Erosion control and water quality in the Tahoe Basin, California - Nevada
AuthorFenske, Jon Paul
Geological Sciences & Engineering
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The magnitude of sediment discharge and the accompanying nutrients transported into Lake Tahoe is dependent on a readily available source of sediment and a water flow of high enough energy to induce movement. Retention structures are necessary to control the effects of erosion on water quality.
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