Dissolved oxygen impact from urban storm runoff by Thomas N. Keefer

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  • Combined sewers -- United States.,
  • Rain and rainfall -- United States.,
  • Runoff -- United States.

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Statementby Thomas N. Keefer, Robert K. Simons, and Raul S. McQuivey.
SeriesEnvironmental protection technology series ; EPA-600/2-79-156, Research reporting series -- EPA-600/2-79-156.
ContributionsSimons, Robert K., McQuivey, R. S., Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory., Sutron Corporation.
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Paginationxii, 238 p. :
Number of Pages238
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Open LibraryOL17821280M

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EPA/ November DISSOLVED OXYGEN IMPACT FROM URBAN STORM RUNOFF by Thomas N. Keefer, Robert K. Simons, and Raul S. McQuivey The Sutron Corporation Arlington, Virginia Contract No. Project Officer John English Wastewater Research Division Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory Cincinnati, Ohio MUNICIPAL.

The primary objective of the research reported here is to determine if on a national basis a correlation exists between strength of dissolved oxygen (DO) deficits and the presence of rainfall and/or storm runoff downstream of urban areas.

A secondary objective is. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Keefer, Thomas N. Dissolved oxygen impact from urban storm runoff.

Cincinnati: Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory, This research assessed the current conditions of water quality in a shallow subtropical lake, influenced by a highly developed urban environment.

Specifically, the research focused on the dynamics of phosphorus, nitrogen, and dissolved oxygen, as well as the effects of stormwater runoff Cited by: 1.

This report highlights the trends in the mean content of nitric nitrogen, reactive and total phosphorus, and dissolved oxygen in the deepest waters, from up to the present day.

There is an evaluation of the effect on the lake trophy of the measured decrease in mean phosphorus content, Author: Ryan Mesmer. Data indicate from thunderstorms that occur in the summer has a much greater impact on dissolved oxygen and specific conductance than runoff from storms in the fall or winter season.

Summer storms could produce severe quality conditions in the Chattahoochee River downstream of Atlanta, if the river is at low flow. Urban Discharges and Receiving Water Quality Impacts covers the proceedings of a seminar organized by the IAWPRC/IAHR Sub-Committee for Urban Runoff Quality Data, as part of the IAWPRC 14th Biennial Conference.

The two main sources of dissolved oxygen are the atmosphere and aquatic plants. Atmospheric oxygen is mixed into turbulent riffles in the stream. Atmospheric o Oxygen is also produced by aquatic plants and algae as a product of photosynthesis. is the process by which green plants and certain energy source) and hydrogen (usually water) Most forms of photosynthesis release oxygen as a Size: 92KB.

urban runoff to the load of contaminants discharged to the White River by municipal wastewater- treatment plants. Purpose and Scope This report describes the effects of combined- sewer overflows and urban runoff on the water quality of Fall Creek in and near Indianapolis during summer In Cited by: 2.

The temporal and spatial dynamics of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) during storm events are well characterized in mesic urban regions, but equivalent studies in arid regions are less frequent, and our understanding of the impacts of arid-land urban storm events on downstream ecosystems remains poorly by: 2.

of water quantity impacts caused by urban storm water. Urban runoff increases directly with imperviousness and the degree of watershed development. As urban areas grow, urban streams are forced to accommodate larger volumes of storm water runoff that recur on a more frequent basis.

This leads to stream channel instability. The amount of dissolved oxygen that a given volume of water can hold is a function of atmospheric pressure, water temperature, and the amount of other substances dissolved in the water.

At sea level, fresh water can absorb more oxygen per volume than water at mountainous elevations because of the higher atmospheric pressure near sea level. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Butler, David.

Urban drainage / David Butler and John W. Davies. – 2nd ed. Urban runoff. Davies, John W. Title TD B88 ––dc22 ISBN 0–––8 (pbk) ISBN 0– THE IMPACT OF URBAN STORM WATER RUNOFF AND DOMESTIC WASTE were the total coliform, dissolved oxygen, total solids (TS), total suspended solids reduction, erratic rain fall, pressure of growing population and the connected impact of urban storm runoff and other unmanaged domestic wastes.

First Flush Analysis of Urban Storm Runoff Article in Science of The Total Environment () August with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The significance of storm water runoff in affecting water quality in the United States has become an increasing concern in recent years, as further improvements are made in controlling other point sources such as municipal sewage and industrial waste. The effect of storm water runoff on the surface waters was studied on the basis of five catchments in which storm water entered the drainage system and then discharged to the Cybina and to a small rheolimnic reservoir (mean residence time of water − day) located on Cited by:   Storm runoff has significant effects on water quality.

As shown in Figure 4 and Figure 5, the storm runoff at the end of August in entered the reservoir as a plunging underflow, leading the bottom water temperature to increase from °C to °C and the dissolved oxygen in the bottom water increased from 0 mg/L to mg/L.

The high Cited by: 6. Dissolved oxygen (DO) is a measure of how much oxygen is dissolved in the water - the amount of oxygen available to living aquatic organisms.

The amount of dissolved oxygen in a stream or lake can tell us a lot about its water quality. USGS scientist is measuring various water-quality conditions in Holes Creek at Huffman Park in Kettering, Ohio. streambed scouring, channel siltation, increased water temperatures, decreased dissolved oxygen levels, and changes to the morphology of the watercourse.

Increased pollutant loadings and discharges are still another impact of urban storm water runoff from impervious surface areas. Pollutants associated with urban areas are specific to the typeFile Size: KB. presence of oxygen is a positive sign and the absence of oxygen is a sign of severe pollution.

Waters with consistently high dissolved oxygen are considered to be stable aquatic systems capable of supporting many different kinds of aquatic life. Sources of Dissolved Oxygen 1.

Atmosphere. The air we breath contains approximately 21% oxygen File Size: KB. Strong correlations were also found among runoffs pollutants in different phases. Total suspended solid could be considered as a surrogate for particulate matters in both road and roof runoff, while dissolved chemical oxygen demand could be regarded as a surrogate for dissolved matters in roof by: 6.

Urban runoff flowing into a storm drain Urban runoff is surface runoff of precipitation created by urbanization. This runoff is a major source of flooding and water pollution in.

Thomas N. Keefer has written: 'Dissolved oxygen impact from urban storm runoff' -- subject(s): Rain and rainfall, Runoff, Combined sewers, Water, Dissolved oxygen, Water quality, Urban runoff.

Water quality urban run-off overfishing storm debris Litter wetlands sewage links stewardship Point Source Pollution Non-point Source pollution C.

connection making What is the connection between. Photosynthesis, dissolved oxygen and Eutrophication. File Size: KB. • The DO of the lower basin was recorded using a YSI A Dissolved Oxygen Instrument (Geotech Environmental Equipment, Inc., Denver, CO) both prior to and immediately following the drizzle.

The Effects of Storm Runoff on Long Island Sound Dissolved Oxygen Levels NRCA Student: Ethan Skuches1 Community Partners: Bridget Cervero2, Sarah Nahabedian2. 1 Overview of the Nonpoint Source Problem.

By S.A. Dressing, D.W. Meals, J.B. Harcum, and J. Spooner. Definition of a Nonpoint Source. Nonpoint sources of water pollution are both diffuse in nature and difficult to define. Nonpoint source (NPS) pollution can generally be defined as the pollution of waters caused by rainfall or snowmelt.

Four continuous, flow-through water-quality monitors were installed upstream from, in, and downstream from Indianapolis on the White River and near the mouth of Fall Creek in Indianapolis to monitor water quality, especially dissolved oxygen, during periods of base flow and storm runoff.

Streamflow, dissolved-oxygen concentration, specific. Abstract. The Storm and Combined Sewer Program (SCSP) of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been involved tor 20 years in the development of a diverse technology including combined sewer overflow (CSO) and stormwater control technology, instrumentation, problem assessments, best management practices (BMP) development and evaluation, stormwater Cited by: 2.

The United States Geological Survey states: "Phosphorus is a common constituent of agricultural fertilizers, manure, [urban runoff], and organic wastes in sewage and industrial effluent. It is an essential element for plant life, but when there is too much of it in water, it can speed up eutrophication (a reduction in dissolved oxygen in water bodies caused by an increase of mineral and.

An exciting paradigm may arise from this realization however: by equipping urban storm water systems with sensors and controllers (valves, gates, pumps, etc.), it will be possible to maximize the treatment of runoff through real‐time control [Kerkez et al., ].

While this idea will require significant future studies to vet its promise, the Cited by: nitrogen loadings. Nitrogen source including residential wastewater, urban/storm runoff and atmospheric deposition promote algal growth, die -off, settlement t o the sediment, and create and oxygen demand which results in low dissolved oxygen in the bottom waters of the Bay.

The resulting low dissolved oxygen conditions impact the fishery and other. The amount of dissolved oxygen (DO) an aquatic organism needs depends upon species, water temperature, and other factors such as the life stage of an organism.

For most Class 2B waters, the DO standard is 5 mg/L as a daily average and 4 mg/L as a daily demand is a measure of the oxygen used by microorganisms to decompose organic matter. Start studying Chapter 20 Multiple Choice.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. storm runoff, lawn fertilizers, and sewer overflows are Select one: c.

Increases the ability of the water to hold dissolved oxygen d. No impact on dissolved carbon dioxide or dissolved oxygen e. Reduces the ability. Dissolved oxygen—Storm water runoff events can cause significant dissolved oxygen depletion in urban streams and other nearby water bodies, which is sometimes sufficient to cause fish kills.

This situation is typically associated with an accumulation of oxygen demand in the sediments of urban storm sewers, which are flushed into urban streams. - reduced dissolved oxygen. What is the effect of metals in storm water. - Cu, Pb, Zn - development of guidance for low impact urban design - TP 10 Design Guideline Stormwater Treatment Devices Auckland Regional Council () - stormwater / urban runoff - key contaminants mitigation and management tools.

Thomas N. Keefer has written: 'Dissolved oxygen impact from urban storm runoff' -- subject(s): Rain and rainfall, Runoff, Combined sewers, Water, Dissolved oxygen, Water quality, Urban runoff.

Measuring dissolved oxygen, light levels, stream flow, and chemistry, they were able to model the growth of algae and oxygen-consuming bacteria in the streams. What they found is that the intense rush of storm water through these streams has reshaped them down to the bedrock, creating deep pools that can trap water and stagnate.

Impact of Stream Channel Urbanization on Dissolved O2 Concentrations Tess Van Orden temperature and land use are demonstrated to impact seasonal dynamics of dissolved oxygen.

_____ Introduction Urbanization is a rapidly growing form of land use change, second to agriculture in its volumous storm.

The impact of warmer flows can also be less direct. For example, they can cause the stream to have less dissolved oxygen because warmer water has a lower oxygen saturation potential and, therefore, lower dissolved oxygen.

These temperature changes can impact the biotic community within an. Urban stormwater often contains metals at levels of environmental significance, including cadmium, zinc, copper, and lead (see Stormwater Treatment Processes).

Metals in water are most commonly measured as “total” concentration (unfiltered samples) and “dissolved” concentration (filtered samples, generally through a μm filter). Actually, runoff pollutants in the environment exist mainly in the form of particulate and dissolved phase, which is one of leading factors on selection of storm water quality control measures [], However, little information is available on characterizing the dissolved pollutants in urban runoff, especially the comparison of runoff pollutants between particulate and dissolved phase.Dissolved Oxygen Dissolved oxygen is essential for the maintenance of healthy lakes and rivers.

The presence of oxygen in water is a positive sign, the absence of oxygen a signal of severe pollution. Most aquatic plants and animals need a certain level of dissolved oxygen for File Size: KB.

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