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Investigating the mixing efficiencies of liquid-to-liquid chemical injection manifolds for aquatic invasive species management:Data

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2017-08-03
End Date
2017-08-17

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Aaron Cupp, 2018, Investigating the mixing efficiencies of liquid-to-liquid chemical injection manifolds for aquatic invasive species management:Data: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/P93J4EQ8.

Summary

Spreadsheet includes data that were used to evaluate the mixing efficiencies of liquid-to-liquid chemical injection manifolds. Specifically, piping designs were developed to deliver fisheries chemicals (e.g. carbon dioxide) into water to control the movements of invasive bigheaded carps. These data describe mixing time, homogeneity and efficacy of carbon dioxide delivery using various piping designs. Results provide recommendations for piping configurations that could be installed within navigational locks to deliver invasive species control chemicals. There is 1 csv file containing text documents associated with this study

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Aaron R Cupp
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Aaron R Cupp
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Thomas Zolper
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Purpose

These data support the development of carbon dioxide as an invasive fish barrier at navigational locks.

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  • Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center (UMESC)

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