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Determination Of Water Quality In Yugoslav Part Of The River Danube (1991-1995) By The Method Of Multiobjective Iterative Compromise Optimization (MICO)

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/WP970561

Volume

20

Pages

9

Published

1997

Size

648 kb

Author(s)

J. Krizan

Abstract

This paper contains elaborated state of water quality in Yugoslav part of the Danube, during period of observation (1991-1995), and atypical river ecosystem exposure to pollutants. One fifth (591 km) of entire length of the Danube (2860 km) flows through Yugoslavia. This fact undoubtedly emphasizes the importance of the water quality situation in Yugoslavia on the entire Danube ecosystem. Yugoslavia's exposure to UN sanction resulted in suspension in production in almost every field of economic production and that caused decrease of pollutant input in Yugoslav part of the Danube's ecosystem. The method of MICO can be represented as a mathematical algorithm. It is designed to select

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