Waste load evaluation for the upper Trinity River system in the Trinity River basin, segment 0804: Trinity River above Lake Livingston, segment 0805: upper Trinity River - lower West Fork Trinity River, segment 0806: West Fork Trinity River below Lake Worth.
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A waste load evaluation for the Upper Trinity River (Segments 0804, 0805, and 0806) had been prepared by the Texas Department of Water Resources. It was adopted by the Texas Water Development Board on August 21, 1985 and approved by the United States Environmental Protection Agency on October 2, 1985. The purpose of this evaluation is to recommend waste treatment levels and effluent limitations that will result in the receiving water meeting applicable dissolved oxygen criteria through the year 1990. Recommendations are based on growth projections, water quality data and other information that were available as of April 1, 1985. This report updates and amends any previous waste load evaluations and becomes part of the state water quality management plans.
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Trinity River Basin Water Quality Management Plan: I. Degradation Rates of Advanced Treatment Effluents Anticipated in the Trinity River Basin, Texas. II. Oxygen Uptake of Organic Bottom Sludges from the Trinity River, Texas - Methods and Preliminary Results. Texas A&M Univerity, College Station (Texas A&M University, 1974)Abstract I: The aerobic degradation rates of advanced treated effluents were studied, and a kinetic model is proposed. Both the carbonaceous and nitrogenous deoxygenation rates followed pseudo first order, or monomolecular, ...
Report of the investigation of claims of water rights in the lower Trinity River segment, Trinity River basin, and the western portion of the Neches-Trinity Coastal Basin. Texas Department of Water Resources (Texas Department of Water Resources., 1979)No abstract available
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