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1͒. As shown in Fig. 3͑a͒, transparency increases exponentially with decreasing SS. It seems that transparency in Shimizu Port is low in May and high in December. 4 mg/ L in May, this oversaturated condition may cause the production of phytoplankton. Therefore, a relationship between pH and DO can be described as a linear function, as shown in Fig. 3. COD value of the surface water was more than 3 mg/ L, where the impact of the Tomoe River cannot be neglected and this trend was observed throughout the year.
24 m3 / s, respectively͒. The wood pool contains several breakwaters and many driven mooring piles, to which wood rafts are moored. The Tomoe River, which is larger than the two streams mentioned above, flows into Shimizu Port, as shown in Fig. 1. 0 m3 / s, but its impact on the wood pool is not significant. Twelve surface-sediment samples were obtained using a grab sampler from the bottom of the wood pool. Because of the presence of wood and ropes discarded on the bottom, it was difficult to obtain sediment samples at some sites.
11. This is considered to be a baseline relating to grain-size characteristics. Figure 11 shows that the baseline FIG. 12—Concentration of Pb versus fine content for sediments from the Seto Inland Sea and the wood pool. FUKUE ET AL. ON A PROPOSED CONTAINMENT TECHNIQUE 39 FIG. 13—Concentrations of Cu and fine content for sediments from the Seto Inland Sea and the wood pool. 075 mm. The concentrations of Fe in the wood pool sediments were relatively high in comparison with those from the Seto Inland Sea, and were comparable to those from Tokyo Bay ͑Matsumoto 1983͒.