by Tennessee Valley Authority, Resource Development, River Basin Operations, Water Resources in Chattanooga, Tenn .
Written in English
|Other titles||Bacteriological conditions in the Tennessee Valley|
|Statement||prepared by Joseph P. Fehring|
|Contributions||Tennessee Valley Authority. Water Resources|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 55 p.|
|Number of Pages||55|
Abstract. As part of Tennessee Valley Authority's (TVA's) Reservoir Vital Signs Monitoring program, physical/chemical measurements of water and sediment were made in on twelve TVA reservoirs (the nine main steam Tennessee river reservoirs - Kentucky through Fort Loudoun and three major tributary reservoirs - Cherokee, Douglas, and Norris). Get this from a library! Reservoir monitoring - bacteriological conditions in the Tennessee Valley: second annual report. [Joseph P Fehring; Tennessee Valley Authority. Water Resources.]. Reservoir monitoring - [microform]: summary of vital signs and use impairment monitoring on Tennessee Valley reservoirs / prepared by Donald L. Dycus and Dennis L. Meinert Tennessee Valley Authority, Resource Group, River Basin Operations, Water Resources Chattanooga, Tenn Get this from a library! Reservoir vital signs monitoring - benthic macroninvertebrate community results. [John J Jenkison; Tennessee Valley Authority. River Basin Operations.; Tennessee Valley Authority. Water Resources.].
Monitoring lake and reservoir restoration: technical supplement to The lake and reservoir restoration guidance manual. Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: R E Wedepohl; OCLC Number: Notes: "EPA /" "August "--Cover. "This technical supplement was prepared by the North American Lake Management. The technology for monitoring reservoirs for different applications is advancing in the data acquisition systems, sensors and data analysis. Permanent reservoir monitoring (PRM) systems are considered advantageous over its processors 4D seismic recording methods of “towed,” OBC, and Node-based systems described earlier. This book addresses vital issues, such as the evaluation of shale gas reservoirs and their production. Topics include the cased-hole logging environment, reservoir fluid properties; flow regimes; temperature, noise, cement bond, and pulsed neutron logging; and casing inspection. Production logging. Time-lapse seismic in reservoir management is an important technology to help understand petroleum reservoirs and thus to produce more oil and gas from -D reservoir monitoring, an important part of the above, involves the study of two or more 3-D seismic surveys over the same reservoir in the hope of observing changes with time caused by petroleum production.
Get this from a library! Reservoir vital signs monitoring - physical and chemical characteristics of water and sediment. [Dennis L Meinert; Tennessee Valley Authority. River Basin Operations.; Tennessee Valley Authority. Water Resources.]. Reservoir Monitoring. The value of reservoir monitoring comes not from the sensors but from actionable results. At Tendeka, we provide a full system approach to reservoir monitoring from hardware and field services to advanced software solutions and interpretation expertise which can provided as individual elements or as a complete solution. Caineng Zou, in Unconventional Petroleum Geology (Second Edition), Principles of Microseismic Monitoring. Microseismic monitoring applies microseismic phenomena, such as natural earthquakes and with very low-intensity, monitor fracture activities, and fluid flow in oil and gas pay zones, etc., to provide guidance for oil and gas reservoir management and tight reservoir exploration. reservoir storage monitoring Reservoirs and other water containment systems need a comprehensive system to monitor the health of their infrastructure. With an “always on” solution provided by MS Barracuda’s Monitoring System, factors such as water level, speed, volume, and flow can be continuously analyzed to ensure the reservoir remains.