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Fresh Water Studies

1983

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Pamunkey River Slack Water Data Report : Temperature, Salinity, Dissolved Oxygen, 1970 - 1980, T. J. Brooks Oct 1983

Pamunkey River Slack Water Data Report : Temperature, Salinity, Dissolved Oxygen, 1970 - 1980, T. J. Brooks

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This report contains station locations, survey schedules, field procedures, sample handling procedures, and data reduction and storage procedures. In addition, 11 years of contoured temperature, salinity, and dissolved oxygen data is presented.


Mattaponi River Slack Water Data Report : Temperature, Salinity, Dissolved Oxygen, 1970 - 1980, T. J. Brooks Sep 1983

Mattaponi River Slack Water Data Report : Temperature, Salinity, Dissolved Oxygen, 1970 - 1980, T. J. Brooks

Reports

This report contains station locations, survey schedules, field procedures, sample handling procedures, and data reduction and storage procedures. In addition, 9 years of contoured temperature, salinity, and dissolved oxygen data is presented.


Rappahannock River Slack Water Data Report: Temperature, Salinity, Dissolved Oxygen 1970-1980, T. J. Brooks Aug 1983

Rappahannock River Slack Water Data Report: Temperature, Salinity, Dissolved Oxygen 1970-1980, T. J. Brooks

Reports

This report contains station locations, survey schedules, field procedures, sample handling procedures, and data reduction and storage procedures. In addition, 11 years of contoured temperature, salinity, and dissolved oxygen data is presented.


James River Slack Water Data Report : Temperature, Salinity, Dissolved Oxygen, 1971 - 1980, T. J. Brooks, C. S. Fang Jan 1983

James River Slack Water Data Report : Temperature, Salinity, Dissolved Oxygen, 1971 - 1980, T. J. Brooks, C. S. Fang

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The slack water survey program, which has been supp orted by the State Water Control Board and the Virginia Institute of Marine Science under the Cooperative State Agencies program, provides an extended series of tem perature, salinity, dissolved oxygen and nutrient measurements along the James River. These have been used to: 1) establish, verify, and update mathe matical and physical hydraulic models; 2) provide a baseline against which effects of unusual events have been measured; and could be used to: 3) es tablish annu al and longer period 11 climatological" trends in response to changing natural phenomena and man-made modifica ...