Proceedings of the Fifth European Symposium, held in Rome, Italy, October 20-22, 1987
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1988|
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Table of ContentsSession I - Analytical Methodologies.- The use of low cost mass spectrometers for the analysis of organic micropollutants in water.- Coupling micro-LC capillary GC as a tool in environmental analysis.- Standardized analytical methods for EC priority pollutants.- The application of bonded silica extraction columns in sample preparation prior to the analysis of organic micropollutants in water.- Poster Session I - Analytical Methodologies.- Evaluation of steam distillation-extraction procedure for the recovery of phenols in water.- Isomer-specific determination of PCDD/PCDF in water leachate of a waste landfill.- Pesticide micropollutants in Lake Albufera (Spain).- Techniques for the improvement of gasoline analysis.- An improved extraction method for the quantitative analysis of pesticides in water.- Hyphenated methods (TSP LC-MS, DLI LC-MS, LC-TID) for analyzing organophosphorus priority pollutants.- PCB’s and organochlorine pesticides in eel and flounder in the Tagus estuary.- HPLC/Fluorescence spectrometry in analyses of pulp mill wastes in recipients.- Chlorophenol compounds in snow.- The analysis of odorous sulphur compounds by gas chromatography after thermal desorption from tenax.- Determination of organic chemicals in sediments taken from three unpolluted estuaries in South West England.- Organic phosphates in surface, ground and drinking water.- Evaluation of degree of pollution of Tiber and Aniene rivers by nitrilotriacetic acid.- Hydrocarbons in East Mediterranean sea: determination and occurrence in the sediment of considered polluted and unpolluted areas of coastal environment.- Session II - Transport of Organic Micropollutants in the Aquatic Environment.- The Sandoz accident.- Monitoring of the River Rhein - Experience gathered from accidental events in 1986.- Predicting transport behaviour of organic pollutants using simple mathematical models.- Fate and transport of organic compounds in rivers.- Poster Session II - Transport.- Sediment-water partition coefficients of hydrophobic chemicals in the presence of third phase material.- Environmental fate of organosilicon chemicals.- Pollution of Saronicos Gulf (Athens, Greece) by fossil fuel hydrocarbons.- The Sandoz/Rhine accident: The environmental fate and transport of twenty-one pesticides introduced to the Rhine River.- Occurrence and leaching of pesticides in waters draining from agricultural land.- Polychlorinated biphenyls in the Kupa river, Croatia, Yugoslavia.- Session III - Transformation of Organic Micropollutants in Water.- Biodegradation of chlorinated aromatic chemicals in continuous cultures.- Anaerobic degradation, processes and test methods.- The fate of organic compounds in the environment.- Poster Session III - Transformation.- Levels of chlorophenols in the river, ground and drinking water in the Zagreb area.- Session IV - Water Treatment.- Biological-chemical characterization of effluents for the evaluation of the potential impact on the aquatic environment.- Test methods and strategies for environmental management purposes environmental fate testing of chemicals and effluents.- Mass fluxes of linear alkylbenzenesulphonates, nonylphenol, nonylphenol mono- and diethoxylate through a sewage treatment plant.- Mutagenic compounds in chlorinated waters.- The formation and removal of chemical mutagens during drinking water treatment.- Application of the ozone-hydrogen peroxide combination for the removal of toxic compounds from a groundwater.- Poster Session IV - Water Treatment.- Possibilities and limitations of the combined use of ozone and hydrogen peroxide in drinking water preparation from surface water.- Presence of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in surface waters used for the production of drinking water.- Research and behaviour of organic micropollutants from waste distillery wine in anaerobic treatment.- Mass spectrometric identification of halogenated surfactants in Barcelona’s water treatment plant.- Effects of chlorine dioxide preoxidation on organic halide formation potentials.- NMR study of kraft pulp mill waste and natural humic substances.- Identification of bioaccumulable compounds in kraft bleaching effluents.- Influence of humic water substances on the degradation of PAH during water chlorination.- Influence of waste water disinfection treatments on some genotoxic chemical micropollutants.- Session V - Mathematical Modelling.- Evaluation of some chemical fate and transport models - A case study on the pollution of the Norrsundet Bay (Sweden).- Modelling of groundwater transport of microorganic pollutants: State-of-the-art.- Poster Session V - Modelling.- Modelling of surfactants in the Comunidad de Madrid as subbasin of Tagus River.- Modelling of anthropogenic substances in aquatic systems: MASAS - A personel computer approach.- Session VI - Laboratory Data Treatment.- Chemometrics in environmental analytical chemistry.- Session VII - Environmental Scenario.- Future environmental problems.- List of Participants.- Index of Authors.