The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry provides the compilation of today's knowledge of processes in the natural environment and the behavior and impact of pollutants. It provides a valuable source for environmental managers, decision-makers, and scientists. Volume 5A is dedicated to water pollution.
Table of ContentsContents: G.F. Craun, Cincinnati, OH: Epidemiologic Studies of Organic Micropollutants in Drinking Water.- M. Falkenmark, Stockholm, Sweden; B. Allard, Linköping, Sweden: Water Quality Genesis and Disturbances of Natural Freshwaters.- H.L. Golterman, Arles, France, N.T. de Oude, Strombeek-Bever, Belgium: Eutrophication of Lakes, Rivers and Coastal Seas.- W.T. Piver, Research Triangle Park, N.C., T. Lindstrom, Corvallis, OR: Mathematical Models for Describing Transport in the Unsaturated Zone of Soils.