USING WATER QUALITY MODELING TO SITE AN OUTFALL IN GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS
The city of Gloucester, located in northeastern Massachusetts (Figure 1), is America's oldest fishing port and a popular tourist destination in New England. Harbor-related commerce, such as lobstering and fishing, comprises a large percent of Gloucester's overall economy (Wilbur, 2004). Understandably, any action that may impact the waters surrounding Gloucester is of great concern to both officials and residents within the city.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2005
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