Technical note: False low turbidity readings from optical probes during high suspended-sediment concentrations

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N. Voichick; D. J. Topping; R. E. Griffiths; (2018)
  • Publisher: Copernicus Publications
  • Journal: Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (issn: 1027-5606, eissn: 1607-7938)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5194/hess-22-1767-2018
  • Subject: T | G | GE1-350 | Geography. Anthropology. Recreation | Environmental technology. Sanitary engineering | Environmental sciences | Technology | TD1-1066

Turbidity, a measure of water clarity, is monitored for a variety of purposes including (1) to help determine whether water is safe to drink, (2) to establish background conditions of lakes and rivers and detect pollution caused by construction projects and stormwater d... View more
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