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    Monitoring Water in the 1990's: Meeting New Challenges

    Glysson D, Hall JR
    Published: 1991

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    11 chapters:

    • General Specifications, Technical Resources, and Statistical Methods

    • Sampling of Water and Water-Formed Deposits, and Surveillance of Water

    • Methods of Radiochemical Analysis

    • Inorganic Constituents in Water

    • Methods for Analysis for Organic substances in Water

    • Sediments

    • Membranes and Ion Exchange Materials

    • Saline Water and Water for Subsurface Injection

    • Standards for Water Power Generation and Processes

    • Water Microbiology

    • Identification of Waterborne Oils.

    Table of Contents


    Monitoring More -- Measuring Less and Less

    Standardizing and Implementing Good Laboratory Practices

    Information Management in the Environmental Laboratory

    The Projected Change in the Development of Specifications and Guides Describing Water Quality Over the Next Ten Years

    Power Plant Water Chemistry Research at EPRI in the 1990's

    Development of an On-Line Expert System: Cycle Chemistry and Demineralizer Operation Advisor

    Nuclear Power Plant Water Quality in the 1990s -- An INPO Perspective

    Long-Term Management of Hanford Site Single-Shell Tank Waste

    HPGe Gamma Spectroscopy Measurement of Natural Radionuclides in Water with a Focus on Current Hardware and Software Technologies

    Radioactive/Mixed Waste Problems and Strategies 10CFR61 Radioanalytical Techniques and Instrumentation Mixed Waste Analyses and Instrumentation

    U. S. Environmental Protection Agency Water Monitoring in the 1990s

    Monitoring Water: The Legal Perspective

    Special Studies at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power to Address New EPA Regulations

    Performance Testing of Selected Test Kits for Analysis of Water Samples

    Futuristic Approaches to Environmental Analysis and Monitoring for Pollution Prevention and Control

    Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometry for Analysis of Organic Mixtures

    A Gas Chromatography Detector Based on Chemiluminescence for the Determination of Pesticides

    Direct Sample-to-Column Purging with Whole Column Cryotrapping (P/WCC) for the Determination of Volatile Organic Compounds in Water

    Present Practice and Future Prospects for Field Gas Chromatography

    Evaluation of the Hanby Field Test Kit for Detection of Aromatics in Water

    Relation Between the National Handbook of Recommended Methods for Water Data Acquisition and ASTM Standards

    The Role of Sediment-Trace Element Chemistry in Water-Quality Monitoring and the Need for Standard Analytical Methods

    Data Standardization--The Key to Effective Management

    Electrodialysis is Meeting New Challenges

    The Application of Ion Exchange to Meet the Many Challenges to Produce an Improved Grade of Pure Water in the 90'S

    Usage of Chemicals in Offshore Oil and Gas Production

    Monitoring Water Quality in Thermal Power Systems

    Industrial High Purity Water — A Market Overview

    Recent Developments and New Technologies for Microbiological Analyses of Water — An Overview

    Methods for Virus Detection in Water

    New Technology for Protozoology: Immunofluorescence and Gene Probe Technology for Detection of Parasites

    Emerging Techniques in Pollution Control

    Monitoring Microbial Pathogens and Indicator Microorganisms in Water by Using the Polymerase Chain Reaction and Gene Probes

    Performance of the Colilert Presence/Absence Test Compared to Membrane Filtration Method for Coliform Analysis of Potable Water Samples

    Application of the Direct Microscopic Count to the Evaluation of Water Treatment Plant Performance

    Evaluation of a Method to Detect Giardia and Cryptosporidium in Water

    A Comparison of Indirect Fluorescence, Modified Reference(Non-Acidified), and Modified Reference(Acidified) Techniques for Giardia Detection in Northeastern Waters

    Statistical Design and Analysis of Assays for Monitoring Waterborne Viruses

    Evaluation of Rotavirus Test Kits for Possible Use with Environmental Samples

    Detection of Human Enteroviruses Recovered from Water by the Streptavidin-Biotin/Nitrocellulose-Enzyme Immunoassay Procedure (SAB/NC-EIA)

    Suggested Microbiological Water Quality Tests for Developing Countries and Rural and Isolated North American Communities

    Evaluating the Relative Performance of ASTM Methods in the Laboratory and the Field

    Classification of Jet Fuels Using High Resolution Gas Chromatography and Pattern Recognition

    Expert Systems for Classification and Identification of Waterborne Petroleum Oils

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: D19

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1102-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5163-5

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1407-4

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