The evaluation of environmental alterations by thermal loading and acid pollution in the cooling reservoir of a steam-electric station
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Thomas Hill Reservoir was built in 1966 by the Associated Electric Cooperative to provide cooling water for a team electric plant. The reservoir was formed by damming the middle fork of the Chariton River. It is located 15 miles northwest of Moberly, Missouri (R15W and R16W, T55N and T56N). Statistics pertaining to the reservoir and the steam electric plant are listed in Table1. Our investigations on Thomas Hill were initiated June, 1968, and continue at the time of this report.