Evaluating Water Quality to Prevent Future Disasters, Vol 11. Separation Science and Technology

  • ID: 4745969
  • Book
  • 400 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Evaluating Water Quality to Prevent Future Disasters, Volume 13 covers various separation methods that can be used to avoid water catastrophes that could arise from climate change, arsenic, lead, algal bloom, fracking, microplastics, the impact of flooding, glyphosphates, triazines, GenX, and oil contamination to avoid future water disasters. The information in this book provides a valuable resource that will help the reader solve their potential water contamination problems or help them develop their own new approaches to monitor water contamination.

  • Highlights reasons for potential water catastrophes
  • Provides separation methods for monitoring water contamination
  • Encourages development of new methods for monitoring water contamination
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1. Overview
2. Solving arsenic contamination problem with separation science and technology
3. Origins of Flint water crisis
4. Investigating the missing link effects of noncompliance and aging private infrastructure on water quality monitoring
5. Impacts of infrastructures deficiencies on potable water quality in the Republic of Serbia
6. Harmful algal blooms: Their effects are global and massive and we need to mitigate them
7. Methods for characterization of chemical and biological groundwater interactions with close-proximity oil and gas extraction activity
8. Impacts of Deepwater Horizon oil and dispersants on various life stages of oysters Crassostrea virginica
9. Integrating microplastics data into water quality monitoring protocol
10. Occurrence of glyphosate and triazine residues in drainage and river waters from western Kentucky, USA
11. Developing a sensitive biosensor for monitoring arsenic in drinking water supplies
12. Low-cost tap water monitoring via the coffee-ring effect
13. Global climate change
14. Impact of flooding on water quality
15. Learning from horror stories of water contamination
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