bacteria in water Books

  • Quantitative Methods to Assess Capacity of Water Treatment to Eliminate Micro-Organisms

    Special Offer: KWR Drinking Water Treatment Set - Buy all five books together and save a total £119! Ever since the recognition of the important role of water in the transmission of pathogenic micro-organisms in the 19th century, microbiological safety of drinking water has been a major research issue for microbiologists in the drinking water ...

  • Fatigue of Filamentary Composite Materials

    A current worldwide review on traditional indicators used in water quality assessment. 25 papers cover automated monitoring techniques, classifications of environmental enteric strains, r-factors and salmonellae, use of bacteria in evaluation of water quality and ...

  • Science and Technology of Industrial Water Treatment

    Featuring the contributions of industrial and academic experts, this volume discusses the fundamental and practical aspects of industrial water treatment. After an overview of water chemistry and the characteristics of mineral scales, the book addresses the formation and control of different scales in various systems. It covers membrane-based ...

  • New Methods for Corrosion Testing of Aluminum Alloys

    13 papers were presented at the International Symposium on Corrosion Testing Of Aluminum Alloys. This symposium was an outcome of a workshop on exfoliation corrosion, which was organized to discuss the usefulness of various current standards on exfoliation and corrosion testing and their applicability to current requirements and new advanced ...

  • Limnology of Mountain Lakes

    This volume contains papers presented either in oral or poster form at the international symposium 'Limnology of Mountain Lakes', held at Stará Lesná (Slovakia) between 1 and 7 July 1991. Several papers covered contributions from the fields of physical and chemical limnology, palaeolimnology, zooplankton, phytoplankton and phytobenthos, and ...

  • Ocean Waves Breaking and Marine Aerosol Fluxes

    The energy flow from the atmosphere to the ocean generates an aerodynamically rough ocean surface. If the energy flow is sufficiently strong, in some points of the surface, waves loose their stability and eventually break in the form of whitecaps of various scales. The turbulence associated with the breakers produce the aerosols in the form of jet ...

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