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Hydrodynamics and Transport

  • Emmet M. Owens
  • Steven W. Effler
Part of the Springer Series on Environmental Management book series (SSEM)

Abstract

This chapter deals with physical processes occurring within the basin of Onondaga Lake and the lake outlet. These processes are important in mediating the manifestations of the lake’s water quality problems. Further, certain pollutant inputs have had rather distinct impacts on the hydrodynamics regime of the lake, which are documented here.

Keywords

Fecal Coliform Outlet Channel Density Stratification Fecal Coliform Bacterium Lake Outlet 
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  • Steven W. Effler

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