Empirical methods in the design of ground-water quality monitoring strategies
Hydraulic Engineering: Proceedings of the National Conference on Hydraulic Engineering
New Orleans, Louisiana
Ground-water quality monitoring strategies are designed for environments ranging from the complex to the very simple. Complexity is characterized by socio-economic, public health, and biogeochemical interactions in space and time. Arguments are offered to show that empirical methods are cost-effective for the more complex, while process-based methods are appropriate for the relatively simpler environments.
Published Article/Book Citation
Hydraulic engineering : proceedings of the 1989 National Conference on Hydraulic Engineering / sponsored by the Hydraulics Division of the American Society of Civil Engineers ; hosted by the New Orleans Branch, ASCE, New Orleans, Louisiana, August 14-18, 1989 ; edited by Michael A. Ports. New York, NY : American Society of Civil Engineers, c1989.