Biomonitoring of Water and Waste Water

Biomonitoring of Water and Waste Water

by Anju Agrawal, Krishna Gopal


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ISBN-13: 9788132208631
Publisher: Springer India
Publication date: 02/06/2013
Edition description: 2013
Pages: 166
Product dimensions: 7.01(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.02(d)

About the Author

Dr Anju Agrawal did her Doctor of Philosophy from Lucknow University, Lucknow, in the year 1986 but her work was carried in Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow. Presently she is working as Associate Professor in S N Sen B V P G College, Kanpur which is associated to Chattrapati Sahuji Maharaj University, Kanpur. She has 13 books to her credit and 10 book chapters. Her current area of research is amoebias, malariology and toxicology.

Dr. Krishna Gopal, Senior Principal Scientist, Aquatic Toxicology Division, Indian Institute of Toxicology Research, Lucknow, is a distinguished Toxicologist. During his long research journey, he has developed expertise on standardization of modern techniques to assess the severity and mechanism of toxicity and physiological consequences viz. neurobehavioral, neurotransmitters and series of hormone induced tissues and hematological changes in freshwater fish exposed to xenobiotics. His current area of research is related to assess waterborne diseases at different developmental stages, environmental risk on direct exposure and indirectly through food chain, drinking water quality, biotoxins and emerging pollutants of global concern. Heis credited with 2 patents and more than 120 research papers in the journals of repute. He has edited 5 books and more than 10 book chapters in his research domain.

Table of Contents

1.Measurement of Primary Productivity in Relation to Food Chain.- 2.Aquatic Weeds : Occurrence and Distribution.- 3.Analysis of Phytoplankton and Zooplankton.- 4.Application of Diversity Index in Measurement of Species Diversity.- 5.Challenges of Fish Diversity in Polluted Habitat.- 6.Biomass production in Food Chain and Its Role In Trophic Levels.- 7.Concept of Rare and Endangered Species and its Impact on Biodiversity.- 8.Protected Areas In Relation to Marine Parks and Sanctuaries.- 9.General Principles of Toxicity and Its Application.-
10. Principles of Biostatistics and Reporting of Data.- 11. Fate of Biotoxins in the environment and its Health Implication.- 12.Microbial Toxicity Studies.- 13.Toxic Cynobacteria in Water and their public health consequence.- 14.Good Laboratory Practices for Biomonitoring.

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