Aquatic Systems Engineering

Author: Pedro Ramon Escobal
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ISBN: 9781888381108
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All You Need to Know about Turnover Times, Filters, Sterilizers, Reactors, Venturis, Skimmers, Pumps, Hydraulics, Heat, Ozone, Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, Calcium, Tank Bio-Load Capacity, and Light Requirements, Presented Wherever Possible in ...

Restoration Of Aquatic Systems

Author: Robert J. Livingston
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780203492536
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Environmental Systems Engineering Institute, Publication #85–1. Wanielista,
M.P., H.H. Harper, and S. Kuo. 1984. Bottom sediments: Megginnis Arm, Lake
Jackson, Tallahassee, Florida. Unpublished report. College of Engineering,
University of Central Florida. Waterbury, J., S. Watson, R. Guillard, and L. Brand.
1979. Widespread occurrence of a unicellular, marine, planktonic,
cyanobacterium. Nature 277: 293–294. Weiss, R.F. 1970. Helium isotope effect in
solution in water and sea ...

Biological Monitoring Of Aquatic Systems

Author: Stanford, L. Loeb
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780873719100
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Ecological Indicators for the Assessment of the Quality of Air, Water, Soil and
Ecosystems. D. Reidel Publishing Company, Boston. 283 p. Blandin, P. 1986.
Bioindicateurs et diagnostic des systemes ecologiques. Bulletin d'Ecologie 17(4):
1-308. Cohn, F. 1875. Uber den Brunnenfaden (Crenotix polyspora) mit
Bemerkungen uber die mikroskopische Analyse der Brunner wassers . Beitrage
zuer Biologic der Pflanzzen 1:1-34. Department of Civil Engineering. 1978.
Biological Indicators ...

Chemical Kinetics And Process Dynamics In Aquatic Systems

Author: Patrick L. Brezonik
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780873714310
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The book will be an excellent text/reference for professionals and students in such fields as aquatic chemistry, limnology, aqueous geochemistry, microbial ecology, marine science, environmental and water resources engineering, and ...

10th International Symposium On Process Systems Engineering

Author: Rita Maria de Brito Alves
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0444534350
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Alternatively, algae could be cultivated in open or closed aquatic systems to
provide the necessary carbon source (e.g. Wackett (2008) for their use in fuels
production) to avoid competition with the land-based production of agricultural
food products. In this contribution, biorenewable carbon resources are
consequently understood to consist of either waste biomass, lignocellulosic
biomass or of aqueous algae suspensions. 2. Challenges and opportunities of
biorenewables processing ...

Engineering Within Ecological Constraints

Author: National Academy of Engineering
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 9780309176453
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Classification According to Structure Early development of ecological
engineering in the West has stressed a partnership with nature and has been
investigated primarily in experimental ecosystems rather than in full-scale
applications. Some of the more significant experiments that have been conducted
or are currently under way in ecological engineering relate to aquatic systems,
particularly shallow ponds and wetlands. Ecological engineering as practiced in
China has been ...

Ecological Engineering For Wastewater Treatment Second Edition

Author: Carl Etnier
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780873719902
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LAND-BASED SYSTEMS, CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS, AND AQUATIC PLANT
SYSTEMS IN THE UNITED STATES: AN OVERVIEW George Tchobanoglous
ABSTRACT The use of what might be termed “natural systems” for the treatment
of wastewater has increased as reliable design information and data have been
developed. The purpose of this paper is to present a brief overview of the types of
natural systems that have been developed and used for this purpose. The topics
to ...

Progress In Aquatic Ecosystems Research

Author: A. R. Burk
Publisher: Nova Publishers
ISBN: 9781594543838
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Department of Hydraulics, Coastal and Environmental Engineering. School of
Civil Engineering. Technical University of Catalonia, Barcelona. Spain Josep M.
Bayona and Laura Ortiz Department of Environmental Chemistry. Instituto de
Investigaciones Químicas y Ambientales. Consejo Superior de Investigaciones
Científicas, Barcelona. Spain The objective of this paper is to review current
knowledge of the design of horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands
planted with ...

The Biology Of Particles In Aquatic Systems Second Edition

Author: Roger S. Wotton
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780873719056
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Updated and extensively revised, this new edition covers such topics as classification of particulate and dissolved matter, origin and formation of particles aquatic systems, factors affecting particle aggregation, methods for capturing ...

Water Quality Engineering In Natural Systems

Author: David A. Chin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118459377
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and the drainage of wetlands canhavea variety of deleterious effects on aquatic
ecosystems, including lossesin species diversity, floodplain fertility,and
biofiltrationcapability. Specific environmental issues thatare of global concern
includeregional declinesin the numbers ofmigratory birdsand wildlife causedby
wetlanddrainage, bioaccumulation of methylmercury infish and wildlife innewly
createdreservoirs, and deterioration of estuarine andcoastal ecosystemsthat
receivethe discharge ...