Impact assessment of Dan Kia inflows and application aquatox model in managing water quality

Authors

  • Tran Thi Tinh Truong Dai hoc Da Lat
  • Doan Nhu Hai
  • Bui Nguyen Lam Ha
  • Nguyen Thi Thanh Thuan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15625/0866-7160/v38n1.7673

Keywords:

AQUATOX, modelling, phytoplankton, water quality

Abstract

The parameters used for measuring water quality of Dan Kia reservoir were temperature, pH, conductivity, secchi disk depth, dissolved oxygen (DO), chlorophyll a,  nutrients: nitrogen (ammonia, nitrate) and phosphate. There are five influents for the reservoir, therefore the water quality of Dan Kia reservoir depends on activities around these channels. S1 stream has the highest flow into the reservoir (8.2×106m3/year) but most of the nutrients were discharged from S4 and S5 stream. Concentration of ammonia, nitrate and phosphate from these channels is accounting for 89.82, 58.15 and  57.16% into the lake, respectively. The study constructed three scenarios and run them using AQUATOX model. The first scenario, all existing inflows are discharging into the lake, present situation. The second scenario, none is discharging. The third scenario, all are discharging except S4 stream and S5 stream. The result from the first scenario showed that the concentrations from the model consistent with measurements in the reservoir. In case the second and third scenarios happened the concentrations considerably decreased.

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Published

26-03-2016

How to Cite

Tinh, T. T., Hai, D. N., Lam Ha, B. N., & Thanh Thuan, N. T. (2016). Impact assessment of Dan Kia inflows and application aquatox model in managing water quality. Academia Journal of Biology, 38(1), 61–69. https://doi.org/10.15625/0866-7160/v38n1.7673

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