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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. Water Pollution
water pollution. Water is probably one of the most important resourceswe have. People can survive without food for several weeks
Water Pollution
Water is probably one of the most important resources we have. People can survive without food for several weeks, but without water we would die in less than one week. On a slightly less dramatic note, millions of litres of water are needed every day worldwide for washing, irrigating crops, and cooling industrial processes, not to mention leisure industries such as swimming pools and watersports centres. Despite our dependence on water, we use it as a dumping ground for all sorts of waste, and do very little to protect the water supplies we have. There are several threats to our water resources. Oil spills kill thousands of seabirds and can wreck water desalination plants and industrial plants drawing their water from affected coastlines. However, oil can get into the sea from many other sources , and cause just as much damage. Poor management of existing water resources can lead to those resources running out or at least shrinking, such as the Aral Sea . More locally, the North Sea is suffering from heavy pollution. Much of the pollution in rivers and seas comes from chemicals, mainly from agriculture . Another pollution issue which is often overlooked is thermal pollution This page was produced by Mark Bennett for the Database for Use in Schools project. All views expressed in this page and all others for this project are the views of the author and not necessarily that of Southampton University.

2. Water Pollution: Student Research Resources: Finding Out About Water Pollution,
A collection of books, articles, and web links on river and marine pollution and related issues.
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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. You can help our work by clicking on this banner and buying stuff from
Websites Try these two constantly updated lists of links on water pollution:
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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!

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    4. Freshwater Website: Water Pollution (Table Of Contents)
    General information on the pollution of Canada's surface and ground water. Teacher's Corner. water pollution Links. All Links
    Bulk Water Removal and Water Export


    Water Efficiency/ Conservation

    Water Modelling
    The Third World Water Forum

    Water Pollution Links
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    Publications - General Publications - Technical Environment Canada - Other ...
    Be a responsible consumer
    Groundwater pollution
    How we contaminate groundwater
    Groundwater contamination from a waste disposal site

    Sources of groundwater contamination
    Saltwater intrusion ... Canada Site The Green Lane TM , Environment Canada's World Wide Web site

    5. Association Of State And Interstate Water Pollution Control Administrators - ASI
    Independent, nonpartisan organization of state water program managers.Category Business Energy and Environment Associations......Java(tm). Welcome to the Association of State and Interstate WaterPollution Control Administrators (ASIWPCA) Homepage. Here you
    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. 2002 is the Year of Clean Water and the 30th Anniversary of the Clean Water Act. To learn more click the link above.
    Please select a document February 2003 January 2003 December 2002 Oct.-Nov. 2002 September 2002 August 2002 July 2002 June 2002 May 2002 April 2002 March 2002 February 2002 January 2002 Request Old Newsletter Please select a document ASIWPCA Strategic Plan 2/03 319 sanctions/CZARA 6217 1/03 Rescinding 2002 TMDL Rule 1/03 Propose New TMDL Rule 1/03 Farm Bill Website Draft Stormwater Comments 11/02 Eliminating Mercury House SRF Testimony Senate SRF Testimony CT N Trading Factsheet EBO SRF Position Paper This website uses Adobe Acrobat®
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    6. TDEC: Division Of Water Pollution Control
    The main page for TDEC's Division of water pollution Control. The Division of water pollution Control is responsible for the administration of the Tennessee Water Quality Control Act
    Search TennesseeAnytime TN Department of Environment and Conservation Directory Help Center nature ... waste
    Division of Water Pollution Control Paul E. Davis, Director
    401 Church Street
    Nashville, TN 37243-1534
    Questions, Concerns, Complaints
    Bacteriological and Fishing Advisories in Tennessee Abandoned Mine Lands Program WPC Publications ... Rules and Regulations The Watershed Management Approach Information on Tennessee's TMDL Program WPC's Public Participation Opportunities Tennessee's Unified Watershed Assessment Categories Tennessee Wetlands ... Tennessee's Online Water Quality Assessment The Division of Water Pollution Control is responsible for the 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. 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. Additional information about the permits issued by the Division of Water Pollution Control is found in the

    7. Fresh Water And Fresh Water Pollution Web Resources For Students
    water pollution AND SOCIETY David Krantz and Brad Kifferstein Comprising over 70% of the Earth s surface, water is undoubtedly the most precious natural resource that exists on our planet.
    Elementary Themes
    Fresh Water Ecology
    and Pollution
    General Resources
    All About Water The Water Cycle
    Ground Water
    ... Ecosystems: Wetlands
    General Resources Earth's Water
    Earth is the "watery planet". Viewed from space it is predominantly blue, as 74 % of its surface is covered by water. Oceans contain 97 % of the earth's water while the remaining 3 % is classified as freshwater. Seventy-seven percent of this surface freshwater is stored as ice and 22% as groundwater and soil moisture. The remaining freshwater, making up less than 1 % of the world total, is contained in lakes, rivers and wetlands.
    Q and Answers About Water

    We've put together a list of questions and answers about water that hopefully you will find interesting and amusing. Things like, "Is salt water used for anything in the U.S.?," and, "How can we have a 100-year flood two years in a row?"
    Freshwater Ecology

    Ecology is the study of plants, animals and their environments and how all of these affect each other. Glossary of Water Related Terms Use this glossary to look up words found on the Yarra Valley Water World Wide Web Site. For example, the definition of zooplankton can be found by clicking on the letter Z Click on the letter to return to the top of this glossary.
    Top of Page
    The Water Cycle The Water Cycle You may be familiar with how water is always cycling around, through, and above the Earth, continually changing from liquid water to water vapor to ice. One way to envision the water cycle is to follow a drip of water around as it moves on its way. I could really begin this story anywhere along the cycle, but I think the ocean is the best place to start, since that is where most of Earth's water is.

    8. Water Pollution
    Links to current information on water quality and treatment issues.

    Environews by Topic

    Environews by Topic:
    Water Pollution Coastal Cities: Living on the Edge.
    Pooling Data on Coastal Zones.

    E. coli Exposed.

    Holton, W. Conard. (110N10 INN: A586-A589)
    The Diarrhea Dilemma: Managing Illness in Mexico.

    Weinhold, Bob. (110N10 SS: A590) EPA Money Hits the Beach. (110N8 BEAT: A453) Pulp Mills Make More Males: Skewing the Sex Ratio in Fish. Freeman, Kris S. (110N8 SS: A474) Up a Chemical Creek. Bob Weinhold. (110N7 FOR: A390) If a Tree Falls in the City. Scott Fields. (110N7 FOR: A392) A Cleaner Way to Color Cotton What Llama Doo Can Do (110N5 Beat: A235) How Arsenic Acts: Evidence of Oxidative Stress Tibbetts, John. (110N4 SS: A204) The Hudson: A River Runs through an Environmental Controversy Unwell Water in South Carolina Chepesiuk, Ron. (110N4 FOR: A182) Overpowering Manure Tenenbaum, David J. (110N4 FOR: A181)

    9. 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.

    10. 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: 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.

    11. Environmental Organization WebDirectory - PollutionWater Pollution
    engineering and design to solve water pollution problems. Puget Sound OnLine - Puget Sound Water Quality Action Team's

    12. Water Softener, Water Softeners, Reverse Osmosis, Ultraviolet, Filters, Conditio
    Consulting services, catalysts, and other products for air and water pollution control.
    water softener, water softeners, reverse osmosis, ultraviolet, water filters, water conditioners, water purifiers, catalyst, diesel exhaust purifiers, oxidation catalyst, emission control, groundwater remediation, soot trap, particulate Welcome to Cordonna Associates, Inc. (CAI Technologies). 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.
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    13. NE Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission - Education & Outreach
    Education is instrumental in bringing about positive change; both the New EnglandInterstate water pollution Control Commission and its Environmental Training
    Training, Educating, and Coordinating Interstate
    Water Quality Improvement
    Educational Projects
    Educational Resources
    NEIWPCC Publications
    NEIWPCC's L.U.S.T.Line , a national bulletin on underground storage tanks (USTs), is funded in part with a grant from the EPA Office of Underground Storage Tanks (OUST). The publication informs state and federal UST regulators, consultants, contractors, and tank owners about state and federal UST/LUST state cleanup fund issues. It also includes details about UST/LUST activities and spill remediation and prevention technologies.
    To receive a complimentary copy of L.U.S.T.Line , please e-mail your mailing address to us at
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    To subscribe, return the subscription form in your complimentary copy to NEIWPCC's office. Subscriptions are free for state and federal employees. Water Connection is NEIWPCC's primary vehicle for raising awareness on a range of water-related environmental issues. This free publication addresses emerging and on-going topics related to water and its interaction with air, land, and living organisms.
    To view recent issues, visit our

    14. The Green Lane: Environmental Priority - Clean Water
    water pollution has wideranging impacts on our health, our environment and our economy.

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    Environmental Priority - Clean Water
    Getting Environmental Results on Clean Water
    Canada is often called a "water-rich" nation, as we are the stewards of 9 % of the world's renewable fresh water supply, and we have the longest oceans coastline of any country, as well as the second largest continental shelf along our coasts. The fact is, however, in a global context, Canadians are the second-highest users of water in their day-to-day lives. Our high per capita water usage, coupled with other stressors such as population growth, introduces pressures on Canada's freshwater resources. Also, while we enjoy one of the highest standards of clean water in the world, pollution also remains an important problem in some of our waters. In some areas, people cannot swim or eat the fish they catch.
    What Causes Water Pollution?
    The quality of Canada's freshwater and marine areas is affected by three important water pollution problems: toxic substances, excess nutrients, and sedimentation.

    15. Water Pollution Forum :: Index
    A forum covering water pollution issues, including drinking water, hard water, well water, pond water Category Society Issues Health Water Treatment......water pollution Forum Forum Index, water pollution Forum We hope you can find allthe solutions to your water pollution and water problems on our free forum
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    16. Water Pollution 2003
    water pollution 2003. Seventh International Conference on Modelling, Measuringand Prediction of water pollution 18 20 June 2003 Cadiz, Spain,
    PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME Water Pollution 2003 Seventh International Conference on Modelling, Measuring and Prediction of Water Pollution
    18 - 20 June 2003
    Cadiz, Spain

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    sized preview Call for Papers Organised by Wessex Institute of Technology, UK, and University of Cadiz, Spain
    Sponsored by ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers) UK Group Provisional Programme Book Accommodation Registration Form Location ... PDF Provisional Programme
    (Size 146KB) CONFERENCE CHAIRMEN C A Brebbia
    Wessex Institute of Technology, UK
    D Almorza University of Cadiz, Spain D Sales University of Cadiz, Spain INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE P Anagnostopoulos University of Thessaloniki, Greece

    17. Wessex Institute Of Technology - Conferences 2003
    water pollution 2003 Seventh International Conference on Modelling, Measuringand Prediction of water pollution 18 20 June 2003, Cadiz, Spain.
    2003 Call for Papers URBAN TRANSPORT 2003
    Ninth International Conference on Urban Transport and The Environment in the 21st Century
    10 - 12 March 2003, Crete Greece Accommodation Booking Final Programme Secure Registration

    Sixth International Conference on Computer Methods and Experimental Measurements for Surface Treatment Effects
    11 - 13 March 2003, Crete, Greece Accommodation Booking Conference Programme Secure Registration

    Sixth International Conference on Computational Methods in Contact Mechanics 12 - 14 March 2003, Crete, Greece

    18. Water Pollution And Hazardous Waste
    Quizzes and polls to test a person's knowledge about water pollution. Includes resources about ways to help the situation.

    19. Iowa Water Pollution Control Association
    Member association of the Water Environment Federation, concerned with wastewater treatment and water Category Science Environment Water Resources Organizations......IOWA water pollution CONTROL ASSOCIATION Established 1915 The object© 19992003 Iowa water pollution Control Association.
    General Information

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    Committee Reports Job Postings ... 5-S Members Please report any problems with this site to IOWA WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ASSOCIATION
    Established 1915 The object of the Association shall be the advancement of the knowledge of design, construction, operation, and management of WATER POLLUTION CONTROL WORKS and the encouragement of a friendly exchange of information and experience A Member Association of the Water Environment Federation Current Topics *** IMPORTANT *** Surprised by your stormwater permit application? Iowa Children's Water Festival Wins Prestigious Governor's Environmental Award! You are visitor number since May 12, 1999 Iowa Water Pollution Control Association 707 Diamond Court Ames, Iowa 50010-8407

    20. US Virgin Islands - Coastal Zone Management Program - Department Of Planning And
    About the Virgin Islands coastal zone, program objectives, and rules and regulations. Topics include water pollution and coral reefs.
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