Riverbank Filtration: Understanding Contaminant Biogeochemistry and Pathogen Removal / Edition 1by C. Ray
Pub. Date: 11/30/2002
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Thirteen papers from the September 2001 NATO workshop are presented by Ray (civil and environmental engineering, U. of Hawaii at Manoa). Scientists from academia, research stations, and water utilities convened in order to explore the role of hydrogeological and well construction factors in the development of redox zones at bank filtration sites, their impacts on contaminant removal, mechanisms of pathogen removal, and the status of riverbank filtration processes in a number of countries. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Table of Contents
Effect of Biogeochemical, Hydrogeological, and Well Construction Factors on Riverbank Filtrate Quality; C. Ray.
Hydrogeological Issues of Riverbank Filtration - A Review; E. Hoehn.
Organic Matter as the Driving Force in the Solubilization of Fe and Mn During Riverbank Filtration; A.C.M. Bourg, et al.
Virus Removal by Soil Passage at Field Scale and Groundwater Protection; J.F. Schijven.
Removal of Cryptosporidium Using Bank Filtration; P. Berger.
Elimination of Microcystins by Slow Sand Filtration at the UBA Experimental Field; H. Bartel, G. Grützmacher.
Experiences on the Fate of Organic Micropollutants During Riverbank Filtration; F. Sacher, H.-J. Brauch.
Public Health Aspects of Riverbank Filtration; R.A. Deininger, et al.
Groundwater Quality Processes After Bank Infiltration From the Danube at Cunovo; I. Mucha, et al.
Use of Bank Filtration in Hungary; Z. Homonnay.
Laboratory and Field Studies of Pollutant Removal; F. Laszlo, P. Literathy. Riverbank Filtration in Water Supply in Romania - Old Solutions, New Problems; V. Rojanschi, et al.
Conclusions and Recommendations of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop: Contaminant Biogeochemistry and Pathogen Removal Efficiency; C. Ray.
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