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Effects of benthic deposits on dissolved oxygen and organic concentrations in a small stream

J. C. Hovious

Effects of benthic deposits on dissolved oxygen and organic concentrations in a small stream

by J. C. Hovious

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Published by Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Illinois in Urbana .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Vermilion River (Ill. and Ind.)
    • Subjects:
    • Oxygen.,
    • Detritus -- Vermilion River (Ill. and Ind.),
    • River sediments -- Vermilion River (Ill. and Ind.)

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: leaves 53-54.

      Statementby Joseph C. Hovious.
      SeriesSanitary engineering series,, no. 55
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGB1225.I27 H68
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 63 l.
      Number of Pages63
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5740709M
      LC Control Number70632113

      Nitrogen and phosphorus relationships to benthic algal biomass in temperate streams Walter K. Dodds, Val H. Smith, and Kirk Lohman Abstract: Knowledge of factors limiting benthic algal (periphyton) biomass is central to understanding energy flow in stream ecosystems and stream eutrophication. Effects ofCopper Sulfate on Benthic Algae; A Laboratory Experiment Jill Leale McNair Scholar Mark Lutenton, Ph.D. Faculty Mentor dissolved copper concentrations (Table 1). Total dissolved copper was ana­ Total dissolved copper tested and projected copper concentrations Effects of Copper Sulfate on Benthic Algae. Figure 2.

      (e.g. pH, temperature, dissolved oxygen, and nutrient concentrations) rather than biological ones (Figure 3). However, bio-logical indicators such as species diversity and numbers help provide a better un-derstanding of a stream’s health (Figure 4). Changes in stream health most likely will parallel the biological changes within a stream. Benthic Macroinvertebrates Definition Benthic macroinvertebrates are small organisms inhabiting the bottom of streams, rivers and lakes. They may roam freely over rocks and organic debris, or live in constructed cases, tubes, or nets attached to rocks during all or part of their life cycle. Macroinvertebrates have no backbone.

        The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency has adopted an ambitious program, called Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL), to restore streams so that they achieve their intended use. A TMDL is essentially how much pollution a stream can receive and still achieve its intended use. In regulatory and legal terms, one of the major uses of streams is aquatic life support, and benthic macroinvertebrates. The major energy sources in small streams are benthic algae and detritus, coarse particulate organic matter (CPOM) (e.g., leaf litter) being the dominant energy input in wooded streams. The breakdown of CPOM is brought about by a combination of microbial decomposition, macroinvertebrate feeding, chemical leaching, and physical abrasion.


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Effects of benthic deposits on dissolved oxygen and organic concentrations in a small stream by J. C. Hovious Download PDF EPUB FB2

Aerobic aquatic life requires oxygen for survival, and most are dependent upon oxygen dissolved in the water column (see Figure 10). Dissolved oxygen (DO) concentrations are normally sufficient to maintain healthy biotic assemblages in unpolluted, free-flowing streams, but low or extremely high DO levels can impair or kill fishes and invertebrates.

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. Benthic faunas are strongly impacted by these events (Diaz and Rosenberg, ), even though the meiofauna, especially foraminifera, appears to be less sensitive to low dissolved oxygen (DO.

An analysis of temperature effects on oxygen thresholds of benthic marine organisms (including demersal fishes), for example, found that a 4 o C increase in temperature decreased survival times. Changes in nutrients concentrations were measured in intertidal pools on sand and mud between tides.

Dissolved inorganic phosphorus (DIP) concentrations (~ µmol l −1) and effluxes ( ± 14 µmol m −2 h −1) were greater from sand than mud (37 ± 10 µmol m −2 h −1), possibly due to the binding of P with the Cited by: The trend of increasing dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in surface waters motivated us to gain a mecha-nistic understanding of DOC exchange at the sediment water interface in lakes.

We quantified seasonal DOC and solute fluxes under different redox conditions, in a small drinking water reservoir using sediment core by: 1. Introduction.

Deep-sea calcareous benthic foraminifera are abundant inhabitants of the top 15 cm of seafloor sediment in areas shallower than the calcium carbonate compensation depth (Corliss, ; Kaiho, a).Changes in dissolved oxygen concentration at the sediment/water interface and related factors such as organic carbon content in surficial sediments, apparently play a major role in Cited by: The benthic zone is the ecological region at the lowest level of a body of water such as an ocean, lake, or stream, including the sediment surface and some sub-surface sms living in this zone are called benthos and include microorganisms (e.g., bacteria and fungi) as well as larger invertebrates, such as crustaceans and polychaetes.

Organisms here generally live in close. Froelich PN () Kinetic control of dissolved phosphate in natural rivers and estuaries: A primer on the phosphate buffer mechanism. Limnol Oceanogr – Google Scholar Gainswin BE, House WA, Leadbeater BSC, Armitage PD, Patten J () The effects of sediment size fraction and associated algal biofilms on the kinetics of phosphorus Cited by: Benthic macroinvertebrate communities and environmental conditions were studied in two intermittently closed and open coastal lakes and lagoons (ICOLLs), located in southern Algarve (Foz do Almargem e Salgados), with the purpose of evaluating the effects of organic pollution, originated mainly from wastewater discharges, and the physical stress caused by the irregular opening of the by: 9.

The distribution of benthic Foraminifera with respect to oxygen concentration and organic carbon levels in shallow-water Antarctic sediments Abstract-The vertical distribution of living benthic Foraminifera from 12 sediment cores (l m water depth) collected in ExplorersCited by: concentrations seen by other workers on the ebb tide from the Anca˜o Basin.

Intertidal pools were sinks for Dissolved Inorganic Nitrogen (DIN) and DIP over the 6 h exposure period. Thus, tidepools may be an important route of nutrients into sed-iments that enhances.

Essential information includes: 1) site location and water depth, 2) physical characteristics such as field and incubation temperature, and PAR, 3) bottom water characteristics such as oxygen, nutrient concentrations and salinity, and 4) sediment characteristics such as grain size, organic matter concentrations, and the presence of benthic by: 3.

Dissolved Oxygen Equation Using the notation in Figurethe distribution of dissolved oxygen may be formulated by including all dissolved oxygen sources and sinks described in Section (3l A/1 - OC6 (32 A/2 SOD H () The terms on the right side of Equation repre- sent, respectively: the downstream transport of.

Diurnal dissolved oxygen (DO) flux (based on submersible data recorders over a period of three to six days) was found to be strongly positively correlated to summer mean TP and chlorophyll-a concentrations at 12 stream sites tested in Analysis of Hood Canal data collected from to revealed that sediment texture was the most important factor controlling invertebrate community composition, followed by dissolved oxygen, organic carbon content of the sediments, and station depth.

Natural stressors in uncontaminated sediments of shallow freshwaters: The prevalence of sulfide, ammonia, and reduced iron by bacterial nitrification to − in a chemolithoautotrophic process that consumes oxygen and thus can contribute to dissolved oxygen depletion in Recent studies relating in-stream iron concentrations to benthic.

II (1) Revision No. FIGURES Number Page Transport mechanisms for waste leads Steady state responses Stream dispersion effects BOD decay: range of reaction rates Effect of elevation on dissolved oxygen saturation concentration Reaeration rate coefficient related to depth and velocity Stream reaeration relationships S Effect of.

affected by variations in water quality, with low dissolved oxygen reducing benthic abundance and biomass. We quantified the effects of dissolved oxygen and other environmental factors upon changes in density, biomass, and diversity of the macrobenthic community from long-term data (–) from the Chesapeake Bay Program's benthic.

AbstractCompared to phytoplankton, relatively little information exists about the importance of benthic algae as a source of dissolved organic C (DOC) in lakes. We enriched outdoor tanks with N and P in a full factorial design (unenriched, +N, +P, N+P) to evaluate effects of nutrients on the release, composition, and decomposition of DOC from Cladophora glomerata (L.) Kütz.

in Lake by:. Toxicity of Metal-Contaminated Sediments to Benthic Invertebrates Department of the Interior U.

S. Geological Survey toxic effects on benthic organisms. 2. Applications of sediment toxicity testing • Measure dissolved metal concentrations –Field: Push-point (large volume) or airstone (small volume) File Size: 1MB.The dissolved oxygen level in freshwater impacts all animals living in freshwater lakes, rivers and streams.

Pollution is one of the major causes of changes in dissolve oxygen, though natural causes also exist. Aquatic invertebrates are highly sensitive to minute changes in .nature of lagoons leads to substantial benthic-pelagic coupling and dominance by benthic autotrophs.

Increased inputs of nitrogen (N) from coastal watersheds may cause nuisance macroalgal blooms. However, little is known about the dynamics of dissolved organic nitrogen (DON), an important component ( 95%) of the total dissolved N (TDN) pool.