Statistics for Environmental Engineers

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References


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Exercises


44.1    BOD. Recommend times at which BOD should be measured in order to estimate the ultimate BOD and rate coefficient of river water assuming 61 is in the range of 0.07 to 0.10 per day.


44.2    Groundwater Clean-Up. The groundwater and soil at a contaminated site must be treated for several years. It is expected that the contaminant concentrations will decrease exponentially and approach an asymptotic level CT = 4 according to:

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