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Scientific Investigations Report 2013–5135

Modeling the Water-Quality Effects of Changes to the Klamath River Upstream of Keno Dam, Oregon

Table 11. Specified decreases in modeled return flow due to removals of biochemical oxygen demand, total suspended sediment, total nitrogen, and total phosphorus through treatment wetlands for scenario 7 in the Link-Keno reach of the Klamath River, Oregon.

[–, no change]

CE-QUAL-W2 modeled constituent Removal rate
50 90
ISS Inorganic suspended sediment X X
LPOM Labile particulate organic matter X X
RPOM Refractory particulate organic matter X X
LDOM Labile dissolved organic matter X X
RDOM Refractory dissolved organic matter
ALG1 Algae group 1 (blue-greens) X X
ALG2 Algae group 2 (diatoms) X X
ALG3 Algae group 3 (other algae) X X
NH4 Ammonia
PO4 Orthophosphorus
NO3 Nitrate

First posted July 24, 2013

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