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WRRCTR No.174 Trace Organic (DBCP) Transport Simulation of Pearl Harbor Aquifer, Oahu, Hawaii: Multiple Mixing-Cell Model, Phase I

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Title WRRCTR No.174 Trace Organic (DBCP) Transport Simulation of Pearl Harbor Aquifer, Oahu, Hawaii: Multiple Mixing-Cell Model, Phase I
Creator Orr, Shlomo Lau, L Stephen
Subject aquifers organic pesticides model studies groundwater saturation zone vadose water mixing-cell model DBCP EDB TCP Mililani Wells basaltic aquifer Pearl Harbor aquifer Oxisols Ultisols Lahaina Wahiawa Leilehua soils Maui Hawaii Oahu Dibromochloropropane -- Hawaii -- Oahu -- Environmental aspects. Groundwater -- Pollution -- Hawaii -- Oahu. Groundwater flow -- Hawaii -- Oahu. Organic water pollutants -- Hawaii -- Oahu.
Description State of Hawaii, Office of Environmental Quality Control, Department of Health Grant/Contract No. T-377 Lumped parameter models were chosen to provide a preliminary appraisal of the fate of trace organics (DBCP) in a portion of the Pearl Harbor aquifer and to provide a management tool for policymaking. The models, which consider portions of the aquifer as mixing cells, extensively simplify the systems. Special attention focused on attenuation and travel time in the approximately 800 ft (244 m) thick, vadose zone. Pseudo first-order decay coefficients determined from pesticide residues in the...
Date 1987-08
Type Report
Identifier Orr S, Lau LS. 1987. Trace organic (DBCP) transport simulation of Pearl Harbor aquifer, Oahu, Hawaii: multiple mixing-cell model, phase I. Honolulu (HI): Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa. WRRC technical report, 174. http://hdl.handle.net/10125/2021
Language en-US
Relation WRRC Technical Report 174
Publisher Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa

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