Recognizing the importance of optimum use of our water resources, the
Office of Water Resources Research and other governmental agencies have encouraged
studies concerning quality improvement and optimum management of
these resources. Because of the extremely complex nature of the problem, much
more work is needed.
The study reported on herein is concerned with simulating the quantity
and quality of flow in fairly large watersheds or basins. The problem was
separated into two parts: (a) simulation of water quantity on a continuous
synthesis basis and (b) simulation of water quality by means of a model which
would interact with the quantity model.
Song, Charles; Pabst, Arthur; Bowers, C. Edward.
Simulation of the Quantity and Quality of Flow in a River Basin.
St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory.
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