San Joaquin River DOTMDL -- Technical Working Group

Effects of the Stockton Ship Channel Deepening on Dissolved Oxygen near the Port of Stockton, California (Phase II)

Authors: Donald Smith
Publication Date: June 06, 1988
Summary: This is the second phase of a two-phase study designed to determine the effects of the Stockton Ship Channel deepening on dissolved oxygen levels in the San Joaquin River. In the first phase, the Sacramento District of the US Army Corps of Engineers contracted with Resource Management Associates to develop and calibrate a link node hydrodynamic and water quality model capable of evaluating the effect of deepening the Stockton Ship Channel on the dissolved oxygen resources of the San Joaquin River near Stockton. The goal of this second phase was to evaluate project conditions over a longer time period, the effect of reduced net downstream San Joaquin River flows, and present wastewater effluent conditions.
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