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Water quality objectives

Ontario Water Resources Commission.

Water quality objectives

policy guidelines.

by Ontario Water Resources Commission.

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Published in [Toronto?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water quality -- Ontario.

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    Cover title.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 l.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20413279M

    Get this from a library! Manitoba surface water quality objectives. [D A Williamson; Manitoba. Water Standards and Studies Section.]. We can define the water/sediment quality objectives as the guideline value or narrative statement for each selected indicator that should ensure the protection of all identified community values.. The main purpose of water quality objectives and sediment quality objectives is to guide management.

    water quality objectives. Because forensic chemistry and other analytical approaches can rapidly increase monitoring costs, problem areas may be prioritized relative to severity of problem, availability of other data sources to inform decision-making, and other considerations. In order to address high priority water quality problems, the Executive. Keywords: water quality, alkalinity, nitrate, pH, and biotic index; Lesson Plan Grade Level: ninth through twelfth; Total Time Required: one half-day at streams and two class periods; Setting: classroom and a local stream that passes through possible pollution areas such as cow pastures and other agricultural areas (along fields), or sewage treatment plant or urban area.

    Once a purely technical sub-discipline of hydrology, water quality management is now a social and political discipline, with concerns ranging from ensuring adequate health standards to preserving biological diversity and ecosystem integrity. This book goes beyond the technical manuals and specialty publications to provide support and guidance for the everyday decisions made by water-quality. quality objectives and the issuing of codes of practice on matters affecting the environment; - the promotion and co-ordination of envir- Parameters of Water Quality - Interpretation and Standards ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The valuable assistance of Gerry O'Flaherty and the late Marie Allen is gratefully acknowledged.


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