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Land use - water quality relationship

Meta Systems Inc.

Land use - water quality relationship

by Meta Systems Inc.

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Published by Environmental Protection Agency, [Water Planning Division in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water quality -- Mathematical models,
  • Sewerage -- Mathematical models,
  • Land use -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMeta Systems Inc.
    SeriesWater quality management guidance ; WPD 3-76-02
    ContributionsUnited States. Environmental Protection Agency. Water Planning Division.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination246 p. in various pagings :
    Number of Pages246
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17645850M

    The multiple‐regression results indicate that water‐quality degradation in the study area is associated with basin‐wide upland land uses, which are generally good predictors of water‐quality conditions, and that both urban land and upland agriculture must be included in models to more fully describe the relationship between watershed disturbance and water quality. Including the proximity of land uses did not improve the relationship between land use and water by: Typically, the water-quality–land-use relationship is analyzed using correlation or regression approaches, both of which operate under numerous data assumptions that may not be met by routine water-quality or land-use data.

    Studies have shown that there is a significant relationship between water clarity in a lake and the value of the land on that lake. In Itasca County, MN, the estimated market value of the land (not including buildings) averaged $ per foot of shoreline on the clearest lakes, while the murkiest lakes had much lower property values. Filling a long-standing need for a desk reference that synthesizes current research, Land Use Effects on Streamflow and Water Quality in the Northeastern United States reviews and discusses the impact of forest management, agriculture, and urbanization. The book provides a gateway to the diverse scientific literature that is urgently needed to understand and solve ubiquitous watershed Format: Hardcover.

    Get this from a library! Planning methodologies for analysis of land use/water quality relationships. [Thomas R Hammer; United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Water Planning Division.]. In this paper, the influence of different types of land use on surface water quality is investigated. Rain events samples from different land use in the central plateau, Iran, were analyzed for major ions. Statistical analyses were employed to examine the statistical relationships of land use and water quality on a regional scale in Iran centralCited by: 4.


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Water quality-land use relationships (Staff paper - Areawide clean water planning, Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Robert B Teska (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Unknown Binding, Author: Robert B Teska. One aim of understand- ing land use-water quality relationships would be to be able to use land use to estimate and understand water quality in rivers suffer- ing from diffuse pollution.

Section 5 Land Use/Water Quality: Physical Impact Subsystems of the Urban Land Use/Water Quality Relationship by Definition In order to develop a chain of mathematical models reflecting our framework and in order to review pertinent literature, a scheme was devised to display the connections between types of land use and water quality via relevant activities and events (Figure ).

Urbanization increases impervious area, generates pollution and transforms the configuration, composition and context of land covers and thus has direct or indirect impacts on aquatic systems. Detecting land use-water quality relationships is of significance for both urban sustainable development and environmental risk management.

We first selected suitable landscape metrics. Understanding the relationship of land uses and water quality in Twenty First Century: A review Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Environmental Management May with 1, Reads.

Water quality in the Lower Little Bow River was monitored to determine if irrigation return flow streams had a significant impact on river water quality and to examine relationships between land use and water quality in this diverse agricultural by: Relationship between land use and water quality in Pesanggrahan River.

Hefni Effendi 1,2, Sri Muslimah 2,3 and Prita Ayu Permatasari 2. Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, Volumeconference 1Cited by: 2. Assessment of relationship between land use and water quality is of great importance to protect fresh water, which would fulfill the water demand in different sectors such as increased agricultural activities, industrial usage, municipal usage, supply of drinking water, and recreational by: Water quality in the Lower Little Bow River was monitored to determine if irri-gation return flow streams had a significant impact on river water quality and to examine relationships between land use and water quality in this diverse agricultural watershed.

Water samples were collected weekly or Cited by:   Purchase Water Quality Management - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. For example, relationships have been found between land use and five common groundwater contaminants: nitrogen, bacteria, road salt, pesticides, and volatile organic compounds.

Nitrate. Nitrate (a form of nitrogen) is essential for plant growth, but an overabundance can contaminate streams and groundwater. It has been widely accepted that there is a close relationship between the land use type and water quality.

There have been some researches on this relationship from the perspective of the spatial configuration of land use in recent years. This study aims to analyze the influence of various land use types on the water quality within the Chaohu Lake Basin based on the water quality monitoring Cited by: The literature investigating the relationship between land use and water quality is synthesized.

It is demonstrated that although some general correlations between land use and water quality can be observed, in general the relationship is complex with correlations in individual watersheds likely to be site or regionally by: A relationship between land use types and water quality variables was found.

However, the degree and magnitude of the associations varies between sub-catchments and is difficult to quantify. This highlights the complexity and the site-specific nature of relationships between land use types and water quality parameters in the by: 8.

Land use factors affecting water quality. Several techniques have been applied in assessing and understanding the relationship between land use and water quality in different watersheds in Malaysia (Table 1).The results clearly showed that land use activities have significant impacts on water quality (Fig.

2).This is in part due to the rapid and continuous development that the Cited by: 2. ** Storm Water Management Model, User's Manual Version II, EPA/Cincinnati, Ohio, March *** Details of the linkage are described in "Land Use-Water Quality Relationship," Water Quality Management Guidance Document, WPDMarch paper is to investigate the dynamic of land use, water quality status and their relationship the watershed.

By studying the relationship between land use change and water quality, issues on sustainability can be addressed and integrated with better land use practices and water.

Modeling the relationship between land use and surface water quality Susanna T. Tong* and Wenli Chen Geography Department, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OHUSA Received 21 September ; accepted 29 April It is widely known that watershed hydrology is dependent on many factors, including land use, climate, and soil.

Relationships between Land-use/Land-cover Patterns and Surface Water Quality in the Upper Damodar River Basin, Jharkhand. Understanding the relationship between land use and surface water quality is necessary for effective water management.

We estimated the impacts of catchment-wide land use on water quality during the dry and rainy seasons in the Dongjiang River basin, using remote sensing, geographic information systems and multivariate statistical by:. Relationship between land use and water quality in Pesanggrahan River To cite this article: Hefni Effendi et al IOP Conf.

Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci. View the article online for updates and enhancements. Related content Impact of Leachate Discharge from Cipayung Landfill on Water Quality of Pesanggrahan River, IndonesiaCited by: 2.Daily water quality data from six U.S.

Geological Survey (USGS) monitoring stations along the Great Miami River and digital land use/land cover and elevation data for the same watershed were analyzed. The validity of using electrolytic conductivity.The Sumas River watershed was thus investigated as an illustration of how land use activity affects water quality with a focus on non-point source pollution from agriculture.

A Geographic Information System (GIS) was used to integrate resource data for the watershed, which included surficial geology, soils, current and historic land use.