A dissolved oxygen model for reservoirs and lakes with highly varying inputs and outputs

Mukhallalati, Labeeb


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Water quality monitoring plays a significant role on water resources management and planning. European Union (EU) Water Framework Directive aims to achieve “good status” for all waters.. Within the adaptation period to EU, Turkey aims to improve its water quality monitoring network; however, this will lead to time, budget and human resources problems. Purpose of this thesis is the application of a method that will provide water quality assessment (WQA) under limited budget and data conditions. The method wa...
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Citation Formats
L. Mukhallalati, “A dissolved oxygen model for reservoirs and lakes with highly varying inputs and outputs,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 1994.