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|Title: ||Pollution Routing in a Tropical Estuarine Environment|
|Authors: ||Sreedevi, M G|
Dr. Balchand, A N
Coastal Water Bodies
|Issue Date: ||Feb-2007|
|Publisher: ||Cochin University of Science and Technology|
|Abstract: ||This thesis attempts to gain insight on the mathematical approach to estuarine
oceanographic systems; also to closely understand the governing processes in the
estuarine environment as well as in the adjoining river reaches.
The main aim was to conduct pollution routing for tropical estuarine environment
namely, for the Cochin estuary. In this context, attempts have been made to apply,
verify and validate the application of models, pre- prepared with necessary
modifications to suit the area of interest by use of RIVMIX and WASP tools.
Finally the thesis concludes by highlighting the advantages and limitations in
modelling water bodies and concurrentlysimulates most of the possible scenarios
within the purview of this work.|
|Description: ||Department of Physical Oceanography,
Cochin University of Science and Technology|
|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Marine Sciences|
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