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Analysis of Water Temperature and Dissolved Oxygen

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Created: Nov 21, 2019 at 7:06 p.m.
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Dissolved Oxygen (DO) and Water Temperature (T) are two essential parameters in assessing water quality because of their significant role in aquatic life and habitats. DO is a measure of the amount of oxygen available for aquatic organisms to breath and survive. The concentration of DO depends on several factors such as temperature, pressure, and salinity (Wetzel, 2001). In the Logan River, Utah, the temperature has the most influence on DO. The aim of this study is to assess the relationship between DO and T at one of the sites of the Logan River Observatory named “Logan River at Main Street (Highway 89/91) Bridge” in a reproducible way. At the end, meeting the required quality standards by them is also investigated.

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WGS 84 EPSG:4326
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  - ODM_SQL: ODM database and the SQL queries used to retrieve Temperature and Dissolved Oxygen.

CSV files:
  - DO.csv: Dissolved Oxygen data retrieved from ODM database for year 2014.
  - T.csv: Water Temperature data retrieved from ODM database for year 2014.

Python code:
    - Analysis_T_DO.ipynb: Jupyter Notebook to reproduce the analysis.

Figure: Result of Python code.

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Salehabadi, H. (2019). Analysis of Water Temperature and Dissolved Oxygen, HydroShare,

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