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WRRCPR No.95-11 Nonpoint Source Pollution Within the Anahulu River and Opaeula Stream Drainage Areas, Kaiaka-Waialua Bay Hydrologic Unit Area, Oahu, Hawaii

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Title WRRCPR No.95-11 Nonpoint Source Pollution Within the Anahulu River and Opaeula Stream Drainage Areas, Kaiaka-Waialua Bay Hydrologic Unit Area, Oahu, Hawaii
Creator DeVito, Paul A Dugan, Gordon L Murabayashi, Edwin T Gee, Henry K
Subject land use nitrogen pesticides phosphorus rainfall streamflow suspended solids storm runoff turbidity toxins drainage area water quality pollutants forest reserve sugarcane culture automatic water sampler grab samples Kaiaka Bay Waialua Bay Oahu Hawaii Anahulu River (Hawaii) Nonpoint source pollution -- Hawaii -- Oahu. Opaeula Stream (Hawaii) Water quality -- Hawaii -- Oahu.
Description Kaiaka and Waialua bays, located on the north shore of Oahu, Hawaii, have long-term histories of turbid water conditions occurring after significant rainfall events. The bays are the receptacles of the approximately 70,700-acre Kaiaka-Waialua Bay Hydrologic Unit Area, with Kaiaka Bay receiving runoff from four distinct drainage areas and Waialua Bay from one drainage area. Kaiaka Bay receives runoff from 86% of the hydrologic unit's surface area, with the remainder flowing to Waialua Bay. The...
Date 1995-05
Type Report
Identifier DeVito PA, Dugan GL, Murabayashi ET, Gee HK. 1995. Nonpoint source pollution within the Anahulu River and Opaeula Stream drainage areas, Kaiaka-Waialua Bay hydrologic unit area, Oahu, Hawaii. Honolulu (HI): Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa. WRRC project report, 95-11. http://hdl.handle.net/10125/2928
Language en-US
Relation WRRC Project Reports 95-11
Publisher Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa

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