2 edition of Evaluating the sampling frequencies of water quality monitoring networks found in the catalog.
Evaluating the sampling frequencies of water quality monitoring networks
R. C Ward
by Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Environmental Monitoring and Support Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Las Vegas, Nev, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by Robert C. Ward, Agricultural and Chemical Engineering Department, Colorado State University, and Knud Strange Nielsen, Data Analysis Section, Water Quality Institute|
|Series||Interagency energy-environment research and development program report ; EPA-600/7-78-169, Research reporting series -- EPA-600/7-78-169|
|Contributions||Nielsen, Knud Strange, joint author, Environmental Monitoring and Support Laboratory (Las Vegas, Nev.), Colorado State University. Dept. of Agricultural and Chemical Engineering, Water Quality Institute, Horsholm, Denmark. Data Analysis Section|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 33 p. :|
|Number of Pages||33|
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Evaluating the sampling frequencies of water quality monitoring networks (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Robert C Ward; Knud Strange Nielsen; Environmental Monitoring and Support Laboratory (Las Vegas.
EFA/ August EVALUATING THE SAMPLING FREQUENCIES OF WATER QUALITY MONITORING NETWORKS by Robert C. Ward Agricultural and Chemical Engineering Department Colorado State University and Knud Strange Nielsen Data Analysis Section Water Quality Institute Horsholm, Denmark Contract Number CBA Project.
Water quality monitoring is designed to capture data from which management and restoration information is extracted. It generally involves a vast number of activities, which are extensively described in Sanders et al. () and summarized in Table k design comprises only a part of the total monitoring by: The book is intended to present an up-to-date overview of the current network design procedures and develop basic guidelines to be followed in both the design and the redesign of water quality monitoring networks.
The book treats the network design problem in a comprehensive and systematic framework, starting with objectives of monitoring and. 2. Surface water quality monitoring. This chapter aims at giving a short introduction to the basic principles of surface water monitoring.
Additional information can be found in numerous textbooks, an example being "Design of Networks for Water Quality Monitoring" by Sanders et al. As several water quality variables are usually considered in the design of water quality monitoring networks, the pair-wise comparison is used to combine the spatial and temporal frequencies.
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Water managers are concerned with the quantity andFile Size: 3MB. This procedure might be considered by others seeking to optimise their monitoring strategies provided that they, 1/can show that the dynamics in the water quality time series of interest are dominated by the dynamics in one controlling variable (e.g., rainfall), 2/obtain an initial period of high-frequency, stream water quality data (with Cited by: 9.
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