Observations on Dredging and Dissolved Oxygen in a Tidal Waterway

  • Brown C
  • Robert C
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Abstract

Evidence indicates that resuspension of oxidizable bottom sediments
in a tidal waterway caused significant reductions in the dissolved
oxygen (D. 0.) concentration of the water. During dredging, D. O.
was reduced between 16–83% below normal.

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Authors

  • Charles L. Brown

  • Clark Robert

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