Abstracts

Low flow, how low should we go?

Author(s): Johnson, D.

The determination of the minimum flow needed to support aquatic life and meet the needs of the Clean Water Act is a complex issue that has generally been answered with quick and meaningless statistical flows. This paper will examine a number of different methods used to establish low flow, and will compare them to observed flows several rivers in the Mississippi Delta.
Download the presentation

Go back

Contact

Past Conference Archive