Design of a water quality information system for source water assessment: a Denver water case study, Denver, Colorado
The questions water quality information systems are being called upon to answer are changing as the management of water quality shifts from a historically point source control framework to investigation of non point sources of pollution. A specific example is that of large Public Water Systems (PWS), providers of drinking water to the public within larger municipalities, who have managed the quality of the source water, from which they draw their supplies, primarily at the intake to the treatment system. In the case of contamination, the potential of finding a new source of supply is rare for ...
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