Accession Number : ADP006898
Title : Lake Suwa is Being Restored,
Corporate Author : JAPAN SEDIMENTS MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION TOKYO
Personal Author(s) : Yoshida, Tatsuo
Report Date : APR 1992
Pagination or Media Count : 26
Abstract : Lake Suwa is the only lake in our country in which sediment removal has been conducted consecutively for its restoration. Dredging commenced in 1969 and is still continuing. The total amount 3 of sediment dredged to date is about 1.6 million m (16 years), and the scheduled volume remaining to be dredged is about 5 million m. Although a considerable amount of material has been dredged, doubt still exists on whether the sediment removal will result in a restorative effect or not. Sediment removal, as it affects lake restoration, is our greatest concern. This paper describes our study of these effects.
Descriptors : *DREDGING, *REMOVAL, *SEDIMENTS, LAKES, MATERIALS, VOLUME, JAPAN, SYMPOSIA, WATER POLLUTION, WATER RECLAMATION.
Subject Categories : Water Pollution and Control
Hydrology, Limnology and Potamology
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE