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1 December 2011 Hydrodynamic Dispersion of Pollutant Discharge by Means of Submarine Pipelines
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DI NATALE, M., MAIETTA, M., DI MAURO, A and DERI, M., 2011. Hydrodynamic Dispersion of Pollutant Discharge by Means of Submarine Pipelines. In: Micallef, A. (ed.), MCRR3-2010 Conference Proceedings, Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue, No. 61, pp. 295–302. Grosseto, Tuscany, Italy, ISSN 0749-0208.

Anthropic activities have an important influence on the ecological state of seawater, so innovative systems able to guarantee water quality and minimize human impact are required. In this paper the pollution of Litorale Domitio coastal waters is investigated. The analyzed coastal areas represent the final discharge of treated wastewater and drainage water. Therefore an evaluation of a technical solution able to make the quality of such waters compatible with the tourism is needed. For this reason, the integration of the depurative scheme with a system of submarine pipelines is proposed. An application of the proposed method is shown with reference to the case of Regi Lagni in Campania. Using numerical models by DHI dedicated software, it is verified that the suggested method contributes to a meaningful reduction of near-shore pollution.

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Michele Di Natale, Maria Maietta, Anna Di Mauro, and Marco Deri "Hydrodynamic Dispersion of Pollutant Discharge by Means of Submarine Pipelines," Journal of Coastal Research 2011(10061), 295-302, (1 December 2011). https://doi.org/10.2112/SI61-001.29
Published: 1 December 2011
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