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Title: Strategies for Zebra Mussel infestations on waterway gauging stations
Authors: Ingram, John J.
Publisher: Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Abstract: Background: Gauging stations are installed along waterways or associated with locks and dams to record surface water elevation. Stations usually consist of an instrument shelter, stilling well, and intake (Figure 1). Because of their small size, proximity to nutrient-rich, well-oxygenated, flowing waters, gauging stations are likely to be susceptible to zebra mussel infestations. Gauging stations will likely be one of the most critical areas in a lock for zebra mussel infestation.
Description: Technical Report
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