Sewer as a Physical, Chemical and Biological Reactor: Selected Proceedings of the International Specialised Conference on the Sewer as a Physical, Chemical and Biological Reactor, Held in Aalborg, Denmark, 16-18 May 1994
Section headings and selected papers: Preface. Integrated Approaches -Modelling. Modelling of water quality processes and the interaction of sediments and pollutants in sewers (H. Garsdal et al.). Solutes and Sediment Transport - Field Measurement. Origin, resuspension and settling characteristics of solids transported in combined sewage (S. Michelbach). Sediment Transport - Modelling. Principles and approaches for numerical modelling of sediment transport in sewers (O. Mark et al.). Air-Water Mass Transfer. Aromatic VOC emissions from a municipal sewer interceptor (R.L. Corsi et al.). Processes in Wastewater and Biofilm. Influence of oxygen on biofilm growth and potential sulfate reduction in gravity sewer biofilm (N.H. Norsker et al.). Experimental procedures characterizing transformations of wastewater organic matter in the Emscher River, Germany (H. Løkkegaard Bjerre et al.). Prediction of Sulfide Formation. The control of septicity and odours in sewerage systems and at sewage treatment works operated by Anglian Water Services Limited (D.C.W. Sercombe). Fate of Specific Pollutants. The fate of detergent surfactants in sewer systems (E. Matthijs et al.). Keyword index.
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