystems Research Div.
Water pollution control ;
Environmental protection ;
Aquatic ecosystems ;
Pollution sources ;
Water quality ;
Water quantity ;
Natural resources management ;
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||Hydromodification activities are driven by human population growth and resource extraction and consumption including urbanization, agriculture, forestry, mining, water withdrawal, climate change, and flow regulation by dams and impoundments. These anthropogenic activities alter natural flow regimes and lead to reduced downstream water quantity and degraded water quality. Recently, USEPA and states recognized hydromodification as a stressor and a leading source of water quality impairment in streams and rivers. Hydromodification-induced stressors include chemical pollutants, pathogens, nutrients, suspended solids, and flow and habitat alteration.
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