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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A bench study on chromium recovery from tannery sludge Macchi, G.
1991
26-30 8 p. 1019-1026
8 p.
artikel
2 Ability of three DNA-based assays to identify presumptive Escherichia coli colonies isolated from water by the culture-based mFC agar method Maheux, Andrée F.
2011
26-30 8 p. 2638-2646
9 p.
artikel
3 A biochemical model describing volatile fatty acid metabolism in thermophilic aerobic digestion of wastewater sludge Chu, A.
1996
26-30 8 p. 1759-1770
12 p.
artikel
4 Abiotic hydrolysis of the detergent builder tripolyphosphate by hydrous manganese dioxide Inman, Matthew P
2001
26-30 8 p. 1987-1993
artikel
5 A call for papers 1978
26-30 8 p. 647-
1 p.
artikel
6 A combined membrane filter-immunofluorescent technique for the in situ identification and enumeration of acinetobacter in activated sludge Cloete, T.E.
1988
26-30 8 p. 961-969
9 p.
artikel
7 A comparative study of the inactivation of viruses in water by chlorine Scarpino, Pasquale V.
1972
26-30 8 p. 959-965
7 p.
artikel
8 A comparison of additional treatment processes to limit particle accumulation and microbial growth during drinking water distribution Liu, G.
2013
26-30 8 p. 2719-2728
10 p.
artikel
9 A comparison of cake properties in traditional and turbulence promoter assisted microfiltration of particulate suspensions Liu, Yuanfa
2012
26-30 8 p. 2535-2544
10 p.
artikel
10 A comparison of the toxicity of cadmium to the mysid shrimps Neomysis integer (Leach) and Mysidopsis bahia (Molenock) Emson, Shaun
1994
26-30 8 p. 1711-1713
3 p.
artikel
11 A conceptual basis for microbial selection in biological wastewater treatment Pretorius, W.A.
1987
26-30 8 p. 891-894
4 p.
artikel
12 Activated carbon adsorption of trichloroethylene (TCE) vapor stripped from TCE-contaminated water Miyake, Yusaku
2003
26-30 8 p. 1852-1858
7 p.
artikel
13 Activated sludge ballasting in batch tests Piirtola, L
1999
26-30 8 p. 1799-1804
6 p.
artikel
14 Acute sensitivity of early life stages of fathead minnow (pimephales promelas) to acid and aluminum Palmer, Robert E.
1989
26-30 8 p. 1039-1047
9 p.
artikel
15 Acute toxicity of tributyltin to selected Chesapeake Bay fish and invertebrates Bushong, Steven J.
1988
26-30 8 p. 1027-1032
6 p.
artikel
16 Adsorption and desorption of arsenic on an oxisol and its constituents Ladeira, Ana C.Q
2004
26-30 8 p. 2087-2094
8 p.
artikel
17 Adsorption des acides humiques sur charbon active en poudre. Influence du triphosphate de sodium Lafrance, Pierre
1985
26-30 8 p. 1059-1064
6 p.
artikel
18 Adsorption of acid dyes on to granular activated carbon in fixed beds Walker, G.M.
1997
26-30 8 p. 2093-2101
9 p.
artikel
19 Adsorption of anionic and cationic dyes on activated carbons with different surface chemistries Faria, P.C.C
2004
26-30 8 p. 2043-2052
10 p.
artikel
20 Adsorption of Arsenite and Arsenate within Activated Alumina Grains: Equilibrium and Kinetics Lin, Tsair-Fuh
2001
26-30 8 p. 2049-2057
artikel
21 Adsorption of copper, lead and cobalt by activated carbon Netzer, A.
1984
26-30 8 p. 927-933
7 p.
artikel
22 Adsorption of mercury(II) by coal fly ash Sen, Asit K.
1987
26-30 8 p. 885-888
4 p.
artikel
23 Adsorption of phenol based organic pollutants on activated carbon from multi-component dilute aqueous solutions Khan, A.R.
1997
26-30 8 p. 2102-2112
11 p.
artikel
24 Adsorption of viruses on magnetic particles—I. Adsorption of MS2 bacteriophage and the effect of cations, clay and polyelectrolyte Atherton, J.G.
1983
26-30 8 p. 943-948
6 p.
artikel
25 Adsorption of viruses on magnetic particles—II. Degradation of MS2 bacteriophage by adsorption to magnetite Atherton, J.G.
1983
26-30 8 p. 949-953
5 p.
artikel
26 Adsorption of Zn(II) onto hydrous aluminosilicates in the presence of EDTA Huang, C.P.
1988
26-30 8 p. 1001-1009
9 p.
artikel
27 Adsorption studies using gas-liquid chromatography—1. effect of molecular structure Al-Bahrani, K.S.
1976
26-30 8 p. 731-736
6 p.
artikel
28 Adsorptive removal of chlorophenols from water by bituminous shale Tütem, Esma
1998
26-30 8 p. 2315-2324
10 p.
artikel
29 A flow-through chamber for toxicity testing of 80–200μm organisms Dietrich, Andrea M.
2002
26-30 8 p. 2002-2010
9 p.
artikel
30 A laboratory study of landfill-leachate transport in soils Islam, Jahangir
2004
26-30 8 p. 2035-2042
8 p.
artikel
31 Algal growth responses to waters of contrasting tributaries of the River Dee, north-east Scotland Twist, H.
1998
26-30 8 p. 2471-2479
9 p.
artikel
32 Alkaline solubilization and microwave irradiation as a combined sludge disintegration and minimization method Doğan, Ilgın
2009
26-30 8 p. 2139-2148
10 p.
artikel
33 Alternative estimate of source distribution in microbial source tracking using posterior probabilities Greenberg, Joshua
2010
26-30 8 p. 2629-2637
9 p.
artikel
34 A mathematical model simulating fish losses near power plants using rotenone data Kleinstreuer, Clement
1980
26-30 8 p. 1047-1053
7 p.
artikel
35 Amazonian former gold mined soils as a source of methylmercury: Evidence from a small scale watershed in French Guiana Guedron, Stephane
2011
26-30 8 p. 2659-2669
11 p.
artikel
36 A mechanistic model for assessing biodegradability of complex wastewaters Mao, Huazhong
1995
26-30 8 p. 1957-1975
19 p.
artikel
37 A method for the analysis of environmental factors controlling patterns of species composition in aquatic communities Green, Roger H.
1978
26-30 8 p. 583-590
8 p.
artikel
38 A method for the reduction of lake model prediction error Reckhow, Kenneth H.
1983
26-30 8 p. 911-916
6 p.
artikel
39 Ammonia removal from wastewater by ion exchange in the presence of organic contaminants Jorgensen, T.C
2003
26-30 8 p. 1723-1728
6 p.
artikel
40 Ammonia removal in bubble column by ozonation in the presence of bromide Yang, Min
1999
26-30 8 p. 1911-1917
7 p.
artikel
41 Ammonium recovery and energy production from urine by a microbial fuel cell Kuntke, P.
2012
26-30 8 p. 2627-2636
10 p.
artikel
42 Ammonium removal from concentrated waste streams with the anaerobic ammonium oxidation (Anammox) process in different reactor configurations Strous, Marc
1997
26-30 8 p. 1955-1962
8 p.
artikel
43 A model for correcting the fluorescence signal from a free-falling depth profiler Schimanski, Jens
2006
26-30 8 p. 1616-1626
11 p.
artikel
44 A model for membrane bioreactor process based on the concept of formation and degradation of soluble microbial products Lu, S.G.
2001
26-30 8 p. 2038-2048
artikel
45 A modeling study of the effect of pH on carbon limited algal biofilms Liehr, Sarah K.
1988
26-30 8 p. 1033-1041
9 p.
artikel
46 A Modelling Approach to Global Nitrate Leaching Caused by Anthropogenic Fertilisation Lin, Bin-Le
2001
26-30 8 p. 1961-1968
artikel
47 A model of localised oxygen sinks around bacterial colonies within activated sludge Smith, P.G
1984
26-30 8 p. 1045-1051
7 p.
artikel
48 Amount concentrations in aquatic chemistry Pitter, Pavel
2001
26-30 8 p. 2092-2094
artikel
49 Anaerobic–aerobic biotreatment of simulated textile effluent containing varied ratios of starch and azo dye O’Neill, C
2000
26-30 8 p. 2355-2361
7 p.
artikel
50 Anaerobic/aerobic treatment of coloured textile effluents using sequencing batch reactors Shaw, C.B
2002
26-30 8 p. 1993-2001
9 p.
artikel
51 Anaerobically digested biosolids odor generation and pathogen indicator regrowth after dewatering Chen, Yen-Chih
2011
26-30 8 p. 2616-2626
11 p.
artikel
52 Anaerobic biodegradation of polychlorinated biphenyls in hudson river sediments and dredged sediments in clay encapsulation Rhee, G-Y.
1989
26-30 8 p. 957-964
8 p.
artikel
53 Anaerobic bioflocculation of wool scouring effluent Lapsirikul, Wipa
1994
26-30 8 p. 1743-1747
5 p.
artikel
54 Anaerobic biological treatment of phenolic wastewater at 15–18°C Collins, Gavin
2005
26-30 8 p. 1614-1620
7 p.
artikel
55 Anaerobic decolorization of reactive dyebath effluents by a two-stage UASB system with tapioca as a co-substrate Chinwetkitvanich, Sopa
2000
26-30 8 p. 2223-2232
10 p.
artikel
56 Anaerobic digestion III. kinetics of anaerobic fermentation Pretorius, W.A.
1969
26-30 8 p. 545-558
14 p.
artikel
57 Anaerobic digestion of ozonized biosolids Weemaes, M
2000
26-30 8 p. 2330-2336
7 p.
artikel
58 Anaerobic digestion of the organic fraction of municipal solid waste: Influence of co-digestion with manure Hartmann, Hinrich
2005
26-30 8 p. 1543-1552
10 p.
artikel
59 Anaerobic treatment of methanolic wastes Lettinga, G.
1979
26-30 8 p. 725-737
13 p.
artikel
60 Anaerobic treatment of real textile wastewater with a fluidized bed reactor Şen, S
2003
26-30 8 p. 1868-1878
11 p.
artikel
61 Analysis of fouling mechanisms in anaerobic membrane bioreactors Charfi, Amine
2012
26-30 8 p. 2637-2650
14 p.
artikel
62 Analytical Techniques in Environmental Chemistry 2 Jenkins, S.H.
1983
26-30 8 p. 956-
1 p.
artikel
63 An apparatus for the preparation of varying concentrations of chemicals for toxicity tests with aquatic organisms Manley, Andrew R.
1980
26-30 8 p. 1023-1027
5 p.
artikel
64 An automatic method for the determination of ammonia in sea water Reusch Berg, B.
1977
26-30 8 p. 637-638
2 p.
artikel
65 An ecological risk index for aquatic pollution control.a sedimentological approach Hakanson, Lars
1980
26-30 8 p. 975-1001
27 p.
artikel
66 An evaluation of mathematical models for the effects of pH and temperature on ammonia toxicity to aquatic organisms Erickson, Russell J
1985
26-30 8 p. 1047-1058
12 p.
artikel
67 An evaluation of the standard biochemical and elevated temperature tests for differentiating faecal and non-faecal coliforms Mishra, R.P
1968
26-30 8 p. 575-585
11 p.
artikel
68 A new insight into membrane fouling mechanism in submerged membrane bioreactor: Osmotic pressure during cake layer filtration Zhang, Meijia
2013
26-30 8 p. 2777-2786
10 p.
artikel
69 A new method for differentiating adducts of common drinking water DBPs from higher molecular weight DBPs in electrospray ionization-mass spectrometry analysis Zhai, Hongyan
2009
26-30 8 p. 2093-2100
8 p.
artikel
70 A new method for extraction of C.I. Reactive Red 4 and its derivatives from water Schramm, K.-W.
1988
26-30 8 p. 1043-1045
3 p.
artikel
71 A new method for monitoring DO in water by sonoluminescence Liu, Yan
1995
26-30 8 p. 2014-2016
3 p.
artikel
72 An extension of the grid-based hydrological model CEQUEAU to suspended sediment movement through drainage basins Couillard, D.
1988
26-30 8 p. 991-999
9 p.
artikel
73 An integrated expression for settling velocity of particles in water Ives, K.J
1993
26-30 8 p. 1397-1398
2 p.
artikel
74 An intergrated expression for settling velocity of particles in water Chaudhari, Sanjeev
1993
26-30 8 p. 1393-1394
2 p.
artikel
75 An introductory study of regulation in the activated sludge process Westberg, Nils
1969
26-30 8 p. 613-621
9 p.
artikel
76 An investigation into parametric relationships between enterovirus and faecal indicator organisms in the coastal waters of England and Wales Wyer, Mark D.
1995
26-30 8 p. 1863-1868
6 p.
artikel
77 An investigation into the long-term effects of rhine water on rainbow trout Poels, C.L.M.
1980
26-30 8 p. 1029-1035
7 p.
artikel
78 An investigation into the occurrence of sewage fungus in rivers containing papermill effluents—II. Chemical analysis of mill effluents Webb, L.J.
1985
26-30 8 p. 955-959
5 p.
artikel
79 An investigation into the occurrence of sewage fungus in rivers containing papermill effluents—III. Removal of sewage fungus nutrients Webb, L.J.
1985
26-30 8 p. 961-967
7 p.
artikel
80 An investigation into the occurrence of sewage fungus in rivers containing papermill effluents—I. Review of previous research Webb, L.J.
1985
26-30 8 p. 947-954
8 p.
artikel
81 An investigation into the occurrence of sewage fungus in rivers containing papermill effluents—IV. Growth in experimental channels dosed with effluents and pure compounds Webb, L.J.
1985
26-30 8 p. 969-974
6 p.
artikel
82 An investigation into the suitability of biogas hydrogen concentration as a performance monitor for anaerobic sewage sludge digesters Kidby, D.W.
1991
26-30 8 p. 1007-1012
6 p.
artikel
83 Announcement 1973
26-30 8 p. 1247-
1 p.
artikel
84 Announcement and call for papers for an international workshop on requirements, application and practical experience of control and automation in water quality monitoring 1980
26-30 8 p. 1173-1175
3 p.
artikel
85 A novel flushing strategy for diatom bloom prevention in the lower-middle Hanjiang River Yang, Qiang
2012
26-30 8 p. 2525-2534
10 p.
artikel
86 A novel in-situ biomonitor using alginate immobilised algae (Scenedesmus subspicatus) for the assessment of eutrophication in flowing surface waters Twist, Hayley
1997
26-30 8 p. 2066-2072
7 p.
artikel
87 A novel tracer technique for the assessment of fine sediment dynamics in urban water management systems Spencer, K.L.
2011
26-30 8 p. 2595-2606
12 p.
artikel
88 Antibiotic resistance of E. coli in sewage and sludge Reinthaler, F.F
2003
26-30 8 p. 1685-1690
6 p.
artikel
89 Antibiotic resistant gram-negative bacteria in rural groundwater supplies McKeon, Denise M.
1995
26-30 8 p. 1902-1908
7 p.
artikel
90 Antimicrobial resistance in Enterococcus spp. isolated in inflow, effluent and sludge from municipal sewage water treatment plants Martins da Costa, Paulo
2006
26-30 8 p. 1735-1740
6 p.
artikel
91 A pilot-plant scale evaluation of potential precipitants in the secondary precipitation process Balmér, Peter
1975
26-30 8 p. 721-727
7 p.
artikel
92 A pilot study on the lytic activity of bdellovibrio in wastewater Westergaard, J.M.
1978
26-30 8 p. 627-630
4 p.
artikel
93 Applicability and trends of anaerobic pre-treatment of municipal wastewater Mergaert, K
1992
26-30 8 p. 1025-1033
9 p.
artikel
94 Application of a method to quantify carbonate precipitated on granular activated carbon (GAC) used in potable water treatment McCafferty, N.D.
2000
26-30 8 p. 2199-2206
8 p.
artikel
95 Application of catalytic wet air oxidation for the treatment of H-acid manufacturing process wastewater Zhu, Wanpeng
2002
26-30 8 p. 1947-1954
8 p.
artikel
96 Application of ferrous hydrogen peroxide for treatment of DSD-acid manufacturing process wastewater Zhu, Wanpeng
2001
26-30 8 p. 2087-2091
artikel
97 Application of microbial enumeration technique to evaluate the occurrence of natural bioremediation Kao, C.M
2001
26-30 8 p. 1951-1960
artikel
98 Applied Stream Sanitation Jenkins, S.H.
1971
26-30 8 p. 641-
1 p.
artikel
99 Applying a novel autohydrogenotrophic hollow-fiber membrane biofilm reactor for denitrification of drinking water Lee, Kuan-Chun
2002
26-30 8 p. 2040-2052
13 p.
artikel
100 A procedure for tracing of kraft mill effluent from an ocean outfall by constituent fluorescence Baumgartner, D.J.
1971
26-30 8 p. 533-544
12 p.
artikel
101 A quantitative measure of nitrifying bacterial growth Pollard, Peter C.
2006
26-30 8 p. 1569-1576
8 p.
artikel
102 Aquatic bacterial populations and heavy metals—I. Composition of aquatic bacteria in the presence of copper and mercury salts Singleton, F.L.
1977
26-30 8 p. 639-642
4 p.
artikel
103 Aquatic bacterial populations and heavy metals—II. Influence of chemical content of aquatic environments on bacterial uptake of chemical elements Guthrie, R.K.
1977
26-30 8 p. 643-646
4 p.
artikel
104 Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment Jenkins, S.H.
1983
26-30 8 p. 955-956
2 p.
artikel
105 Aqueous solutions of 3,4-benzpyrene Suess, M.J.
1972
26-30 8 p. 981-985
5 p.
artikel
106 A rapid method to quantify nitrifiers in activated sludge Manser, Reto
2005
26-30 8 p. 1585-1593
9 p.
artikel
107 Arrestant effect of polyoxyethylene esters on swimming in the winter flounder Wildish, D.J.
1974
26-30 8 p. 579-583
5 p.
artikel
108 A semi-empirical approach to relate the volatilization rates of organic chemicals to their physical properties Ince, Nilsun
1991
26-30 8 p. 903-910
8 p.
artikel
109 A simple and inexpensive monitor for recording oxygen and temperature in lakes and reservoirs Bark, Anthony W.
1986
26-30 8 p. 1005-1010
6 p.
artikel
110 A simple diversity index based on the theory of runs Keefe, Thomas J.
1977
26-30 8 p. 689-691
3 p.
artikel
111 A simple method to estimate lake phosphorus concentrations resulting from natural, background, loadings Vighi, M.
1985
26-30 8 p. 987-991
5 p.
artikel
112 A spectrophotometric study of the formation of an unidentified monochloramine decomposition product Valentine, Richard L.
1986
26-30 8 p. 1067-1074
8 p.
artikel
113 Aspects of Physical-Chemical Treatment Under Australian Conditions 1973
26-30 8 p. 1237-1240
4 p.
artikel
114 Aspects of the aquatic chemistry of cadmium and zinc in a heavy metal contaminated lake Shephard, Burt K.
1980
26-30 8 p. 1061-1066
6 p.
artikel
115 Assessment of annual pollutant loads in combined sewers from continuous turbidity measurements: Sensitivity to calibration data Lacour, C.
2009
26-30 8 p. 2179-2190
12 p.
artikel
116 Assessment of biodegradability of synthetic surfactants by tests simulating sewage treatment Stennett, G.V.
1971
26-30 8 p. 601-609
9 p.
artikel
117 Assessment of global nitrogen pollution in rivers using an integrated biogeochemical modeling framework He, Bin
2011
26-30 8 p. 2573-2586
14 p.
artikel
118 Assessment of management alternatives on a small agricultural watershed Mostaghimi, S.
1997
26-30 8 p. 1867-1878
12 p.
artikel
119 Assessment of the formation of inorganic oxidation by-products during the electrocatalytic treatment of ammonium from landfill leachates Pérez, G.
2012
26-30 8 p. 2579-2590
12 p.
artikel
120 Assessment of the removal and inactivation of influenza viruses H5N1 and H1N1 by drinking water treatment Lénès, Dorothée
2010
26-30 8 p. 2473-2486
14 p.
artikel
121 Assessment of urease inhibition assays for measuring toxicity of environmental samples Jung, K.
1995
26-30 8 p. 1929-1933
5 p.
artikel
122 A study of the copper-complexing compounds released by some species of cyanobacteria Jardim, Wilson F
1984
26-30 8 p. 985-989
5 p.
artikel
123 A sublethal technique for assessing the effects of contaminants using hydra littoralis Stebbing, A.R.D.
1978
26-30 8 p. 631-635
5 p.
artikel
124 A survey of pulp and paper mill effluents for their potential to induce mixed function oxidase enzyme activity in fish Martel, P.H.
1994
26-30 8 p. 1835-1844
10 p.
artikel
125 A technique for monitoring hydrogen peroxide concentration off-line and on-line Guwy, A.J.
2000
26-30 8 p. 2191-2198
8 p.
artikel
126 A tracer study of the hydraulics of facultative stabilization ponds Moreno, Maria D.
1990
26-30 8 p. 1025-1030
6 p.
artikel
127 Attached microbial growths—I. Attachment and growth Characklis, William G.
1973
26-30 8 p. 1113-1127
15 p.
artikel
128 Authors' reply Bhargava, D.S.
1993
26-30 8 p. 1399-
1 p.
artikel
129 Authors' reply Horan, N.J.
1992
26-30 8 p. 1148-
1 p.
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130 Authors' reply Bhargava, D.S.
1993
26-30 8 p. 1395-1396
2 p.
artikel
131 Authors' reply Sözen, S.
1997
26-30 8 p. 2121-2125
5 p.
artikel
132 Authors' reply Watts, Randall W.
1997
26-30 8 p. 2118-2119
2 p.
artikel
133 Author's reply Whitefield, Paul H.
1984
26-30 8 p. 1060-
1 p.
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134 Automated kjeldahl analyses of nitrogenous materials in aqueous solutions Harwood, J.E.
1970
26-30 8 p. 539-545
7 p.
artikel
135 Automatic control for chemical dosing in laboratory-scale coagulation process by using an optical monitor Huang, Chihpin
1996
26-30 8 p. 1924-1929
6 p.
artikel
136 Automatic photocatalytic method for the determination of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in natural waters Abdullah, M.I.
1996
26-30 8 p. 1813-1822
10 p.
artikel
137 A voltammetric electronic tongue as tool for water quality monitoring in wastewater treatment plants Campos, Inmaculada
2012
26-30 8 p. 2605-2614
10 p.
artikel
138 A water quality study of a stretch of the River Tigris Tariq Ahmad Mahmoud,
1979
26-30 8 p. 785-790
6 p.
artikel
139 Bacterial community shifts in nonylphenol polyethoxylates-enriched activated sludge Lozada, Mariana
2004
26-30 8 p. 2077-2086
10 p.
artikel
140 Bacterial contamination of Mediterranean coastal seawater as affected by riverine inputs: simulation approach applied to a shellfish breeding area (Thau lagoon, France) Fiandrino, A.
2003
26-30 8 p. 1711-1722
12 p.
artikel
141 Bacterial inoculation of granulaR activated carbon filters for the removal of atrazine from surface water Jones, L.Robin
1998
26-30 8 p. 2542-2549
8 p.
artikel
142 Bacterial pathogen incidences in sludge from Swedish sewage treatment plants Sahlström, Leena
2004
26-30 8 p. 1989-1994
6 p.
artikel
143 Bacteria transport in a porous medium: Retention of bacillus and pseudomonas on silica surfaces Kinoshita, Takashi
1993
26-30 8 p. 1295-1301
7 p.
artikel
144 Behavior of nitrogen-substituted naphthalenes in flooded soil—Part II. Effect of bioavailability on biodegration kinetics Al-Bashir, Bilal
1994
26-30 8 p. 1827-1833
7 p.
artikel
145 Behavior of nitrogen-substituted naphthalenes in flooded soil—Part I. sorption/desorption and biodegradation Al-Bashir, Bilal
1994
26-30 8 p. 1817-1825
9 p.
artikel
146 Behaviour in conventional sewage purification processes of coliform bacteria with transferable or non-transferable drug-resistance Grabow, W.O.K.
1976
26-30 8 p. 717-723
7 p.
artikel
147 Behaviour of 12 insecticides in soil and aqueous suspensions of soil and sediment Sharom, M.S.
1980
26-30 8 p. 1095-1100
6 p.
artikel
148 Behaviour of the three-spined stickleback, Gasterosteous aculeatus (Gasterosteidae, Teleostei) in the multispecies freshwater biomonitor: a validation of automated recordings at three levels of ammonia pollution Craig, Stephen
2004
26-30 8 p. 2144-2154
11 p.
artikel
149 Bench-scale tests and modeling of adsorption of natural organic matter by activated carbon Smith, Edward H.
1994
26-30 8 p. 1693-1702
10 p.
artikel
150 Bio-augmentation by nitrification with return sludge Salem, S
2003
26-30 8 p. 1794-1804
11 p.
artikel
151 Biochemical process for the removal of uranium from acid mine drainages Roig, M.G.
1997
26-30 8 p. 2073-2083
11 p.
artikel
152 Bioconcentration and metabolism of phenyltin chlorides in carp Tsuda, Taizo
1987
26-30 8 p. 949-953
5 p.
artikel
153 Bioconcentration of vanadium in American flagfish over one reproductive cycle Holdway, D.A.
1983
26-30 8 p. 937-941
5 p.
artikel
154 Biodegradability of ethylenediamine-based complexing agents Sýkora, Vladimı́r
2001
26-30 8 p. 2010-2016
artikel
155 Biodegradable fraction as an activity parameter of activated sludge Upadhyaya, Ajeya K.
1975
26-30 8 p. 691-694
4 p.
artikel
156 Biodegradation and secondary effluent toxicity of ethoxylated surfactants Patoczka, Jurek
1990
26-30 8 p. 965-972
8 p.
artikel
157 Biodegradation of cis-1,2-dichloro-ethylene at low concentrations with methane-oxidizing bacteria in a biofilm reactor Arcangeli, J.P.
1996
26-30 8 p. 1885-1893
9 p.
artikel
158 Biodegradation of nitrilotriacetic acid (NTA) and ferric–NTA complex by aerobic microbial granules Nancharaiah, Y.V.
2006
26-30 8 p. 1539-1546
8 p.
artikel
159 Biodegradation of phenol compounds in vinasse using Aspergillus terreus and Geotrichum candidum García, I. García
1997
26-30 8 p. 2005-2011
7 p.
artikel
160 Biofilm cryopreparation for scanning electron microscopy Alleman, J.E
1985
26-30 8 p. 1073-1078
6 p.
artikel
161 Biofilm structural heterogeneity visualized by three microscopic methods Stewart, Philip S.
1995
26-30 8 p. 2006-2009
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325 Editorial Board/Publication Information 2004
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326 Effect of acidification, metals and metalloids on sediment microorganisms Baker, M.D.
1983
26-30 8 p. 925-930
6 p.
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327 Effect of added radiocarbon solution on primary production measurements Salonen, K.
1986
26-30 8 p. 1041-1044
4 p.
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328 Effect of anaerobic reactor process configuration on useful energy production DiStefano, Thomas D.
2010
26-30 8 p. 2583-2591
9 p.
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329 Effect of antiscalants on precipitation of an RO concentrate: Metals precipitated and particle characteristics for several water compositions Greenlee, Lauren F.
2010
26-30 8 p. 2672-2684
13 p.
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330 Effect of biofilm growth on the gas-liquid mass transfer in a trickling filter for waste gas treatment Pedersen, Anne R.
1997
26-30 8 p. 1963-1968
6 p.
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331 Effect of biological and chemical oxidation on the removal of estrogenic compounds (NP and BPA) from wastewater: An integrated assessment procedure Bertanza, Giorgio
2011
26-30 8 p. 2473-2484
12 p.
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332 Effect of different factors on the die-off of fecal bacteria in a stabilization pond purification plant Fernández, Adela
1992
26-30 8 p. 1093-1098
6 p.
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333 Effect of feed composition, aerobic volume fraction and recycle rate on nitrogen removal in the single-sludge system Brenner, Asher
1990
26-30 8 p. 1041-1049
9 p.
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334 Effect of lime neutralized iron hydroxide suspensions on juvenile brook trout (salvelinus fontinalis, mitchill) Sykora, J.L.
1972
26-30 8 p. 935-950
16 p.
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335 Effect of molybdenum and selenium addition on the denitrification of waste water Chakrabarti, T.
1983
26-30 8 p. 931-936
6 p.
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336 Effect of nickel(ii) on activated sludge Yetis, Ulku
1989
26-30 8 p. 1003-1007
5 p.
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337 Effect of nitrite on anoxic phosphate uptake in biological phosphorus removal activated sludge Meinhold, Jens
1999
26-30 8 p. 1871-1883
13 p.
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338 Effect of non-aqueous phase liquid on biodegradation of PAHs in spilled oil on tidal flat Kose, Tomohiro
2003
26-30 8 p. 1729-1736
8 p.
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339 Effect of sewage treatment on faecal sterols McCalley, David V.
1981
26-30 8 p. 1019-1025
7 p.
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340 Effect of size or age of goldfish and fathead minnows on use of pentachlorophenol as a reference toxicant Adelman, I.R.
1976
26-30 8 p. 685-687
3 p.
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341 Effect of soluble microbial products on microbial metabolisms related to nutrient removal Ichihashi, Osamu
2006
26-30 8 p. 1627-1633
7 p.
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342 Effect of solution chemistry on the adsorption of perfluorooctane sulfonate onto mineral surfaces Tang, Chuyang Y.
2010
26-30 8 p. 2654-2662
9 p.
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343 Effect of surfactants on recovery of nickel from nickel plating wastewater by electrowinning Huang, Chein-Ho
1995
26-30 8 p. 1821-1826
6 p.
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344 Effect of temperature and disinfection strategies on ammonia-oxidizing bacteria in a bench-scale drinking water distribution system Pintar, Katarina D.M
2003
26-30 8 p. 1805-1817
13 p.
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345 Effect of temperature on the removal of NTA (nitrilotriacetic acid) during sewage treatment Eden, G.E.
1972
26-30 8 p. 877-883
7 p.
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346 Effect of thawing condition on the recovery of reactive silicic acid from frozen natural water samples Zhang, Jia-Zhong
1998
26-30 8 p. 2553-2555
3 p.
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347 Effect of tube size on performance of a fixed-film tubular bioreactor for conversion of hydrogen sulfide to elemental sulfur Syed, Murtuza A
2003
26-30 8 p. 1932-1938
7 p.
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348 Effect of wastewater composition on archaeal population diversity Akarsubasi, Alper T.
2005
26-30 8 p. 1576-1584
9 p.
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349 Effects of activated carbon characteristics on the simultaneous adsorption of aqueous organic micropollutants and natural organic matter Quinlivan, Patricia A.
2005
26-30 8 p. 1663-1673
11 p.
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350 Effects of anthropogenic inputs on the organic quality of urbanized streams Kalscheur, Kathryn N.
2012
26-30 8 p. 2515-2524
10 p.
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351 Effects of baffles on the performance of model waste stabilization ponds Kilani, J.S
1984
26-30 8 p. 941-944
4 p.
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352 Effects of copper, pH and hardness on the critical swimming performance of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri Richardson) Waiwood, K.G.
1978
26-30 8 p. 611-619
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353 Effects of dissolved oxygen and diffusion resistances on nitrification kinetics Beccari, M
1992
26-30 8 p. 1099-1104
6 p.
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354 Effects of local climate and hydrological conditions on the thermal regime of a reservoir at Tropic of Cancer, in southern China Wang, Sheng
2012
26-30 8 p. 2591-2604
14 p.
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355 Effects of microcarrier pore characteristics on methanogenic fluidized bed performance Yee, Carl J
1992
26-30 8 p. 1119-1125
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356 Effects of nitrogen application rates using treated wastewaters, on nitrogen uptake and crop yield based on pot trials with maize and soyabean Vazquez-Montiel, O.
1995
26-30 8 p. 1945-1949
5 p.
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357 Effects of pH increases and sodium chloride additions on the acute toxicity of 2,4-dichlorophenol to the fathead minnow Holcombe, Gary W.
1980
26-30 8 p. 1073-1077
5 p.
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358 Effects of Potamogeton crispus L. on the fate of phthalic acid esters in an aquatic microcosm Chi, Jie
2012
26-30 8 p. 2570-2578
9 p.
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359 Effects of tributyltin chloride on marine bivalve mussels Huang, Guolan
1995
26-30 8 p. 1877-1884
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360 Effects of ultrasound on suspended particles in municipal wastewater Gibson, John H.
2009
26-30 8 p. 2251-2259
9 p.
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361 Effects of UV254 irradiation on residual chlorine and DBPs in chlorination of model organic-N precursors in swimming pools Weng, ShihChi
2012
26-30 8 p. 2674-2682
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362 Effet de la presence d'aluminium sur l'adsorption des acides fulviques naturels sur cap (Aluminium effect upon adsorption of natural fulvic acids onto PAC) Cathalifaud, G.
1998
26-30 8 p. 2325-2334
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363 Effluent denitrification with anaerobic filters Polprasert, Chongrak
1986
26-30 8 p. 1015-1021
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364 Effluent treatment and algae recovery by ozone-induced flotation Betzer, N.
1980
26-30 8 p. 1003-1009
7 p.
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365 Effluent variability estimation for complete-mix activated sludge treatment systems Novotny, V.
1976
26-30 8 p. 699-709
11 p.
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366 Electrical field: A historical review of its application and contributions in wastewater sludge dewatering Mahmoud, Akrama
2010
26-30 8 p. 2381-2407
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367 Electrochemical degradation of perchloroethylene in aqueous media: An approach to different strategies Sáez, Verónica
2009
26-30 8 p. 2169-2178
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368 Electrochemical determination of dissolved uranium in Krka river estuary Djogić, R
2001
26-30 8 p. 1915-1920
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369 Electrochemical mechanisms of corrosion influenced by sulfate-reducing bacteria in aquatic systems Peng, Ching-Gang
1994
26-30 8 p. 1681-1692
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370 Electrochemical oxidation of organics in water: Role of operative parameters in the absence and in the presence of NaCl Scialdone, Onofrio
2009
26-30 8 p. 2260-2272
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371 Electrochemical regeneration of granular activated carbon Narbaitz, Roberto M.
1994
26-30 8 p. 1771-1778
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372 Electrochemical sulfide removal and recovery from paper mill anaerobic treatment effluent Dutta, Paritam K.
2010
26-30 8 p. 2563-2571
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373 Electrochemical treatment of effluents containing Cr(VI). Influence of pH and current on the kinetic Ruotolo, L.A.M.
2006
26-30 8 p. 1555-1560
6 p.
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374 Electron spin resonance study of copper biosorption by bacteria Nakajima, Akira
2002
26-30 8 p. 2091-2097
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375 Elimination de l'ion chlorite et du bioxyde de chlore par le charbon actif Karpel Vel Leitner, N.
1992
26-30 8 p. 1053-1066
14 p.
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376 Emissions of two- and four-stroke outboard engines—II. Impact on water quality Jüttner, Friedrich
1995
26-30 8 p. 1983-1987
5 p.
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377 Emissions of two- and four-stroke outboard engines—I. Quantification of gases and VOC Jüttner, Friedrich
1995
26-30 8 p. 1976-1982
7 p.
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378 Endogenous processes during long-term starvation in activated sludge performing enhanced biological phosphorus removal Lopez, C.
2006
26-30 8 p. 1519-1530
12 p.
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379 Energy-flow response models for evaluation of altered riparian vegetation in three southeast alaskan streams Duncan, William F.A.
1989
26-30 8 p. 965-974
10 p.
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380 Engineered ecosystem for sustainable on-site wastewater treatment Kavanagh, Lydia J.
2007
26-30 8 p. 1823-1831
9 p.
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381 Enhanced hydrolysis of carbohydrates in primary sludge under biosulfidogenic conditions Whittington-Jones, K.J.
2006
26-30 8 p. 1577-1582
6 p.
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382 Enhancement of anaerobic batch digestion of sisal pulp waste by mesophilic aerobic pre-treatment Mshandete, Anthony
2005
26-30 8 p. 1569-1575
7 p.
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383 Enteric bacterial concentrations in reservoir feeder streams: baseflow characteristics and response to hydrograph events McDonald, Adrian
1981
26-30 8 p. 961-968
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384 Enteric virus detection in Adriatic seawater by cell culture, polymerase chain reaction and polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis Muscillo, Michele
1997
26-30 8 p. 1980-1984
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385 Enteric virus levels in wastewater effluents and surface waters in the severn trent water authority 1979–1981 Morris, R.
1984
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5 p.
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386 Enumeration of bifidobacterial populations with selective media to determine the source of waterborne fecal pollution Bonjoch, Xavier
2005
26-30 8 p. 1621-1627
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387 Enumeration studies on methanogenic bacteria Siebert, M.L.
1968
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388 Enzymatic NH3-N determination: a specific method for the determination of ammonia in water and sediments Verdouw, H.
1973
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389 Erratum 1999
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390 Erratum 1985
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391 Erratum 1976
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392 Escherichia coli, enterococci, and Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron qPCR signals through wastewater and septage treatment Srinivasan, Sangeetha
2011
26-30 8 p. 2561-2572
12 p.
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393 Escritts' Tables of Metric Hydraulic Flow Reeve, D.A.D.
1971
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394 Estimating the toxicities of organic chemicals in activated sludge process Katritzky, Alan R.
2010
26-30 8 p. 2451-2460
10 p.
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395 Estimating VFA concentrations in prefermenters by measuring pH Münch, Elisabeth v.
1998
26-30 8 p. 2431-2441
11 p.
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396 Estimation of anaerobic biodegradation rates for toxic organic compounds in municipal sludge digestion Parker, W.J.
1994
26-30 8 p. 1779-1789
11 p.
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397 Estimation of the active nitrifying biomass in activated sludge Copp, John B.
1995
26-30 8 p. 1855-1862
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398 Etude de la mise au point d'un adoucisseur de type electrochimique Bannoud, A.H
1993
26-30 8 p. 1385-1391
7 p.
artikel
399 Evaluating the importance of faecal sources in human-impacted waters Schoen, Mary E.
2011
26-30 8 p. 2670-2680
11 p.
artikel
400 Evaluation of an enzymatic method for orthophosphate determination in freshwaters Stevens, Robert J.
1979
26-30 8 p. 763-770
8 p.
artikel
401 Evaluation of dechlorination mechanisms during anaerobic fermentation of bleached kraft mill effluent Parker, W.J.
1993
26-30 8 p. 1269-1273
5 p.
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402 Evaluation of disinfected and untreated drinking water supplies in chile by the h2s paper strip test Castillo, G.
1994
26-30 8 p. 1765-1770
6 p.
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403 Evaluation of empirical formulae for estimation of the longitudinal dispersion in activated sludge reactors Makinia, Jacek
2005
26-30 8 p. 1533-1542
10 p.
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404 Evaluation of nutrient agars for the enumeration of viable aerobic heterotrophs in cooling water Brözel, V.S
1992
26-30 8 p. 1111-1117
7 p.
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405 Evaluation of optical brightener photodecay characteristics for detection of human fecal contamination Cao, Yiping
2009
26-30 8 p. 2273-2279
7 p.
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406 Evaluation of ozone induced biodegradability of wastewater treatment plant effluent Narkis, Nava
1980
26-30 8 p. 929-939
11 p.
artikel
407 Evaluation of reactivity of pesticides with ozone in water using the energies of frontier molecular orbitals Hu, Jian-ying
2000
26-30 8 p. 2215-2222
8 p.
artikel
408 Evaluation of the modified colourimetric method for the determination of malathion: Its application to the analysis of malathion residues in water Clark, E.R.
1980
26-30 8 p. 1037-1040
4 p.
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409 Evaporation of crude oil at sea Reijnhart, R.
1982
26-30 8 p. 1319-1325
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410 Experimental and model assisted investigation of an operational strategy for the BPR under low influent concentrations Krühne, Ulrich
2003
26-30 8 p. 1953-1971
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411 Experimental study of the supercritical water oxidation of recalcitrant compounds under hydrothermal flames using tubular reactors Cabeza, Pablo
2011
26-30 8 p. 2485-2495
11 p.
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412 Experimental study on treatment of night soil by the wet air oxidation process Ikeda, Ichiro
1972
26-30 8 p. 967-978
12 p.
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413 Experiments utilizing FeO4 2− for purifying water Murmann, R.Kent
1974
26-30 8 p. 543-547
5 p.
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414 Extraction of extracellular polymers from activated sludge using a cation exchange resin Frølund, Bo
1996
26-30 8 p. 1749-1758
10 p.
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415 Factorial experimental design of winery wastewaters treatment by heterogeneous photo-Fenton process Mosteo, Rosa
2006
26-30 8 p. 1561-1568
8 p.
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416 Factors affecting the decline of non-marine micro-organisms in seawater Mitchell, Ralph
1968
26-30 8 p. 535-543
9 p.
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417 Factors affecting the fate of active proteins introduced in wastewater sludges: Investigation with green fluorescent protein Morales-Belpaire, Isabel
2007
26-30 8 p. 1723-1733
11 p.
artikel
418 Factors contributing to a fish kill in the Australian wet/dry tropics Townsend, Simon A.
1992
26-30 8 p. 1039-1044
6 p.
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419 Faecal contamination of rural water supply in the Sahelian area Guillemin, Francis
1991
26-30 8 p. 923-927
5 p.
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420 Faecal contamination of source-separated human urine based on the content of faecal sterols Schönning, Caroline
2002
26-30 8 p. 1965-1972
8 p.
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421 Fate of N-nitrosomorpholine in an anaerobic aquifer used for managed aquifer recharge: A column study Pitoi, M.M.
2011
26-30 8 p. 2550-2560
11 p.
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422 Fate of trace organics during rapid infiltration of primary wastewater at Fort Devens, Massachusetts Hutchins, S.R
1984
26-30 8 p. 1025-1036
12 p.
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423 Fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) analysis for monitoring Nocardia levels in activated sludge Cha, Daniel K
1999
26-30 8 p. 1964-1966
3 p.
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424 Feasibility of wastewater treatment using genetically engineered microorganisms Fujita, M.
1991
26-30 8 p. 979-984
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425 Fenton process for treatment of desizing wastewater Lin, Sheng H.
1997
26-30 8 p. 2050-2056
7 p.
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426 Fermentation of agro-food wastewaters by activated sludge de Lucas, A.
2007
26-30 8 p. 1635-1644
10 p.
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427 Field infiltration as a method for the disposal of oil-in-water emulsions from the restoration of oil-polluted aquifers Schiegg, Hans-Olivier
1980
26-30 8 p. 1011-1016
6 p.
artikel
428 Fish test for endocrine-disruption and estimation of water quality of Japanese rivers Kashiwada, Shosaku
2002
26-30 8 p. 2161-2166
6 p.
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429 Flocculation energy requirement Elmaleh, S.
1991
26-30 8 p. 939-943
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430 Flocculation of suspended sediment in rivers of southeastern Canada Droppo, I.G.
1994
26-30 8 p. 1799-1809
11 p.
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431 Flow-driven water quality simulation models Farrimond, M.S.
1980
26-30 8 p. 1157-1168
12 p.
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432 Fluctuations in nitrate concentrations utilized as an assessment of agricultural contamination to an aquifer of a semiarid climatic region Taylor, R.G.
1973
26-30 8 p. 1155-1161
7 p.
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433 Fluid velocity distribution in nitrifying trickling filters: mathematical model and NMR calibration Krumins, Valdis
2000
26-30 8 p. 2337-2345
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434 Fluoride in irrigation waters of Agra district, Uttar Pradesh Singh, Vinay
1987
26-30 8 p. 889-890
2 p.
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435 Formation and distribution of haloacetic acids, THM and tox in chlorination of bromide-rich lake water Heller-Grossman, L.
1993
26-30 8 p. 1323-1331
9 p.
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436 Formation and removal of mutagenic activity during drinking water preparation Kool, H.J
1984
26-30 8 p. 1011-1016
6 p.
artikel
437 Formation of interim by-products in methanogenic degradation of butyrate Fang, Herbert H.P
1999
26-30 8 p. 1791-1798
8 p.
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438 Formation of new brominated disinfection byproducts during chlorination of saline sewage effluents Ding, Guoyu
2013
26-30 8 p. 2710-2718
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439 Formation of organic chloramines during water disinfection – chlorination versus chloramination Lee, Wontae
2009
26-30 8 p. 2233-2239
7 p.
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440 Fouling indices for low pressure hollow fiber membrane performance assessment Nguyen, Anh H.
2011
26-30 8 p. 2627-2637
11 p.
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441 Fractionation and removal of dissolved organic carbon in a full-scale granular activated carbon filter used for drinking water production Gibert, Oriol
2013
26-30 8 p. 2821-2829
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442 Free chlorine consumption induced by cast iron corrosion in drinking water distribution systems Frateur, I.
1999
26-30 8 p. 1781-1790
10 p.
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443 Fungal and bacterial mediated denitrification in wetlands: Influence of sediment redox condition Seo, Dong Cheol
2010
26-30 8 p. 2441-2450
10 p.
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444 Game theory based models to analyze water conflicts in the Middle Route of the South-to-North Water Transfer Project in China Wei, Shouke
2010
26-30 8 p. 2499-2516
18 p.
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445 Gas chromatographic analysis of toxaphene in natural waters, fish and lake sediments Hughes, Robert A.
1970
26-30 8 p. 547-558
12 p.
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446 Gas chromatographic-mass spectrometric identification of phenols and aromatic acids in river waters Matsumoto, Genki
1977
26-30 8 p. 693-698
6 p.
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447 Genesis of free hydraulic jumps for better mixing Bhargava, D.S.
1990
26-30 8 p. 1003-1010
8 p.
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448 Geosmin and 2-methylisoborneol removal using superfine powdered activated carbon: Shell adsorption and branched-pore kinetic model analysis and optimal particle size Matsui, Yoshihiko
2013
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449 Giardia cysts and Cryptosporidium oocysts at sewage treatment works in Scotland, UK Robertson, L.J
2000
26-30 8 p. 2310-2322
13 p.
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450 Groundwater contamination 1985
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451 Groundwater recharge with reclaimed municipal wastewater: health and regulatory considerations Asano, Takashi
2004
26-30 8 p. 1941-1951
11 p.
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452 Growth of blue-green algae in the Manukau (New Zealand) oxidation ponds—I. Growth potential of oxidation pond water and comparative optima for blue-green and green algal growth Vincent, W.F.
1979
26-30 8 p. 711-716
6 p.
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453 Growth of blue-green algae in the Manukau (New Zealand) oxidation ponds—II. Experimental studies on algal interaction Vincent, W.F.
1979
26-30 8 p. 717-723
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454 Growth response of the green algae Chlorella vulgaris to selective concentrations of zinc Rachlin, Joseph W.
1974
26-30 8 p. 575-577
3 p.
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455 Halophilic biological treatment of tannery soak liquor in a sequencing batch reactor Lefebvre, O.
2005
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456 Heat transfer processes in the bed of a small stream Comer, Larry E.
1977
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457 Heavy metal complexation behavior in anaerobically digested sludges Gould, Michael S.
1978
26-30 8 p. 505-512
8 p.
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458 Heavy metal removal from wastewater in fluidized bed reactor Zhou, Ping
1999
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7 p.
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459 Heterogeneous catalytic degradation of cyanide using copper-impregnated pumice and hydrogen peroxide Kitis, Mehmet
2005
26-30 8 p. 1652-1662
11 p.
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460 High-performance liquid chromatographic study of dissolved organic matter in natural waters Knuutinen, J.
1988
26-30 8 p. 985-990
6 p.
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461 Histopathological effects of intermittent chlorine exposure on bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus) and rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) Bass, Michael L.
1977
26-30 8 p. 731-735
5 p.
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462 Historical PAH fluxes to Lake Michigan sediments determined by factor analysis Rachdawong, Pichaya
1998
26-30 8 p. 2422-2430
9 p.
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463 Hydraulic performance of percolating biological filters and consideration of oxygen transfer Suschka, J.
1987
26-30 8 p. 865-873
9 p.
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464 Hydrochemical characteristics and water quality assessment of surface water and groundwater in Songnen plain, Northeast China Zhang, Bing
2012
26-30 8 p. 2737-2748
12 p.
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465 Hydrology Kitson, T.
1980
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2 p.
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466 Hydrolysis of haloacetonitriles: LINEAR FREE ENERGY RELATIONSHIP, kinetics and products Glezer, Victor
1999
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467 Hypolimnetic withdrawal in two north american lakes with anoxic phosphorus release from the sediment Nürnberg, Gertrud K.
1987
26-30 8 p. 923-928
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468 Hysteresis of the solute concentration/discharge relationship in rivers during storms House, William A.
1998
26-30 8 p. 2279-2290
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469 IAWPRC 12th Biennial International Conference AQUATECH '84 1983
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470 Identification and phylogeny of the small eukaryote population of raw and drinking waters Otterholt, Eli
2011
26-30 8 p. 2527-2538
12 p.
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471 Identification et destruction par l'ozone des odeurs dans les stations d'epuration Jarosz, Julien
1979
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472 Identification of group a coxsackieviruses from sewage samples by indirect enzyme linked immunosorbent assay Pandya, G.
1988
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3 p.
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473 Identification of organic pollutants in Ter river and its system of reservoirs supplying water to Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain): A study by GC/MS and FAB/MS Espadaler, I.
1997
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474 Impact of bubble and free surface oxygen transfer on diffused aeration systems DeMoyer, Connie D
2003
26-30 8 p. 1890-1904
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475 Impact of effluent organic matter on low-pressure membrane fouling in tertiary treatment Ayache, C.
2013
26-30 8 p. 2633-2642
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476 Important operational parameters of membrane bioreactor-sludge disintegration (MBR-SD) system for zero excess sludge production Yoon, Seong-Hoon
2003
26-30 8 p. 1921-1931
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477 Improving the nitrogen removal efficiency of an A2/O based WWTP by using an on-line Knowledge Based Expert System Baeza, J.A
2002
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478 Improving thermophilic anaerobic digestion of swine manure Hansen, Kaare Hvid
1999
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479 Inactivation of enteric microorganisms with chemical disinfectants, UV irradiation and combined chemical/UV treatments Koivunen, J.
2005
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480 Inactivation of Escherichia coli O157:H7 during thermophilic anaerobic digestion of manure from dairy cattle Aitken, Michael D.
2007
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481 Inactivation of indicator microorganisms in estuarine waters Burkhardt III, William
2000
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482 Inactivation of MS2 coliphage by Fenton's reagent Kim, Jee Yeon
2010
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483 Individual and combined effects of copper and silver ions on inactivation of Legionella pneumophila Lin, Yu-Sen E.
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484 Influence of anode material on electrochemical oxidation for the treatment of tannery wastewater Szpyrkowicz, Lidia
2005
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485 Influence of biotic and abiotic factors on human pathogens in a finished compost Pietronave, S
2004
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486 Influence of chemical conditioning on the ion exchange capacity and on kinetic of zinc uptake by clinoptilolite Athanasiadis, Konstantinos
2005
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487 Influence of temperature and river discharge on water quality of the western scheldt estuary Somville, Martine
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972 Volatile organic components migrating from plastic pipes (HDPE, PEX and PVC) into drinking water Skjevrak, Ingun
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973 Water contamination: Impact of tin-lead solder Subramanian, K.S.
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974 Water quality and diatom communities in two catalan rivers (N.E. Spain) Sabater, Sergi
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26-30 8 p. 901-911
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976 Water quality monitoring in the state-managed waters of The Netherlands Wetering, B.G.M.v.d.
1986
26-30 8 p. 1045-1050
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977 Water resources assessment—Methodology and technology source book 1980
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978 Water surface contacting cover system—the basic study for improving the oxygen transfer coefficient and the BOD removal capacity Kim, Young Kyu
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979 Weak and strong acids in the surface waters of the tovdal region in S. Norway Glover, G.M.
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3 p.
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980 Wet air regeneration of PAC: Comparison of carbons with different surface oxygen characteristics Wedeking, C.A.
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26-30 8 p. 929-937
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981 Who Seminar on water pollution control in Khartoum, 20–27 November 1972 Benedek, P.
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