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         Water Pollution:     more books (100)
  1. Water Supply and Pollution Control (8th Edition) by Warren Viessman Jr., Mark J. Hammer, et all 2008-06-19
  2. Industrial Water Pollution Control by W.Wesley Eckenfelder, 2000-10-01
  3. Clean Water: An Introduction to Water Quality and Pollution Control by Kenneth M. Vigil, 2003-04
  4. Water Pollution (True Books: Environment) by Rhonda Lucas Donald, 2002-03
  5. Mine Water: Hydrology, Pollution, Remediation (Environmental Pollution) (Volume 0) by Paul L. Younger, S.A. Banwart, et all 2002-02-01
  6. Water Wars: Privatization, Pollution, and Profit by Vandana Shiva, 2002-02
  7. Basic Environmental Technology: Water Supply, Waste Management & Pollution Control (5th Edition) by Jerry A. Nathanson, 2007-04-07
  8. Don't Drink The Water (without reading this book) The essential Guide to Our Contaminated Drinking Water and What You Can Do About It by Lono Kahuna Kupua A'o, 2004-01-25
  9. Water Supply and Pollution Control (7th Edition) by Warren Viessman Jr., Mark J. Hammer, 2004-05-14
  10. Water: The Fate of Our Most Precious Resource by Marq de Villiers, 2001-07-12
  11. Water Quality: Diffuse Pollution and Watershed Management, 2nd Edition by Vladimir Novotny, 2002-11-15
  12. Pure Water: The Science of Water, Waves, Water Pollution, Water Treatment, Water Therapy and Water Ecology by Casey Adams, 2010-02-01
  13. Instrumentation in Wastewater Treatment Facilities - Mop 21 (Water Pollution Control Federation//Manual of Practice) by Water Environment Federation, Task Force on Instrumentation in Wastewater Treatment Facilities, 1993-01
  14. Introduction to Environmental Law: Cases & Materials on Water Pollution Control by Jeffrey G. Miller, Ann Powers, et all 2008-08-01

1. Association Of State And Interstate Water Pollution Control Administrators - ASI
ASIWPCA, is an independent, nonpartisan organization of state water program managers. ASIWPCA Members represent the state professionals who, on a daily basis, implement surface and groundwater as
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Welcome to the Association of State and Interstate Water Pollution Control Administrators (ASIWPCA) Homepage. Here you will find general information on the Association, its Task Forces and how to contact our Membership, as well as updates on water related Congressional budget activities, federal policy and guidance.
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World Water Monitoring Day

October 18, 2004 Now Available! Clean Water Act Thirty-Year Retrospective:
History and Documents Related to the Federal Statute
States Helping States Conference Calls
First Tuesday of Each Month
3:30-4:30 PM (Eastern)
June 1 -
Stormwater Phase II
July 6 -
NPDES Improvement Project Results
Aug 3 -
Strategic Plan Status
Contact Robbi Savage (202-898-0905) for the call-in number
Working Lands Summit June 22-24, 2004
Spring Board Mtg June 24-25, 2004
Annual Meeting August 8-10, 2004

Mid-Year Meeting March 6-8, 2005
Please select a document to view April 2004 March 2004 February 2004 December 2003/January 2004 November 2003 October 2003 September 2003 August 2003 July 2003 June 2003 Request Old Newsletter Please select a document to view SRF Letter to Senate 3/10/04 Joint SRF Letter to House 3/22/04 SRF Letter to Senate 2/9/04 Administrator's Remarks 3/9/04 Cafo Rule Letter to USDA 11/03 ASIWPCA FY2005 Funding Status Please select a document to view 1 NPDES Call 05-26 (87KB) 1 CAFO Call 05-24 (95KB)

2. Sources Of Water Pollution
Reply to ASKAN-EARTH-SCIENTIST. Subject Sources of water pollution. a)What are the sources of water pollution? b)What are the effects of water pollution?
Subject: Sources of Water Pollution a)What are the sources of water pollution?
b)What are the effects of water pollution?
c)What are the ways we can take to decrease those problem?
a)What are the sources of water pollution?
b)What are the effects of water pollution?
c)What are the ways we can take to decrease those problem?
Dr. Ken Rubin, Assistant Professor
Department of Geology and Geophysics
University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI 96822

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    4. TDEC: Water Pollution Control
    Tennessee Department of Environment Division water pollution Control
    Skip to Content. Home Air Water ... State Parks Main content begins below. Paul E. Davis, Director
    401 Church Street
    Nashville, TN
    NEWS: Quality Systems Standard Operating Procedure for Macroinvertebrate Stream Surveys Final Version Year 2002 303(d) List RFP for TMDL Support Grants Watershed Management Plans ... Permits The Division of Water Pollution Control is responsible for administration of the Tennessee Water Quality Control Act of 1977 (T.C.A. 69-3-101). In addition, the Division is responsible for the non-coal surface mining program and illegal coal mining under the Tennessee Coal Surface Mining Law of 1980, as amended. On an annual basis, the Division monitors, analyzes, and reports on the quality of Tennessee's water. In addition, a number of specific surveys are conducted, including studies of in-stream biological communities and documentation of contaminant levels in sediment and fish flesh. The fish and bacteriological data generated by the Division are used by the Department to issue advisories to the public when levels of contaminants exceed those considered to be protective of public health. Numerous complaints and inquiries are investigated and responded to each year. Under the Water Quality Control Act, municipal, industrial and other discharges of wastewater must obtain a permit from the Division. Approximately, 1,700 permits have been issued under the federally delegated National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES). These permits establish pollution control and monitoring requirements based on protection of designated uses through implementation of water quality standards and other applicable state and federal rules.

    5. Splish Splash!
    How does water pollution affect people and animals? What are some major causes of water pollution? Are you suprised by the frequency and irresponsibility of industrial
    Splish Splash! Splish Splash you were taking a bath... Uh-Oh! Where's the water? You live in a small town on the coast of sunny California and there is a serious problem. You have no more running water. You call the water plant and the news is not good. Due to high bacteria levels in the water supply, the Pacific Ocean, the plant had to temporarily shut down. You now begin to think about all the damage that has probably been done to this huge body of water to cause such a predicament. Even though you just missed a shower, you wonder about the thousands of species of life that actually have to live in that dirty mess! You decide that something must be done. But what? In this three day activity, you are going to make a difference! The Task You find a neighbor who was equally suprised this morning about the town's running water problem. In this case, your neighbor is a partner from this class. You two decide to start your own organization. Your goal is to educate others on why we need to protect the ocean and how we can do it. You also need to choose one marine animal as a mascot for your organization. The first step you must take is to incorporate these ideas into a brochure within the next two days. You will research specific sites on the intenet. The information that you pull from the sites should be compiled into a four page brochure (the four sides of a folded piece of paper). Remember, you are trying to help people help the world!

    6. Water.html
    water pollution in Brazil and California interactive, multidisciplinary website dedicated to problems and solutions related to water pollution.Pictures of Israel
    Water Pollution in Brazil and California A Collaborative, Interdisciplinary Study Last Update: April 29, 2002 This project was completed in 1999. Some of the links may no longer work. Please explore the site and learn about this global project. (April 29,2002) Main Menu
    Eliana Fredo da Costa, Tania Callegaro, Linda Ullah
    at Migal Institute in Israel
    Idalina School Art and Poetry Projects Projects Not Posted Water Art and Poetry HyperStudio Stacks , Edenvale's America Dreams Student Project Pages
    To explore our project choose from the following menu options: About the Project Curriculum Objectives ... Evaluation of Edenvale Program Click the picture for Idalina's ASTL Water Pollution Project Site in Portuguese. E .E.P.S.G. Dona Idalina Macedo Costa Sodre Sao Caetano do Sul, Sao Paulo, Brazil Edenvale Elementary School G.A.T.E. CLASS Oak Grove School District ... San Jose, CA USA KEY INVESTIGATIONS To develop and divulge a new interdisciplinary way to teach through interactive telecommunications by an integration of the disciplines in a thematic context to create an interactive, multidisciplinary website dedicated to problems and solutions related to water pollution. Pictures of Israel (from Post Conference Tour) Visit the Edenvale GATE Class Virtual Mars Colony Project The Great Edenvale Detective Caper The Great Edenvale Detective Caper Revisited in 2002 Global Proj ... San Francisco Muesuem of Modern Art featured a portion of this project on it's eschool site.

    7. Water Pollution
    water pollution AND SOCIETY. By. David Krantz and Brad Kifferstein. INTRODUCTION. Comprising over 70% of the Earth’s surface, water is undoubtedly the most
    WATER POLLUTION AND SOCIETY By David Krantz and Brad Kifferstein INTRODUCTION Comprising over 70% of the Earth’s surface, water is undoubtedly the most precious natural resource that exists on our planet. Without the seemingly invaluable compound comprised of hydrogen and oxygen, life on Earth would be non-existent: it is essential for everything on our planet to grow and prosper. Although we as humans recognize this fact, we disregard it by polluting our rivers, lakes, and oceans. Subsequently, we are slowly but surely harming our planet to the point where organisms
    are dying at a very alarming rate. In addition to innocent organisms dying off, our drinking water has become greatly affected as is our ability to use water for recreational purposes. In order to combat water pollution, we must understand the problems and become part of the solution. POINT AND NONPOINT SOURCES According to the American College Dictionary, pollution is defined as: “to make foul or unclean; dirty.” Water pollution occurs when a body of water is adversely affected due to the addition of large amounts of materials to the water. When it is unfit for its intended use, water is considered polluted. Two types of water pollutants exist; point source and nonpoint source. Point sources of pollution occur when harmful substances are emitted directly into a body of water. The Exxon Valdez oil spill best illustrates a point source water pollution. A nonpoint source delivers pollutants indirectly through environmental changes. An example of this type of water pollution is when fertilizer from a field is carried into a stream by rain, in the form of run-off

    8. Water Pollution 2003
    water pollution 2003. Seventh International Conference on Modelling, Measuring and Prediction of water pollution 18 20 June 2003 Cadiz, Spain,
    POST CONFERENCE REPORT Water Pollution 2003 Seventh International Conference on Modelling, Measuring and Prediction of Water Pollution
    18 - 20 June 2003
    Cadiz, Spain

    this page!
    2005 Conference Information Page

    Proceedings Information
    Organised by Wessex Institute of Technology, UK, and University of Cadiz, Spain
    Sponsored by ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers) UK Group The conference was opened by David Almorza who welcomed the delegates to his Institution and thanked all who had made the meeting possible. He appreciated that many of the delegates had made a special effort to reach the conference, in view of the difficult international situation.
    • Groundwater and aquifer contamination Wastewater treatment Re-use of water Lakes, rivers and wetlands problems Coastal areas and seas Biological effects Organic components Agricultural pollution Oil spills Mathematical and physical modelling Experimental and laboratory work Surveying techniques, monitoring and remote sensing

    9. Environmental Organization WebDirectory - PollutionWater Pollution
    and design to solve water pollution problems. Puget Sound OnLine Environmental Engineering information exchange, water pollution, stochastic method in groundwater modeling
    Pollution :Water Pollution
    Environmental Water Products
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    USGS Water Resources Division
    Water Resources

    10. Illinois EPA - Bureau Of Water
    Land. Water. Offices Projects ». Pollution Prevention. Small Business. Community Relations Water Menu. water pollution Control. Public Water Supply

    Rod R. Blagojevich, Governor
    Agency Links
    • Air Land Water Illinois Home Search
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      Welcome to the Bureau of Water
      The mission of the Bureau of Water is to:
      • Ensure that Illinois' rivers, streams and lakes will support all uses for which they are designated including protection of aquatic life, recreation and drinking water supplies, Ensure that every Illinois Public Water system will provide water that is consistently safe to drink, Protect Illinois' groundwater resource for designated drinking water and other beneficial uses
      Recent News
      April 26: View Draft Legislation information for Surface Discharging Private Sewage Disposal Systems April 23: The 2004 Draft Section 303(d) List is now available for download in pdf format.

    11. Water - Fertilizer - Phosphorus And Water Pollution
    Describing how phosphates pollute water.
    Fertilizer - Phosphorus and Water Pollution
    Phosphate is a major pollution concern in our lakes and streams. This is because high levels of phosphate support over-production of algae and waterweeds. Homeowners may unintentionally contribute to the pollution problem. Lawn and garden fertilizers are sometimes implicated as the pollution source. Research has demonstrated that with proper application, fertilizer is not a significant source. When phosphate is applied to soils, it binds to the soil particles. It becomes highly resistant to leaching or washing through the soil profile. Soil bound phosphate becomes a problem when the soil erodes into the surface water. Erosion occurs from construction sites and sparsely vegetated ground. Be sure to contour soil from construction sites and establish vegetative cover where none exists. Problems also arise when fertilizer is spilt onto hard surfaces or.applied to frozen ground. This washes with rain or snowmelt into storm drains and lakes. To minimize problems, sweep fertilizer off driveways, streets and sidewalks. Street gutters kept free of plant residues have 30 to 40 percent lower phosphate levels in their surface runoff. Therefore, don't blow grass clippings and leaves into the street. Also, mow in a direction that blows clippings back onto the lawn rather than into the street. Under intense rainfall or excessive irrigation, water may not be able to soak into the soil fast enough. Some runoff may occur. Then, soluble forms of phosphorus may be carried in the runoff water even from healthy lawn areas. Under normal conditions the amount of runoff from a healthy, relatively dense lawn is very low.

    12. Water Pollution In The Persian Gulf And The Caspian Sea
    Article from Payame Darya, a publication of the Shipping Organization of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
    Water Pollution in the Persian Gulf and the Caspian Sea
    Payam-e Darya,
    A Publication of the Shipping Organization of the Islamic Republic of Iran
    May 1995, No. 32
    Pages: 13-20
    Word Count: 2945
    Summary: The environmental issues concerning the Persian Gulf and the Caspian Sea, such as the presence of polluting substances have been examined in this study. The conclusion calls for a collective effort by the littoral states to collectively prevent further pollution. Text: The Persian Gulf and its Ecological State The Persian Gulf is a partially closed sea of salty water with an average depth of 35 meters. It joins free international waters through the Strait of Hormuz. A variety of factors have all combined to threaten its environment and its specific ecological characteristics. Among them are its higher rate of water evaporation than fresh water supply, and most significantly, the extended drilling and oil extraction projects that take place here, enabling lucrative exports for the littoral states. The annual water evaporation rate in the Persian Gulf ranges from 150 to 400 cm. This is a high rate compared to other marine areas such as the Mediterranean Sea where evaporation hardly reaches an annual 15 cm. Moreover, the salinity of the water intensifies from the Strait of Hormuz to the northwestern parts, measuring 38 units per thousand in the strait to between 60 to 70 units per thousand in Khour Musa.

    13. Part 1: GST As A Marker Of Water Pollution. MSc Thesis, Tom Rees, 1993
    A review of the literature on the use of enzyme induction in aquatic organisms to measure environmental pollution.
    Literature Review Biological Markers of Water Pollution
    With specific reference to glutathione conjugation Glutathione S-Transferase as a Biological Marker of Aquatic Contamination
    Research Thesis in Applied Toxicology
    Tomas James Rees, Portsmouth University, UK
    In Collaboration with the Water Research Centre, Henley
    © August 1993 Return to the Index Page Visitor number: var site="sm7MScintro" to this page. Introduction
    Tier I biomarkers

    Tier II biomarkers


    Introduction In the attempt to define and measure the effects of pollutants on an ecosystem, biomarkers have attracted a great deal of interest. The principle behind the biomarker approach is the analysis of an organism's physiological or biochemical response to pollutant exposure. When compared with chemical residue analysis, biomarkers have an advantage of being a measure of the stress incurred in the organism, and so are more biologically relevant. However whereas chemical analysis for defined pollutants gives well defined concentration data, biomarkers are often more difficult to interpret. When compared with population parameters, the opposite is the case. Biomarkers are often more easily quantifiable than population parameters, such as growth and reproduction, but whereas measurements of population parameters gives an accurate picture of the ecological effects of the pollutant, biomarkers are not necessarily indicative of a deleterious effect. That is, although all population stresses are necessarily preceded by a biochemical response, all biochemical responses need not be associated with a population stress.

    14. Water Pollution: Student Research Resources: Finding Out About Water Pollution,
    Finding out about water pollution. The Study by Norwegian Ministry of Environment. Indoor air pollution caused by water pollution. Finding
    On our site: Home page About us Network Campaigns ... Contact us
    Finding out about water pollution The world's oceans and rivers have never been under more pressure from pollution. This handy list of information sources points you to books, articles, and websites that tell you what the problems are, how they're caused, and how we can attempt to solve them. There are thousands of web pages about pollution and this is not a complete list. But it'll give you a good start in finding out about most of the issues involved. We're sorry, but we cannot help individual students with projects or homework. All the information we have is on this page. If you can't find it here, sorry, but we don't have it! Last updated: June 7, 2002.
    Websites Try these two constantly updated lists of links on water pollution:
    Cool stuff for schools!
    A lot of the information on this page is quite detailed scientific stuff. If you're doing a project for school, you might not have time to work through all these zillions of links. We suggest you take a look at the links below - you will probably find everything you need for your project right here!

    15. Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program
    Public education resource about watersheds, water quality, and preventing water pollution.
    About MCSTOPPP
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    Stormwater Contacts

    Stormwater Ordinances

    NPDES Phase II General Permit

    Accomplishments and Action Plans -
    ... NEW!
    Marin Watersheds
    Map of Marin's Watersheds

    Rainfall and Creek Levels

    Marin/Sonoma Mosquito and Vector Control District

    Quiz and Interesting Facts
    ... Gettin' Out in Nature Who to Call for Stenciling Hazardous Waste Disposal Recycling Used Motor Oil/ Automotive Products ... Surface Cleaning (sidewalks, buildings, etc.) Wastewater Treatment Plants Caring for our Creeks Creek Restoration/ Permits Join a Creek Group Native Plant Information Pervious Surfaces ... Ann Riley's Stream and River Protection for the Regulator and Program Manager Resources for Consumers Students Business Schools/Teachers ... Horse Owners Less Toxic Pest Management Our Water Our World-Using Alternatives IPM Ordinances Where to Buy Less Toxic Products in Marin Pesticide Groups ... Gardening (Resources) Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program P. O. Box 4186

    16. Water Pollution In The World's Oceans
    Subject water pollution in the World s Oceans. I am doing a report on water pollution and I was wondering if you could give me some info on water pollution.
    Subject: Water Pollution in the World's Oceans I am doing a report on water pollution and I was wondering if you could give me some info on water pollution. I have a few question I would like you to answer. If you have extra information, please send it to me.
  • What laws are there against oil tankers and oil?
  • Which do oil spills hurt more, animals or the ocean?
  • How much do people pollute yearly?
  • What are some ways to stop pollution?
  • How is plastic harmful to the ocean?
  • How can an ocean get contaminated with nuclear radiation?
    per se , as oil is mostly composed of insoluble organic compounds. On the surface, where the lighter components of oil in an oil spill will float, sea birds, phytoplankton (plants) and fishes are all affected during an oil spill. The oil physically fouls birds feathers (making it difficult for them to fly), clogs fishes' gills (making it difficult for them to breath) and blocks out the sunlight (making it difficult for marine plants to photosynthesize). When oil sinks to the bottom of the ocean, it again fouls organisms living in or on the sediments.
    Dr. Ken Rubin, Assistant Professor
  • 17. Water Softeners, Air Pollution Control, Treatment Technologies
    Consulting services, catalysts, and other products for air and water pollution control.
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    Cordonna Associates, Inc. P.O. Box 126 Frederick, PA 19435-0126 Tel (215) 679-0470 Fax (215) 679-0471 Welcome to CAI Technologies . We are your online solution for water softeners and all of your water softener needs and accessories. Our company is dedicated to a wide range of manufacturing, distribution, design and consulting services specializing in air pollution control and water treatment technologies. Have a look around our site. If you have any questions, comments or require additional information, please let us know. We hope you enjoy your visit. site map Catalyst Technology Systems Water Treatment Systems
    CAI Technologies Catalyst Systems Division CAI Technologies Water Treatment Division supplies high quality, residential, commercial, and industrial water softeners and water treatment systems to wholesale and retail customers worldwide. CAI combines professionalism, a commitment to quality, personal attention and advanced technology to provide the best water treatment products and services available today. From residential and commercial water treatment, to an EPA clean-up project or ultra-pure laboratory application, CAI has the wide range of experience and innovative solutions to meet your specific needs.

    18. Water Pollution And Society
    water pollution and Society After an introduction, this site explains point and nonpoint sources of pollution and provides examples. The Causes of pollution section offers information about

    19. Freshwater Website: Water Pollution (Table Of Contents)
    Bulk Water Removal and Water Export Floods Water Efficiency/ Conservation Water Modelling water pollution Water Quality Water Resource Economics Water Use.
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