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Title: Development of a model to predict longitudinal water temperatures for the Rogue River, Oregon
Authors: Hamlin-Tillman, Dorothy E.
Nestler, John M.
Keywords: Thermal pollultion of rivers, lakes, etc.--Computer programs
Water temperature--Computer programs
QUAL II (Computer programs)
Rogue River (Ore.)--Temperature
Publisher: Environmental Laboratory (U.S.)
Series/Report no.: Miscellaneous Paper;EL-87-15
Abstract: Abstract: This report documents efforts to modify and implement the riverine water quality model, QUAL II, as a predictive/management tool for assessing effects of Lost Creek Dam operation on downstream temperatures in the Rogue River. Some of the topics addressed in this report are data synthesis of missing or unavailable observed data, results of calibration/verification, model sensitivity to operational changes, and software development to increase usability of the model, Each topic is discussed as related to the study objective; recommendations are presented to avoid model misuse.
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