Evaluating Water Quality to Prevent Future Disasters, volume 11 in the Separation Science and Technology series, covers various separation methods that can be used to avoid water catastrophes arising from climate change, arsenic, lead, algal bloom, fracking, microplastics, flooding, glyphosphates, triazines, GenX, and oil contamination. This book provides a valuable resource that will help the reader solve their potential water contamination problems and help them develop their own new approaches to monitor water contamination.
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1. Overview: Evaluating Water Quality to Prevent Future Disasters 2. The Heat Is On: Complexities of Aquatic Endocrine Disruption in a Changing Global Climate 3. Impact of Persistent Droughts on the Quality of the Middle East Water Resources 4. Present and Potential Water Quality Challenges in India 5. Arsenic Contamination in South Asian Regions: the Difficulties, Challenges and Vision for the Future 6. Cyanobacteria and Their Toxins 7. Educational Partnerships Combined with Research on Emerging Pollutants for Long-Term Water-Quality Monitoring 8. Evaluation of the Toxicity of the Deepwater Horizon Oil and Associated Dispersant on Early Life Stages of the Eastern Oyster 9. Analytical Methods for the Comprehensive Characterization of Produced Water 10. Innovations in Monitoring with Water-Quality Sensors with Case Studies on Floods, Hurricanes, and Harmful Algal Blooms 11. Biosensors for Monitoring Water Pollutants: a Case Study with Arsenic in Groundwater 12. Investigating the Missing Link: Effects of Noncompliance and Aging Private Infrastructure on Water-Quality Monitoring 13. GenX Contamination of the Cape Fear River, North Carolina: Analytical Environmental Chemistry Uncovers Multiple System Failures 14. Analysis of GenX and Other Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances in Environmental Water Samples 15. Sustainable Magnetically Retrievable Nanoadsorbents for Selective Removal of Heavy Metal Ions from Different Charged Wastewaters 16. Lessons Learned from Water Disasters of the World