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The inextricable link between energy production and reservoir water quality poses an ongoing challenge for civil engineers. Energy production processes can influence reservoir water quality, and reservoir water quality can limit energy production. This book on energy production and reservoir water quality brings together the regulatory framework driving the need for technical evaluations and the details of tools presently available for assessing those issues. Along with six case studies, topics discussed in Energy Production and Reservoir Water Quality include: regulatory framework; fundamental water quality processes; numerical hydrodynamic and transport models for reservoirs; water quality modeling theory; and modeling systems and their applications. This report was created by the Environmental Effects Committee of ASCE s Energy Engineering Division
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