Published: Jan 1973
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This paper discusses the need for a closer interaction between the biologist and engineer in water quality management. Various interdisciplinary programs are reviewed which include the academic scene and the technical literature. The author gives an example of how the two disciplines need to work closely in order to meet the requirements to maintain and preserve the aquatic environment.
water pollution, aquatic biology, environmental surveys
Professor of Environmental and Water Resources Engineering, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.