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Hydrobiological Journal

DOI: 10.1615/HydrobJ.v34.i1.80
pages 54-61

About the Amount of Water Passing through the Plaw

V. I. Vishnevskii
Institute of Hydrometeorology, Kiev, Ukraine


Calculations with three methods showed that the amount of water passing through the plaw did not exceed 10% of the total Dniester runoff. Since this proportion is rather low, the plaw cannot significantly affect the downstream water quality. The amount of water entering the plaw was shown to depend on the river discharge. The water-exchange rate proved higher in lakes than in reedbeds.

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