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The SuDS Manual published by CIRIA in 2015 defines dissolved oxygen (DO) as: ‘The amount of oxygen dissolved in water. Oxygen is vital for aquatic life, so this measurement is a test of the health of a river. Used as a water quality indicator.’
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