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  • Iwamoto, Stanford M; Chun, Michael J; Young, Reginald HF; Dugan, Gordon L (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1981-03)
    The most cornmon method of disinfecting waste water effluent is by chlorination which destroys pathogenic microorganisms in the waste water stream. A field study conducted at the Wahiawa Wastewater Treatment Plant on ...
  • Moore, Stephen F; Lowry, G Stephen; Young, George P; Young, Reginald HF (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. ...
  • Liu, Clark CK; Lau, L Stephen; Mink, John F (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1981-12)
    The freshwater aquifer in the Pearl Harbor area on O'ahu, Hawai'i is the most important water resource of the island and constitutes a large proportion of its freshwater supply. The aquifer has a freshwater lens up to 304.8 ...
  • Ekern, Paul C (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1967-08)
    The marine sub-tropic climate of Hawaii is particularly suited to the use of semi-contained hydraulic lysimeters. Field experiences in the use of these lysimeters reveal a number of problems among which were factors related ...
  • Chun, Michael J; Dugan, Gordon L (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1981-09)
    The operation of the City and County of Honolulu, Kapaa Sanitary Landfill, located next to Kawainui marsh on Windward Oahu, Hawaii, raised concern over the possibility that landfill leachate could have adverse effects on ...
  • Handley, Linda Lea; Ekern, Paul C (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1981-12)
    Californiagrass (paragrass) irrigated with effluent from secondarily treated domestic sewage showed excellent response as a means for disposal of large amounts of water, effective removal of nitrogen, and high production ...
  • Fok, Yu-Si; Chang, Chi-Pin (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1982-03)
    In some arid and semiarid regions where most water is appropriated for irrigation, water has been recognized as the most important limiting factor for energy development. Therefore, a water transfer from agricultural to ...
  • Green, Richard E; Ahuja, Lajpat R; Chong, She-Kong; Lau, L Stephen (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1982-08)
    Oxic soils on Oahu were studied to develop and test simplified methods of determining the hydraulic conductivity of unsaturated soils, to test some simple infiltration models, and to assess the utility of soil survey mapped ...
  • Christakos-Comack, Elizabeth; Dugan, Gordon L (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1982-07)
    The quality of natural and induced storm runoff was ascertained from the 11.33 x 10^6 m^2 (2800 acre) Honolulu International Airport (daily average air traffic volume of about 1000 planes and a mean annual rainfall of ...
  • Lam, Arnold W; Young, Reginald HF (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1982-11)
    Viable pathogens are generally present at every stage of wastewater treatment. Thus a potential airborne infectious pathway due to microbial aerosols exists, particularly at activated sludge treatment plants. In this study ...
  • Oberdorfer, June A; Peterson, Frank L (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1982-12)
    Wastewater disposal into injection wells almost inevitably results in aquifer clogging and reduced injection capacity. In Hawaii, clogging has produced well overflows resulting in numerous public health, legal, and financial ...
  • Kinzie, Robert A III; Ford, John I (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1982-10)
    Intensive stream surveys were conducted on Maui and Kauai in Hawaiian island streams during October 1979 through 1982 to investigate whether the presence of predaceous eleotrids in terminal reaches of low-gradient streams ...
  • Bresler, Eshel; Green, Richard E (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1982-12)
    Watershed modeling, which incorporates the stochastic nature of the hydraulic properties of the land surface and rainfall, requires a mathematical description of watershed variability, including the frequency distribution ...
  • Fujimura, Faith N; Murabayashi, Edwin T (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1983-03)
    The previous Water Resources Research Center bibliographies (Technical Report Nos. 50 and 88) were evaluated by the project staff, assisted by an advisory committee to determine how this bibliography could be improved. As ...
  • Burbank, Nathan C Jr; Chan, Po Lau; Young, Reginald HF (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1967-08)
    The waters of the streams in the South Kohala district of the island of Hawaii have long been noted for their extremely high color and at times a distinct peaty taste. Early attempts to treat this water have led to the ...
  • Kloos, William; Aipa, Nathan; Chang, Williamson BC (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1983-05)
    The unique situation concerning water rights in Hawaii presents some particularly difficult legal questions. This report analyzes the constitution, "taking" issues involved if Hawaii were to move from its present, judicially ...
  • Giambelluca, Thomas W (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1983-05)
    The basal aquifer underlying the Pearl Harbor-Honolulu Basin comprises the principal source of water supply for municipal demands of greater Honolulu and the demands of irrigated agriculture. Declining freshwater head and ...
  • Murabayashi, Edwin T; Fok, Yu-Si (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1983-05)
    The conceptual feasibility of storing fresh water in the ocean was investigated using a plastic membrane as the reservoir liner. In the initial phase, two physical hydraulic models were constructed to test the concept. The ...
  • Dugan, Gordon L; Christakos-Comack, Elizabeth (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1983-05)
    The quality of natural and induced storm water runoff from several smaller public airports in Hawaii (air traffic volume of approximately 130 to over 350 airplanes/day) was compared to results from the previous Phase I ...
  • Fujioka, Roger S; Shizumura, Lyle (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1983-06)
    The mCP medium devised by Bisson and Cabelli in 1979 was used to recover Clostridium perfringens from sewage and streams. This membrane filtration method proved to be uncomplicated and reliable. Of 98 presumptively positive ...
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