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The Transport of Salt in Rivers and Estuaries

  • I. R. Wood

Summary

In order to follow the transport of salt in rivers, estuaries and lakes, it is not only necessary to be able to analyse the flows in these systems but also to understand the diffusion processes in these flows. This paper reviews the progress in understanding these processes and in analysing cases of engineering importance.

Keywords

Dispersion Coefficient Salinity Distribution Tidal Period Tidal Prism Salt Wedge 
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© Australian Academy of Science 1971

Authors and Affiliations

  • I. R. Wood
    • 1
  1. 1.Water Research LaboratoryUniversity of New South WalesManly ValeAustralia

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