Browsing Water Resources Research Center by Subject "Wahiawa (Hawaii)"

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  • Moore, Stephen F.; Lowry, G Stephen; Young, George P.; Young, Reginald H.F. (1981-03)
    Wahiawa Reservoir, a multiple-use facility, has historically experienced significant water quality problems, especially low dissolved oxygen (DO) concentrations which are spatially and temporally variable. To assist ...
  • Lum, Leighton W.K.; Young, Reginald H.F. (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1976-08)
    In recent times the increased influx of nutrients and organic matter as a result of man's activities into some waterways has resulted in the accelerated eutrophication of these waters. This has been found to be the case ...
  • Moore, Stephen F.; Lowry, G Stephen; Young, George P.; Young, Reginald H.F. (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1981-09)
    Wahiawa Reservoir is a small multi-use facility located on the central plain of Oahu, Hawaii. The goal of this study was to develop and apply a computer-simulation model of water quantity and quality in Wahiawa Reservoir. ...
  • Nomura, Myron M.; Young, Reginald H.F. (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1974-09)
    Heavy metals have long been known to exert toxic effects upon plants and animals at all trophic levels. Through the use of water as a cleansing and transporting agent, various types and forms of metals find their way into ...
  • Dugan, Gordon L.; Lau, L. Stephen; Yamauchi, Hiroshi (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1975-07)
    A coordinated research effort was undertaken to investigate the impact of secondary-treated effluents from the Wahiawa and Whitmore Sewage Treatment Plants on the Wahiawa Reservoir and to evaluate alternatives to the present ...

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