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Water Science & Technology
Volume 45 Number 1
Waste Stabilization Ponds in Latin America (Selected Proceedings of the 1st International Regional Conference on Waste Stabilization Ponds in Latin America, held in Cali, Colombia, 24-27 October 2000)
Contents
1–8
Feasibility of waste stabilization pond technology for small municipalities in Colombia
M.R. Peña, C.A. Madera and D.D. Mara
9–15
Cotreatment of sewage and septage in waste stabilization ponds
A.M. Ingallinella, G. Sanguinetti, R.G. Fernández, M. Strauss and A. Montangero
17–24
Relationship between first-order decay coefficients in ponds, for plug flow, CSTR and dispersed flow regimes
M. von Sperling
25–32
Compartmental model for organic matter digestion in facultative ponds
E. Giraldo and A. Garzón
33–39
Influence of load distribution and recycle rate in step-fed facultative ponds
J.P. Sambuco, R.H.R. da Costa, J. Paing and B. Picot
41–48
The influence of thermal stratification on the hydraulic behavior of waste stabilization ponds
E. Kellner and E.C. Pires
49–53
Performance of a baffled facultative pond treating piggery wastes
C.T. Zanotelli, W. Medri, P. Belli Filho, C.C. Perdomo, M.R. Mulinari and R.H.R. Costa
55–60
Treatment of piggery wastes in waste stabilization ponds
V.E.E. Estrada and D.E.A. Hernández
61–66
Removal of bacterial and viral faecal indicator organisms in a waste stabilization pond system in Choconta, Cundinamarca (Colombia)
C. Campos, A. Guerrero and M. Cárdenas
67–74
The effect of pH on enterococci removal in Pistia-, duckweed- and algae-based stabilization ponds for domestic wastewater treatment
E. Awuah, H.J. Lubberding, K. Asante and H.J. Gijzen
75–81
Sludge accumulation in polishing ponds treating anaerobically digested wastewater
P. Cavalcanti, A. van Haandel and G. Lettinga
83–89
Effect of anaerobic pretreatment on environmental and physicochemical characteristics of duckweed based stabilization ponds
J.R. Caicedo, C. Espinosa, M. Andrade and H. Gijzen
91–101
Process performance assessment of algae-based and duckweed-based wastewater treatment systems
O.R. Zimmo, R.M. Al-Sa'ed, N.P. van der Steen and H. J. Gijzen
103–110
The potential for water hyacinth to improve the quality of Bogota River water in the Muña Reservoir: comparison with the performance of waste stabilization ponds
E. Giraldo and A. Garzón
111–116
Comparison of conventional and macrophyte-based systems for the treatment of domestic wastewater
M.E. Baldizón, R. Dolmus, J. Quintana, Y. Navarro and M. Donze
117–125
Low cost reclamation using the Advanced Integrated Wastewater Pond Systems(r) Technology and reverse osmosis
J.B. Downing, E. Bracco, F.B. Green, A.Y. Ku, T.J. Lundquist, I.X. Zubieta and W.J. Oswald
127–132
Domestic wastewater treatment in waste stabilization ponds for irrigation in Mendoza, Argentina: policies and challenges
O.R. Vélez, G.E. Fasciolo and A.V. Bertranou
133–138
Effects on crops of irrigation with treated municipal wastewaters
G.E. Fasciolo, M.I. Meca, E. Gabriel and J. Morábito
139–143
Microbiological quality of a waste stabilization pond effluent used for restricted irrigation in Valle Del Cauca, Colombia
C.A. Madera, M.R. Peña and D.D. Mara
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 45 Number 2
Rainfall in Urban Areas (Selected Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Rainfall in Urban areas, held in Pontresina, Switzerland, 10-12 December 2000)
Contents
1–9
Tipping bucket mechanical errors and their influence on rainfall statistics and extremes
P. La Barbera, L.G. Lanza and L. Stagi
11–17
Development of an internet-based rainfall atlas for Alabama
S.R. Durrans and P.A. Brown
19–26
Management of a detention-settling basin using radar data and risk notion
D. Faure, P. Auchet and O. Payrastre
27–33
Comparison of rain gauge and radar data as input to an urban rainfall-runoff model
M. Quirmbach and G.A. Schultz
35–40
On the properties of stochastic intermittency in rainfall processes
A. Molini, P. La Barbera and L.G. Lanza
41–48
The effect of topography, season and weather situation on daily precipitation gradients in 60 Swiss valleys
B. Sevruk and K. Mieglitz
49–54
Investigating the changes in extreme rainfall series recorded in an urbanised area
G. Aronica, M. Cannarozzo and L. Noto
55–61
100 years of Belgian rainfall: are there trends?
G. Vaes, P. Willems and J. Berlamont
63–68
Selecting a probability distribution for extreme rainfall series in Malaysia
M.D. Zalina, M.N.M. Desa, V-T-A. Nguyen and A.H.M. Kassim
69–74
Dissemination of regional rainfall analysis in design and analysis of urban drainage at un-gauged locations
K. Arnbjerg-Nielsen, P. Harremoës and P.S. Mikkelsen
75–81
Regional frequency analysis of extreme rainfalls
V-T-V. Nguyen, T-D. Nguyen and F. Ashkar
83–90
IDAF (intensity-duration-area frequency) curves of extreme storm rainfall: a scaling approach
C. De Michele, N.T. Kottegoda and R. Rosso
91–97
A Markov modulated Poisson process model for rainfall increments
C. Onof, B. Yameundjeu, J.-P. Paoli and N. Ramesh
99–104
Evaluation of an artificial neural network rainfall disaggregation model
S.J. Burian and S.R. Durrans
105–112
Accounting for the spatial rainfall variability in urban modelling applications
P. Williams and J. Berlamont
113–119
Stochastic generation and disaggregation of hourly rainfall series for continuous hydrological modelling and flood control reservoir design
B. Hingray, E. Monbaron, I. Jarrar, A.C. Favre, D. Consuegra and A. Musy
121–125
Short-term risk forecasts of heavy rainfall
W. Schmid, S. Mecklenburg and J. Joss
127–133
Measurement, calibration of rainfall-runoff models and assessment of the return period of flooding events at urban catchment Kumodraz in Belgrade
J. Despotovi, J. Petrovi and N. Jacimovi
135–138
X-Band local area weather radar - preliminary calibration results
N.E. Jensen
139–145
WMO questionnaire on recording precipitation gauges: state-of-the-art
B. Sevruk
147–152
An enquiry into rainfall data measurement and processing for model use in urban hydrology
T. Einfalt, K. Arnbjerg-Nielsen and S. Spies
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 45 Number 3
Interactions Between Sewers, Treatment Plants and Receiving Waters in Urban Areas (INTERURBA II) (Selected proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Interactions Between Sewers, Treatment Plants and Receiving Waters in Urban Areas (INTERURBA II), held in Lisbon, Portugal, 19-22 February 2001)
Contents
1–10
Integrated urban drainage, status and perspectives
P. Harremös
11–24
The sewer as a bioreactor - a dry weather approach
T. Hvitved-Jacobsen, J. Vollertsen and J.S. Matos
25–34
Biodegradability of wastewater - a method for COD-fractionation
J. Vollertsen and T. Hvitved-Jacobsen
35–44
Dissolved oxygen in gravity sewers - measurement and simulation
G. Gudjonsson, J. Vollertsen and T. Hvitved-Jacobsen
45–52
Increasing wastewater system performance - the importance of interactions between sewerage and wastewater treatment
J.G. Langeveld, F.H.L.R. Clemens and J.H.J.M. van der Graaf
53–60
Anoxic transformations of wastewater organic matter in sewers - process kinetics, model concept and wastewater treatment potential
S. Abdul-Talib, T. Hvitved-Jacobsen, J. Vollertsen and Z. Ujang
61–69
Erosion mechanisms in combined sewers and the potential for pollutant release to receiving waters and water treatment plants
T.D. Mcllhatton, R. Sakrabani, R.M. Ashley and R. Burrows
71–79
Anaerobic transformations of wastewater organic matter and sulfide production - investigations in a pilot plant pressure sewer
N. Tanaka and T. Hvitved-Jacobsen
81–94
Deterministic modelling of integrated urban drainage systems
W. Rauch, J.-L. Bertrand-Krajewski, P. Krebs, O. Mark, W. Schilling, M. Schütze and P.A. Vanrolleghem
95–100
Analysis of scenarios for sewerage, wastewater treatment and prioritised load on environment from the Greater City of Copenhagen
P. Harremös, H.S. Andersen, R. Dupont, P. Jacobsen and K. Rindel
101–108
Online-simulation of the WWTP to minimise the total emission of WWTP and sewer system
K. Seggelke and K.-H. Rosenwinkel
109–116
Real time control of the integrated urban wastewater system using simultaneously simulating surrogate models
J. Meirlaen, J. Van Assel and P. A. Vanrolleghem
117–124
Probabilistic emission and immission modelling: case-study of the combined sewer - WWTP - receiving water system at Dessel (Belgium)
P. Willems and J. Berlamont
125–129
A practical application of integrated urban pollution modelling in Flanders (Belgium): the catchment of Tielt
J. Van Assel and R. Carrette
131–140
Wet weather water quality modelling of a Portuguese urban catchment: difficulties and benefits
L.M. David and R.S. Matos
141–148
Criteria for assessment of the operational potential of the urban wastewater system
M. Schütze, D. Butler, M.B. Beck and H.-R. Verworn
149–158
Options for alternative types of sewerage and treatment systems directed to improvement of the overall performance
R. Otterpohl
159–166
Sustainable rainwater management in the Emscher river catchment area
M. Becker and U. Raasch
167–174
The influence of stormwater treatment on the hydraulic and pollution load - balance for an entire river basin
H. Bode and M. Weyand
175–184
Bayesian decision analysis as a tool for defining monitoring needs in the field of effects of CSOs on receiving waters
H. Korving and F. Clemens
185–193
Cost benefit risk - a concept for management of integrated urban wastewater systems?
M.B. Hauger, W. Rauche, J.J. Linde and P.S. Mikkelsen
195–202
Sewer losses and interactions with groundwater quality
J.B. Ellis and D.M. Revitt
203–210
Implementation of a monitoring system to measure impact of stormwater runoff infiltration
S. Barraud, J. Gibert, T. Winiarski and J.-L. Bertrand Krajewski
211–218
Effective environmental regulation to maximise the benefits of integrated wastewater management
B. Crabtree and G. Morris
219–228
Pollution based real time control of wastewater systems
L.P. Risholt, W. Schilling, V. Erbe and J. Alex
229–237
Effects of real time control of sewer systems on treatment plant performance and receiving water quality
T. Frehmann, A. Niemann, P. Ustohal and W.F. Geiger
239–246
The effect of extended in-sewer storage on wastewater treatment plant performance
R.M. Ashley, J. Dudley, J. Vollertsen, A. Saul, A. Jack and J.R. Blanksby
247–253
The impact of the controlled emptying of in-sewer storage on wastewater treatment plant performance
A.G. Jack and R.M. Ashley
255–263
Assessment of stormwater impacts on an urban stream with a detention pond
J. Marsalek, Q. Rochfort, L. Grapentine and B. Brownlee
265–272
Managing sewer solids for the reduction of foul flush effects - Forfar WTP
A.G. Fraser, R. Sakrabani, R.M. Ashley and F.M. Johnstone
273–279
Performance of partially separate sewer systems and impacts on receiving waters
F.M. Ferreira, J.S. Matos, A.C. Rodigues and H.M. do Monte
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 45 Number 4-5
Instrumentation, Control and Automation 2001 (ICA2001) (Selected proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Instrumentation, Conrol and Automation, held in Malmö, Sweden, 3-7 June 2001)
Contents
1–8
Lessons learnt at ICA2001
G. Olsson
9–17
Model-based advanced process control of coagulation
C.W. Baxter, R. Shariff, S.J. Stanley, D.W. Smith, Q. Zhang and E.D. Saumer
19–28
In-line fast OUR (oxygen uptake rate) measurements for monitoring and control of WWTP
J.A. Baeza, D. Gabriel and J. Lafuente
29–36
Control of nitrate recirculation flow in predenitrification systems
Zhiguo Yuan, Adrian Oehmen and Pernille Ingildsen
37–44
Fuzzy predictive control for nitrogen removal in biological wastewater treatment
S. Marsili-Libelli and L. Giunti
45–52
Control of the aeration volume in an activated sludge process for nitrogen removal
P. Samuelsson and B. Carlsson
53–60
Cascade control strategy for external carbon dosage in predenitrifying process
J.-H. Cho, S.W. Sung and I.-B. Lee
61–68
On-line titration of non-ionic surfactants in wastewater treatment plants using a specific electrode
H. Feitkenhauer and U. Meyer
69–76
On-line determination of nitrite in wastewater treatment by use of a biosensor
M. Nielsen, N.P. Revsbech, L.H. Larsen and A. Lynggard-Jensen
77–83
Investigations of the dynamic behaviour of the composition of combined sewage using on-line analyzers
H. Grüning and H. Orth
85–91
Evaluation of different shape parameters to distinguish between flocs and filaments in activated sludge images
C. Benens, R. Jenné and J.F. Van Impe
93–100
In-situ measurement of ammonium and nitrate in the activated sludge process
L. Rieger, H. Siegrist, S. Winkler, E. Saracevic, R. Votava and J. Nadler
101–107
Soft sensors for control of nitrogen and phosphorus removal from wastewaters by neural networks
L. Luccarini, E. Porrà, A. Spagni, P. Ratini, S. Grilli, S. Longhi and G. Bortone
109–116
On the use of fluorescence measurements to characterize wastewater
J.-L. Vasel and E. Praet
117–126
Robustness and economic measures as control benchmark performance criteria
P.A. Vanrolleghem and S. Gillot
127–134
Wastewater treatment benchmark: what can be achieved with simple control?
D. Vreko, N. Hvala and J. Kocijan
135–142
Control of an activated sludge process with nitrogen removal - a benchmark study
B. Carlsson and A. Rehnström
143–150
Evaluation of several respirometry-based activated sludge toxicity control strategies
J. Ko, H. Woo, J.B. Copp, S. Kim and C. Kim
151–158
Evaluation of control strategies using an oxidation ditch benchmark
A. Abusam, K.J. Keesman, H. Spanjers, G. van Straten and K. Meinema
159–166
Implementation of storage tanks on the COST 624 benchmark
M.N. Pons and J.P. Corriou
167–174
Sensor system using polarization analysis method to monitor oil-on-water in water purification plants and rivers
Y. Sanuki, M. Hiraoka, T. Ohto, H. Kanai and H. Tada
175–180
Water monitoring system for oil contamination using polymer-coated quartz crystal microbalance chemical sensor
S. Ueyama, K. Hijikata and J. Hirotsuji
181–190
Anoxic activated sludge monitoring with combined nitrate and titrimetric measurements
B. Petersen, K. Gernaey and P.A. Vanrolleghem
191–199
Detection of Escherichia coli in water by culture-based amperometric and luminometric methods
C. Nistor, A. Osvik, R. Davidsson, A. Rose, U. Wollenberger, D. Pfeiffer, J. Emnéus and L. Fiksdal
201–206
Detecting odorous materials in water using quartz crystal microbalance sensors
S. Ogawa and I. Sugimoto
207–215
Low-cost failure sensor design and development for water pipeline distribution systems
A. Khan, P.D. Widdop, A.J. Day, A.S. Wood, S.R. Mounce and J. Machell
217–226
Disturbance detection and isolation in the activated sludge process
C.K. Yoo, S.W. Choi and I. Lee
227–235
Adaptive multiscale principal components analysis for online monitoring of wastewater treatment
J. Lennox and C. Rosen
237–246
A neural network approach to burst detection
S.R. Mounce, A.J. Day, A.S. Wood, A. Khan, P.D. Widdop and J. Machell
247–254
Dinitrogen oxide detection for process failure early warning systems
J.E. Burgess, R.M. Stuetz, S. Morton and T. Stephenson
255–262
Model based prediction of the clogging of an anaerobic fixed bed reactor
J. Harmand, F. Miens, T. Conte, P. Gras, P. Buffière and J.P. Steyer
263–270
A method for automatic validation of long time series of data in urban hydrology
M. Mourad and J.-L. Bertrand-Krajewski
271–278
Application of toxicity monitor using nitrifying bacteria biosensor to sewerage systems
T. Inui, Y. Tanaka, Y. Okayasu and H. Tanaka
279–287
Real time control of a combined UASB-activated sludge wastewater treatment configuration
C.M. Polito-Braga, M. von Sperling, A.R. Braga and R.T. Pena
289–297
A hybrid supervisory system to support WWTP operation: implementation and validation
I.R. Rodriguez-Roda, M. Sànchez-Marrè, J. Comas, J. Baeza, J. Colprim, J. Lafuente, U. Cortes and M. Poch
299–308
A framework for extreme-event control in wastewater treatment
C. Rosen, M. Larsson, U. Jeppson and Z. Yuan
309–316
A supervisory control system for optimising nitrogen removal and aeration energy consumption in wastewater treatment plants
J. Serralta, J. Ribes, A. Seco and J. Ferrer
317–324
A hedging point strategy - balancing effluent quality, economy and robustness in the control of wastewater treatment
P. Ingildsen, G. Olsson and Z. Yuan
325–334
Model structure identification for wastewater treatment simulation based on computational fluid dynamics
J. Alex, G. Kolisch and K. Krause
335–343
Respirometry-based on-line model parameter estimation at a full-scale WWTP
H. Spanjers, G.G. Patry and K.J. Keesman
345–353
Optimal operation for timely adaptation of activated sludge plants to changes in the surfactant composition of wastewater
G. Carvalho, J.M. Novais, P.A. Vanrolleghem and H.M. Pinheiro
355–363
Dynamic simulation of chemical industry wastewater treatment plants
S.J. Bury, C.K. Groot, C. Huth and N. Hardt
365–372
Improved design and optimization of aeration control for WWTPs by dynamic simulation
J. Alex, T. Binh To and P. Hartwig
373–381
Model reduction through boundary relocation to facilitate real-time control optimisation in the integrated urban wastewater system
J. Meirlaen and P.A. Vanrolleghem
383–388
A new real-time drinking water network mixing model for the control and command centre of the city of Paris
F. Montiel, J. Coutelan and B. Nguyen
389–396
Modelling and estimation of physical parameters in a sludge drying system
D.S. Albino, P.R. Barros, J.S. da Rocha Neto, A.C. van Haandel and P.F. Cavaicanti
397–404
Practical identification of the dissolved oxygen dynamic in activated sludge plants
J. Suescun and E. Ayesa
405–411
Genetic algorithms for the application of Activated Sludge Model No. 1
S. Kim, H. Lee, J. Kim, C. Kim, J. Ko, H. Woo and S. Kim
413–420
Simulation of a nitrification control concept considering influent ammonium load
K. Krause, K. Böcker and J. Londong
421–428
Online load measurement in combined sewer systems - possibilities of an integrated management of waste water transportation and treatment
M. Häck and U. Lorenz
429–436
Dynamic online sewer modelling in Helsingborg
C. Hernebring, L.-E. Jönsson, U.-B. Thorén and A. Møller
437–444
Evaluation of uncertainties in urban hydrology: application to volumes and pollutant loads in a storage and settling tank
J.-L. Bertrand-Krajewski and J.-P. Bardin
445–452
Feasibility of automatic chemicals dosage control - a full-scale evaluation
M. Devisscher, H. Bogaert, D. Bixio, J. Van de Velde and C. Thoeye
453–460
Dissolved oxygen controller based on on-line measurements of ammonium combining feed-forward and feedback
P. Ingildsen, U. Jeppsson and G. Olsson
461–467
Remote control system for the operation of 65 WWTPs
B. Teichgräber, P. Arendt, H. Brockmann and F. Obenaus
469–476
On-line instrument confirmation: how can we check that our instruments are working?
D. Lumley
477–483
International online support to process optimisation and operation decisions
T.B. Önnerth and J. Eriksson
485–494
Status and future trends of ICA in wastewater treatment - a European perspective
U. Jeppsson, J. Alex, M.N. Pons, H. Spanjers and P.A. Vanrolleghem
495–502
Evaluation of a four year experience with a fully instrumented anaerobic digestion process
J.P. Steyer, J.C. Bouvier, T. Conte, P. Gras and P. Sousbie
503–510
Implementation of a wastewater treatment plant operation support tool based on on-line simulation
U. Jumar and R. Tschepetzki
511–518
Diagnosing and optimizing water treatment processes by using particle counter: a case study in Korea
M.Y. Han, J.S. Shim, Y.K. Chung and Y.H. Park
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 45 Number 6
Activated Sludge Modelling - Processes in Theory and Practice (Selected proceedings of the 5th Kollekolle Seminar on Activated Sludge Modellining, held in Kollekolle, Denamark, 10-12 September 2001)
Contents
1–11
Microscopic versus macroscopic biomass models in activated sludge systems
W. Gujer
13–23
Modelling of activated sludge processes with structured biomass
M.C.M. van Loosdrecht and J.J. Heijnen
25–40
Processes and modeling of hydrolysis of particulate organic matter in aerobic wastewater treatment - a review
E. Morgenroth, R. Kommedal and P. Harremoës
41–49
Modelling the activated sludge flocculation process combining laser light diffraction particle sizing and population balance modelling (PBM)
I. Nopens, C.A. Biggs, B. De Clercq, R. Govoreanu, B.-M. Wilén, P. Lant and P.A. Vanrolleghem
51–60
Modelling wastewater transformation in sewers based on ASM3
J.L. Huisman and W. Gujer
61–76
The EAWAG Bio-P module for activated sludge model No. 3
H. Siegrist, L. Rieger, G. Koch, M. Kühnl and W. Gujer
77–87
Experience with guidelines for wastewater characterisation in The Netherlands
P.J. Roeleveld and M.C.M. van Loosdrecht
89–97
Wastewater COD characterization: biodegradability of physico-chemical fractions
P. Ginestet, A. Maisonnier and M. Spérandio
99–106
Use of phosphorus release batch tests for modelling an EBPR pilot plant
E. Tykesson, H. Aspegren, M. Henze, P.H. Nielsen and J. Ia C. Jansen
107–113
Measurement of microorganisms with PHA production capability in activated sludge and its implication in Activated Sludge Model No. 3
S. Hanada, H. Satoh and T. Mino
115–126
Oligonucleotide probe hybridization and modeling results suggest that populations consuming readily degradable substrate have high cellular RNA levels
D. Frigon, D.B. Oerther, E. Morgenroth and L. Raskin
127–136
A practical protocol for dynamic modelling of activated sludge systems
J.J.W. Hulsbeek, J. Kruit, P.J. Roeleveld and M.C.M. van Loosdrecht
137–144
Effect of solids retention time and wastewater characteristics on biological phosphorus removal
M. Henze, H. Aspregren, J. la Cour Jansen, P.H. Nielsen and N. Lee
145–156
Error diagnostics and data reconciliation for activated sludge modelling using mass balances
S.C.F. Meijer, H. van der Spoel, S. Susanti, J.J. Heijnen and M.C.M. van Loosdrecht
157–168
Effect of different carbon sources on aerobic storage by activated sludge
M. Beccari, D. Dionisi, A. Giuliani, M. Majone and R. Ramadori
169–176
Model-based evaluation of a new upgrading concept for N-removal
S. Salem, D. Berends, J.J. Heijnen and M.C.M. van Loosdrecht
177–186
Experience and extensions to the ASM2 family of models
J. Dudley, G. Buck, R. Ashley and A. Jack
187–198
Optimization of activated sludge designs using genetic algorithms
T.A. Doby, D.H. Loughlin, F.L. de los Reyes III and J.J. Ducoste
199–208
Improving the predictions of ASM2d through modelling in practice
L. Larrea, I. Irizar and M.E. Hildago
209–218
Experiences with computer simulation at two large wastewater treatment plants in northern Poland
J. Makinia, M. Swinarski and E. Dobiegala
219–228
Combined hydraulic and biological modelling and full-scale validation of SBR process
J. Keller and Z. Yuan
229–233
The use of mathematical models in teaching wastewater treatment engineering
E. Morgenroth, E. Arvin and P. Vanrolleghem
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 45 Number 7
Innovative Technologies in Urban Drainage (NOVATECH' 2001) (Selected Preceedings of NOVATECH' 2001 the 4th International Conference on Innovative Technologies in Urban Drainage held in Lyon-Villeurbanne, France, 25-27 June 2001)
Contents
1–10
The planning and construction of an urban stormwater management scheme
S.D. Lloyd, T.H.F. Wong and B. Porter
11–19
Infiltration and inflow in combined sewer systems: long-term analysis
G. Weiß, H. Brombach and B. Haller
21–29
Design rules and impact assessment for source control measures based on continuous long-term simulations
G. Vaes and J. Berlamont
31–40
Problems of modern urban drainage in developing countries
A.L.L. Silveira
41–49
Sediment transport in grassed swales during simulated runoff events
M. Bäckström
51–56
Oil bio-degradation in permeable pavements by microbial communities
A.P. Newman, C.J. Pratt, S.J. Coupe and N. Cresswell
57–64
Experimental study and modelling of zinc and lead migration in sandy soils due to stormwater infiltration
L. Marcos, M. Legret, G. Raimbault and P. Le Cloirec
65–73
Developing, evaluating and maintaining a standardized stormwater BMP effectiveness database
J. Clary, B. Urbonas, J. Jones, E. Strecker, M. Quigley and J. O'Brien
75–82
Using typical daily flow patterns and dry-weather scenarios for screening flow rate measurements in sewers
E. Piatyszek, C. Joannis and M. Aumond
83–93
Numerical and experimental investigations of the pollutant distribution in sewers
P. Jaumouillié, F. Larrarte and V. Milisic
95–104
PID and PLC units for the real-time control of sewer systems
A. Campisano and C. Modica
105–112
Evaluation of the accumulation of sediment and heavy metals in a storm-water detention pond
C. Färm
113–122
Impact of zinc roofing on urban runoff pollutant loads: the case of Paris
M.C. Gromaire, G. Chebbo and A. Constant
123–131
Fine sediment retention in storage chambers: an assessment of time-dependent effects
V.R. Stovin, J.P. Grimm and A.J. Saul
133–142
Developments in a methodology for the design of engineered invert traps in combined sewer systems
A. Buxton, S. Tait, V. Stovin and A. Saul
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 45 Number 8
Water Security for the 21st Century - Building Bridges Through Dialogue (Proceedings of the 11th Stockholm Water Symposium "Water Security fot the 21st Century - Building Bridges Through Dialogue", held in Stockholm, Sweden, 13-16 August 2001)
Contents
ix–xi
Opening speech of the 11th Stockholm Water Symposium
Sven-Erik Skogfors
xiii–xv
Opening address of the 11th Stockholm Water Symposium
Gun-Britt Andersen
xvii–xviii
Global compact to leverage world development
Göran Lindahl
xix–xx
Future water policy for the European Union
Rolf Annerberg
xxi–xxiv
Driving towards sustainability
Dennis Minano
1–4
Summary and conclusions of the 2001 Stockholm Water Symposium
M. Falkenmark
7–17
Spans and suspensions: building bridges and water security through integrated water resource management
Margaret Catley-Carlson
19–21
Launching a Dialogue on Water, Food and the Environment
HRH the Prince of Orange
23–33
Water from (waste)water - the dependable water resource (The 2001 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate Lecture)
Professor Takashi Asano
35–45
Globalization and its challenges for water management in the developing world
Dr. Kazuo Takahashi
47–52
Water pollution problems posed by small industries: a case study of India and China
Anil Agarwal
53–64
Global water dynamics: issues for the 21st century
Slobodan P. Simonovic
65–70
Evangelizing in the media age: American and Swedish perspectives on how to spread your message
Olle Wästberg
71–88
Dams, environment and regional development - harnessing the "elixir of life: water" for overall development
Jay Narayan Vyas
89–104
Detecting climate-related trends in streamflow data
Paul J. Pilon and Sheng Yue
105–112
The EU Water Framework Directive - a key to catchment-based governance
Dr. Fritz Holzwarth
113–124
Water ethics - a substitute for over-regulation of a scarce resource
Professor Poul Harremoës
125–128
Water policy differences between a western democracy and a country in economic transition
H.E. Valdas Adamkus
129–134
Water challenges for the 21st century
René Coulomb
137–139
Workshop 1 (synthesis): relation between industry and other water interests in a catchment context - facilitated stakeholder dialogue
U.B. Fallenius and A.E. Fry
141–144
Workshop 2 (synthesis): driving forces and incentives for change towards sustainable water development
K. Takahashi, M. de los Angeles and J. Kuylenstierna
145–147
Workshop 3 (synthesis): catchment-based governance - compromise building and institutional arrangements
Dr Fritz Holzwarth and Professor Jan Lundqvist
149–150
Workshop 4 (synthesis): bridge building between water and energy
Professor Klas Cederwall, Aly Shady and Gunilla Björklund
151–166
Water and energy linkages for groundwater exploitation: a case study of Gujarat State, India
Dr. Rajiv K. Gupta
167–168
Workshop 5 (synthesis): dams, environment and regional development
Peter Söderbaum
169–180
The role of dams in development
Professor Dr. Dogan Altinbilek
181–182
Workshop 6 (synthesis): linking between flood risks and land use changes
Professor Klas Cederwell and Maja Brandt
183–190
Land-use change and floods: what do we need most, research or management?
Arne Tollan
191–193
Workshop 7 (synthesis): trade-offs in water for food and environmental security - urban/agricultural trade-off
Ausaf-ur Rahman, Mohammad Ait Kadi and Johan Rockström
195–196
Workshop 8 (synthesis): challenges of expanding ecological sanitation into urban areas
Dr A. Milburn, Professor S. Matsui and Dr P.-A. Malmqvist
199–216
A model for government-community partnership in building sewage systems for urban areas. The experiences of the Orangi Pilot Project - Research and Training Institute (OPP-RTI), Karachi
Arif Hasan
217–224
Introducing ecological sanitation: some lessons from a small town pilot project in Mozambique
Edward D. Breslin
225–228
Philosophical, ecological and technical challenges for expanding ecological sanitation into urban areas
Dr Steven A Esray
229–231
Workshop 9 (synthesis): how to increase the status of water issues in governance and in public perception
Anders Wijkman and Line Gordon
233–234
Lack of awareness - not only the failure of media
Erika Bjerström
235–241
Muddy perceptions/dirty water: messages for clearing the visions of the public and the powerful
Steven S. Ross
243–246
Summary and conclusions from the SIWI Young Professionals Workshop. The possibilities and threats of globalisation!
Johan Kuylenstierna
247–252
Workshop Speakers
253–254
Report from the poster session and list of posters presented
Dr Gunilla Brattberg
255–271
List of participants
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 45 Number 9
Diffuse/Non-point Pollution and watershed Management (Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Diffuse Pollution, held in Milwaukee, USA, 10-15 June 2001)
Contents
1–7
Vulnerability of groundwater to pollution from agricultural diffuse sources: a case study
H. Muhammetolu, A. Muhammetolu and S. Soyupak
9–17
SOIL and SOIL-NO at catchment scale - a case study for an agriculture-dominated catchment
J. Deelstra, M. Bechmann and S.H. Kvaernø
19–29
Nitrate in aquifers beneath agricultural systems
M.R. Burkart and J.D. Stoner
29–35
Nitrate pollution in groundwater and strategies to reduce pollution
R.K. Shrestha and J.K. Ladah
37–42
Geochemical and isotopic tracing of water in nested southern Minnesota corn-belt watersheds
J.A. Magner and S.C. Alexander
43–50
Implementation of best management practices in agriculture: modelling and monitoring of impacts on nitrogen leaching
A. Joelsson and K. Kyllmar
51–60
Phosphorus reductions following riparian restoration in two agricultural watersheds in Vermont, USA
D.W. Meals and R.B. Hopkins
61–68
Hydrogeological constraints on riparian buffers for reduction of diffuse pollution: examples from the Bear Creek watershed in Iowa, USA
W.W. Simpkins, T.R. Wineland, R.J. Andress, D.A. Johnston, G.C. Caron, T.M. Isenhart and R.C. Schultz
69–76
Effect of a cold-climate buffer zone on minimising diffuse pollution from agriculture
N. Syversen
77–85
Design considerations for increased sedimentation in small wetlands treating agricultural runoff
B.C. Braskerud
87–94
Wetland management to reduce Baltic Sea eutrophication
C. Paludan, F.E. Alexeyev, H. Drews, S. Fleischer, A. Fuglsang, T. Kindt, P. Kowalski, M. Moos, A. Radlowski, G. Stromfors, V. Westberg and K. Wolter
95–103
Potential toxicity of pesticides measured in midwestern streams to aquatic organisms
W. Battaglin and J. Fairchild
103–110
Characterization and mass load estimates of organic compounds in agricultural irrigation runoff
J.A. Pedersen, M.A. Yeager and I.H. (Mel) Suffet
111–120
Fate of pesticides in soil in a coastal lagoon area and associated water quality impacts
A. Tanik, M. Gurel, O. Zeren, I.E. Gonenc, H. Arslan, Y. Uysal, Z.B. Un and M. Yalvac
121–126
Runoff characteristics of particulate pesticides in a river from paddy fields
T. Inoue, S. Ebise, A. Numabe, O. Nagafuchi and Y. Matsui
127–131
Runoff characteristics of pesticides from paddy fields and reduction of risk to the aquatic environment
S. Ebise and T. Inoue
133–140
Elaboration of a complex GIS application in a catchment area
T. Németh, J. Szabó, L. Pásztor and Zs. Bakacsi
141–148
Predicting pesticide concentrations in river water with a hydrologically calibrated basin-scale runoff model
Y. Matsui, S. Itoshiro, M. Buma, T. Matsushita, K. Hosogoe, A. Yuasa, S. Shinoda and T. Inoue
149–156
Modeling diffuse pollution with a distributed approach
L.F. León, E.D. Soulis, N. Kouwen and G.J. Farquhar
157–168
Use of simulation mass balance modeling to estimate phosphorus and bacteria dynamics in watersheds
E.A. Cassell, D.W. Meals, S.G. Aschmann, D.P. Anderson, B.H. Rosen, R.L. Kort and J.M. Dorioz
167–176
Stochastic modelling of phosphorus transfers from agricultural land to aquatic ecosystems
M.J. Whelan, E.G. Hope and K. Fox
177–182
SIMPLE: Assessment of non-point phosphorus pollution from agricultural land to surface waters by means of a new methodology
O.F. Schoumans, J. Mol-Dijkstra, L.M.W. Akkermans and C.W.J. Roest
183–193
Quantitative comparison of forests and other areas with dry weather input loading in the Lake Biwa catchment area
S. Fujii, H. Tanaka and I. Somiya
195–203
Evaluation of efficiencies of diffuse allochthonous and autochthonous nutrient input control in restoration of a highly eutrophic lake
A. Muhammetoğlu, H. Muhammetoğlu and S. Soyupak
205–219
Real-time water quality monitoring and regression analysis to estimate nutrient and bacteria concentrations in Kansas streams
V.G. Christensen, P.P. Rasmussen and A.C. Ziegler
213–218
Application of an automatic sampling and measurement system to a mountainous stream investigation during rain events
Y. Komai, S. Umemoto and T. Inoue
219–225
Impact of non-detects in water quality data on estimation of constituent mass loading
M. Kayhanian, A. Singh and S. Meyer
227–234
Search for the northwest passage: the assignation of NSP (non-point source pollution) rights in nutrient trading programs
D. Collentine
235–242
Willingness to pay for flood and ecological risk reduction in an urban watershed
D.E. Clark, V. Novotny, R. Griffin, D. Booth, A. Bartošová, M.C. Daun and M. Hutchinson
243–248
Nitrate leaching from construction sites to groundwater in the Nottingham, UK, urban area
F.T. Wakida and D.N. Lerner
249–254
Characterization of surface runoff in urban areas
J.S. Choe, K.W. Bang and J.H. Lee
255–261
Comparison of the pollutant loads in dry and wet weather runoff in a southern California urban watershed
T.N. McPherson, S.J. Burian, H.J. Turin, M.K. Stenstrom and I.H. Suffet
263–268
Evaluation of urban non-point source runoff of hazardous metals entering Santa Monica Bay, California
M.S. Buffleben, K. Zayeed, D. Kimbrough, M.K. Stenstrom and I.H. Suffet
269–276
Evaluation of land use/land cover datasets for urban watershed modeling
S.J. Burian, M.J. Brown and T.N. McPherson
277–283
Critical issues for stormwater ponds: learning from a decade of research
B.C. Anderson, W.E. Watt and J. Marsalek
285–292
The SOIL-N/WEKU model system - a GIS-supported tool for the assessment and management of diffuse nitrogen leaching at the scale of river basins
F. Wendland, R. Kunkel, A. Grimvall, B. Kronvang and D.I. Müller-Wohlfell
293–300
Integrated watershed approach in controlling point and non-point source pollution within Zelivka drinking water reservoir
J. Holas and M. Hrncir
301–307
Development of a new mathematical model for subsurface water quality management
D.B. Das and V. Nassehl
309–315
Nutrient management for coastal zones: a case study of the nitrogen load to the Stockholm Archipelago
H. Scharin
317–324
Development of a risk-based TMDL assessment approach using the integrated modeling system GIBSI
A.N. Rousseau, A. Mailhot and J.-P. Villeneuve
325–332
Sensitivity analysis and auto-calibration of an integral dynamic model for river water quality
A. van Griensven, A. Francos and W. Bauwens
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 45 Number 10
Anaerobic Digestion IX - Selected Proceedings of the 9th World Congress on Anaerobic Digestion, held in Antwerp, Belgium, 2-6 September, 2001)
Contents
1–8
Anaerobic digestion: concepts, limits and perspectives
B Schink
9–18
Limits of anaerobic biodegradation
J.A. Field
19–25
Molecular and conventional analyses of microbial diversity in mesophilic and thermophilic upflow anaerobic sludge blanket granular sludges
Y. Sekiguchi, Y. Kamagata, A. Ohashi and H. Harada
27–33
Evaluation of thermophilic anaerobic microbial consortia using fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH)
M.R. Domingues, J.C. Araujo, M.B.A. Varesche and R.F. Vazoller
35–41
Strategies for augmenting the pentachlorophenol degradation potential of UASB anaerobic granules
S.R. Guiot, B. Tartakovsky, M. Lanthier, M.-J. Lévesque, M.F. Manuel, R. Beaudet, C.W. Greer and R. Villemur
43–48
Reductive biodegradation of 1,2-dichloroethane by methanogenic granular sludge: perspectives for in situ remediation
S. De Wildeman, H. Nollet, H. Van Langenhove, G. Diekert and W. Verstraete
49–54
Influence of electron donors and acceptors on the bioremediation of soil contaminated with trichloroethene and nickel: laboratory- and pilot-scale study
R. El Mamouni, R. Jacquet, P. Gerin and S.N. Agathos
55–60
Microbial cycling of volatile organic sulfur compounds in anoxic environments
B.P. Lomans, A. Pol and H.J.M. Op den Camp
61–63
The influence of experimental conditions on the assessment of the toxicity of 2,4-dichlorophenol to anaerobic degradative bacteria
N. Nitayapat and I.A. Watson-Craik
65–73
The IWA Anaerobic Digestion Model No 1 (ADM1)
D.J. Batstone, J. Keller, I. Angelidaki, S.V. Kalyuzhnyi, S.G. Pavlostathis, A. Rozzi, W.T.M. Sanders, H. Siegrist and V.A. Vavilin
75–80
Competition for H2 between sulfate reducers, methanogens and homoacetogens in a gas-lift reactor
J. Weijma, F. Gubbels, L.W. Hulshoff Pol, A.J.M. Stams, P. Lens and G. Lettinga
81–86
Simulation of a periodic anaerobic baffled reactor (PABR): steady state and dynamic response
K. Stamatelatou and G. Lyberatos
87–92
A new model for anaerobic processes of up-flow anaerobic sludge blanket reactors based on cellular automata
I.V. Skiadas and B.K. Ahring
93–98
Modelling the competition between sulphate reducers and methanogens in a thermophilic methanol-fed bioreactor
H. Spanjers, J. Weijma and A. Abusam
99–104
Hydrolysis kinetics of dissolved polymer substrates
W.T.M. Sanders, G. Zeeman and G. Lettinga
105–111
Kinetics and inhibition during the decolorization of reactive anthraquinone dyes under methanogenic conditions
E.J. Fontenot, M.I. Beydilli, Y.H. Lee and S.G. Pavlostathis
113–120
Ammonia inhibition on thermophilic aceticlastic methanogens
T. Liu and S. Sung
121–126
Effect of high salinity on the fate of methanol during the start-up of thermophilic (55°C) sulfate reducing reactors
M.V.G. Vallero, L.W. Hulshoff Pol, P.N.L. Lens and G. Lettinga
127–132
Characterization of soluble microbial products (SMP) in effluents from anaerobic reactors
S.F. Aquino and D.C. Stuckey
133–138
On-line measurements of COD, TOC, VFA, total and partial alkalinity in anaerobic digestion processes using infra-red spectrometry
J.P. Steyer, J.C. Bouvier, T. Conte, P. Gras, J. Harmand and J.P. Delgenes
139–144
Anaerobic degradation of oleic acid by suspended and granular sludge: identification of palmitic acid as a key intermediate
M.A. Pereira, O.C. Pires, M. Mota and M.M. Alves
145–150
Start-up of a thermophilic methanol-fed UASB reactor: change in sludge characteristics
P.L. Paulo, B. Jiang, K. Roest, J.B. van Lier and G. Lettinga
151–156
Removal of 3-chlorobenzoate using an upflow anaerobic sludge blanket reactor under light conditions
S. Sawayama, K. Tsukahara and T. Yagishita
157–162
Physical modelling of an upflow anaerobic sludge blanket reactor: near-field study
J.R. Gimenez, S.C. Nassr, R.D. Maestri and L.O. Monteggia
163–168
Influence of pulsation on start-up of UASB reactors
A. Franco, G. Gresia, E. Roca, A. Rozzi and J.M. Lema
169–174
Retention of granular sludge at high hydraulic loading rates in an anaerobic membrane bioreactor with immersed filtration
A.E. Hernández, L.C. Belalcazar, M.S. Rodríguez and E. Giraldo
175–180
Anaerobic degradation of BTEX in a packed-bed reactor
I.R. de Nardi, M.B.A. Varesche, M. Zaiat and E. Foresti
181–186
Anaerobic treatment of domestic sewage: established technologies and perspectives
E. Foresti
187–193
The influence of calcium on granular sludge in a full-scale UASB treating paper mill wastewater
D.J. Batstone, J. Landelli, A. Saunders, R.I. Webb, L.L. Blackall and J. Keller
195–200
Expert system for the on-line diagnosis of anaerobic wastewater treatment plants
A. Puñal, J. Rodríguez, E.F. Carrasco, E. Roca and J.M. Lema
201–206
Acidogenesis of dairy wastewater at various pH levels
H.-Q. Yu and H.H.P. Fang
207–212
Treatment of fish processing wastewater in a one- or two-step upflow anaerobic sludge blanket (UASB) reactor
A. Palenzuela-Rollon, G. Zeeman, H.J. Lubberding, G. Lettinga and G.J. Alaerts
213–218
Anaerobic digestion of olive oil mill effluents together with swine manure in UASB reactors
I. Angelidaki, B.K. Ahring, H. Deng and J.E. Schmidt
219–224
Treatment of winery wastewater by an anaerobic sequencing batch reactor
C. Ruíz, M. Torrijos, P. Sousbie, J. Lebrato Martínez, R. Moletta and J.P. Delgenès
225–230
Pilot-plant study on anaerobic treatment of a lipid- and protein-rich food industrial wastewater by a thermophilic multi-staged UASB reactor
T. Tagawa, H. Takahashi, Y. Sekiguchi, A. Ohashi and H. Harada
231–235
Mesophilic and thermophilic anaerobic digestion of sulphate-containing wastewaters
S. Colleran and S. Pender
237–242
Coliform and helminth eggs removal in a combined UASB reactor - baffled pond system in Brazil: performance evaluation and mathematical modelling
M. von Sperling, C.A.L. Chernicharo, A.M.E. Soares and A.M. Zerbini
243–248
Removal efficiency and methanogenic activity profiles in a pilot-scale UASB reactor treating settled sewage at moderate temperatures
L. Seghezzo, R.G. Guerra, S.M. González, A.P. Trupiano, M.E. Figueroa, C.M. Cuevas, G. Zeeman and G. Lettinga
249–254
A comparative analysis of a balance between the rates of polymer hydrolysis and acetoclastic methanogenesis during anaerobic digestion of solid waste
V.A. Vavilin, M. Yu. Schelkanov, L. Ya. Lokshina, S.V. Rytov, J. Jokela, E. Salminen and J. Rintala
255–260
Early warning of disturbances in a laboratory-scale MSW biogas process
M. Hannsson, Å Nordberg, I. Sundh and B. Mathisen
261–268
A novel in-situ sampling and VFA sensor technique for anaerobic systems
P.F. Pind, I. Angelidaki and B.K. Ahring
269–274
Removal of helminth eggs and fecal coliforms by anaerobic thermophilic sludge digestion
N. Cabirol, M. Rojas Oropeza and A. Noyola
275–280
Co-digestion of energy crops and industrial confectionery by-products with cow manure: batch-scale and farm-scale evaluation
P. Kaparaju, S. Luostarinen, E. Kalmari, J. Kalmari and J. Rintala
281–286
Co-digestion of domestic kitchen waste and night soil sludge in a full-scale sludge treatment plant
Y. Yoneyama and K. Takeno
287–292
Sulfate disinfection, stabilisation and heavy metal removal from sewage sludge - process description and preliminary results
D. Lowrie, J. Hobson and D.C. Stuckey
293–298
State of the art and future perspectives of thermophilic anaerobic digestion
B.K. Ahring, Z. Mladenovska, R. Iranpour and P. Westermann
299–304
Using a UASB reactor for thickening and digestion of discharged sludge from submerged aerated biofilters
R. Franci Gonçalves, F.A. Veronez, C.M.S. Kissling and S.T.A. Cassini
305–312
Measuring metal and phosphorus speciation in P-rich anaerobic digesters
C.M. Carliell-Marquet and A.D. Wheatley
313–319
Novel anaerobic process for the recovery of methane and compost from food waste
S.-K. Han, H.-S. Shin, Y.-C. Song, C.-Y. Lee and S.-H. Kim
321–328
Anaerobic digestion for sustainable development: a natural approach
H.J. Gijzen
329–334
Combining UASB technology and advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) to treat food processing wastewaters
G.O. Sigge, T.J. Britz, P.C. Fourie, C.A. Barnardt and R. Strydom
335–340
Adaptation of the methanogenic granules to denitrification in anaerobic-anoxic USSB reactor
P. Jenicek, J. Zabranska and M. Dohanyos
341–347
Controlling calcium precipitation in an integrated anaerobic-aerobic treatment system of a "zero-discharge" paper mill
J.B. van Lier and M.A. Boncz
349–356
Autotrophic denitrification for combined hydrogen sulfide removal from biogas and post-denitrification
R. Kleerebezem and R. Mendezà
357–363
Oxygen-limited nitrogen removal in a lab-scale rotating biological contactor treating an ammonium-rich wastewater
K. Pynaert, S. Wyffels, R. Sprengers, P. Boeckx, O. Van Cleemput and W. Verstraete
365–370
Sludge bed development in denitrifying reactors using different inocula-performance and microbiological aspects
C. Etchebehere, M.I. Errazquin, A. Cabezas, M.J. Pianzzola, M. Mallo, P. Lombardi, G. Ottonello, L. Borzacconi and L. Muxí
371–376
Treatment of anaerobically treated domestic wastewater using rotating biological contactor
A. Tawfik, B. Klapwijk, F. El-Gohary and G. Lettinga
377–382
Effect of carbon dioxide and ammonium removal on pH changes in polishing ponds
P.F.F. Cavalcanti, A. van Haandel and G. Lettinga
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 45 Number 11
Riversymposium 2001 (Selected Proceedings of the 4th International Riversymposium, held in Brisbane, Australia, 29-31 August, 2001)
Contents
3–8
Rivers of Life: the challenge of restoring health to freshwater ecosystems
S. Postel
11–19
An inventory of riverine biodiversity in monsoonal Asia: present status and conservation challenges
D. Dudgeon
21–28
Dairy farming and river condition: investigating the sustainable use of water resources in an agricultural area
L. Christesen
29–34
Downstream flow event sampling of acid mine drainage from the historic Mt Morgan Mine
G. Taylor, R. Howse, L. Duivenvoorden and V. Vicente-Beckett
35–44
Human impacts on hydrology in the Pantanal wetland of South America
S.K. Hamilton
45–53
Use of satellite image analysis to track wetland loss on the Murrumbidgee River floodplain in arid Australia, 1975-1998
R.T. Kingsford and R.F. Thomas
55–62
Kissimmee River restoration: a case study
P.J. Whalen, L.A. Toth, J.W. Koebel and P.K. Strayer
65–70
Rivers as urban landscapes: renaissance of the Waterfront
E. Benson
71–76
Integrating environmental goals into urban redevelopment schemes: lessons from the Code River, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
B.B. Setiawan
79–84
Paying for healthy rivers
J.J.J. Pigram
85–90
Investing in river health
J. Bennett
91–100
Environmental value transfer: an application for the South East Queensland waterways
J.J. Robinson
101–111
Institutionalising cost sharing for catchment management: lessons from land and water management planning in Australia
G.R. Marshall
113–124
Institutionalising community-based watershed management in India: elements of institutional sustainability
V.S. Saravanan
127–131
Achieving river integrity through natural resource management and integrated catchment management legislative frameworks
M. Maher, J. Nevill and P. Nichols
133–144
Report Card - Murray-Darling Basin - 2001
K. Goss
145–154
Representative freshwater reserves: better late than never
J. Nevill and N. Phillips
155–160
The use of rapid environmental assessment techniques to monitor the health of Australian rivers
S.L. Greenwood-Smith
161–168
A micro case study of the legal and administrative arrangements for river health in the Kangaroo River (NSW)
C. Mooney and D. Farrier
171–175
Community-based stream conservation initiatives in British Columbia, Canada
N. Wilson
177–184
Environmental action for community monitoring
N. Kingham
185–191
Neighbourhood catchments: a new approach for achieving ownership and change in catchment and stream management
C. Carroll, K. Rohde, G. Millar, C. Dougall, S. Stevens, R. Ritchie and S. Lewis
193–200
Community data - where does the value lie? Assessing confidence limits of community collected water quality data
E. Nicholson, J. Ryan and D. Hodgkins
201–208
Opportunities for sustainable riverine management in the Queensland Murray-Darling Basin
C. Ellway, G. Murphy, L. Merton, D. Baumgartner and A. Hempseed
209–213
Managing for river health - integrating watercourse management, environmental water requirements and community participation
G. Scholz, J. VanLaarhoven, L. Phipps, D. Favier and S. Rixon
217–223
Barmah-Millewa forest environmental water allocation
G. Stewart and B. Harper
225–232
Ecological condition of central Australian arid-zone rivers
S.C. Choy, C.B. Thomson and J.C. Marshall
233–240
Impacts of water management options on flows in the Condamine River in Southern Queensland
J.W. Porter
241–249
Environmental water in a regulated river system: the Murrumbidgee River planning approach to the determination of environmental needs
J. Shields and R. Good
251–260
Environmental flows and water quality objectives for the River Murray
C. Gippel, T. Jacobs and T. McLeod
261–266
Vietnam and the sustainable development of the Mekong river basis
Nguyen Nhan Quang
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 45 Number 12
Waste Management Problems in Agro-Industries 2001 (Selected Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Waste Management Problems in Agro-Industries, held in Shiga, Japan, 16-18 November, 2001)
Contents
1 - 11
Appropriate basis of effluent standards for industrial wastewaters
A. Tilche and D. Orhon
13 - 21
Present state of food and feed cycle and accompanying issues around Japan
M. Ukita and P. Prasertsan
23 - 36
Important limitations in the modeling of activated sludge: biased calibration of the hydrolysis process
G. Insel, D. Orhon, P.A. Vanrolleghem and M. Henze
37 - 44
Runoff characteristics of nutrients from citrus fruit grove and its effects on water area
F. Nishimura, M. Watanabe, R. Takahashi and T. Akase
45 - 52
Faecal contamination over flood events in a pastoral agricultural stream in New Zealand
J.W. Nagels, R.J. Davies-Colley, A.M. Donnison and R.W. Muirhead
53 - 61
Sequential variation of groundwater quality in an agricultural area with greenhouses near the coast
T. Fujiwara, K. Ohtoshi, X. Tang and K. Yamabe
63 - 69
Waste management systems of dairy cattle farms in Japan
E. Shima, I.F. Svoboda, S. Tsutsumi and H. Ohkubo
71 - 78
Development of a biological process for livestock wastewater treatment using a technique for predominant outgrowth of Bacillus species
Y.S. Choi, S.W. Hong, S.J. Kim and I.H. Chung
79 - 87
Combined biological and physico-chemical treatment of filtered pig manure wastewater: pilot investigations
S. Kalyuzhnyi, V. Sklyar, A. Epov, I. Arkhipchenko, I. Barboulina, O. Orlova and A. Klapwijk
89 - 96
Optimization of nitrogen removal from piggery waste by nitrite nitrification
Y. Eum and E. Choi
97 - 102
The production of D-xylose by enzymatic hydrolysis of agricultural wastes
C.H. Cho, M. Hatsu and K. Takamizawa
103 - 112
Field test of methane fermentation system for treating swine wastes
N. Kataoka, T. Suzuki, K. Ishida, N. Yamada, N. Kurata, M. Katayose and K. Honda
113 - 118
Anaerobic digestion of organic waste in Japan: the first demonstration plant at Kyoto City
T. Komatsu, T. Kimura, Y. Kuriyama, Y. Isshiki, T. Kawano, T. Hirao, M. Masuda, K. Yokoyama, T. Matsumoto and M. Takeda
119 - 126
PHA (polyhydroxyalkanoate) production potential of activated sludge treating wastewater
H. Takabatake, H. Satoh, T. Mino and T. Matsuo
127 - 134
A strategy in wastewater treatment process for significant reduction of excess sludge production
N. Shiota, A. Akashi and S. Hasegawa
135 - 142
Toxicity assessment on combined biological treatment of pharmaceutical industry effluents
B. Inanc, B. Calli, K. Alp, F. Ciner, B. Mertoglu and I. Ozturk
143 - 150
High-rate methane fermentation of lipid-rich food wastes by a high-solids co-digestion process
Y.Y. Li, H. Sasaki, K. Yamashita, K. Seki and I. Kamigochi
151 - 158
Algal treatment of pulp and paper industry wastewaters in SBR systems
E. Tarlan, U. Yetis and F.B. Dilek
159 - 165
A hybrid two-phase system for anaerobic digestion of food waste
J.Y. Wang, H.L. Xu and J.H. Tay
167 - 174
Application of membrane-coupled anaerobic volatile fatty acids fermentor for dissolved organics recovery from coagulated raw sludge
J.-O. Kim, I. Somiya, E.-B. Shin, W. Bae, S.-K. Kim and R.-H. Kim
175 - 179
Isolation and characterization of the ethynylestradiol-biodegrading microorganism Fusarium proliferatum strain HNS-1
J.H. Shi, Y. Suzuki, B.-D. Lee, S. Nakai and M. Hosomi
181 - 188
Effect of dissolved oxygen conditions on nitrogen removal in continuously fed intermittent-aeration process with two tanks
T. Hidaka, H. Yamada, M. Kawamura and H. Tsuno
189 - 196
Ammonia recovery from high strength agro industry effluents
M. Altinbas, I. Ozturk and A.F. Aydin
197 - 204
Nitrogen nutrient removals from wastewater and river water
R. Abdul-Rahman, H. Tsuno and N. Zainol
205 - 215
Assessment of source-based nitrogen removal alternatives in leather tanning industry wastewater
G. Zengin,, T. Olmez, S. Dogruel, I. Kabdasli and O. Tunay
217 - 224
Effect of solution parameters on the removal efficiency of humic substances by a reuse material
A.F.Y. Adou, V.S Muhandiki, Y. Shimizu and S. Matsui
225 - 232
Use of recycling through medium size granular filters to treat small food processing industry effluents
C. Menoret, C. Boutin, A. Lienard and F. Brissaud
233 - 240
Purification of agro-industrial wastewater from the grease-protein mixture by means of electroflotocoagulation
M. Karpuzcu, A. Dimoglo and H.Y. Akbulut
241 - 250
Modelling of a recirculating granular medium filter's processes
C. Boutin, R. Parouty, C. Menoret, A. Lienard and F Brissaud
251 - 259
Effect of chemical treatment on soluble residual COD in textile wastewaters
H. Dulkadiroglu, S. Dogruel, D. Okutman, I. Kabdasli, S. Sozen and D. Orhon
261 - 270
Factors affecting colour removal from reactive dye bath by ozonation
I. Kabdasli, T. Olmez and O. Tunay
271 - 278
Ultimate azo dye degradation in anaerobic/aerobic sequential processes
D.T. Sponza and M. Isik
279 - 286
Decolorization of textile wastewater by ozonation and Fenton's process
M.F. Sevimli and C. Kinaci
287 - 295
In-plant control applications and their effect on treatability of a textile mill wastewater
H. Dulkadiroglu, G. Eremektar, S. Dogruel, H. Uner, F. Germirli-Babuna and D. Orhon
297 - 304
The effect of pre-ozonation on the H2O2/UV-C treatment of raw and biologically pre-treated textile industry wastewater
I. Arslan Alaton and I.A. Balciog
305 - 313
Ozonation application in activated sludge systems for a textile mill effluent
D. Orhon, H. Dulkadiroglu, S. Dogruel, I. Kabdasli, S. Sozen and F. Germirli Babuna
315 - 320
Sustainable development of wastewater treatment strategies for the food industries
I. Sekoulov
321 - 328
Dairy wastewater treatment in a moving bed biofilm reactor
G. Andreottola, P. Foladori, M. Ragazzi and R. Villa
329 - 334
Treatment of dairy waste by using water hyacinth
R.K. Trivedy and S.M. Pattanshetty
335 - 338
Biological and chemical treatment of solid waste from soy sauce manufacture
H. Nagai, M. Kobayashi, Y. Tsuji, Y. Nakashimada, T. Kakizono and N. Nishio
339 - 346
Biological treatability of a corn wet mill effluent
G. Eremektar, O. Karahan-Gul, F. Germirli-Babuna, S. Ovez, H. Uner and D. Orhon
347 - 354
Treatment of winery wastewater in a sequencing batch biofilm reactor
G. Andreottola, P. Foladori, M. Ragazzi and R. Villa
355 - 360
Fouling of reverse osmosis and nanofiltration membranes by diary industry effluents
M. Turan, A. Ates and B. Inanc
361 - 365
Water and wastewater minimization plan in food industries
H. Ganjidoust and B. Ayati
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 46 Number 1 - 2
Microorganisms in Activated Sludge and Biofilm Processes III (Selected Proceedings of the 3rd International Specialialised Conference on Microorganisms in Activated Sludge and Biofilm Processes, held in Rome, Italy, 13-15 June, 2001)
Contents
1–9
Who eats what? Classifying microbial populations based on diurnal profiles of rRNA levels
D. Frigon, E. Arnaiz, D.B. Oertherf and L. Raskin
11–18
Evaluating the role of microbial stress response mechanisms in causing biological treatment system upset
N.G. Love and C.B. Bott
19–27
Microbial population dynamics in laboratory-scale activated sludge reactors
K. Kaewpipat and C.P.L. Grady Jr.
29–33
Control of bulking sludge caused by Type 021 N and Type 0961 in an industrial wastewater treatment plant with an aerobic selector
A. Duine and S. Kunst
35–39
Oxidation-reduction potential (ORP) regulation of nutrient removal in activated sludge wastewater treatment plants
B. Li and P. Bishop
39–43
Bacteriophage-host interaction in the enhanced biological phosphate removing activated sludge system
M.A. Khan, H. Satoh, T. Mino, H. Katayama, F. Kurisu and T. Matsuo
45–48
Competitive growth kinetics of Sphaerotilus natans and Acinetobacter anitratus
E.M. Contreras, L. Giannuzzi and N.E. Zaritzky
49–53
Filamentous bacterial population dominance in activated sludges subject to stresses
G. Gaval, P. Duchène and J.-J. Pernelle
55–60
Biological iron oxidation-reduction and the effects on sulfur oxidation-reduction, denitrification and poly-P accumulation in an anaerobic-oxic activated sludge
R. Yamamoto-Ikemoto, T. Komori and S. Matsui
61–64
The effect of reactor configuration and operational mode on Microthrix parvicella bulking and foaming in nutrient removal activated sludge systems
C. Noutsopoulos, D. Mamais and A.D. Andreadakis
65–72
"Microthrix parvicella": a new approach for kinetic and physiological characterization
S. Rossetti, M.C. Tomei, C. Levantesi, R. Ramadori and V. Tandoi
73–80
Microthrix parvicella, a specialized lipid consumer in anaerobic-aerobic activated sludge plants
P.H. Nielsen, P. Roslev, T.E. Dueholm and J.L. Nielsen
81–90
Dispelling the "Nocardia amarae" myth: a phylogenetic and phenotypic study of mycolic acid-containing actinomycetes isolated from activated sludge foam
F.M. Stainsby, J. Soddell, R. Seviour, J. Upton and M. Goodfellow
91–97
Phylogenetic and physiological characterization of a "Nostocoida limicola"-like organism isolated from activated sludge
M. Schade, C. Beimfohr and H. Lemmer
99–104
Phylogenetic analysis and in situ identification of "Nostocoida limicola"-like filamentous bacteria in activated sludge from industrial wastewater treatment plants
J. Snaidr, C. Beimfohr, C. Levantesi, S. Rossetti, J. van der Waarde, B. Geurkink, D. Eikelboom, M. Lemaitre and V. Tandoi
105–110
The "Nostocoida limicola" story: resolving the phylogeny of this morphotype responsible for bulking in activated sludge
R.J. Seviour, J.-R. Liu, E.M. Seviour, C.A. McKenzie, L.L. Blackall and C.P. Saint
111–114
Characterization of type 1851 organism isolated from activated sludge samples
T. Kohno, K. Sei and K. Mori
115–118
Studies of Microthrix parvicella in situ and in laboratory culture: production and use of specific antibodies
N. Connery, A.S. Thompson, S. Patrick and M.J. Larkin
119–122
First results from a screening of filamentous organisms present in Buenos Aires's activated sludge plants
W.D. Di Marzio
123–128
Presence of Rhodocyclus in a full-scale wastewater treatment plant and their participation in enhanced biological phosphorus removal
J.L. Zilles, C.-H. Hung and D.R. Noguera
129–138
The significance of denitrifying polyphosphate accumulating organisms in biological nutrient removal activated sludge systems
Z.-R. Hu, M.C. Wentzel and G.A. Ekama
139–144
Flow cytometric sorting and RFLP analysis of phosphate accumulating bacteria in an enhanced biological phosphorus removal system
M. Kawaharasaki, A. Manome, T. Kanagawa and K. Nakamura
145–154
Analysis of microbial community that performs enhanced biological phosphorus removal in activated sludge fed with acetate
M. Onuki, H. Satoh and T. Mino
155–162
Polyphosphate kinase genes from activated sludge carrying out enhanced biological phosphorus removal
K.D. McMahon, D. Jenkins and J.D. Keasling
163–170
Population dynamics in wastewater treatment plants with enhanced biological phosphorus removal operated with and without nitrogen removal
N. Lee, J. la Cour Jansen, H. Aspegren, M. Henze, P.H. Nielsen and M. Wagner
171–178
Role of "G-bacteria" in anaerobic substrate uptake in a SBR with no phosphorus removal
Y.H. Kong, M. Beer, R.J. Seviour, K.C. Lindrea and G.A Rees
179–184
Phylogenetic and physiological diversity of tetrad-forming organisms in deteriorated biological phosphorus removal systems
C.-S. Tsai and W.-T. Liu
185–190
Implementation of glycogen accumulating bacteria in treating nutrient-deficient wastewater
A. Jobbágy, B. Literáthy and G. Tardy
191–194
Competition between polyphosphate- and glycogen-accumulating organisms in biological phosphorus removal systems - effect of temperature
L.-M. Whang and J.K. Park
195–198
Density separation and molecular methods to characterize enhanced biological phosphorus removal system populations
A.J. Schuler, M. Onuki, H. Satoh and T. Mino
199–206
An integrated approach to analyse biofilms of a full scale wastewater treatment plant
M. Martín-Cereceda, B. Pérez-Uz, S. Serrano and A. Guinea
207–214
In situ identification of azo dye inhibition effects on nitrifying biofilms using microelectrodes
J. Li and P.L. Bishop
215–222
Production of gaseous nitrogen compounds in a novel process for ammonium removal
M. Green, N. Denekamp, O. Lahav and S. Tarre
223–231
Deammonification in biofilm systems: population structure and function
C. Helmer-Madhok, M. Schmid, E. Filipov, T. Gaul, A. Hippen, K.-H. Rosenwinkel, C.F. Seyfried, M. Wagner and S. Kunst
233–241
Structure and function of nitrifying biofilms as determined by molecular techniques and the use of microelectrodes
S. Okabe, H. Naitoh, H. Satoh and Y. Watanabe
243–248
Ciliated protozoa and organic load at low temperatures in an aerated biofilter
C. García-Santana and S. González-Martínez
249–252
Simulation of biofilm growth, substrate conversion and mass transfer under different hydrodynamic conditions
H. Horn, S. Wäsche and D.C. Hempel
253–256
Biofilm development in down flow anaerobic fluidised bed reactors under transient conditions
F. Tessele, G. Englert and L.O. Monteggia
257–260
Population dynamics in an aerobic submerged fixed bed reactor (ASFBR) process
I. Lorda-de-los-Ríos, E. Bécares-Mantecón and I. Tejero-Monzón
261–265
The characteristics of the biofilm fixed inside porous medium by sequencing batch reactor
K. Hoshi and H. Deguchi
267–272
The development and use of real-time PCR for the quantification of nitrifiers in activated sludge
S.J. Hall, P. Hugenholtz, N. Siyambalapitiya, J. Keller and L.L. Blackall
273–280
Molecular analysis of ammonia-oxidizing bacterial populations in aerated-anoxic Orbal processes
H.-D. Park, J.M. Regan and D.R. Noguera
281–288
Detection and quantification of expression of amoA by competitive reverse transcription-PCR
Y. Ebie, H. Miura, N. Noda, M. Matsumura, S. Tsuneda, A. Hirata and Y. Inamori
289–295
Comparison of bench scale testing methods for nitrifier growth rate measurement
D. Katehis, J. Fillos and L.A. Carrio
297–304
Differences in nitrification potential between fully aerobic and nitrogen removal activated sludge systems
G.J. Hatziconstantinou and A. Andreadakis
305–312
Evaluation of autotrophic denitrification, heterotrophic nitrification, and PAOs in full scale simultaneous biological nutrient removal sysyems
H.X. Littleton, G.T. Daigger, P.F. Strom and R.M. Cowan
313–317
Experimental assessment and modelling of nitrate utilisation for primary sludge
E. Avcioglu, S. Sözen, D. Orhon and M.C.M. van Loosdrecht
319–322
A comparison of autotrophic ammonia-oxidizing bacteria in full- and laboratory-scale wastewater treatment reactors
A.K. Rowan, J.R. Snape, D. Fearnside, T.P. Curtis, M.R. Barer and I.M. Head
323–326
Modelling population dynamics of denitrifying phosphorus accumulating organisms in activated sludge
A. Spagni, L. Stante and G. Bortone
327–332
Benchmarking nitrogen removal suspended-carrier biofilm systems using dynamic simulation
H. Vanhooren, Z. Yuan and P.A. Vanrolleghem
333–336
PCR-DGGE analysis of denitrifying bacteria in a metallurgic wastewater treatment process
N. Noda, S. Yoshie, T. Miyano, S. Tsuneda, A. Hirata and Y. Inamori
337–344
PHA storage from several substrates by different morphological types in an anoxic/aerobic SBR
D. Dionisi, C. Levantesi, V. Renzi, V. Tandoi and M. Majone
345–352
Respirometric assessment of storage yield for different substrates
O. Karahan-Gül, N. Artan, D. Orhon, M. Henze and M.C.M. van Loosdrecht
353–356
Change in metabolism of PHA accumulation by activated sludge modifying operating conditions
L.S. Serafim, P.C. Lemos and M.A.M. Reis
357–361
Gas chromatographic analysis of polyhydroxybutyrate in activated sludge: a round-robin test
D. Baetens, A.-M. Aurola, A. Foglia, D. Dionisi and M.C.M. van Loosdrecht
363–369
Study of filamentous bacteria by image analysis and relation with settleability
M. da Motta, M.N. Pons and N. Roche
371–379
Biomass active fraction evaluated by a direct method and respirometric techniques
G. Andreottola, P. Foladori, A. Gelmini and G. Ziglio
381–387
On the development of a novel image analysis technique to distinguish between flocs and filaments in activated sludge images
C. Cenens, K.P. Van Beurden, R. Jenné and J.F. Van Impe
389–395
Quantification of functional groups in activated sludge by microautoradiography
J.L. Nielsen and P.H. Nielsen
397–404
Active heterotrophic and autotrophic biomass distribution between fixed and suspended systems in a hybrid biological reactor
J.C. Ochoa, J. Colprim, B. Palacios, E. Paul and P. Chatellier
405–412
Community structure of micro- and macroflocs in pin-point sludge and the influence of sludge age and potassium addition on microfloc formation
E. Müller, K. Kriebitzsch, P.A. Wilderer and S. Wuertz
413–417
A comparison among different methods for evaluating the biomass activity in activated sludge systems: preliminary results
G. Andreottola, L. Baldassarre, C. Collivignarelli, R. Pedrazzani, P. Principi, C. Sorlini and G. Ziglio
419–422
The affection of flow pattern on kinetic characteristic of the biomass fixed inside porous medium
Y. Matsui and H. Deguchi
423–430
Decay rate variability of active heterotrophic biomass
B. Lavallée, P. Lessard and C. Besser
431–438
Effect of solids retention time on floc structure
S.N. Liss, B.Q. Liao, I.G. Droppo, D.G. Allen and G.G. Leppard
439–472
Real-time monitoring of ammonia-oxidizing activity in a nitrifying biofilm by amoA mRNA analysis
Y. Aoi, Y. Shiramasa, S. Tsuneda, A. Hirata, A. Kitayama and T. Nagamune
443–447
Quantifying the impact of wastewater micronutrient composition on in situ growth activity of Acinetobacter spp.
D.B. Oerther, M.C.M. van Loosdrecht and L. Raskin
449–452
Genomic fingerprinting of the 16S-23S gene spacer region suggests that novel Acinetobacter isolates are present in activated sludge
E. Carr, R.J. Seviour and V. Gürtler
453–456
Characteristics of bacterial populations responsible for uptake of amino acids in activated sludge acclimated to peptone
Y. Ubukata and S. Takii
457–464
Bulking sludge solved?!
J. Kruit, J. Hulsbeek and A. Visser
465–471
Go or no go for gel entrapped nitrifiers? A Belgian case study
D. Geenens, C. Jonkers and C. Thoeye
471–478
Microbial evaluation of activated sludge and filamentous population at eight Czech nutrient removal activated sludge plants during year 2000
O. Krhutková, I. Ruzicková and J. Wanner
479–486
Two stage activated sludge plants - influence of different operational modes on sludge bulking and nitrification
G. Wandl, H. Müller-Rechberger, N. Matsché, K. Svardal and S. Winkler
487–490
The influence of PAX-14 on activated sludge systems and in particular on Microthrix parvicella
T. Roels, F. Dauwe, S. Van Damme, K. De Wilde and F. Roelandt
491–494
Control of the growth of Microthrix parvicella by using an aerobic selector - results of pilot and full scale plant operation
M. Lebek and K.-H. Rosenwinkel
495–498
Testing the effect of selectors in the control of bulking and foaming in full scale activated-sludge plants
D. Davoli, P. Madoni, L. Guglielmi, M. Pergetti and S. Barilli
499–502
Microthrix parvicella foaming at the Fusina WWTP
P. Miana, L. Grando, G. Caravello and M. Fabris
503–506
Treatment of easily biodegradable wastewater avoiding bulking sludge
N. Matsché, S. Winkler, L. Prendl, K. Dornhofer and G. Wandl
507–510
A full scale application in the control of the filamentous bulking generated by Type 021N F. thiothrix sp.
M. Guida, G. Cesàro, I.L. Lipardi and G. Melluso
511–518
Fighting foam with phages?
J.A. Thomas, J.A. Soddell and D.I. Kurtböke
519–524
Gordonia (nocardia) amarae foaming due to biosurfactant production
K.R. Pagilla, A. Sood and H. Kim
525–528
An investigation into studying of the activated sludge foaming potential by using physicochemical parameters
K. Hladikova, I. Ruzickova, P. Klucova and J. Wanner
529–533
Are filamentous mycolata important in foaming?
R.J. Davenport and T.P. Curtis
535–542
Filamentous micro-organisms observed in industrial activated sludge plants
D.H. Eikelboom and B. Geurkink
543–550
The effect of C/N ratio on ammonia oxidising bacteria community structure in a laboratory nitrification-denitrification reactor
S.J. Ballinger, I.M. Head, T.P. Curtis and A.R. Godley
551–558
Molecular monitoring of bulking sludge in industrial wastewater treatment plants
J. van der Waarde, J. Krooneman, B. Geurkink, A. van der Werf, D. Eikelboom, C. Beimfohr, J. Snaidr, C. Levantesi and V. Tandoi
559–564
Application of oligonucleotide probes for the detection of Thiothrix spp. in activated sludge plants treating paper and board mill wastes
S.B. Kim, M. Goodfellow, J. Kelly, G.S. Saddler and A.C. Ward
565–569
Anaerobic sequencing batch reactor as initiating stage in complete pentachlorophenol biodegradation
I. Ribarova, J. Topalova, I. Ivanov, D. Kozuharov, R. Dimkov and C. Cheng
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 46 Number 3
2nd World Water Congress: Environmental Monitoring, Contaminants and Pathogens (Selected Proceedings of the 2nd World Water Congress of the International Water association, held in Berlin, Germany, 15-19 October, 2001)
Contents
1–7
Detection of the most optimal measuring points for water quality variables: application to the river water quality model of the River Dender in ESWAT
V. Vandenberghe, A. van Griensven and W. Bauwens
9–15
Identification of the source of faecal pollution in contaminated rivers
B.J. Gilpin, J.E. Gregor and M.G. Savill
17–23
River Pollution Diagnostic System (RPDS) - computer-based analysis and visualisation for bio-monitoring data
M.A. O'Connor and W.J. Walley
25–31
Monitoring faecal contamination of the Thames estuary using a semiautomated early warning system
I. Tryland, S. Surman and J.D. Berg
33–40
Management of sensible water uses with real-time measurements
N. Fleischmann, K. Staubmann and G. Langergraber
41–49
Risk-based modeling of early warning systems for pollution accidents
W.M. Grayman and R.M. Males
51–56
Application of recombinant fluorescent mammalian cells as a toxicity biosensor
E.J. Kim, Y. Lee, J.E. Lee and M.B. Gu
57–64
Mass spectrometric monitoring of the degradation and elimination efficiency for hardly eliminable and hardly biodegradable polar compounds by membrane bioreactors
H.Fr. Schröder
65–71
A kinetic model of N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) formation during water chlorination/chloramination
J. Choi and R.L. Valentine
73–80
Fate of pharmaceuticals during indirect potable reuse
J.E. Drewes, T. Heberer and K. Reddersen
81–88
From municipal sewage to drinking water: fate and removal of pharmaceutical residues in the aquatic environment in urban areas
Th. Heberer, K. Reddersen and A. Mechlinski
89–96
PCB sources and degradation in sediments of Ashtabula River, Ohio, USA, determined from receptor models
I. Imamoglu, K. Li and E.R. Christensen
97–104
A broad spectrum analytical scheme for the screening of endocrine disruptors (EDs), pharmaceuticals and personal care products in wastewaters and natural waters
A. Bruchet, C. Prompsy, G. Filippi and A. Souali
105–113
Estimation of pharmaceutical residues in primary and secondary sewage sludge based on quantities of use and fugacity modelling
S.J. Khan and J.E. Ongerth
115–122
Surface and subsurface irrigation with effluents of different qualities and presence of Cryptosporidium oocysts in soil and on crops
R. Armon, D. Gold, M. Brodsky and G. Oron
123–129
Virus removal by soil passage at field scale and ground-water protection of sandy aquifers
J.F. Schijven and S.M. Hassanizadeh
131–138
Particle transport in a karst aquifer: natural and artificial tracer experiments with bacteria, bacteriophages and microspheres
A. Auckenthaler, G. Raso and P. Huggenberger
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 46 Number 4-5
2nd World Water Congress: Waste Treatment and Sludge Management (Selected Proceedings of the 2nd World Water Congress of the International Water Association, held in Berlin, Germany, 15-19 October, 2001)
Contents
1–6
Respirometry techniques and activated sludge models
O. Benes, H. Spanjers and M. Holba
7–12
Influence of the nutrient balance on biofilm composition in a fixed film process
T.L.G. Hendrickx, E. Meskus and R.L. Keiski
13–18
Aerobic granulation in sequential sludge blanket reactor
J.-H. Tay, Q.-S. Liu and Y. Liu
19–26
Coarse media filtration for enhanced primary treatment of municipal wastewater
Z. Liao and H. Ødegaard
27–33
Simulation program for wastewater coagulation
H. Ratnaweera, L. Lei and O. Lindholm
35–41
Catalytic ozonation of an organophosphorus pesticide using microporous silicate and its effect on total toxicity reduction
B.-S. Kim, H. Fujita, Y. Sakai, A. Sakoda and M. Suzuki
43–50
Adsorption of reactive dyes to granulated iron hydroxide and its oxidative regeneration
A. Kornmüller, S. Karcher and M. Jekel
51–58
Combinative dyebath treatment with activated carbon and UV/H2O2: a case study on Everzol Black-GSP®
N.H. Ince, D.A. Hasan, B. Üstün and G. Tezcanli
59–65
Biological detoxification of tar-water
J. la C. Jansen, K. Jönsson and M. Hagman
67–76
Pilot-scale testing membrane bioreactor for wastewater reclamation in industrial laundry
M. Andersen, G.H. Kristensen, M. Brynjolf and H. Grüttner
77–82
Pollution control of industrial wastewater from soap and oil industries: a case study
S. Abdel-Gawad and M. Abdel-Shafy
83–89
Use of thermophilic biological aerobic technology for industrial waste treatment
A.F. Rozich and K. Bordacs
91–97
Optimisation of control of river and sewage flows in the Great Culvert, England
R.H.A. Janssen and S.M. Mills
99–106
A model to control intermittent aeration phases
A. Carucci, M. De Mola, E. Rolle and P. Smurra
107–116
An efficient monitoring concept with control charts for on-line sensors
M. Thomann, L. Rieger, S. Frommhold, H. Siegrist and W. Gujer
117–124
Early warning-system for operation-failures in biological stages of WWTPs by on-line image analysis
W. Heine, I. Sekoulov, H. Burkhardt, L. Bergen and J. Behrendt
125–130
Nitrogen removal in a SBR using the OGAR process control system
Z. Tomlins, M. Thomas, J. Keller, J.-M. Audic and V. Urbain
131–137
Use pH and ORP as fuzzy control parameters of denitrification in SBR process
Y.Z. Peng, J.F. Gao, S.Y. Wang and M.H. Sui
139–147
Exploiting online in-situ ammonium, nitrate and phosphate sensors in full-scale wastewater plant operation
P. Ingildsen and G. Olsson
149–156
Comparison of combined and separated biological aerated filter (BAF) performance for pre-denitrification/ nitrification of municipal wastewater
E. Rother, P. Cornel, A. Ante, P. Kleinert and R. Brambach
157–162
Balancing of nitrogen conversion in deammonifying biofilms through batch tests and GC/MS
T. Gaul, E. Filipov, N. Schlösser, S. Kunst and C. Helmer-Madhok
163–169
Simultaneous nitrification and denitrification in a single reactor using bio-electrochemical process
T. Watanabe, S. Hashimoto and M. Kuroda
171–178
Effects of pH on enhanced biological phosphorus removal metabolisms
A.J. Schuler and D. Jenkins
179–184
Effect of pH control on EBPR stability and efficiency
L.S. Serafim, P.C. Lemos and M.A.M. Reis
185–192
Environmental factors contributing to the "G bacteria" population in full-scale EBPR plants
P.C. Griffiths, H.M. Stratton and R.J. Seviour
193–200
Combined denitrification and excess biological phosphorus removal in discontinuous operated biofilm systems
D. Brandt, C. Sieker and W. Hegemann
201–207
Comparison of aerobic and anoxic phosphorus uptake in ndbepr systems (uct and enbnras)
S.M. Vermande, S. Sötemann, G. Aguilera Soriano, M. Wentzel, J.M. Audic and G. Ekama
209–214
Effects of volatile fatty acids on a thermophilic anaerobic hydrogen fermentation process degrading peptone
S.-S. Cheng, S.-M. Chang and S.-T. Chen
215–221
Start-up of a pilot-scale anaerobic fixed film reactor at low temperature treating slaughterhouse wastewater
R. del Pozo, V. Diez and G. Salazar
223–230
Improved split feed anaerobic baffled reactor (SFABR) for shorter start-up period and higher process performance
S. Uyanik, P.J. Sallis and G.K. Anderson
231–239
Assessment of magnesium ammonium phosphate precipitation for the treatment of leather tanning industry wastewaters
I. Kabdasli, O. Tünay, M.S. Çetin and T. Ölmez
241–247
Investigation of nitrogen removal in a cascaded membrane bioreactor
K. Kubin, M. Kraume and W. Dorau
249–255
Enhancing biological phosphorus removal from municipal wastewater with partial simultaneous precipitation
M. Valve, P. Rantanen and J. Kallio
257–264
Phosphorus removal with membrane filtration for surface water treatment
A. Dietze, R. Gnirß and U. Wiesmann
265–272
Adsorption of estrone on nanofiltration and reverse osmosis membranes in water and wastewater treatment
L.D. Nghiem, A.I. Schäfer and T.D. Waite
273–280
MBR-technology in municipal wastewater treatment: challenging the traditional treatment technologies
H.F. van der Roest, A.G.N. van Bentem and D.P. Lawrence
281–286
Enhanced biological phosphorus removal in membrane bioreactors
C. Adam, R. Gnirss, B. Lesjean, H. Buisson and M. Kraume
287–292
Regeneration of process water containing surfactants by nanofiltration - investigation and modelling of mass transport
B. Wendler, B. Goers and G. Wozny
293–299
Efficiency of SBR technology in municipal wastewater treatment plants
H. Steinmetz, J. Wiese and T.G. Schmitt
301–307
A quantitative risk analysis tool for design/simulation of wastewater treatment plants
D. Bixio, G. Parmentier, D. Rousseau, F. Verdonck, J. Meirlaen, P.A. Vanrolleghem and C. Thoeye
309–316
Surface aeration and a small footprint can be combined
P.M.J. Janssen, K. Meinema-Linders and R.P. Niermans
317–324
Comparison of the efficiency of large-scale ceramic and membrane aeration systems with the dynamic off-gas method
J.A. Libra, A. Schuchardt, C. Sahlmann, J. Handschag, U. Wiesmann and R. Gnirss
325–332
Simulation study supporting wastewater treatment plant upgrading
N. Hvala, D. Vreko, O. Burica, M. Strazar and M. Levstek
333–338
Investigation of anaerobic zone short-circuiting using computational fluid dynamics
C. Sherwin and C.T. Ta
339–346
Assessing the environmental impact of WWTP expansion: odour nuisance and its minimization
A.G. Capodaglio, F. Conti, L. Fortina, G. Pelosi and G. Urbini
347–354
Selection of natural treatment processes for algae removal from stabilisation ponds effluents in Brasilia, using multicriterion methods
K.D. Neder, G.A. Carneiro, T.R. Queiroz and M.A.A. de Souza
355–360
Performance of an innovative FWS constructed wetland in Crete, Greece
G. Dialynas, N. Kefalakis, M. Dialynas and A. Angelakis
361–366
Ozonation of domestic secondary effluent for recycling and reuse - a pilot plant study
C.H. Ni, J.N. Chen, Y.C. Tsai, W.B. Chen and C.H. Chen
367–371
International Report: Sludge management and related legislation
R. Leschber
373–380
Perceptions of sewage sludge
J.M. Tyson
381–387
A systems approach evaluation of sludge management strategies: sludge management in Valparaíso and Aconcagua, Chile
J.J. Ramírez, B. Frostell and R. Galindo
389–396
Regional planning and product recovery as tools for sustainable sludge management
T. Stypka, E. Plaza, A. Stypka, J. Trela and B. Hultman
397–403
Utilisation of energy from digester gas and sludge incineration at Hamburg's Köhlbrandhöft WWTP
R.D. Thierbach and H. Hanssen
405–412
Minimisation of costs by using disintegration at a full-scale anaerobic digestion plant
A. Winter
413–419
Co-removal of hexavalent chromium during copper precipitation
J. Sun and J.-C. Huang
421–425
Effects of ozone treatment on the biodegradability of sludge from municipal wastewater treatment plants
I.T. Yeom, K.R. Lee, Y.H. Lee, K.H. Ahn and S.H. Lee
427–434
A novel approach to pathogen reduction in biosolids: the enzymic hydrolyser
M.E. Mayhew, M.S. Le and R. Ratcliff
435–440
Effects of phosphorus recovery requirements on Swedish sludge management
E. Levlin, M. Löwén, K. Stark and B. Hultman
441–446
Pre-selection of flocculants by the LUMiFuge separation analyser 114
T. Sobisch and D. Lerche
447–453
The contribution of thermophilic anaerobic digestion to the stable operation of wastewater sludge treatment
J. Zábranská, M. Dohányos, P. Jeníek, P. Zaplatílková and J. Kutil
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 46 Number 6-7
2nd World Water Congress: Integrated Water Resources Management (Selected Proceedings of the 2nd World Water Congress of the International Water Association, held in Berlin, Germany, 15-19 October, 2001)
Contents
1–17
International Report: Stormwater management
J. Marsalek and B. Chocat
19–26
Storm water management in an urban catchment: effects of source control and real-time management of sewer systems on receiving water quality
T. Frehmann, I. Nafo, A. Niemann and W.F. Geiger
27–34
Voluntary arrangements to cope with diffuse pollution from agriculture and their role in European water policy
I. Heinz, K. Andrews, F. Brouwer and T. Zabel
35–46
Project CARE: reducing wet weather overflows to improve beach water quality
J. Heijs, D. Wilkinson and E. Couriel
47–53
Measures and costs of integrated river basin management - the Wupper example
G. Kolisch, J. Londong and J. Renner
55–62
Sustainable development - assessment of water resource management measures
F.B. Weigert and C.E.W. Steinberg
63–70
Water resources management within the water-protection zone of the "Donauried": solving conflicts between water supply, ecology and agriculture
F. Haakh
71–76
SIRRUS: evaluation software of the technical and economic profitability of rainwater on an industrial site
J.-S. Thomas, J. Le Pol, S. Gillet and L. Phan
77–84
Comparison of conventional rule based flow control with control processes based on fuzzy logic in a combined sewer system
K. Klepiszewski and T.G. Schmitt
85–92
Integrated watershed approach for combating drought in a semi-arid region of India: the case of Jhabua watershed
A.K. Singh, T.I. Eldho and D. Prinz
93–98
Lake Constance - a model for integrated lake restoration with international cooperation
H. Müller
99–104
2D simulation of transport and degradation in the River Rhine
L. Teichmann, P. Reuschenbach, B. Müller and H. Horn
105–112
Integrated management of the Upper Mersey river basin using the SMILE object-oriented software system
M. Spanou and D. Chen
113–120
Incorporating long-term trends in water availability in water supply planning
D. Luketina and M. Bender
121–129
Systems analysis for environmental assessment of urban water and wastewater systems
U. Jeppsson and D. Hellström
131–139
The design of a web-based decision support system for the sustainable management of an urban river system
Y.-C. Chang and N.-B. Chang
141–150
Integrated modelling as an analytical and optimisation tool for urban watershed management
V. Erbe, T. Frehmann, W.F. Geiger, P. Krebs, J. Londong, K.-H. Rosenwinkel and K. Seggelke
151–158
SQIRTS - an on-site stormwater treatment and reuse approach to sustainable water management in Sydney
L. Dallmer
159–166
Stormwater management in a catchbasin perspective - best practices or sustainable strategies?
M. Bäckström, P.-A. Malmqvist and M. Viklander
167–172
Two years of full-scale storm operation experience
D. Bixio, R. Carrette and C. Thoeye
173–181
Diffuse emission and control of copper in urban surface runoff
M.A. Boller and M. Steiner
183–190
Effect of long-term conventional tillage and no-tillage systems on soil and water quality at the field scale
C.S. Tan, C.F. Drury, W.D. Reynolds, J.D. Gaynor, T.Q. Zhang and H.Y. Ng
191–198
Metal content and particle size distribution of street sediments and street sweeping waste
J. German and G. Svensson
199–206
Non-point source pesticide removal by a mountainous wetland
C.M. Kao, J.Y. Wang, K.F. Chen, H.Y. Lee and M.J. Wu
207–215
A novel strategy for cyanobacterial bloom control by ultrasonic irradiation
T.-J. Lee, K. Nakano and M. Matsumura
217–224
Evaluation of non-point sources pollution impacts by integrated 3S information technologies and GWLF modelling
S.-K. Ning, K.-Y. Jeng and N.-B. Chang
225–232
Designing cost effective water demand management programs in Australia
S.B. White and S.A. Fane
233–240
The Millennium Dome "Watercycle" experiment: to evaluate water efficiency and customer perception at a recycling scheme for 6 million visitors
S. Hills, R. Birks and B. McKenzie
241–246
Distributed optimal technology networks: a concept and strategy for potable water sustainability
W.J. Weber, Jr.
247–254
Dynamic operating rules for water supply reservoirs in La Paz
M.J. Bender, D. Hranisavljevic, R. Bernardin and R. Bianchi
255–261
Application of short-term water demand prediction model to Seoul
C.N. Joo, J.Y. Koo and M.J. Yu
263–271
Linking expert evaluations with public consultation to design water policy at the watershed level
P. Garin, J.-D. Rinaudo and J. Ruhlmann
273–280
Water reuse introduces the need to integrate both water supply and wastewater management at local and regulatory levels
D.A. Okun
281–288
Decentralised urban water reuse: The implications of system scale for cost and pathogen risk
S.A. Fane, N.J. Ashbolt and S.B. White
289–296
Design of a climate-dependent water reuse project
P. Xu, F. Brissaud, J.C. Maihol, F. Valette and V. Lazarova
297–302
Wastewater reclamation for use in snow-making within an alpine resort in Australia - resource rather than waste
Z. Tonkovic and S. Jeffcoat
303–309
Experience with integrated water quality management in the Wahnbach Watershed
J. Clasen and R. Krämer
311–316
Microbiological investigations of rainwater and graywater collected for toilet flushing
H.-J. Albrechtsen
317–324
Onsite wastewater differential treatment system: modeling approach
M.A. Lopez Zavala, N. Funamizu and T. Takakuwa
325–332
Wastewater recycling concept for an urban multi-storey building
T. Herrmann and T. Hesse
333–340
Urine separating sewage systems - environmental effects and resource usage
H. Jönsson
341–346
Production of value added products from separately collected urine
J. Behrendt, E. Arevalo, H. Gulyas, J. Niederste-Hollenberg, A. Niemiec, J. Zhou and R. Otterpohl
347–354
Strategy for nitrogen removal from piggery waste
E. Choi and Y. Eum
355–362
Initiatives to meet the challenge of providing water services to the most underprivileged communities: tools and oportunities - the case of Empresas Públicas de Medelín (EEPPM)
F.J. Piedrahíta, F.A. Zuleta and J.F. Manjarrés
363–370
Nitrification in reed beds - capacity and potential control methods
K. Kayser, S. Kunst, G. Fehr and H. Voermanek
371–378
Centralised versus decentralised treatment and disposal options for Küçükçekmece Basin of Istanbul City
V. Eroglu, H.Z. Sarikaya, E. Yüksel and I. Koyuncu
379–387
Sewer rehabilitation strategy in Berlin
D. Jacobi and K.-J. Sympher
389–396
Selective inspection planning with ageing forecast for sewer types
R. Baur and R. Herz
397–402
Time of flight flow meters as a reliable and cost effective monitoring alternative in sewer systems
B. Harmuth and V. Erbe
403–410
Computer aided decision support on choosing the right technology for sewer rehabilitation
T. Plenker
411–411
Errata: Water Science and Technology 46(3) 123-129.Virus removal by soil passage at field scale and groundwater protection of sandy aquifers
J.F. Schijven and S.M. Hassanizadeh
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 46 Number 8
Environmental Protection Technologies for Coastal Areas III (Selected Proceedings of the 3rd International Black Sea Conference, held in Varna, Bulgaria, 6-8 June 2001)
Contents
1–8
Trophic relations in two lakes from the Bulgarian Black Sea coast and possibilities for their restoration
R.K. Kalchev, L.Z. Pehlivanov and M.B. Beshkova
9–17
Nutrient fluxes from the Danube Basin to the Black Sea
M. Zessner and J. van Gils
19–28
Application of eutrophication indices for assessment of the Bulgarian Black Sea coastal ecosystem ecological quality
S. Moncheva, V. Dontcheva, G. Shtereva, L. Kamburska, A. Malej and S. Gorinstein
29–36
Rehabilitation and water quality monitoring in the Golden Horn
H.I. Sur, E. Okus, H.Z. Sarikaya, H. Altiok, V. Eroglu and I. Öztürk
37–44
Benthic community structure of the Bosphorus and surrounding area
A. Uysal, A. Yüksek, E. Okus and N. Yilmaz
45–52
Environmetric approaches to estimate pollution impacts on a coastal area by sediment and river water studies
G. Mihailov, V. Simeonov, N. Nikolov and G. Mirinchev
53–58
Pollution sources identification in the "land-sea" system
D. Dachev and S. Zlatanova
59–66
Nutrient distribution in the Bosphorus and surrounding areas
E. Okus, A. Aslan-Yilmaz, A. Yüksek, S. Tas and V. Tüfekçi
67–74
Innovative technologies for wastewater treatment in coastal tourist areas
D. Orhon, I. Sekoulov and H. Dulkadiroglu
75–82
Retrofitting activated sludge systems to intermittent aeration for nitrogen removal
O. Hanhan, N. Artan and D. Orhon
83–90
Polishing of secondary effluent by an algal biofilm process
G. Schumacher and I. Sekoulov
91–98
Design of SBR systems for nutrient removal from wastewaters subject to seasonal fluctuations
N. Artan, D. Orhon and R. Tasli
99–104
Activated carbon and residual nitrification for higher quality effluents for the coastal areas
B. Beler-Baykal, G. Witte and I. Sekoulov
105–110
Membrane dosing units for chemicals in water and wastewater treatment plants
K. Kouzmanova, G. Michailov and I. Sekoulov
111–118
A new process for the combined treatment of municipal wastewaters and landfill leachates in coastal areas
C. Yangin, S. Yilmaz, M. Altinbas and I. Ozturk
119–126
Effect of loading rate and intermittent aeration cycle on nitrogen removal in membrane separation activated sludge process
H. Nagaoka and C. Kudo
127–135
Municipal wastewater treatment in the anaerobic-aerobic baffled filter reactor at ambient temperature
I. Bodík, K. Kratochvíl, B. Herdová, G. Tapia and E. Gašpariková
137–143
Seasonal changes of nutrients and oxygen in the Bulgarian Black Sea coastal area
G. Shtereva, A. Krastev and O. Hristova
145–152
Significance of wetlands in water quality management - past and present situation of Kizilirmak Delta, Turkey
A. Samsunlu, L. Akca, C. Kinaci, N. Findik and A. Tanik
153–160
The wave breaking phenomena as a tool for environmental friendly shore protection
M.S. Kabdasli and U. Türker
161–167
Implementing GIS to resolve environmental coastal problems in Varna
L.N. Dimov
169–175
Liquid waste management strategies for coastal areas
M.N. Alpaslan, D. Dölgen and A. Akyarli
177–186
Wastewater management in coastal urban areas: the case of Greece
P.A. Paraskevas, D.L. Giokas and T.D. Lekkas
187–194
Integrating river basin management and the coastal zone: the (blue) Danube and the (black) Sea
. Maksimovi and C.K. Makropoulos
195–202
SeaWiFs satellite data analysis of Black Sea water discharge pattern into the Aegean Sea
L. Jönsson
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 46 Number 9
Water and Wastewater Management for Developing Countries (Selected Proceedings of the IWA International Conference, held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 29-31 October, 2001)
Contents
1 - 9
Water and wastewater in developing countries: present reality and strategy for the future
Z. Ujang and C. Buckley
11 - 20
Integrated design of sewers and wastewater treatment plants
J. Vollertsen, T. Hvitved-Jacobsen, Z. Ujang and S.A. Talib
21 - 28
The application of pinch analysis to water, reagent and effluent management in a chlor-alkali facility
P Gianadda, C.J. Brouckaert, R. Sayer and C.A. Buckley
29 - 36
Life-cycle assessment as an environmental management tool in the production of potable water
E. Friedrich
37 - 45
Design and implementation of a measuring campaign to model pesticide impacts in an Ecuadorian watershed
D. Matamoros, J. Bonini, E. Guzman, G. Ramirez and P.A. Vanrolleghem
47 - 54
Comparison of field measurements to predicted reaeration coefficients, k2, in the application of a water quality model, QUAL2E, to a tropical river
M. Mohamed, J.D. Stednick and F.M. Smith
55 - 62
Life cycle assessment of an industrial water recycling plant
S.D. Pillay, E. Friedrich and C.A. Buckley
63 - 69
A model for decentralised grey wastewater treatment system in Singapore public housing
J. Lim, Ng Wun Jern, K.L. Chew and V. Kallianpur
71 - 78
Modeling fish community dynamics in the Florida Everglades: role of temperature variation
H.A. Al-Rabai'ah, H.L. Koh, D. DeAngelis and H.L. Lee
79 - 86
Promoting sustainable industry through waste minimisation clubs
S.J. Barclay and C.A. Buckley
87 - 93
A computational fluid dynamic and experimental study of an ozone contactor
T. Huang, C.J. Brouckaert, M. Docrat and M. Pryor
95 - 101
Biofilm formation in a hot water system
L.K. Bagh, H.-J. Albrechtsen, E. Arvin and K. Ovesen
103 - 108
Modelling and control of potable water chlorination
A. Pastre, M. Mulholland, C.J. Brouckaert, C.A. Buckley, M.-V. Le Lann, M. Roustan, D. Naidoo and V. Mabeer
109 - 115
Comparative study on microbial removal in immersed membrane filtration (IMF) with and without powdered activated carbon (PAC)
Z. Ujang, Y.L. Au and H. Nagaoka
117 - 125
Fluorescence technique for the characterization of natural organic matter in river water
U.K. Ahmad, Z. Ujang, Z. Yusop and T.L. Fong
127 - 135
Model studies on granular activated carbon adsorption in fixed bed filtration
A.B. Jusoh, M.J.M.M. Noor and S.B. Piow
137 - 146
Study on self-purification capacity for organic pollutants in stagnant water
M. Saito, Y. Magara and Wisjnuprapto
147 - 154
Groundwater contamination assessment for sustainable water supply in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal
N.R. Khatiwada, S. Takizawa, T.V.N. Tran and M. Inoue
155 - 162
Optimal operation of a potable water distribution network
C. Biscos, M. Mulholland, M.-V. Le Lann, C.J. Brouckaert, R. Bailey and M. Roustan
163 - 169
Toxicity and biodegradability of high strength/toxic organic liquid industrial effluents and hazardous landfill leachates
V. Naidoo, M. du Preez, T. Rakgotho, B. Odhav and C.A. Buckley
171 - 177
Effect of ozone injection location on filter performance in direct filtration
E. Yüksel, Ö Akgiray, A.M. Saatçi, H.Z. Sarikaya and I. Koyuncu
179 - 183
Removal of iron and manganese by artificial destratification in a tropical climate (Upper Layang Reservoir, Malaysia)
R. Ismail, M.A. Kassim, M. Inman, N.H. Baharim and S. Azman
185 - 192
Half saturation constants for nitrate and nitrite by in-sewer anoxic transformations of wastewater organic matter
S. Abdul-Talib, T. Hvitved-Jacobsen, J. Vollertsen and Z. Ujang
193 - 200
The effect of aeration and non-aeration time on simultaneous organic, nitrogen and phosphorus removal using an intermittent aeration membrane bioreactor
Z. Ujang, M.R. Salim and S.L. Khor
201 - 209
High salinity wastewater treatment using yeast and bacterial membrane bioreactors
N.P. Dan, C. Visvanathan, C. Polprasert and R. Ben Aim
211 - 218
Denitrifying activity measurements using an anoxic titration (pHstat) bioassay
K.M. Foxon, C.J. Brouckaert and A. Rozzi
219 - 227
Sequencing batch reactor treatment of tannery wastewater for carbon and nitrogen removal
S. Murat, E. Ateş Genceli, R. Taşli, N. Artan and D. Orhon
229 - 236
Effect of important operational parameters on performance of coarse pore filtration activated sludge process
M.R. Alavi Moghaddam, H. Satoh and T. Mino
237 - 246
Assessment of the denitrification potential for biological nutrient removal processes using OUR/NUR measurements
S. Sözen, N. Artan, D. Orhon and E. Avcioglu
247 - 254
Arsenic removal efficiency and mechanisms by electro-chemical precipitation process
A. Pinisakul, C. Polprasert, P. Parkpian and J. Satayavivad
255 - 262
Influence of varying reacting conditions in the degradation of azo dye using immobilized TiO2 photocatalyst
A. Aris, M.F. Md Din, M.R. Salim, S. Yunus and W.A. Abu Bakar
263 - 270
Pilot-scale study of an anaerobic baffled reactor for the treatment of domestic wastewater
P. Dama, J. Bell, K.M. Foxon, C.J. Brouckaert, T. Huang, C.A. Buckley, V. Naidoo and D. Stuckey
271 - 278
Struvite precipitation from anaerobically treated municipal and landfill wastewaters
M. Altinbaş, C. Yangin and I. Ozturk
279 - 286
Drying kinetics and stabilization of sewage sludge in lagoon in hot climate
A. Idris, O.B. Yen, M.H.A. Hamid and A.M. Baki
287 - 295
Effluent polishing via pasture irrigation in Harare, Zimbabwe
I. Nhapi, M. Mawere, S. Veenstra and H.J. Gijzen
297 - 302
Removal of phosphate by seafood processing wasted sludge
S.M. Lee, B.J. Choi and K.H. Kim
303 - 308
Land application technique for the treatment and disposal of sewage sludge
S.M. Zain, H. Basri, F. Suja' and O. Jaafar
309 - 314
Removal of organics and nitrogen in sewage treatment using anoxic-aerobic recirculated filter
S. Tanaka and A. Suzuki
315 - 321
Co-treatment of septage in a municipal sewage treatment pond system
B. Kurup, R. Kurup, K. Mathew and G. Ho
323 - 330
Advanced treatment of high strength opium alkaloid industry effluents
A.F. Aydin, M. Altinbas, M.F. Sevimli, I. Ozturk and H.Z. Sarikaya
331 - 338
Performance of an extended aeration - microfiltration (EAM) reactor in treating high strength industrial wastewater
M.J.M.M. Noor, S.A. Muyibi, T. Ahmed, A.H. Ghazali, A. Jusoh, A. Idris, F.R. Ahmadun, H. Nagaoka and H. Aya
339 - 346
Application of locally available materials for the treatment of organic polluted water
M.R. Salim, F. Othman, Md. Imtiaj Ali, J. Patterson and T. Hardy
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 46 Number 10
Sludge Management: Regulation, Treatment, Utilisation and Disposal (Selected Proceedings of the IWA Specialised Conference, held in Acapulco, Mexico, 25-27 October, 2001)
Contents
1–8
Heavy metals extraction from anaerobically digested sludge
M.M. Marchioretto, H. Bruning, N.T.P. Loan and W.H. Rulkens
9–16
Characterization of wastewater and solids odors using solid phase microextraction at a large wastewater treatment plant
H. Kim, S. Murthy, L.L. McConnell, C. Peot, M. Ramirez and M. Strawn
17–24
Comparison of the quantity and quality of the microbiological content of sludge in countries with low and high content of pathogens
B. Jimínez, C. Maya, E. Sãnchez, A. Romero, L. Lira and J.A. Barrios
25–32
Relationship between partition of heavy metals in sewage sludge and elution of heavy metals
A. Ito, J. Kusanagi, T. Matsukura, J. Aizawa and T. Umita
33–41
Different options for metal recovery after sludge decontamination at the Montreal Urban Community wastewater treatment plant
N. Meunier, J.F. Blais, M. Lounès, R.D. Tyagi and J.L. Sasseville
43–49
Characterisation and conditioning of Fenton sludges issued from wastewater treatment
R.M. Ramírez Zamora, M.T. Orta de Velásquez, A. Dur噉 Moreno and J. Malpica de la Torre
51–54
Complete characterisation of thermally treated sludges
N.J. Anderson, D.R. Dixon, P.J. Harbour and P.J Scales
55–61
Use of lysis and recycle to control excess sludge production in activated sludge treatment: bench scale study and effect of chlorinated organic compounds
M.A. Nolasco, A.L.O. Campos, A.M. Springer and E.C. Pires
63–70
Minimization of sludge production in biological processes: an alternative solution for the problem of sludge disposal
S. Deleris, V. Geaugey, P. Camacho, H. Debellefontaine and E. Paul
71–77
Ozonation of wastewater sludge for reduction and recycling
K.-H. Ahn, K.Y. Park, S.K. Maeng, J.H. Hwang, J.W. Lee, K.-G. Song and S. Choi
79–87
A comparative study between mechanical, thermal and oxidative disintegration techniques of waste activated sludge
P. Camacho, S. Deleris, V. Geaugey, P. Ginestet and E. Paul
89–96
The AF-BNR-SCP process as a way to reduce global sludge production: comparison with classical approaches on a full scale basis
P. Battistoni, S. Pezzoli, D. Bolzonella and P. Pavan
97–104
Feasibility study of mechanically disintegrated sludge and recycle in the activated-sludge process
P. Camacho, V. Geaugey, P. Ginestet and E. Paul
105–114
Key parameters in sludge dewatering: testing for the shear sensitivity and EPS content
L.H. Mikkelsen, T. Mascarenhas and P.H. Nielsen
115–121
Polymer conditioning of alum sludge and discrepancies between estimates of the optimum dosage
Y.Q. Zhao, E.N. Papavasilopoulos, D.H. Bache and P.A. Mackinnon
123–130
Characterization and dewaterability of raw and stabilized sludge using different treatment methods
P. Mijaylova Nacheva, G. Moeller-Chávez, E. Ramírez Camperos and L. Cardaso Vigueros
131–138
Identification of factors contributing to degradation in autothermal thermophilic sludge digestion
Zs. Csikor, P. Miháltz, A. Hanifa, R. Kovács and M. F. Dahab
139–146
Improved alkaline stabilization of municipal wastewater sludge
J.M. Mendez, B.E. Jiménez and J.A. Barrios
147–152
Removal of fecal coliforms by thermophilic anaerobic digestion processes
C. De Leén and D. Jenkins
153–158
Vermicomposting of sewage sludge: a new technology for Mexico
L. Cardosa Vigueros and E. Ramírez Camperos
159–165
Anaerobic treatment of sludge: focusing on reduction of las concentration in sludge
F. Haggensen, A.S. Mogensen, I. Angelidaki and B.K. Ahring
167–172
Two combined techniques to enhance anaerobic digestion of sludge
G. Moeller-Chávez and S. González-Martínez
173–179
Thermochemical pretreatment in the anaerobic digestion of waste activated sludge
S. Tanaka and K. Kamiyama
181–187
Effects of aerobic and anaerobic digestion systems on pathogen and pathogen indicator reduction in municipal sludge
M.F. Dahab and R.Y. Surampalli
189–194
Evaluation of bacteriophages during the treatment of sludge
B. Mignotte-Cadiergues, C. Gantzer and L. Schwartzbrod
195–198
Volatile organic compound emissions during the composting of biosolids from a domestic wastewater treatment plant
C.X. Ramos, S.L. Estévez and E. Giraldo
199–208
Biological nutrient removal wastewater treatments and sewage sludge anaerobic mesophilic digestion performances
D. Bolzonella, L. Innocenti and F. Cecchi
209–216
Effect of the employment of biosolids as recovery agent for degraded areas
C.V. Andreoli, L.A.R. de Castro, A.G. Picinatto and E.S. Pegorini
217–224
Impact on crops, plants and soils of metal trace elements transfer and flux, after spreading of fertilizers and biosolids
V. Maisonnave, M. Montréjaud-Vignoles, C. Bonnin and J.-C. Revel
225–230
A risk assessment of emerging pathogens of concern in the land application of biosolids
C.P. Gerba, I.L. Pepper and L.F. Whitehead
231–238
Sludge utilisation in agriculture: possibilities and prospects in Greece
A.D. Andreadakis, D. Mamais, E. Gavalaki and S. Kampylafka
239–246
Effects of substrates composed of biosolids on the production of Eucalyptus viminalis, Schinus terebinthifolius and Mimosa scabrella seedlings and on the nutritional status of Schinus terebinthifolius seedlings
B.R.P. Bonnet, C. Wisniewski, C.B. Reissmann, A.C. Nogueira, C.V. Andreoli and S.J. Barbieri
247–254
Simultaneous production of biopesticide and alkaline proteases by Bacillus thuringiensis using sewage sludge as a raw material
R.D. Tyagi, V. Sikati Foko, S. Barnabe, A.S. Vidyarthi, J.R. Valéro and R.Y. Surampalli
255–258
Reuse of sewage sludge as raw material of Portland cement in Japan
T. Taruya, N. Okuno and K. Kanaya
259–267
Sustainability of thermal oxidation processes: strengths for the new millennium
E. Guibelin
269–279
Effect of extracellular polymers on freeze-thaw conditioning of activated sludge
B. Örmeci and P.A. Vesilind
277–283
Low temperature conversion of sludge and shavings from leather industry
I.C.T. Silveira, D. Rosa, L.O. Monteggia, G.A. Romeiro, E. Bayer and M. Kutubuddin
285–294
The challenge of faecal sludge management in urban areas - strategies, regulations and treatment options
A.M. Ingallinella, G. Sanguinetti, T. Koottatep, A. Montangero and M. Strauss
295–303
Wastewater sludge as a resource: sludge disposal strategies and corresponding treatment technologies aimed at sustainable handling of wastewater sludge
H. Ødegaard, B. Paulsrud and I. Karlsson
305–310
Sludge management regulations and their applicability in mountainous regions
B. Wett, W. Becker and K. Ingerle
311–318
European policy on biodegradable waste: a management perspective
J.M. Gómez Palacios, A. Ruiz de Apodaca, C. Rebollo and J. Azcárate
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 46 Number 11-12
Water Quality and Environmental Management in Asia (Selected Proceedings of Asian Waterqual 2001, the IWA Asia-Pacific Regional Conference, held in Fukuoka, Japan, 12-15 September 2001)
Contents
1–6
Sustainable development of water services industry
Y. Magara
7–12
OH radical monitoring technologies for AOP advanced oxidation process
S.-K. Han, S.-N. Nam and J.-W. Kang
13–19
Development of a simulator for ozone/UV reactor based on CFD analysis
M. Kamimura, S. Furukawa and J. Hirotsuji
21–26
Ozonation of Han River humic substances
M.J. Yu, Y.H. Kim, I. Han and H.C. Kim
27–31
Removal of bromate ion from water using TiO2 and alumina-loaded TiO2 photocatalysts
H. Noguchi, A. Nakajima, T. Watanabe and K. Hashimoto
33–38
Inhibition effect of chlorine ion on hydroxyl radical generation in UV-H2O2 process
S. Tsuneda, Y. Ishihara, M. Hamachi and A. Hirata
39–44
Nitrate removal rate in a continuous column denitrification reactor using hydrogen generated by electrolysis with carbon anodes and stainless cathodes
S. Dadang, T. Kawanishi, N. Shimizu and Y. Hayashi
45–50
Behavior of nuisance mussel, Limnoperna fortunei, in water supply facilities
Y. Goto
51–56
Biological treatment characteristics of benzene and toluene in a biofilter packed with cylindrical activated carbon
G.-W. Li, H.-Y. Hu, J.-M. Hao and H.-Q. Zhang
57–62
Packed bed columns for high rate nitrogen and carbon removals
S.L. Ong, J.Y. Hu, L.Y. Lee, W.J. Ng and L.F. Song
63–70
Modeling prediction of membrane bioreactor process with the concept of soluble microbial product
S.G. Lu, T. Imai, M. Ukita, M. Sekine and T. Higuchi
71–76
Performance of coarse pore filtration activated sludge system
M.R. Alavi Moghaddam, H. Satoh and T. Mino
77–84
Industrial wastewater minimization using water pinch analysis: a case study on an old textile plant
Z. Ujang, C.L. Wong and Z.A. Manan
85–92
The nomographic design approach to recycled water treatment by the nitritation process
K. Gil, E. Choi, Z. Yun, J. Lee, J. Ha and J. Park
93–98
Characterization of microbial community in nitrogen removal process of metallurgic wastewater by PCR-DGGE
S. Yoshie, N. Noda, T. Miyano, S. Tsuneda, A. Hirata and Y. Inamori
99–104
Denitrification of industrial wastewater with sulfur and limestone packed column
R. Nugroho, H. Takanashi, M. Hirata and T. Hano
105–111
Community analysis of nitrifying bacteria in an advanced and compact Gappei-Johkasou by FISH and PCR-DGGE
Y. Ebie, M. Matsumura, N. Noda, S. Tsuneda, A. Hirata and Y. Inamori
113–119
Simultaneous removal of nitrogen and phosphorus with A2/O process using immobilized media
M. Goto, S. Kuribayashi, Y. Nonaka and M. Yamazaki
121–125
Reduction of sludge by ozone treatment and production of carbon source for denitrification
K.-H. Ahn, I.-T. Yeom, K.-Y. Park, S.-K. Maeng, Y. Lee, K.-G. Song and J.-H. Hwang
127–132
Degradation of biotansformation products of nonylphenol ethoxylates by ozonation and UV/TiO2 treatment
M. Ike, M. Asano, F.D. Belkada, S. Tsunoi, M. Tanaka and M. Fujita
133–138
Decolorization of reactive bright red K2G dye: electrochemical process catalyzed by manganese mineral
H.-J. Liu and J.-H. Qu
139–145
Photocatalytic degradation of explosives contaminated water
S.-J. Lee, H.-S. Son, H.-K. Lee and K.-D. Zoh
147–152
Phosphate removal and recovery by a novel electrolytic process
Y. Sakakibara and H. Nakajima
153–157
Anaerobic acidification of a synthetic wastewater in batch reactors at 55°C
H.Q. Yu and H.H.P. Fang
159–164
Design parameters of high rate algal ponds using filamentous algae matrix for treating rural stream water
T.E. Kim, W.M. Chung and B.S. Lim
165–170
Oilfield produced water treatment with surface-modified fiber ball media filtration
Y. Yang, X. Zhang and Z. Wang
171–176
A preliminary study on electrically enhanced crossflow microfiltration of CMP (chemical-mechanical polishing) wastewater
G.C.C. Yang, T.-Y. Yang and S.-H. Tsai
177–182
Treatment of agricultural wastewater and reuse
W. Reimann
183–188
Removal of suspended substances by coagulation and foam separation from municipal wastewater
Y. Suzuki, T. Maruyama, H. Tegane and T. Goto
189–194
Isolation and examination of copper removing bacteria from activated sludge culture
K. Fukushi, S. Babel and H. Xuan
195–201
Removal of pyrene by different microalgal species
A.P. Lei, Y.S Wong and N.F.Y. Tam
203–208
A mathematical model for the flotation of waste activated sludge
K. Fujisaki and M. El-Zahar
209–216
The impact of sea water flushing on biological nitrification-denitrification activated sludge sewage treatment process
S.M. Yu, W.Y. Leung, K.M. Ho, P.F. Greenfield and W.W. Eckenfelder
217–224
Long-term experimental study of the aquatic plant system for polluted river water
K. Sato, H. Sakui, Y. Sakai and S. Tanaka
225–230
Simultaneous removal of cadmium and turbidity in contaminated soil-washing water by DAF and electroflotation
J. Park, Y. Jung, M. Han and S. Lee
231–236
The influence of artificial cutoff on a monitoring system and the water quality of the Keelung River
S.L. Lo, J.T. Kuo and S.M. Wang
237–244
Degradation of microcystin by biofilm in practical treatment facility
T. Saitou, N. Sugiura, T. Itayama, Y. Inamori and M. Matsumura
245–251
China's water environment at the beginning of the 21st century: challenges and countermeasures
K. Zhang, Z. Wen and X. Xhang
253–256
Bio-affecting mercury detection using mercury resistance gene module fused with bioluminescence reporter genes
T. Yamagata, M. Ishii, M. Narita, G.-C. Huang and G. Endo
257–262
Characterization of an algae-lytic substance secreted by Bacillus cereus, an indigenous bacterial isolate from Lake Kasumigaura
N. Nakamura, K. Nakano, N. Sugiura and M. Matsumura
263–268
Environmental risk evaluation for anionic surfactants based on the characteristics of appearance of high concentration in rivers
Y. Kobuke
269–275
Field survey on water supply, sanitation and associated health impacts in urban poor communities - a case from Mumbai City, India
S. Kumar Karn and H. Harada
277–284
Progress and data gaps in quantitative microbial risk assessment
C.N. Haas
285–289
Fate of coliphage in waste water treatment process and detection of phages carrying the Shiga toxin type 2 gene
Y. Tanji, K. Mizoguchi, T. Akitsu, M. Morita, K. Hori and H. Unno
291–295
Sunlight inactivation of human enteric viruses and fecal bacteria
R.S. Fujioka and B.S. Yoneyama
297–301
Continuous monitoring for Cryptosporidium - a novel approach to public health protection
A. Lloyd and D. Drury
303–309
Removal of indigenous coliphages and fecal coliforms by a novel sewage treatment system consisting of UASB and DHS units
S. Uemura, K. Takahashi, A. Takaishi, I. Machdar, A. Ohashi and H. Harada
311–317
Disinfection kinetics of Legionella pneumophila by ultraviolet irradiation
K. Yamagiwa, M. Tsujikawa, M. Yoshida and A. Ohkawa
319–324
Assessment of risk of infection due to Cryptosporidium parvum in drinking water
Y. Masago, H. Katayama, A. Hashimoto, T. Hirata and S. Ohgaki
325–330
Risk evaluation for pathogenic bacteria and viruses in sewage sludge compost
T. Watanabe, D. Sano and T. Omura
331–335
Toxicity assessment of 255 chemicals to pure cultured nitrifying bacteria using biosensor
Y. Tanaka, K. Taguchi and H. Utsumi
337–341
Development of rapid in vitro assay for oxidative liver injury and its application to 230 chemicals
S.H. Kim, K. Ichikawa, I. Koshiishi and H. Utsumi
343–348
Toxicity assays to determine the start-up strategy for an anaerobic sequencing batch reactor (anSBR)
W.J. Ng, S.L. Ong, K.Y. Tan, J.Y. Hu, L.Y. Lee and L.F. Song
349–354
Comparison of yeast-based estrogen receptor assays
M. Saito, H. Tanaka, A. Takahashi and Y. Yakou
355–362
Preservation of human cell bioassay device for the on-site evaluation of environmental waters
R. Shoji, Y. Sakai, A. Sakoda and M. Suzuki
363–366
Estrogen-like effect and cytotoxicity of chemical compounds
Y. Katori, Y. Ksu and H. Utsumi
367–373
Evaluation of estrogen-like activity on sewage treatment processes using recombinant yeast
K. Onda, S.-Y. Yang, A. Miya and T. Tanaka
375–380
Arsenic contamination in groundwater of Samta, Bangladesh
H. Yokota, K. Tanabe, M. Sezaki, Y. Yano, K. Hamabe, K. Yabuuchi, H. Tokunaga, AAN , RGAG and NIPSOM
381–387
The quantification and characterization of endocrine disruptor bisphenol-A leaching from epoxy resin
B. Bae, J.H. Jeong and S.J Lee
389–394
Removal of mutagen precursor from wastewater by activated sludge and oxidation treatment
H. Takanashi, M. Mayumi, M. Kato, M. Hirata and T. Hano
395–400
The mutagenicity of amino-derivatives of diphenyl ether herbicides in new Salmonella typhimurium YG tester strains
Y. Tanaka, N. Shimizu, H. Tsukatani, N. Sera and S. Kitamori
401–406
Trihalomethane formation potentials of organic pollutants in wastewater discharge
H.P. Chu, J.H.C. Wong and X.Y. Li
407–412
Pollutant runoff from non-point sources and its estimation by runoff models
M. Noguchi, T. Hiwatashi, Y. Mizuno and M. Minematsu
413–418
Dynamic behavior of suspended pollutants and particle size distribution in highway runoff
H. Furumai, H. Balmer and M. Boller
419–424
Monitoring of shallow sea environment by using snapping shrimps
M. Watanabe, M. Sekine, E. Hamada, M. Ukita and T. Imai
425–429
Measurement of color degree with Dilution method
Y. Miyoshi and T. Hano
431–435
Use of nitrogen stable isotope ratio of periphyton for monitoring nitrogen sources in a river system
H. Toda, Y. Uemura, T. Okino, T. Kawanishi and H. Kawashima
437–442
A model for predicting sediment-water partition of toxic chemicals in aquatic environments
H. Shimazu, E. Ohnishi, N. Ozaki, T. Fukushima and O. Nakasugi
443–449
Seasonal variations in growth rate of phytoplankton in Hakata Bay, Japan
M. Nakashima, I.-C. Lee and T. Kusuda
451–456
Mass balance of a wastewater loaded canal system: case study of Bangkok
P. Banjongproo and B. Wett
457–464
Study on generation of oxygen-depleted water based on stochastically-changing solar radiation intensity
K. Fujita, H. Hasemi, K. Tanaka, I.-C. Lee and T. Kusuda
465–471
Characterization of natural organic matter in a shallow eutrophic lake
P.B. Thapa, F. Nakajima and H. Furumai
473–479
Spatial and dynamic simulation for Miyun Reservoir waters in Beijing
H. Jia and S. Cheng
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 47 Number 1
Asia Environmental Technology 2001 (Proceedings of the first IWA Asia Environmental Technology 2001, held in Singapore, 30 October-1 November 2001)
Contents
1–5
Membrane bioreactors for wastewater treatment and reuse: a success story
R.M. Ben Aim and M.J. Semmens
7–14
Japanese experiences of environmental management
T. Matsuo
15–20
Integrated centralized utility services to a chemical complex on Jurong Island, Singapore
Y.G. Yan, P.C.Y. Wong, C.G. Tan and K.F. Tang
21–27
Findings of the Beijing 2000 IWA chemical industries speciality conference
A.J. Englande, Jr. and X. Bao
29–32
Magnetic separation of iron and heavy metals from water
J.D. Navratil and M.T. Shing Tsair
33–40
A pesticide runoff model for simulating runoff losses of pesticides from agricultural lands
Y.R. Li, G.H. Huang, Y.F. Li, J. Struger and J.D. Fischer
41–48
Coagulation of humic acid by ferric chloride in saline (marine) water conditions
J. Duan, N.J.D. Graham and F. Wilson
49–57
Effect of dissolved oxygen concentration on the biofilm and in situ analysis by fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) and microelectrodes
A. Jang, P.L. Bishop, S. Okabe, S.G. Lee and I.S. Kim
59–64
Wastewater reuse in on-site wastewater treatment: bacteria and virus movement in unsaturated flow through sand filter
B. Sélas, A. Lakel, Y. Andres and P. Le Cloirec
65–70
Effects of salt concentration on floc characteristics and pollutants removal efficiencies in treatment of seafood wastewater by SBR
B.-H. Moon, G.-T. Seo, T.-S. Lee, S.-S. Kim and C.-H. Yoon
71–76
Nitrogen removal using a vertically moving biofilm system
M. Rodgers and D. Burke
77–82
Catalytic ozonation of 2-dichlorophenol by metallic ions
C.-H. Ni, J.-N. Chen and P.-Y. Yang
83–87
Adsorption characteristics of benzene on biosolid adsorbent
C. Hung-Lung, T.-C. Chen, M.-C. Tsai and Y.-L. Chen
89–95
Characteristics of coagulation-flocculation of humic acid with effective performance of polymeric flocculant and inorganic coagulant
J. Yu, D.D. Sun and J.H. Tay
97–104
Nitrifying microbial community analysis of nitrite accumulating biofilm reactor by fluorescence in situ hybridization
D.W. Han, J.S. Chang and D.J. Kim
105–111
A submerged tubular ceramic membrane bioreactor for high strength wastewater treatment
D.D. Sun, J.L. Zeng and J.H. Tay
113–120
Granular activated carbon (GAC) adsorption in tertiary wastewater treatment: experiments and models
D.S. Chaudhary, S. Vigneswaran, V. Jegatheesan, H.H. Ngo, H. Moon, W.G. Shim and S.H. Kim
121–126
Operational factors of submerged inorganic membrane bioreactor for organic wastewater treatment: sludge concentration and aeration rate
E.J. Hwang, D.D. Sun and J.H. Tay
127–132
Evaluation of polyaluminium ferric chloride (PAFC) as a composite coagulant for water and wastewater treatment
B. Gao, Q. Yue and J. Miao
133–138
Non-woven fabric filter separation activated sludge reactor for domestic wastewater reclamation
G.T. Seo, B.H. Moon, T.S. Lee, T.J. Lim and I.S. Kim
139–144
Performance and membrane fouling in a pilot scale SBR process coupled with membrane
H. Shin and S. Kang
145–152
Coagulation of humic-kaolin-pacl aggregates
W.W. Lin, S.S. Sung, D.J. Lee, Y.P. Chen, D.S. Chen and S.F. Lee
153–158
Hydrogen production from wastewater by acidogenic granular sludge
H. Liu and H.H.P. Fang
159–165
Nutrient removal using anaerobically fermented leachate of food waste in the BNR process
C.Y. Lee, H.S. Shin, S.R. Chae, S.Y. Nam and B.C. Paik
167–172
Extraction of Cu and Pb from printed circuit board sludge using ammonia solutions
J.C. Liu and T.-H. Kao
173–178
Manufacturing artificial aggregates from industrial sludge and marine clay with addition of sodium salt
J.H. Tay, S.Y. Hong, K.Y. Show, C.Y. Chien and D.J. Lee
179–184
The reaction mechanism of catalytic oxidation with hydrogen peroxide and ozone in aqueous solution
J.S. Park, H. Choi and K.H. Ahn
185–190
Adsorption of heavy metals from water using banana and orange peels
G. Annadurai, R.S. Juang and D.J. Lee
191–196
Destruction of model organic pollutants in water using ozone, UV and their combination (Part I)
K.C. Teo, C. Yang, R.J. Xie, N.K. Goh and L.S. Chia
197–204
Observations of blanket characteristics in full-scale floc blanket clarifiers
L.C. Chen, S.S. Sung, W.W. Lin, D.J. Lee, C. Huang, R.S. Juang and H.-L. Chang
205–210
Dissolved air flotation clarification of activated sludge and wastewaters from chemical industry
P. Jokela and J. Immonen
211–217
Photocatalytic oxidation technology for humic acid removal using a nano-structured TiO2/Fe2O3 catalyst
S. Qiao, D.D. Sun, J.H. Tay and C. Easton
219–237
Tertiary nitrification in a new dual-medium aerated filter
S. Ishikawa, T. Suzuki, T. Nikata, K. Kakii and T. Shirakashi
229–235
Competitive adsorption for binary mixture of 4-nitrophenol and phenol on RSTA using GAC
S.-M. Lee, B.-J. Choi, D.-H. Kim, I.-Y. Lee and W.-G. Kim
237–244
Nitrate removal by simultaneous sulfur utilizing autotrophic and heterotrophic denitrification under different organics and alkalinity conditions: batch experiments
S.E. Oh, M.S. Bum, Y.B. Yoo, A. Zubair and I.S. Kim
245–250
Features of double chamber bed and case study
W. Tian, X. Wen and Y. Qian
251–256
Bacterial biosorbent for removing and recovering copper from electroplating effluents
W. Lo, H. Chua, M.-F. Wong and P. Yu
257–262
A simplified risk-based approach for process screening in municipal wastewater reclamation and reuse
W.H. Chu, J.Y. Wang and C.M. Kao
263–270
Fouling and cleaning of microfiltration membrane in municipal wastewater reclamation
C.-H. Xing, X.-H. Wen, Y. Qian, D. Sun, P.S. Klose and X.Q. Zhang
271–276
Biological treatment of printing ink wastewater
Y. Zhang, H. Shi and Y. Qian
277–281
Classification of lake sediments using a hydrocyclone
J.H. Park, Y.M. Jo and J.M. Oh
283–290
A culture-independent approach for studying microbial diversity in aerobic granules
S. Yi, J.-H. Tay, A.M. Maszenan and S.T.-L. Tay
291–296
The performance of a two-stage SBR system in treating dye containing wastewater
X.-H. Wen, L.-Y. Fu and Y. Qian
297–302
Setting-up a control simulation strategy for a sequencing batch reactor (SBR): application to municipal wastewater
M. Casellas, C. Dagot, S. Stelmach, M.N. Pons and M. Baudu
303–308
Isolation of naphthalene-degrading bacteria from tropical marine sediments
W.-Q. Zhuang, J.-H. Tay, A.M. Maszenan and S.T.-L. Tay
309–317
A GIS-based modeling system for petroleum waste management
Z. Chen, G.H. Huang and J.B. Li
319–324
A comparative study of anaerobic digestion of food waste in a single pass, a leachate recycle and coupled solid/liquid reactors
H.L. Xu, J.Y. Wang, H. Zhang and J.H. Tay
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 47 Number 2
Automation in Water Quality Monitoring (Proceedings of the first IWA International Conference on Automation in Water Quality Monitoring (AutMoNet2002), held in Vienna, Austria, on 21-22 May 2002)
Contents
1–34
On-line monitoring equipment for wastewater treatment processes: state of the art
P.A. Vanrolleghem and D.S. Lee
35–42
Infrared optical sensors for water quality monitoring
B. Mizaikoff
43–51
Transforming data into information
M.B. Beck and Z. Lin
53–61
Use of real-time data in environmental monitoring: current practices
A. Gunatilaka and J. Dreher
63–71
A multivariate calibration procedure for UV/VIS spectrometric quantification of organic matter and nitrate in wastewater
G. Langergraber, N. Fleischmann and F. Hofstädter
73–78
Influence of changes of the wastewater composition on the applicability of UV-absorption measurements at combined sewer overflows
K. Stumwöhrer, N. Matsché and S. Winkler
79–86
Non-contact measurement of wastewater polluting load - the Loadmon project
S.L. Russell, D.R. Marshallsay, B. MacCraith and M. Devisscher
87–93
Determination of sewer roughness and sediment properties using acoustic techniques
K.V. Horoshenkov, R.M. Ashley and J. Blanksby
95–102
Accounting for sensor calibration, concentration heterogeneity, measurement and sampling uncertainties in monitoring urban drainage systems
J.-L. Bertrand-Krajewski, J.-P. Bardin, M. Mourad and Y. Béranger
103–112
Progress in sensor technology - progress in process control? Part I: Sensor property investigation and classification
L. Rieger, J. Alex, S. Winkler, M. Boehler, M. Thomann and H. Siegrist
113–120
Progress in sensor technology - progress in process control? Part II: results from a simulation benchmark study
J. Alex, L. Rieger, S. Winkler and H. Siegrist
121–126
Online sensing of volatile organic compounds in groundwater using mid-infrared fibre optic evanescent wave spectroscopy: a pilot scale test
H. Steiner, K. Staubmann, R. Allabashi, N. Fleischmann, A. Katzir, Y. Reichlin and B. Mizaikoff
127–134
Microelectrode array sensor for water quality monitoring
J. Gobet, Ph. Rychen, F. Cardot and E. Santoli
135–140
New chalcogenide glass chemical sensors for S2- and dissolved H2S monitoring
M. Miloshova, D. Baltes and E. Bychkov
141–148
An integrated sensor for the monitoring of aerobic and anoxic activated sludge activities in biological nitrogen removal plants
G. Sin, K. Malisse and P.A. Vanrolleghem
149–155
Rapid automated detection of nitrification kinetics using respirometry
G. Langergraber, M. Wuchty, N. Fleischmann and M. Lechner
157–164
Automation in sludge dewatering by novel on-line characterisation of flocculation
M. Sievers, C. Schroeder, H. Bormann, T.I. Onyeche, O. Schlaefer and S. Schaefer
165–170
A software monitor for intermittent bacteria contamination in urban rivers
T. Mietzel, T. Frehmann, W.F. Geiger and W. Schilling
171–179
Multivariate on-line monitoring: challenges and solutions for modern wastewater treatment operation
C. Rosen, J. Röttorp and U. Jeppsson
181–188
Novel monitoring concepts to acquire new water quality knowledge
Th.H.M. Noij and I. Bobeldijk
189–196
Hydrological information system based on on-line monitoring - from strategy to implementation in the Brantas River Basin, East Java, Indonesia
G.W. Marini and H. Weilguni
197–204
Remote water quality monitoring "on-line" using LEO satellites
H. Stadler and P. Skritek
205–211
On-line measurement data of wastewater systems via WAP mobile phones
J. Alex, U. Jumar and M. Schütze
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 47 Number 3
Health-related Water Microbiology 2002 (Selected proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Health-related Water Microbiology, held at the IWA 3rd World Water Congress in Melbourne, Australia, 7-11 April 2002)
Contents
1–6
Drinking water contamination in Walkerton, Ontario: positive resolutions from a tragic event
R. Holme
7–14
A fatal waterborne disease epidemic in Walkerton, Ontario: comparison with other waterborne outbreaks in the developed world
S.E. Hrudey, P. Payment, P.M. Huck, R.W. Gillham and E.J. Hrudey
15–20
The impact of urban discharges on the health-related microbiological quality of untreated surface water: can catchment management solve the problem?
P. Jagals and M. Griesel
21–26
Identification and genetic characterisation of Giardia and Cryptosporidium strains in humans and dairy cattle in the Waikato Region of New Zealand
J.J. Learmonth, G. Ionas, A.B. Pita and R.S. Cowie
27–32
Phenotypic population characteristics of the enterococci in wastewater and animal faeces: implications for the new European directive on the quality of bathing waters
J.L. Wallis and H.D. Taylor
33–38
Elucidation of potential transmission routes of Campylobacter in New Zealand
M. Savill, A. Hudson, M. Devane, N. Garrett, B. Gilpin and A. Ball
39–43
The use of chemical and molecular microbial indicators for faecal source identification
B. Gilpin, T. James, F. Nourozi, D. Saunders, P. Scholes and M. Savill
45–49
Novel bacterial ratio for predicting faecal age
J. Nieman and G.M. Brion
51–57
Microbiological aspects of an urban river used for unrestricted irrigation in the semi-arid region of north-east Brazil
B.S.O. Ceballos, N.E. Soares, M.R. Moraes, R.M.R. Catão and A. Konig
59–64
Scope of potential bacterial agents of diarrhoea and microbial assessment of quality of river water sources in rural Venda communities in South Africa
C.L. Obi, N. Potgieter, P.O. Bessong and G. Matsaung
65–70
Environmental factors influencing the microbiological contamination of commercially harvested shellfish
R.J. Lee and O.C. Morgan
71–75
The use of IL-6 induction as a human biomarker for inflammatory agents in water
E.J. Pool, C. Jagals, J.H. van Wyk and P. Jagals
77–83
Predation of Cryptosporidium oocysts by protozoa and rotifers: implications for water quality and public health
R. Stott, E. May, E. Ramirez and A. Warren
85–90
Comparative reduction of Norwalk virus, poliovirus type 1, F+ RNA coliphage MS2 and Escherichia coli in miniature soil columns
J.S. Meschke and M.D. Sobsey
91–96
Comparative survival of Cryptosporidium, coxsackievirus A9 and Escherichia coli in stream, brackish and sea waters
A.M. Nasser, N. Zaruk, L. Tenenbaum and Y. Netzan
97–101
Recovery of feline calicivirus infectious particles and genome from water: comparison of two concentration techniques
B. Gassilloud, M. Duval, L. Schwartzbrod and C. Gantzer
103–107
PCR as a test for the presence or absence of Legionella in (cooling) water
P. Declerck, L. Verelst, L. Duvivier, A. Van Damme and F. Ollevier
109–116
Detection, enumeration and isolation of strains carrying the stx2 gene from urban sewage
A.R. Blanch, C. García-Aljaro, M. Muniesa and J. Jofre
117–122
Detection of Naegleria spp. and Naegleria fowleri: a comparison of flagellation tests, ELISA and PCR
J. Behets, F. Seghi, P. Declerck, L. Verelst, L. Duvivier, A. Van Damme and F. Ollevier
123–129
Laser scanning detection of FISH-labelled Escherichia coli from water samples
A.-S. Lepeuple, K. Delabre, S. Gilouppe, L. Intertaglia and M.-R. de Roubin
131–136
Laboratory testing protocol to identify critical factors in bacterial compliance monitoring
M. Abbaszadegan, P. Ghatpande, J. Brereton, A. Alum and R. Narasimhan
137–142
A chemiluminescent immunofocus assay (CIFA) for non-microscopic enumeration of Cryptosporidium parvum infectivity in cell culture
O.D. Simmons III and M.D. Sobsey
143–146
A detection method for Legionella spp in (cooling) water: fluorescent in situ hybridisation (FISH) on whole bacteria
P. Declerck, L. Verelst, L. Duvivier, A. Van Damme and F. Ollevier
147–150
Inactivation of Salmonella spp. from secondary and tertiary effluents by UV irradiation
R. Keller, F. Passamani, L. Vaz, S.T. Cassini and R.F. Gonçalves
151–156
Efficiency of autothermal thermophilic aerobic digestion and thermophilic anaerobic digestion of municipal wastewater sludge in removing Salmonella spp. and indicator bacteria
J. Zábranská, M. Dohányos, P. Jeníček, H. Ružičková and A. Vránová
157–162
Removal of microbes from municipal wastewater effluent by rapid sand filtration and subsequent UV irradiation
R.L. Rajala, M. Pulkkanen, M. Pessi and H. Heinonen-Tanski
163–166
Parasite contamination of liquid sludge from urban wastewater treatment plants
J. Schwartzbrod and S. Banas
167–171
Effects of peracetic acid and monochloramine on the inactivation of Naegleria lovaniensis
D. Ercken, L. Verelst, P. Declerck, L. Duvivier, A. Van Damme and F. Ollevier
173–177
Ultrasonic treatment of Cryptosporidium oocysts
M. Ashokkumar, T. Vu, F. Grieser, A. Weerawardena, N. Anderson, N. Pilkington and D.R. Dixon
179–184
Assessing UV reactor performance for treatment of finished water
Z. Bukhari and M. LeChevallier
185–190
Inactivation differences of microorganisms by low pressure UV and pulsed xenon lamps
M. Otaki, A. Okuda, K. Tajima, T. Iwasaki, S. Kinoshita and S. Ohgaki
191–198
Effectiveness of guideline faecal indicator organism values in estimation of exposure risk at recreational coastal sites
D.L. Craig, H.J. Fallowfield and N.J. Cromar
199–204
Factors influencing faecal contamination in coastal marinas
M.D. Sobsey, R. Perdue, M. Overton and J. Fisher
205–210
The role of resuspension in enterococci distribution in water at an urban beach
N.M. Le Fevre and G.D. Lewis
211–213
The significance of sunlight for the elimination of indicator bacteria in small-scale bathing ponds in central Europe
F. Mascher, S. Deller, F.P. Pichler-Semmelrock, S. Roehm and E. Marth
215–220
Water safety plans for small systems: a model for applying HACCP concepts for cost-effective monitoring in developing countries
G. Howard
221–228
Chlorination and safe storage of household drinking water in developing countries to reduce waterborne disease
M.D. Sobsey, T. Handzel and L. Venczel
229–234
Water quality problems associated with intermittent water supply
S. Tokajian and F. Hashwa
235–240
Artificial neural network modelling: a summary of successful applications relative to microbial water quality
G.M. Brion and S. Lingireddy
241–247
Quantitative risk assessment of Cryptosporidium in surface water treatment
G.J. Medema, W. Hoogenboezem, A.J. van der Veer, H.A.M. Ketelaars, W.A.M. Hijnen and P.J. Nobel
249–253
Antibiotic selective pressure for the maintenance of antibiotic resistant genes in coliform bacteria isolated from the aquatic environment
J.C. Park, J.C. Lee, J.Y. Oh, Y.W. Jeong, J.W. Cho, H.S. Joo, W.K. Lee and W.B. Lee
255–259
Evaluation of Bacillus subtilis and coliphage MS2 as indicators of advanced water treatment efficiency
A. Huertas, B. Barbeau, C. Desjardins, A. Galarza, M.A. Figueroa and G. A. Toranzos
261–266
Virological control of groundwater quality using biomolecular tests
A. Carducci, B. Casini, A. Bani, E. Rovini, M. Verani, F. Mazzoni and A. Giuntini
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 47 Number 4
Sewer Processes and Networks (Selected proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Sewer Processes and Networks, held in Paris, France, 15-17 April 2002)
Contents
1–10
The nature and pollutant role of solids at the water-sediment interface in combined sewer networks
G. Chebbo, R. Ashley and M.-C. Gromaire
11–18
In situ observation of the water-sediment interface in combined sewers, using endoscopy
C. Oms, M.-C. Gromaire and G. Chebbo
19–26
Removal of the organic surface layer in combined sewer sediment using a flushing gate
D. Laplace, C. Oms, M. Ahyerre, G. Chebbo, J. Lemasson and L. Felouzis
27–34
Effect of environmental conditions on the erosional resistance of cohesive sediment deposits in sewers
S.J. Tait, A. Marion and G. Camuffo
35–43
Biofilm in combined sewers: wet weather pollution source and/or dry weather pollution indicator?
V. Rocher, S. Azimi, R. Moilleron and G. Chebbo
45–50
Movement mechanisms of gross solids in intermittent flow
K. Littlewood and D. Butler
51–60
Sewer sediment transport studies using an environmentally controlled annular flume
S.J. Tait, R.M. Ashley, R. Verhoeven, F. Clemens and L. Aanen
61–67
Experimental studies of sewer exfiltration
J.B. Ellis, D.M. Revitt, P. Lister, C. Willgress and A. Buckley
69–76
Exfiltration from gravity sewers: a pilot scale study
J. Vollertsen and T. Hvitved-Jacobsen
77–84
Bayesian approach for the calibration of models: application to an urban stormwater pollution model
A. Kanso, M.-C. Gromaire, E. Gaume, B. Tassin and G. Chebbo
85–92
Introducing the emission process of hydrogen sulfide to a sewer process model (WATS)
C. Yongsiri, T. Hvitved-Jacobsen, J. Vollertsen and N. Tanaka
93–100
Modelling in-sewer pollutant degradation processes in the Costa do Estoril sewer system
S. Mourato, J. Matos, M. Almeida and T. Hvitved-Jacobsen
101–108
Interactions within the wastewater system: requirements for sewer processes modelling
J.G. Langeveld, F.H.L.R. Clemens and J.H.J.M. van der Graaf
109–122
Sewer sediment management: some historical aspects of egg-shaped sewers and flushing tanks
J.-L. Bertrand-Krajewski
123–128
Flow velocities and shear stresses during flushing operations in sewer collectors
A. Campisano and C. Modica
129–136
Hydraulics of a sewer flushing gate
J.-L. Bertrand-Krajewski, J.-P. Bardin, C. Gibello and D. Laplace
137–148
The utilisation of engineered invert traps in the management of near bed solids in sewer networks
R.M. Ashley, S.J. Tait, V.R. Stovin, R. Burrows, A. Fraser, A.P. Buxton, D.J. Blackwood, A.J. Saul and J.R. Blanksby
149–156
Dynamic modelling of pollutants from CSOs
F. Schlütter and O. Mark
157–166
Combination of computational techniques - evaluation of CSO efficiency for suspended solids separation
J. Pollert and D. Stránsky
167–174
A method for the numerical assessment of sediment interceptors
M.G. Faram and R. Harwood
175–183
The use of hydrodynamic vortex separators and screening systems to improve water quality
R.Y.G. Andoh and A.J. Saul
185–192
Life cycle analysis and sewer solids
H. Gouda, R.M. Ashley, D. Gilmour and H. Smith
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 47 Number 5
Biofilm Monitoring (Selected proceedings of the IWA International Specialised Conference on Biofilm Monitoring, held in Porto, Portugal, 17-20 March 2002)
Contents
1–8
Role and levels of real-time monitoring for successful anti-fouling strategies - an overview
H.-C. Flemming
9–18
Biofilm monitoring: a perfect solution in search of a problem
Z. Lewandowski and H. Beyenal
19–24
On-line monitoring of biofilm formation in a brewery water pipeline system with a fibre optical device
A. Tamachkiarow and H.-C. Flemming
25–29
Biofilm monitoring by photoacoustic spectroscopy
T. Schmid, U. Panne, C. Haisch and R. Niessner
31–37
Automated biofilm morphology quantification from confocal laser scanning microscopy imaging
J.B. Xavier, D.C. White and J.S. Almeida
39–43
Biofouling assessment using an infrared monitor
P. Tinham and T.R. Bott
45–49
On-line biofilm monitoring by "BIOX" electrochemical probe
A. Mollica and P. Cristiani
51–56
Monitoring biofilm formation by using cyclic voltammetry - effect of the experimental conditions on biofilm removal and activity
M.S. Giao, M.I. Montenegro and M.J. Vieira
57–59
Dynamic response of biofilm to pipe surface and fluid velocity
T.E. Cloete, D. Westaard and S.J. van Vuuren
61–67
A technique using a membrane flow cell to determine average mass transfer coefficients and tortuosity factors in biofilms
L.A. García López, M.C. Veiga, R. Nogueira, A. Aparicio and L.F. Melo
69–76
Monitoring biofilm detachment under dynamic changes in shear stress using laser-based particle size analysis and mass fractionation
Y.C. Choi and E. Morgenroth
77–82
Monitoring cell detachment by surfactants in a parallel plate flow chamber
J. Azeredo, A.P. Pacheco, I. Lopes, R. Oliveira and M.J. Vieira
83–90
Elucidation and control of biofilm formation processes in water treatment and distribution using the unified biofilm approach
D. van der Kooij, J.S. Vrouwenvelder and H.R. Veenendaal
91–97
Monitoring biofilm formation and activity in drinking water distribution networks under oligotrophic conditions
R. Boe-Hansen, A.C. Martiny, E. Arvin and H.-J. Albrechtsen
99–104
Portable pilot plant for evaluating marine biofouling growth and control in heat exchangers-condensers
J.F. Casanueva, J. Sánchez, J.L. García-Morales, T. Casanueva-Robles, J.A. López, J.R. Portela, E. Nebot and D. Sales
105–116
Rapid detection of biofilms and adherent pathogens using scanning confocal laser microscopy and episcopic differential interference contrast microscopy
C.W. Keevil
117–122
Monitoring and characterisation of bacteria in corroding district heating systems using fluorescence in situ hybridisation and microautoradiography
B.V. Kjellerup, B.H. Olesen, J.L. Nielsen, B. Frølund, S. Ødum and P.H. Nielsen
123–128
Simultaneous determination of bacterial viability and identity in biofilms using ethidium monoazide and fluorescent in situ hybridization
J.M. Regan, P.S. Oldenburg, H.-D. Park, G.W. Harrington and D.R. Noguera
129–132
Comparison of detection specificity of nitrifying bacteria in biofilm using fluorescence in situ hybridization and in situ fluorescent antibody methods
N. Noda, Y. Ebie, M. Matsumura, S. Tsuneda, A. Hirata and Y. Inamori
133–138
Monitoring of microbial diversity by fluorescence in situ hybridization and fluorescence spectrometry
V. Ivanov, S.T.-L. Tay and J.-H. Tay
139–142
Three-dimensional distribution of GFP-labeled Pseudomonas putida during biofilm formation on solid PAHs assessed by confocal laser scanning microscopy
A.C. Rodrigues, S. Wuertz, A.G. Brito and L.F. Melo
143–147
Microbial community structure in biofilms and water of a drinking water distribution system determined by lipid biomarkers
M.M. Keinänen, P.J. Martikainen, L.K. Korhonen and M.H. Suutari
149–154
Molecular characterization of bacteria inhabiting a water distribution system simulator
J.W. Santo Domingo, M.C. Meckes, J.M. Simpson, B. Sloss and D.J. Reasoner
155–160
Establishment of a continuous model system to study Helicobacter pylori survival in potable water biofilms
N.F. Azevedo, M. J. Vieira and C.W. Keevil
161–167
Monitoring of biofilm reactors using natural fluorescence fingerprints
G. Wolf, J.S. Almeida, J.G. Crespo and M.A.M. Reis
169–173
Monitoring the active sessile-colonisation of two drinking water distribution systems based on the protein contents in native biofilm samples
J. Menaia, R. Alves, S. Sanches, G. Santos and E. Mesquita
175–179
Extraction of exopolymers from biofilms: the protective effect of glutaraldehyde
J. Azeredo, M. Henriques, S. Sillankorva and R. Oliveira
181–188
Image analysis, methanogenic activity measurements, and molecular biological techniques to monitor granular sludge from an EGSB reactor fed with oleic acid
M.A. Pereira, K. Roest, A.J.M. Stams, A.D.L. Akkermans, A.L. Amaral, M.-N. Pons, E.C. Ferreira, M. Mota and M.M. Alves
189–196
On the dynamics and function of ciliates in sequencing batch biofilm reactors
J. Fried and H. Lemmer
197–200
Influence of operational conditions on biofilm specific activity of an anaerobic fluidized bed reactor
J.L. García-Morales, L.I. Romero and D. Sales
201–204
Respiration rate measurement in a submerged fixed bed reactor
M. Carrión,, A. Asaff and F. Thalasso
205–209
A novel titrimetric method for monitoring toxicity on nitrifying biofilms
P. Artiga, V. Oyanedel, J.M. Garrido and R. Mendez
211–216
Monitoring the influence of toxic compounds on microbial denitrifying biofilm processes
J. Li and P.L. Bishop
217–223
Monitoring the effects of biocide treatment of Pseudomonas fluorescens biofilms formed under different flow regimes
M. Simões, M.O. Pereira and M.J. Vieira
225–231
Adhesion of Escherichia coli, Citrobacter freundii and Klebsiella pneumoniae isolated from milk: consequence on the efficiency of sanitation procedures
C. Faille, F. Fontaine, C. Lelièvre and T. Bénézech
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 47 Number 6
Balancing Competing Water Uses - Present Status and new Prospects (Proceedings of the 12th Stockholm Water Symposium Balancing Competing Water Uses - Present Status and new Prospects, held in Stockholm, Sweden, 12-15 August 2002. Organised by Stockholm International Water Institute))
Contents
ix–xi
Opening speech of the 12th Stockholm Water Symposium
A. Berntell
xiii–xvi
Opening address of the 12th Stockholm Water Symposium
J.O. Karlsson
xvii–xvi
International Freshwater Policy from Bonn to Johannesburg and Beyond
D. Berbalk
xxi–xxv
Balancing priorities: the role of industry in water resource management
L. J. Giuliano
1–4
Summary and conclusions of the 2002 Stockholm Water Symposium
Professor M. Falkenmark
5–7
2002 Stockholm Statement: Urgent action needed for water security: Recommendations from the Stockholm Water Symposia, 1998-2002
11–16
Keynote Address: Balancing competing water uses - a necessity for sustainable development
Dr. K. Töpfer
17–24
Hydrologic dynamics and ecosystem structure
Professor I. Rodríguez-Iturbe
25–32
The role of regulatory agencies in multiple water use
B.P.F. Braga
33–41
Water pricing in England and Wales - institutions and objectives
G. Day
43–51
Stakeholder involvement in water management: necessity or luxury?
K. Morrison
53–62
Water, food and environment: conflict or dialogue?
F. Rijsberman and A. Mohammed
63–75
Ecological economics for water policy and management: a need for major shifts in thinking
P. Söderbaum
77–81
Forward to Johannesburg and hydro-solidarity
R. Kasrils M.P.
83–90
Virtual waterless manufacturing: zero intake, zero emission
A. Sharma
91–96
Beyond the river: the benefits of cooperation on international rivers
D. Grey and C. Sadoff
97–102
Making markets work for clean water
G. Carpenter
105–107
Workshop 1 (synthesis): water as a catalyst for development
P. Holmes and J. Kuylenstierna
109–114
Politics and governance at the interface between water and development
L. Abrams
115–117
Workshop 2 (synthesis): water pollution abatement within the industrial sector
S. Matsui, J. Oatridge and A. Blomqvist
119–128
Micro enterprise initiative in water sector and poverty reduction
T.K. Jose
129–132
Workshop 3 (synthesis): water, poverty alleviation and social programs
A.K. Biswas, A. Shady, J. Lundqvist and K. Takahashi
133–144
Towards poverty alleviation: the water sector perspectives
Q.K. Ahmad
145–148
Water participation for poverty alleviation - the case of Meseta Purépecha, Mexico
M. Escamilla, A. Kurtycz and R. van der Helm
149–151
Workshop 4 (synthesis): criteria for priorities between competing water interests in a catchment
B. Braga and J. Granit
153–159
Alleviating water scarcity in Northern China: balancing options and policies among Chinese decision-makers
F. Lasserre
161–166
The power of the "sanctioned discourse" - a crucial factor in determining water policy
A. Jägerskog
167–169
Workshop 5 (synthesis): stakeholder participation in decision making - institutional forms
K.E. Morrison and P. Söderbaum
171–177
From Rio via The Hague to Johannesburg: the role of multi-stakeholder dialogues
F. Dodds
179–184
Linking stakeholders and decision makers with science in managing the coastal water environment: case studies from urban, industrial and rural subtropical catchments in Australia
Dr R. Fearon
185–187
Workshop 6 (synthesis): water pricing
M. Rouse, U.-B. Fallenius and C. Tortajada
189–191
Workshop 7 (synthesis): integrating the water and energy sectors
C. Hagebro and K. Cederwall
193–200
Dyadic design interface between energy and agriculture: the case of Pinthali micro hydro system in Nepal
A. Regmi
201–203
Workshop 8 (synthesis): urban dynamics, livable cities and water
I. Andersson and H. Tropp
205–210
Towards a typology of water-related conflicts in the urban environment
E. Vlachos
211–213
Summary and conclusions from the SIWI Seminar for Young Water Professionals Water and sustainable development - how to ensure development without compromising sustainability?
A. Johannessen
215–218
Workshop Speakers
219–222
Report from the poster session and list of posters presented
Dr Gunilla Brattberg
223–235
List of participants

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Water Science & Technology
Volume 47 Number 7-8
3rd World Water Congress: Integrated Water Resources Management (Selected Proceedings of the 3rd World Water Congress of the International Water Association, held in Melbourne, Australia, 7-12 April 2002)
Contents
1–9
Evaluating integrated urban water systems alternatives for Brisbane, Australia
G. Mitchell, S. Gray, B. Shipton, R. Woolley, J. Erbacher, G. Egerton and J. McKnoulty
11–18
A conceptual framework for the sustainable management of wastewater in Harare, Zimbabwe
I. Nhapi, H.J. Gijzen and M.A. Siebel
19–23
Integrated urban water planning: big picture planning is good for the wallet and the environment
J. Anderson and R. Iyaduri
25–31
Sustainable water cycle design for urban areas
M. Maher and T. Lustig
33–39
Sustainability concept for a newly built urban area in Malmö, Sweden
C. Gruvberger, H. Aspegren, B. Andersson and J. la Cour Jansen
41–47
Aral Sea and sustainable development
R.M. Usmanova
49–55
Hydraulics of sub-superficial flow constructed wetlands in semi arid climate conditions
E. Ranieri
57–63
Water recycling: a major new initiative for Melbourne - crucial for a sustainable future
M. Arbon and M. Ireland
65–71
Wastewater services for small communities
S. Gray and N. Booker
73–79
Sustainable urban development in Brisbane City - the Holy Grail?
K. Rahman and T. Weber
81–86
Integrated water resources management in the Ruhr River Basin, Germany
H. Bode, P. Evers and D.R. Albrecht
87–94
Integrated water cycle planning for towns in New South Wales, Australia
P. Schneider, A. Davison, A. Langdon, G. Freeman, C. Essery, R. Beatty and P. Toop
95–100
Bacterial source tracking and shellfish contamination in a coastal catchment
P.M. Geary and C.M. Davies
101–108
Climate change and reliability of urban water supply
S. Maheepala and C. Perera
109–116
Integrated environmental assessment of tertiary and residuals treatment - LCA in the wastewater industry
P. Beavis and S. Lundie
117–124
The effects of humic substances on the intake of micro-organic pollutants into the aquatic biota
J. Matsubara, J. Takahashi, K. Ikeda, Y. Shimizu and S. Matsui
125–131
Periphyton collectors as a tool to measure environmental performance of ocean outlets
S. Lemmens
133–139
Ordination and classification of macroinvertebrates and environmental data of a stream in Turkey
S. Girgin, N. Kazanci and M. Dügel
141–147
River basin management, described for the example of the Emschergenossenschaft
H.-C. Baumgart, F. Sperling and J. Stemplewski
149–155
Management strategies for a eutrophic water supply reservoir - San Roque, Argentina
J.P. Antenucci, R. Alexander, J.R. Romero and J. Imberger
157–163
Use of active barriers to reduce eutrophication problems in urban lakes
B. Hart, S. Roberts, R. James, J. Taylor, D. Donnert and R. Furrer
165–168
Potential impacts of global warming on water resources in southern California
M. Beuhler
169–176
Wastewater quality improvement through storage: a case study in Sicily
S. Barbagallo, G. Luigi Cirelli, S. Consoli and F. Somma
177–181
Baseline hydraulic performance of the Heathrow constructed wetlands subsurface flow system
K.M. Richter, J.R. Margetts, A.J. Saul, I. Guymer and P. Worrall
183–189
Buffer distances for on-site sewage systems in Sydney's drinking water catchments
K. Charles, D. Roser, N. Ashbolt, D. Deere and R. McGuinness
191–199
An integrated water resources management approach for the River Spree and its catchment
F. Schlaeger, H. Schonlau and J. Köngeter
201–207
Dryland salinity in Western Australia: managing a changing water cycle
R.J. Taylor and G. Hoxley
209–216
Water quality management in the Kaoping River watershed, Taiwan
C.-M. Kao, K.-F. Chen, Y.-L. Liao and C.-W. Chen
217–225
The Three Rivers Project - water quality monitoring and management systems in the Boyne, Liffey and Suir Catchments in Ireland
J.R. Earle
227–232
Evaluation of factors influencing diffusion of pollutant loads in urban highway runoff
M. Shinya, K. Tsuruho, T. Konishi and M. Ishikawa
233–241
Assessment of sediment toxicity by metal speciation in different particle-size fractions of river sediment
J.G. Lin, S.Y. Chen and C.R. Su
243–250
Effect of non-aqueous phase liquid on biodegradation of PAHs in spilled oil on tidal flat
T. Kose, A. Miyagishi, T. Mukai, K. Takimoto and M. Okada
251–257
Emissions of heavy metals into river basins of Germany
U. Scherer, S. Fuchs, H. Behrendt and T. Hillenbrand
259–265
Pollution potential of oil-contaminated soil on groundwater resources in Kuwait
P. Literathy, M. Quinn and M. Al-Rashed
267–273
The PPL filtration treatment for highway runoff
S. Kimura, S. Matsui, Y. Simuzu, B.-C. Lee and M. Shinya
275–282
Agricultural land use and N losses to water: the case study of a fluvial park in Northern Italy
F. Morari, E. Lugato and M. Borin
283–289
Determination of faecal pollutants in Torrens and Patawalonga catchment waters in South Australia using faecal sterols
I. Suprihatin, H. Fallowfield, R. Bentham and N. Cromar
291–298
Accounting for water quality effects of future urbanization: diffuse pollution loads estimates and control in Mantua's Lakes (Italy)
A.G. Capodaglio, A. Muraca and G. Becchi
299–304
Effects of seasonal variation in precipitation on estimation of non-point source pollution
Y.-C. Lin and J.-J. Kao
305–310
Strategic management of non-point source pollution from sewage sludge
S. Burke, L. Heathwaite, P. Quinn, S. Merrett, P. Whitehead, N. Preedy, D. Lerner and A. Saul
311–317
A comparative analysis: storm water pollution policy in California, USA and Victoria, Australia
X. Swamikannu, D. Radulescu, R. Young and R. Allison
319–325
Estimation of urban runoff and water quality using remote sensing and artificial intelligence
S.R. Ha, S.Y. Park and D.H. Park
327–334
Field monitoring and evaluation of innovative solutions for cleaning storm water runoff
S. Papiri, C. Ciaponi, A. Capodaglio, C. Collivignarelli, G. Bertanza, F. Swartling, M. Crow, M. Fantozzi and P. Valcher
335–341
The vortex concentrator for suspended solids treatment
J. Lee, K. Bang, J. Choi, L.H. Ketchum Jr. and Y. Cho
343–350
Changes in water quality parameters due to in-sewer processes
J. Boxall, W. Shepherd, I. Guymer and K. Fox
351–356
Research of the flow procedures in a pressure sewer system
C. Dohse and H. Eckstädt
357–363
Prevention of odour emergence in sewage networks
M. Barjenbruch
365–370
Real time control of a combined sewer system using radar-measured precipitation - results of the pilot study
A. Petruck, E. Holtmeier, A. Redder and B. Teichgräber
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 47 Number 9
3rd World Water Congress: Environmental Contaminants (Selected Proceedings of the 3rd World Water Congress of the International Water Association, held in Melbourne, Australia, 7-12 April 2002)
Contents
1–7
Groundwater pollution risk assessment methodology
L. Lytton, S. Howe, R. Sage and P. Greenaway
9–14
Numerical modelling of the petroleum oil penetration into sandy beach sediments
M. Sagehashi, A. Miyagishi, T. Kose, W. Nishijima and M. Okada
15–23
Integrated water quality management for drinking water of good quality
C. Isaji
25–30
Challenges, benefits and pitfalls of the independent laboratory process
K. Power and C. Nicholson
31–36
Drinking water quality management: a holistic approach
S. Rizak, D. Cunliffe, M. Sinclair, R. Vulcano, J. Howard, S. Hrudey and P. Callan
37–43
Investigation of potential surrogate organisms and public health risk in UV irradiated secondary effluent
D. Simpson, J. Jacangelo, P. Loughran and C. McIlroy
45–49
Control of Cryptosporidium with wastewater treatment to prevent its proliferation in the water cycle
M. Suwa and Y. Suzuki
51–57
The effect of chlorination of estrogenic chemicals on the level of serum vitellogenin of Japanese Medaka (oryzias latipes)
A. Tabata, N. Miyamoto, Y. Ohnishi, M. Itoh, T. Yamada, T. Kamei and Y. Magara
59–64
Sequential sorption and desorption of chlorinated phenols in organoclays
J.-H. Kim, W.S. Shin, Y.-H. Kim, S.J. Choi, Y.W. Jeon and D.-I. Song
65–70
Effects of environmental endocrine disruptors on the sex differentiation in Korean rockfish, Sebastes schlegeli
W.-K. Lee, K.-W. Lee, E.-J. Kwak, S.-W. Yang, K.-S. Yang, J.-C. Park, H.-S. Joo, W.-J. Lee and W.-B. Lee
71–76
Evaluating bioaccumulation of suspected endocrine disruptors into periphytons and benthos in the Tama River
A. Takahashi, T. Higashitani, Y. Yakou, M. Saitou, H. Tamamoto and H. Tanaka
77–84
The fate of estrogenic compounds in the aquatic environment: sorption onto organic colloids
H. Yamamoto and H.M. Liljestrand
85–92
A set of marine microalgae bioassays for the evaluation of biological water quality in enclosure areas in south of Spain
M.C. Garrido-Pérez, A. Acevedo-Merino, E. Nebot-Sanz and D. Sales-Márquez
93–100
Study of estrogenic effects on carp (Cyprinus carpio) exposed to sewage treatment plant effluents
T. Higashitani, H. Tamamoto, A. Takahashi and H. Tanaka
101–107
Correlations of extractable heavy metals with organic matters in contaminated river sediments
L.-J. Tsai, S.-T. Ho and K.-C. Yu
109–116
The behavior of estrogenic substances in the biological treatment process of sewage
K. Onda, Y. Nakamura, C. Takatoh, A. Miya and Y. Katsu
117–121
Adhesion and releasing of Poliovirus to activated sludge of wastewater purifying plants
M. Nakajima, K. Uwatoko, K. Kobayashi, I.-J. Pan, N. Iwabuchi and M. Sunairi
123–128
Biodegradation of MTBE and BTEX in an aerobic fluidized bed reactor
A. Pruden, M. Sedran, M. Suidan and A. Venosa
129–135
Biodegradation of the energetic compound TNT through a multiple-stage treatment approach
J. Davel, M.T. Suidan and N. Adrian
137–142
Heterogeneous ultrasonic destruction of aqueous organic contaminants
R.P.S. Suri and A. Kamrajapuram
143–150
Evaluation of two types of polyurethane for the immobilisation of Rhizopus oryzae for copper uptake
M.S. Alhakawati, C.J. Banks and D. Smallman
151–156
Removal of endocrine disruptors by tertiary treatments and constructed wetlands in subtropical Australia
H. Chapman
157–164
Kinetics of biodegradation during remediation of consecutive accidental spills of chlorophenols in a sandy aquifer
B. Antizar-Ladislao and N.I. Galil
165–171
Chemical destruction of MTBE using Fenton's Reagent: effect of ferrous iron/hydrogen peroxide ratio
A. Burbano, D. Dionysiou, M. Suidan and T. Richardson
173–178
Electrochemical pilot scale study for reduction of 2,4-DNT
R. Doppalapudi, D. Palaniswamy, G. Sorial and S. Maloney
179–184
Combined Fenton-MF process increases acrylonitrile removal
C.-Y. Chang, C.-C. Wang, D.-J. Chang and J.-S. Chang
185–192
Inactivation of E. coli and helminth eggs in aerobic and anaerobic effluents using UV radiation
C.A. de Lemos Chernicharo, J.C. de Castro Silva, A.M. Zerbini and V.M. Godinho
193–198
Removal of enteric viruses and selected microbial indicators by UV irradiation of secondary effluent
J.G. Jacangelo, P. Loughran, B. Petrik, D. Simpson and C. McIlroy
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 47 Number 10
3rd World Water Congress: Industrial Wastewater Treatment (Selected Proceedings of the 3rd World Water Congress of the International Water Association, held in Melbourne, Australia, 7-12 April 2002)
Contents
1–7
Developing risk-based screening guidelines for dioxin management at a Melbourne sewage treatment plant
J. Gorman, K. Mival, J. Wright and M. Howell
9–16
Innovative developments in the selective removal and reuse of heavy metals from wastewaters
A.H.M. Veeken and W.H. Rulkens
17–24
Innovative reactor technology for selective oxidation of toxic organic pollutants in wastewater by ozone
M.A. Boncz, H. Bruning and W.H. Rulkens
25–32
Wastewater treatment from a motor-oil reforming company using a sequencing batch reactor (SBR)
P. Drillia, M. Kornaros and G. Lyberatos
33–39
Feasibility study to upgrade a textile wastewater treatment plant by a hollow fibre membrane bioreactor for effluent reuse
F. Malpei, L. Bonomo and A. Rozzi
41–47
Treatment of phenolic wastewater using agricultural wastes as an adsorbent in a sequencing batch reactor
K.-M. Lee and P.-E. Lim
49–54
Development of seaweed biomass as a biosorbent for metal ions
T.C. Lau, P.O. Ang and P.K. Wong
55–59
Anaerobic treatment of textile dyeing wastewater
S.R. Stern, L. Szpyrkowicz and I. Rodighiero
61–69
The role of organic matter lost in kraft pulping material balances
A. Luonsi, S. Lento, S. Halttunen and K. Ala-Kaila
71–77
Optimum physical-chemical pre-treatment of copper damascene wastewater
E. Smith, M. Bayan and M. Daniels
79–84
Degradation of halogenated aliphatic compounds utilizing sequential anaerobic/aerobic treatments
T. McCue, S. Hoxworth and A.A. Randall
85–92
Degradation of trace contaminants using coupled sonochemistry and Fenton's reagent
Y. Jiang and T.D. Waite
93–99
Enhancing oxidation of TNT and RDX in wastewater: pre-treatment with elemental iron
S.-Y. Oh, D.K. Cha, P.C. Chiu and B.J. Kim
101–108
Biological nutrient removal from meat processing wastewater using a sequencing batch reactor
N. Thayalakumaran, R. Bhamidimarri and P.O. Bickers
109–115
Functional metal-binding proteins by metal-stimulated bacteria for the development of an innovative metal removal technology
T. Antsuki, D. Sano and T. Omura
117–122
Bisphenol A emission factors from industrial sources and elimination rates in a sewage treatment plant
M. Fuerhacker
123–130
Biodegradation of aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons at high temperatures
H. Feitkenhauer and H. Märkl
131–138
Gas analysis reveals novel aerobic deammonification in thermophilic aerobic digestion
Y.-S. Yi, S. Kim, S. An, S.I. Choi, E. Choi and Z. Yun
139–146
Inhibitory effects of long-chain fatty acids on VFA degradation and b-oxidation
H.-S. Shin, S.-H. Kim, C.-Y. Lee and S.-Y. Nam
147–153
Application of piggery waste to nightsoil plant towards sustainable development
Y. Eum, S.-W. Oa and E. Choi
155–162
Process water treatment at the Ranger uranium mine, Northern Australia
H. Topp, H. Russell, J. Davidson, D. Jones, V. Levy, M. Gilderdale, G. Davis, R. Ring, G. Conway, P. Macintosh and L. Sertorio
163–168
Bleaching of bagasse pulp with enzyme pre-treatment
B. Sudha, H. Veeramani and S. Sumathi
169–174
Color removal ability of a streptomycin resistant decolorizing strain Rhodococcus erythropolis (ATCC 4277.1)
T.-L. Hu
175–181
Automated sequencing batch bioreactor under extreme peaks of 4-chlorophenol
G. Buitrón, M.-E. Schoeb and J. Moreno
183–188
Recovery of acetic acid from waste streams by extractive distillation
H. Demiral and M. Ercengiz Yildirim
189–196
Removal of metals from aqueous solutions using natural chitinous materials
I.B. Rae and S.W. Gibb
197–204
Hazard identification of pharmaceutical wastewaters using biodegradability studies
A. Žgajnar Gotvajn and J. Zagorc-Konan
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 47 Number 11
3rd World Water Congress: Biological Treatment Processes (Selected Proceedings of the 3rd World Water Congress of the International Water Association, held in Melbourne, Australia, 7-12 April 2002)
Contents
1–8
The competition between PAOs (phosphorus accumulating organisms) and GAOs (glycogen accumulating organisms) in EBPR (enhanced biological phosphorus removal) systems at different temperatures and the effects on system performance
U.G. Erdal, Z.K. Erdal and C.W. Randall
9–15
Evaluation of influent prefermentation as a unit process upon biological nutrient removal
T. McCue, R. Shah, I. Vassiliev, Y.-H. Liu, F.G. Eremektar, Y. Chen and A. A. Randall
17–22
Anoxic phosphorus removal by denitrifying heterotrophic bacteria
N. Lacko, G.D. Drysdale and F. Bux
23–29
Quantitative estimation of the role of denitrifying phosphate accumulating organisms in nutrient removal
T. Shoji, H. Satoh and T. Mino
31–36
The ScanDeNi(r) process could turn an existing under-performing activated sludge plant into an asset
B. Rosén and C. Huijbregsen
37–43
The effect of GAOs (glycogen accumulating organisms) on anaerobic carbon requirements in full-scale Australian EBPR (enhanced biological phosphorus removal) plants
A.M. Saunders, A. Oehmen, L.L. Blackall, Z. Yuan and J. Keller
45–51
Nitrification of high strength ammonia wastewater and nitrite accumulation characteristics
D.J. Kim, J.S. Chang, D.I. Lee, D.W. Han, I.K. Yoo and G.C. Cha
53–59
Enhanced nitrogen removal in SBRs bypassing nitrate generation accomplished by multiple aerobic/anoxic phase pairs
A.N. Katsogiannis, M. Kornaros and G. Lyberatos
61–68
Induction of denitrification in a pilot-scale trickling filter by adding nitrate at high loading rate
H. Vanhooren, D. De Pauw and P.A. Vanrolleghem
69–76
Fuzzy-control for improved nitrogen removal and energy saving in WWT-plants with pre-denitrification
U. Meyer and H. J. Pöpel
77–84
Use of pH as fuzzy control parameter for nitrification under different alkalinity in SBR process
Y.-Z. Peng, J.-F. Gao, S.-Y. Wang and M.-H. Sui
85–92
Nitrification preservation in activated sludge during curative bulking chlorination
E. Cotteux and P. Duchene
93–99
Partial nitrification in a high-load activated sludge system by biofilter backwash water recirculation
Z. Melicz
101–107
Nutrient removal from wastewaters using high performance materials
I.D.R. Mackinnon, K. Barr, E. Miller, S. Hunter and T. Pinel
109–114
Controlling nitrogen removal using redox and ammonium sensors
D. Cecil
115–122
Design of nutrient removal activated sludge systems
J. Manga, J. Ferrer, A. Seco and F. Garcia-Usach
123–128
A thermal adaptation of bacteria to cold temperatures in an enhanced biological phosphorus removal system
U.G. Erdal, Z.K. Erdal and C.W. Randall
129–136
Nitrification in biofilters under variable load and low temperature
J.-P. Canler, J.-M. Perret, F. Lengrand and A. Iwema
137–144
Adaptive control of the nitrate level in an activated sludge process
M. Ekman, P. Samuelsson and B. Carlsson
145–151
Fenton's reagent and coagulation-flocculation as pretreatments of combined wastewater for reuse
A. Durán Moreno, E. González Lorenzo, C. Durán De Bazúa, J. Malpica De La Torre and R.M. Ramírez Zamora
153–156
Nitrification and denitrification using a single biofilter packed with granular sulfur
J.-S. Kim, Y.-W. Hwang, C.-G. Kim and J.-H. Bae
157–163
Phased upgrading for nitrogen removal - a low cost approach
D. Solley and M. Armstrong
165–172
Molecular biological methods (DGGE) as a tool to investigate nitrification inhibition in wastewater treatment
N. Kreuzinger, A. Farnleitner, G. Wandl, R. Hornek and R. Mach
173–180
Pre-nitrification by encapsulated nitrifiers - a possibility for self-sufficient energy operation of domestic WWTPs
M. Sievers, K.D. Vorlop, J. Hahne, M. Schlieker and S. Schäfer
181–188
Nitrogen removal in industrial wastewater by nitration and denitration - 3 years of experience
P. Degn Pedersen, K. Jensen, P. Lyngsie and N. Henrik Johansen
189–194
Development of a two-stage flexible fibre biofilm reactor for treatment of food processing wastewater
Q.J. Yu, H. Xu, D. Yao and P. Williams
195–202
Bacteria reduction and nutrient removal in small wastewater treatment plants by an algal biofilm
G. Schumacher, T. Blume and I. Sekoulov
203–209
The effect of low sludge age on wastewater fractionation (SS, SI)
S. Haider, K. Svardal, P.A. Vanrolleghem and H. Kroiss
211–218
Efficiency of the Activated Sludge Model no. 3 for German wastewater on six different WWTPs
M. Wichern, M. Lübken, R. Blömer and K.-H. Rosenwinkel
219–225
Modification of Activated Sludge Model no. 3 considering direct growth on primary substrate
Ö Karahan-Gül, M.C.M. van Loosdrecht and D. Orhon
227–233
Polyhydroxyalkanoate form and polyphosphate regulation: keys to biological phosphorus and glycogen transformations?
A.A. Randall, Y. Chen, Y.-H. Liu and T. McCue
235–240
The effect of organic loading rate on the aerobic granulation: the development of shear force theory
J.-H. Tay, S. Pan, S.T.L. Tay, V. Ivanov and Y. Liu
241–250
Elevated precursor 16S rRNA levels suggest the presence of growth inhibitors in wastewater
P.G. Stroot and D.B. Oerther
251–257
Modelling the effect of shear history on activated sludge flocculation
C. Biggs, P. Lant and M. Hounslow
259–265
Improving titrimetric techniques by modelling pH change in activated sludge systems
S. Pratt, Z. Yuan and J. Keller
267–273
Structure-function dynamics and modeling analysis of the micro-environment of activated sludge floc
B. Li and P. Bishop
275–280
Dimensional analysis for establishing the testing criteria of kinetic study with respirometry
Y.-S. Wu, C.-F. Chiang and C.-J. Lu
281–288
Effect of nitrite and nitrate on biogenic sulfide production in sewer biofilms determined by the use of microelectrodes
S. Okabe, T. Ito, H. Satoh and Y. Watanabe
289–295
Non-filamentous sludge bulking caused by a deficiency of nitrogen in industrial wastewater treatment
Y. Peng, C. Gao, S. Wang, M. Ozaki and A. Takigawa
297–303
Oxygen transfer into activated sludge with high MLSS concentrations
J. Krampe and K. Krauth
305–312
Optimum aerobic volume control based on continuous in-line oxygen uptake monitoring
K. Svardal, S. Lindtner and S. Winkler
313–319
Investigation of oxygen transfer rates in full scale membrane bioreactors
P. Cornel, M. Wagner and S. Krause
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 47 Number 12
3rd World Water Congress: Wastewater Treatment Plants (Selected Proceedings of the 3rd World Water Congress of the International Water Association, held in Melbourne, Australia, 7-12 April 2002)
Contents
1–7
Upgrading the Sjölunda WWTP according to a novel process concept
N. Hanner, H. Aspegren, U. Nyberg and B. Andersson
9–18
Linking floc structure and settling properties to activated sludge population dynamics in an SBR
R. Govoreanu, D. Seghers, I. Nopens, B. De Clercq, H. Saveyn, C. Capalozza, P. Van der Meeren, W. Verstraete, E. Top and P.A. Vanrolleghem
19–26
Feedforward-feedback control of an activated sludge process: a simulation study
D. Vreko, N. Hvala and B. Carlsson
27–33
Theoretical and practical results of the optimisation of Hamburg's WWTPs with dynamic simulation
G. Ladiges and C. Günner
35–42
Application of information technology to decision support in treatment plant operation
G. Olsson, B. Newell, C. Rosen and P. Ingildsen
43–48
Greenhouse gas production in wastewater treatment: process selection is the major factor
J. Keller and K. Hartley
49–56
New monitoring technique with an ICA algorithm in the wastewater treatment process
J.-M. Lee, C.-K. Yoo and I.B. Lee
57–63
An intelligent controller for automated operation of sequencing batch reactors
A. Cohen, D. Hegg, M. de Michele, Q. Song and N. Kasabov
65–71
Integral and unified model for the sewer and wastewater treatment plant focusing on transformations
J.L. Huisman, P. Krebs and W. Gujer
73–80
Performance and microbial dynamics in the coarse pore filtration activated sludge process at different SRTs (solids retention times)
M.R. Alavi Moghaddam, Y. Guan, H. Satoh and T. Mino
81–88
Coarse media filtration - an alternative to settling in wastewater treatment
H. Ødegaard, Z. Liao and A.T. Hansen
89–94
A high rate clarifier for load levelling in sewerage systems
R.A. Jago, A. Davey and H. Li
95–103
Relationship between flocculation of activated sludge and composition of extracellular polymeric substances
B.-M. Wilén, B. Jin and P. Lant
105–112
A new one-dimensional clarifier model - verification using full-scale experimental data
J. De Clercq, M. Devisscher, I. Boonen, P.A. Vanrolleghem and J. Defrancq
113–118
The evaluation of a density current experiment as a verification tool of a secondary clarifier model
J. Kim, S. Kim and J. Yoon
119–124
Elimination costs for different wastewater compounds
A. Schulz, F. Obenaus, B. Egerland and E. Reicherter
125–132
Benchmarks for the energy demand of nutrient removal plants
O. Nowak
133–139
Cost effective and advanced phosphorus removal in membrane bioreactors for a decentralised wastewater technology
R. Gnirss, B. Lesjean, C. Adam and H. Buisson
141–148
Optimisation of Noosa BNR plant to improve performance and reduce operating costs
M. Thomas, P. Wright, L. Blackall, V. Urbain and J. Keller
149–154
Domestic wastewater treatment by a submerged MBR (membrane bio-reactor) with enhanced air sparging
I.-S. Chang and S.J. Judd
155–161
Comparison of the performance of MBBR and SBR systems for the treatment of anaerobic reactor biowaste effluent
I. Comett-Ambriz, S. Gonzalez-Martinez and P. Wilderer
163–168
Removal of MS2 bacteriophage using membrane technologies
J.Y. Hu, S.L. Ong, L.F. Song, Y.Y. Feng, W.T. Liu, T.W. Tan, L.Y. Lee and W.J. Ng
169–176
Comparison of different oxygen transfer testing procedures in full-scale membrane bioreactors
S. Krause, P. Cornel and M. Wagner
177–181
Modification of ASM No.1 for a submerged membrane bioreactor system: including the effects of soluble microbial products on membrane fouling
J. Cho, K.-H. Ahn, Y. Seo and Y. Lee
183–189
Use of ORP (oxidation-reduction potential) to control oxygen dosing for online sulfide oxidation in anaerobic treatment of high sulfate wastewater
S.K. Khanal, C. Shang and J.-C. Huang
191–198
Investigation of membrane processes for the removal of volatile fatty acids
S. Barnes, R. Dalhoff, J. Keller, P. Wilderer and L. Kendall
199–206
Industrial applications of the IWA anaerobic digestion model No. 1 (ADM1)
D.J. Batstone and J. Keller
207–214
Anaerobic digestion of excess activated sludge with ozone pretreatment
R. Goel, T. Tokutomi and H. Yasui
215–222
Accelerated landfill waste decomposition by external leachate recirculation from an old landfill cell
A. Suna Erses and T.T. Onay
223–230
Anaerobic hydrolysis of a municipal wastewater in a pilot-scale digester
J.A. Álvarez, C.A. Zapico, M. Gómez, J. Presas and M. Soto
231–238
Anaerobic degradation of organic materials - significance of the substrate surface area
L.M. Palmowski and J.A. Müller
239–246
Anaerobic hydrolysis of primary sludge: influence of sludge concentration and temperature
N. Ferreiro and M. Soto
247–254
A cost-effective method for detoxification of sludge containing lead
K. Banerjee and C.D. Blumenschein
255–260
Effect of floc size and structure on biosolids capillary suction time
J. Guan, R. Amal and T.D. Waite
261–267
High-performance closed loop anaerobic digestion using pre/post sludge ozonation
R. Goel, H. Yasui and C. Shibayama
269–275
The Store and Treat process for sludge liquor management
F. Laurich and C. Günner
277–283
Strategies for waste management in small and medium towns of developing countries: a case study of India
M. Sundaravadivel and S. Vigneswaran
285–292
Treatment of slaughterhouse wastewater using an activated sludge/contact aeration process
C.-K. Chen and S.-L. Lo
293–300
Impact of net pen aquaculture on lake water quality
J. Veenstra, S. Nolen, J. Carroll and C. Ruiz
301–304
Issues of environmental compliance in developing countries
S. Singh and S. Rajamani
305–312
Water and wastewater related issues in Sri Lanka
N.J.G.J. Bandara
313–317
The influence of experimental conditions on the assessment of the toxicity of 2,4-dichlorophenol to the anaerobic bacteria of landfilled refuse (Erratum: Water Science and Technology 45(10) 61-63)
N. Nitayapat and I.A. Watson-Craik
319–320
Introducing the emission process of hydrogen sulfide to a sewer process model (WATS) (Erratum: Water Science and Technology 47(4) 85-92)
C. Yongsiri, T. Hvitved-Jacobsen, J. Vollertsen and N. Tanaka
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