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Journal of the Korean Society for Environmental Analysis 2017;20(1):49-57.
Analysis of Water Quality Improvement Effects in a Muddy Water Occurrence Stream during Rainfall
강우시 흙탕물 발생 하천의 수질개선 효과분석
정원구1, 김종철1, 허인량2, 이건호1, 김세희1, 배철민1, 박운지3, 최순봉1
1강원도보건환경연구원
2강원도 보건환경연구원
3강원대학교
Abstract
We monitored the monthly change of water quality on the site of the nonpoint management area of Heanmyeon in Yang-gu County from 2009 to 2015. We found that SS, TP, and COD values were highly correlated with turbidity water concentration. Additionally, we monitored changes in turbidity using a real-time monitoring system. Using the data, the stage-discharge rating curve was calculated and we analyzed the correlations of COD, SS, and TP with the turbidity value. We found that SS concentration decreased by 48.1~83.6% under 10~30 mm rain fall and 72.1~86.6% under 30~50 mm rainfall as a result of comparing the event mean concentrations (EMCs) of SS with rainfall events that occurred in 2010 and 2014. We analyzed the rainfall and SS discharge rate per area based on the log data. Water quality was higher in 2014 than in 2010 during rainfall events. We concluded that the water quality at Mandae watershed was improved continuously by progress of non-point management policy
Key Words: Mandae watershed, Event mean concentration, Improvement effects
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