Clean Water: Factors that Influence Its Availability, Quality and Its Use

Clean Water: Factors that Influence Its Availability, Quality and Its Use : International Clean Water Conference held in La Jolla, California, 28-30 November 1995

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS IX PART I CONFERENCE SUMMARY STATEMENT R. W. BROCKSEN, W. CHOW, E. D. DAUGHERTY, Y. G. MUSSALLI, J. WISNIEWSKI and A. L. WOODIS I Clean Water: Factors that Influence its Availability, Quality and its Use: Summary of the International Water Conference 3-7 PART II WATER RESOURCE OVERVIEWS S. PECK I Managing and Protecting Our Water Resources 11-20 R. BROCKSEN, W. CHOW and K. CONNOR I Addressing Electric Utility Surface Water Challenges 21-29 C. LOHSE-HANSON I Lake Superior Binational Program: The Role of Electric Utilities 31-40 J. A. VEIL and D. O. MOSES I Consequences of Proposed Changes to Clean Water Act Thermal Discharges 41-52 PART III ECOLOGICAL I HEALTH RISKS c. SEIGNEUR, E. CONSTANTINOU and L. LEVIN I Multipathway Health Risk Assessment of Power Plant Water Discharges 55-64 C. W. CHEN, J. HERR, R. A. GOLDSTEIN, F. J. SAGONA, K. E. RYLANT and G. E. HAUSER I Watershed Risk Analysis Model for TVA's Holston River Basin 65-70 S. FERSON, L. R. GINZBURG and R. A. GOLDSTEIN I Inferring Ecological Risk from Toxicity Bioassays 71-82 C. ARQUIETT, M. GERKE and I. DATSKOU I Evaluation of Contaminated Groundwater Cleanup Objectives 83-92 G. L. BOWIE, J. G. SANDERS, G. F. RIEDEL, C. C. GILMOUR, D. L. BREITBURG, G. A. CUTIER and D. B. PORCELLA / Assessing Selenium Cycling and Accumulation in Aquatic Ecosystems 93-104 D. W. RODGERS, J. SCHRODER and L.
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  • Hardback | 354 pages
  • 160 x 240 x 19.05mm | 808g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • Reprinted from WATER, AIR, AND SOIL POLLUTION, 90:1-2, 1996
  • IX, 354 p.
  • 0792341333
  • 9780792341338

Table of contents

Preface. Part 1. Conference Summary Statement. Clean Water: Factors that Influence its Availability, Quality and its Use: Summary of the International Clean Water Conference; R.W. Brocksen, et al. Part II: Water Resource Overviews. Managing and Protecting Our Water Resources; S. Peck. Addressing Electric Utility Surface Water Challenges; R.W. Brocksen, et al. Lake Superior Binational Program: The Role of Electric Utilities; C. Lohse-Hanson. Consequences of Proposed Changes to Clean Water Act Thermal Discharges; J.A. Veil, D.O. Moses. Part III: Ecological / Health Risks. Multipathway Health Risk Assessment of Power Plant Water Discharges; C. Seigneur, et al. Watershed Risk Analysis Model for TVA's Holston River Basin; C. Chen, et al. Inferring Ecological Risk from Toxicity Bioassays; S. Ferson, et al. Evaluation of Contaminated Groundwater cleanup Objectives; C. Arquiett, et al. Assessing Selenium Cycling and Accumulation in Aquatic Ecosystems; G.L. Bowie, et al. Comparison of Daphnia Magna, Rainbow Trout and Bacterial-Based Toxicity Tests of Ontario Hydro Aquatic Effluents; D.W. Rodgers, et al. Use of the Pisces Database: Power Plant Aqueous Stream Compositions; G.P. Behrens, et al. A Model to Assess Potential Human Health and Ecological Risks from Chemical and Thermal Releases into Rivers; C.S. Lew, et al. Risks Due to Groundwater Contamination at a Plutonium Processing Facility; I. Datskou, K. North. River Resource Aid (Terra) Reservoir and Power Operations Decisions Support System; K. Lindquist, et al. Part IV: Control Strategies. Best Management Practices from Storm Water at Industrial Facilities; M. Zimmerman, C. Murphy. Coal Sorbent System for the Extraction and Disposal of Heavy Metals and Organic Compounds; R.F. Maddalone. The EPRI State-of-the-Art Cooling Water Treatment Research Project: A Tailored Collaboration Program; B. Nott, et al. The Use of Reclaimed Water in Electric Power Stations and Other Industrial Facilities; K.A. Selby, K.R. Helm. Reactive Solute Transport in Acidic Streams; R.E. Broshears. Constructed Wetland Treatment Systems Applied Research Program at the Electric Power Research Institute; J.W. Goodrich-Mahoney. Toxicity Reduction of Ontario Hydro Radioactive Liquid Waste; D.W. Rodgers, et al. Electricity and Water Desalination: Separate Sites Offer Value; I. Moch, et al. Part V: Measuring Quality. Impact on Discharge Monitoring of Recent EPA Initiatives in Water Quality Measurement; R.F. Maddalone, et al. Trace Metal Speciation in Natural Waters: Computational vs. Analytical; D.K. Nordstrom. Metal Speciation: Survey of Environmental Methods of Analysis; M.H. Mach, et al. The Effect of Membrane Filtration on Dissolved Trace Element Concentrations; A.J. Horowitz, et al. Residual Sulfite After Dechlorination of Water; N.V. Ekkad, C.O. Huber. Part VI: Water Resources. The Modular Modeling System (MMS) The Physical Process Modeling Component of a Database-Centered Decision Support System for Water and Power Management; G.H. Leavesley, et al. Validation and Sensitivity of a Convective Precipitation Model for Mountainous Areas; J.H. Copeland. Predictive Techniques for River Channel Evolution and Maintenance; J.M. Nelson. Response of Snowmelt Hydrology to Climate Change; K.L. Brubaker, A. Rango. Conference Participants. Author Index. Subject Index.
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