Prediction of the Seasonal Changes of the Chloride Concentrations in Urban Water Reservoir

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Abstract

This study investigated the possibility of using artificial neural networks to predict changes in the concentration of chloride ions in the urban ponds on the example of the inflow and outflow zones of water to and from the ponds Syrenie Stawy in Szczecin (NW-Poland). The possibility of using selected water quality indices (selected based on correlation matrix of water quality indices with Cl), in particular: COD-Cr, BOD5, DO, water saturation by O2 and NO2 and their influence on the chloride concentration forecast was tested.

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