4 edition of dynamic water-quality modeling framework for the Neuse River Estuary, North Carolina found in the catalog.
dynamic water-quality modeling framework for the Neuse River Estuary, North Carolina
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Geological Survey, Information Services [distributor] in Raleigh, N.C, Denver, CO
Written in English
|Other titles||Dynamic water quality modeling framework for the Neuse River Estuary, North Carolina|
|Statement||by Jerad D. Bales and Jeanne C. Robbins ; prepared in cooperation with the Division of Water Quality, North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 99-4017|
|Contributions||Robbins, Jeanne C, North Carolina. Division of Water Quality, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 35 p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
The evolution of North Carolina's water quality policy outlined in Table 1 highlights the `extent of the market' issue, and the increasing role of flexibility in state-level policy design. Pre, the regulated market consisted entirely of point sources. This table indicates that as the planning process evolved voluntary reduction requirements for non-point sources were dropped in favor Cited by: In support of a total maximum daily load (TMDL) analysis, hydrodynamic and water quality conditions in the Neuse River Estuary were simulated for a 43 month period beginning in June using the two-dimensional, laterally averaged model l modifications to the model were made for this application including the further development of .
The Neuse River begins in the Piedmont region of North Carolina, and much of its mile journey to the Atlantic Ocean is through forests that are managed for timber. A new study by U.S. Forest Service researchers evaluates Best Management Practices (BMPs) for silviculture operations to see whether water quality in the Neuse River Basin. The Neuse River Estuary was included on the North Carolina Department of Water Quality (d) list for nutrients, and was scheduled for total maximum daily load (TMDL) development by spring of The water quality target of the TMDL was determined by the state to be the chlorophyll- a concentrations in the estuary.
North Carolina Sea Grant-funded researchers from NC State and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Institute of Marine Sciences are analyzing several decades of data on hypoxia and algal blooms in the Neuse River Estuary. Doctoral . Stakeholder values, ecosystem services, and scientific modeling in the Neuse River Estuary, NC the Neuse river and estuary has been experiencing severe symptoms of eutrophication. These incl\൵de:\爀ⴀ 攀砀挀攀猀猀椀瘀攀 愀氀最愀氀 戀氀漀漀洀猀屲- low dissolved oxygen\爀ⴀ 洀愀猀猀椀瘀攀 昀椀猀栀.
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These limitations formed the basis for a set of suggestions to refine the Neuse River estuary water-quality model. Citation: Bales, J.D., and Robbins, J.C.,A dynamic water-quality modeling framework for the Neuse River estuary, North Carolina: U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report35 p. Get this from a library. A dynamic water-quality modeling framework for the Neuse River estuary, North Carolina.
[Jerad Bales; Jeanne C Robbins; North Carolina. Division of Water Quality.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. A Dynamic Water-Quality Modeling Framework for the Neuse River Estuary, North Carolina By JERAD D. BALES and JEANNE C. BOBBINS U.S.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations Report Prepared in cooperation with the Division of Water Quality, North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources Raleigh, North Carolina Cited by: 6. A dynamic water-quality modeling framework is being developed by the U.S.
Geological Survey, in cooperation with the North Carolina Division of Water Quality, for the Neuse River estuary. Neuse River Water Quality Monitoring.
There are approximately 29 Lower Neuse River Basin monitoring stations. Some stations are sampled monthly, others are sampled on a weekly basis.
Physical data such as dissolved oxygen, pH, temperature, and salinity are recorded at each station. Water samples are also collected at each : () Neuse River Basin - Summary Neuse River Basin Description The Neuse River originates in north central North Carolina in Person and Orange counties and flows southeasterly until it reaches tidal waters near Streets Ferry upstream of New Bern (Figure i).
At New Bern, the river broadens dramatically and changes from a free-flowing river to a tidalFile Size: 2MB. The rules also protect riparian buffers and mandate training for professionals that apply fertilizer.
The rules went into effect in and seek to reduce nitrogen levels in the estuary by 30% from a baseline.
The ultimate goal of the strategy is the removal of the Neuse estuary from North Carolina’s impaired waters : () A preliminary LOICZ budget for the Neuse River Estuary, North Carolina.
None Christian RR, Buzzelli CP: Christian RR, Buzzelli CP. A preliminary LOICZ budget for the Neuse River Estuary, North Carolina. Presented at the 16th Biennial Conference of the Estuarine Research Federation, St.
Pete Beach, FL, November R (Final) not available. Although nitrogen is the major pollutant of concern for the Neuse River Estuary, it is also a nutrient that is essential for life. The majority of nitrogen on the planet exists as N 2 gas in the atmosphere. In fact, 78% of the volume of the air we breathe is nitrogen.
Nitrogen is not a natural constituent of rocks or minerals. N N The N 2. WATER-QUALITY DATA FROM CONTINUOUSLY MONITORED SITES IN THE PAMLICO AND NEUSE RIVER ESTUARIES, NORTH CAROLINA, By Ronald G. Garrett and Jerad D. Bales ABSTRACT Beginning in Aprilwater-quality measurements were made at six sites in or near the Pamlico River estuary and at five sites in or near the Neuse River : Ronald G.
Garrett, Jerad D. Bales. Final Report: Development of a Surface Water Object-Oriented Modeling System (SWOOMS) for the Neuse River Estuary, North Carolina EPA Grant Number: R Title: Development of a Surface Water Object-Oriented Modeling System (SWOOMS) for the Neuse River Estuary, North Carolina Investigators: Luettich Jr., Richard A., Bowen, J., Alperin, Marc.
COUPLED LAND-ESTUARY SYSTEM FOLLOWING A DYNAMIC STORM EVENT: THE NEUSE RIVER AND ESTUARY, NC AND HURRICANE IRENE by Matthew M. Brown June, Location map of the APES of eastern North Carolina showing the Neuse River Neuse River Estuary Modeling and Monitoring Project (ModMon) and NEMReP stations The Neuse River Estuary; the vertical lines separate the four segments used for this study.
65 G.B. Arhonditsis et al. / Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 72 () 63. North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
PHASE II of the total maximum daily load for total nitrogen to the Neuse River estuary, North Carolina, Final. North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Division of Water Quality, Raleigh, North Carolina.
Google ScholarCited by: Beginning in Aprilwater quality measurements were made at six sites in or near Pamlico River estuary and at five sites in or near the Neuse River estuary. Measurements taken at minute intervals included near-surface and near-bottom specific conductance; near-surface water temperature; and near-surface, mid-depth, and near-bottom dissolved-oxygen concentrations.
North Carolina's Neuse River Estuary is typical of those in the Eastern U.S. Violations of water quality standards for dissolved oxygen and chlorophyll-a are.
USGS NEUSE RIVER NEAR GOLDSBORO, NC. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. Available data for this site Click to hide station-specific text This station is Page Contact Information: North Carolina Water Data Support.
Neuse River Estuary Modeling and Monitoring Project Stage 1: An Examination of Long Term Nutrient Data in the Neuse River Watershed Craig A. Stow and Mark E. Borsuk Duke University Nicholas School of the Environment Box Durham, NC The research on which the report is based was supported by funds provided by the North.
NEUSE RIVER ESTUARY MODELING AND MONITORING PROJECT STAGE 1: NETWORK ANALYSIS FOR EVALUATING THE CONSEQUENCES OF NITROGEN LOADING BY Robert R. Christian and Cassondra R. Thomas Biology Department, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, USA.
The research on which the report is based was supported by funds provided. Map of North Carolina with enlarged region showing the Neuse River Estuary, Pamlico Sound, the town of New Bern, NC, and the water quality sampling stations, ranging from 0 toused with the Neuse River Estuary modeling and monitoring project (ModMon).Cited by:.
the most serious water quality problems currently faced by the United States (USEPA ). The report emphasizes that, in order to be successful, future efforts to restore and protect coastal waters must be based on both sound science and active public involvement. The Neuse River estuary in North Carolina (figure 1) is a typical example of a.
The authors appreciate the technical assistance and input of A. Joyner, B. Peierls, and P. Wyrick. This work was supported by the National Science Foundation (DEB and OCE ), the St. Johns River Water Management District, the U.S.
Department of Agriculture NRI Project 00−, U.S. EPA STAR Projects R, R, Cited by: A study was conducted between April and September to estimate groundwater and nutrient discharge to the Neuse River estuary in North Carolina.
The largest groundwater fluxes were observed to occur generally within 20 m of the shoreline. Groundwater flux estimates based on seepage meter measurements ranged from × to × Cited by: