Data: 24/09/2018 à 28/09/2018
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SUSPENDED SEDIMENT ESTIMATE THROUGH NA ADCP ANALYSIS - STUDY CASE: TAQUARI RIVER, PANTANAL, BRAZIL.
HUGO KOJI SUEKAME, glauber altrão carvalho, Marcelo Campos, FABIO VERISSIMO GONÇALVES, Tobias Bernward Bleninger, Liege Fernanda Koston Wosiacki
MEDIÇÃO, MODELAGEM, TÉCNICAS E TECNOLOGIAS NO CONTEXTO DA HIDROSSEDIMENTOLOGIA
In generalfluvial systems are used for different objectives?energy production, water supply, navigation, etc. Many impacts are associated to its useand one of them are the excessive sediment production or erosion, which can change the water system morphology, causing several impacts to the environment.Therefore, the sediments must be monitored and quantified, tounderstand its dynamics and behavior in the environment. It is a known fact that the sediment quantifications are expensive and time-consuming and because of these problems, the use of surrogate technologies to measure suspended and bedload has been stimulated. The presented study aims toshow preliminary results regarding theuse of ADCP (Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler)to estimate suspended sediment concentration in the water column. For this wereconsider results from field campaigns at the TaquariRiver, an important river from the Alto Paraguay Basin, in the Pantanal Biome, known as the largest freshwater wetland system in the world.