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esm223_05__Lecture_Notes_fullsize_part-1-rev - Winter 2008,...

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1 ESM 223 Lecture 5 – Site Assessment and Characterization Winter 2008, Norm Brown
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2 Abbrev’s w & gw; wl & wq mgt S & D a/r artificial recharge c/u conjunctive use s/i seawater intrusion q - quality Q - quantity (flow) aq aquifer, aqueous difference, change ET evapotranspiration pcp precipitation TD total depth [PL] [SL]
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3 Abbrev’s (2) ppl proposal chz characterize chzn characterization perf perforations (re groundwater wells) b/c because b/w between tx transfer, transport f-tx mfg manufacturing ind industry mkt market mon’g monitoring LU land use LUT lookup table %, % o know the different between percent and permil § WWTP wastewater treatment plant (cf. POTW, WRF)
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4 Water Quality Analyses • Individual Analytes • Standard Analytical Suites – EPA Analytical Suites •C o s t s • Procedures
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5 Land Use Conversions and Changes in Water Demand •A g Æ Urban – Ag fallowing – Temporary allocations/conversions • Changes within LU categories – Urban efficiencies and reuse – Ag efficiencies – Crop selections and seasonal impacts
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6 Tidal Record – San Francisco Bay California Climate Action Team Report, 2006
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7 Toxicity Assessments Dose Response Curves – Typical curve follows simple receptor binding behavior, but… – Physico- or neuro-chemical response/binding can be complex, so any curve is possible. • E.g., secondary receptors/binding – Non-monotonic curves – U’s and Inverted U’s – Depends on Mode of Action • 2-acetylaminofluorene (carcinogen) – Linear dose-response for liver cancer – Nonlinear for bladder cancer – Slope factor: POD and extrapolation
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8 Cleanup Regulations • RBCA – Risk-Based Corrective Action
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2008 for the course ESM 235 taught by Professor Dunne during the Winter '08 term at UCSB.

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