Efficiency in the Bag
Heavy snowfalls made the existing water treatment plant at the Lassen Volcanic National Park in northern California inaccessible during winter months. As activity in the park during colder...

The Membrane Treatment
Innovations in the design and use of pressure-driven membranes can help municipalities reach stringent drinking water quality standards. Although membrane processes have been used successfully...

Long-Term Effects of Suspended Solids Loads on Constructed Wetland Performance
Discussion session summary....

Habitat Development and Wastewater Treatment Wetlands: Natural Combination or Recipe for Failure?
Discussion session summary....

Sustainability Criteria for Water Resource Systems
This committee report, Sustainability Criteria for Water Resource Systems, addresses the need and challenge to reexamine our approaches to...

Design of Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants
This revised manual, updated from the previous edition, aims to be the principal reference of contemporary practice for the design of municipal wastewater treatment plants. The manual...

Grouts and Grouting
A Potpourri of Projects
This proceedings, Grouts and Grouting: A Potpourri of Projects, consists of papers presented at sessions sponsored by the Geo-Institute in...

Solutions Manual-Fluid Mechanics
An interactive Text
The solutions to the end-of-chapter exercises of Fluid Mechanics: An Interactive Text are contained in this manual. These solutions are meant...

Sludge's Re-Treat
The Shreveport, La., water treatment plant was losing up to 25% of the water it pumped into filter backwashing and sludge. Demopulos & Ferguson Associates (DFA), Shreveport, designed...

Brownfields by the Book
To spur the redevelopment of brownfield properties, many state legislatures have passed laws that allow developers to revitalize contaminated industrial sites without the high risks or...

The Pacific Fisheries Legislative Task Force

Organochlorines: The Silent Killer

Considerations for Seismic Assessment of Existing Petrochemical and Terminal Facilities

State-of-the-Art Design of Ocean Outfall Diffuser Systems

Demersal Fish and Invertebrate Population Variability

The Southern California Marine Institute (SCMI)-a Recently Formed Consortium of Southern California Universities

The State Water Resources Control Board's Marine Bioassay Project

Streamlining Contaminated Sediment Management: The Use of Sediment Treatability Profiles During Site Assessment

Characterization of Cement Pore Structure Using Wood's Metal and Mercury Porosimetry

The Quincy Mine Tramway

 

 

 

 

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