Water Quality Modelling

Water in rivers, aquifers, and lakes naturally contains many dissolved materials, depending on atmospheric inputs, geological conditions, and climate. These materials define the water’s chemical characteristics. Itsbiological characteristics are defined by the flora and fauna within the water body, and temperature, sediment load and colour are important physical characteristics. Water “quality” is a function of chemical, physical, andbiological characteristics but is a value-laden term because it implies quality in relation to some standard.

  • Mass-Balance Principles
  • Steady-State Models
  • Design Stream Flows For Water Quality
  • Reclamation and Reuse
  • Sludge Treatment

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