Multiparameter Observations of the Reka Flood Pulse in March 2000
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This article aims to offer the results of temperature, pH, specific electric conductivity and dissolved oxygen measurements as well as analyses of nitrate, o-phosphate and chloride levels and biochemical and chemical oxygen demand in a flood pulse at the end of March 2000 when the Reka discharge at Cerkvenikov mlin increased from 13.2 to 112 m3/s. An estimation of pollution transport according to measured components and comparison with a smaller flood pulse in May 1999 are given.
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Acta Carsologica, Vol. 31, no. 2 (2016).
Kogovšek, J., "Multiparameter Observations of the Reka Flood Pulse in March 2000" (2016). KIP Articles. 3609.