4 edition of Dynamic water-quality modeling framework for the Neuse River estuary, North Carolina found in the catalog.
Published 1999 by Administrator in U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey
Includes bibliographical references (p. 34-35).
|Statement||U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey|
|Publishers||U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
|3||Water-resources investigations report ;|
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Fifth progress report to and response from the President of the Board of Trade and the Secretary of State for the Environment.
N N The N 2.2003 ; Cape Fear River. Google ScholarCited by: Beginning in Aprilwater quality measurements were made at six sites in or near Pamlico River estuary and at five sites in or near the Neuse River estuary. Modeling is necessary because of rapidly changing coastal circulation and stratification patterns that affect hypoxia, the large spatial extent over which hypoxia develops, and limitations on our capabilities to directly measure hypoxia over large spatial and temporal scales.
Most of the theories and technical approaches presented within have been implemented in mathematical models and applied to solve practical problems. Current challenges include the understanding of the interactions between marine cyanobacteria and other microbes in their immediate community.
Lebo Publisher: ISBN: UCR:31210018618551 Category: Chlorophyll Page: 98 View: 551 References Bales JD, Robbins JC 1999 A dynamic water- quality modeling framework for the Neuse River estuary, North Carolina. In contrast, mesotrophic and eutrophic environments such as the Laurentian Great Lakes have been increasingly affected by nuisance and toxic cyanobacterial blooms that have yielded severe declines in water quality. These areas serve as concentrated centers of the socio-economic system.
ISBN : 9781906799014 Summary : Environmental modelling has enjoyed a long tradition, but there is a defined need to continually address both the power and the limitations of such models, as well as their quantitative assessment. Hypoxia refers to conditions in the water column where dissolved oxygen falls below levels that can support most metazoan marine life i. However, because of the interannual variability in the natural system and the resulting complex hydrologic-nutrient inter- actions, it is difficult to detect through a short-term observational program the effects of management activities on Neuse River estuary water quality and aquatic health.
This volume is essential reading for researchers in academia, industry and government-related bodies who have a vested interest in all aspects of environmental modelling. The book looks at efforts to spur social and behavioral changes that affect air quality, the effectiveness of market-based instruments for air quality regulation, and many other aspects of the issue.
WATER-QUALITY DATA FROM CONTINUOUSLY MONITORED SITES IN THE PAMLICO AND NEUSE RIVER ESTUARIES, NORTH CAROLINA, By Ronald G. Summary Wetland and Stream Rapid Assessments: Development, Validation, and Application describes the scientific and environmental policy background for rapid wetland and dynamic water-quality modeling framework for the Neuse River estuary assessments, how such assessment methods are developed and statistically verified, and how they can be used in environmental decision-making—including wetland and stream permitting.
The authors appreciate the technical assistance and input of A. Series Water-resources investigations report -- 99-4017.
Stakeholder values, ecosystem services, and scientific modeling in the Neuse River Estuary, NC the Neuse river and estuary has been experiencing severe symptoms of eutrophication. Factors promoting bloom formation and the functional roles of toxins are important issues being addressed today. Author : Dubravko Justic,Kenneth A. It addresses the multidisciplinary approaches for rapid diagnoses and assessments, and offers a step-by-step treatment of all aspects of ecosystem processes, modelling and monitoring.
Since 2001, the hypoxic zone has averaged 2 1 16,500 km during its peak summer monthsan area slightly larger than the state 2 2 of Connecticut, and ranged from a low of 8,500 km to a high of 22,000 km.
Petersburg, Florida, November 5-7, 2001. This new edition builds upon the strengths of the earlier editions but has been thoroughly revised throughout.
This book consists of 15 chapters that are broadly organized around three main topics: 1 Modeling of the physical controls on hypoxia, 2 Modeling of biogeochemical controls and feedbacks, and, 3 Modeling of the ecological effects of hypoxia.