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The Symposium on Biological Methods for the Assessment of Water Quality was presented at the Seventy-fifth Annual Meeting of ASTM held in Los Angeles, Calif., 26-29 June 1972. The symposium was sponsored by Committee D19 on Water, and was designed to form Subcommittee D19.01 on Biological Monitoring. John Cairns, Jr. and K. L. Dickson, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, presided as cochairmen.
Cairns J., Dickson K.
Mixing Zone Concepts
A Tentative Proposal for a Rapid In-Plant Biological Monitoring System
Cairns J., Sparks R., Waller W.
Rapid Biological Monitoring System for Determining Aquatic Community Structure in Receiving Systems
Cairns J., Dickson K., Lanza G.
Use of Toxicity Tests with Fish in Water Pollution Control
Mount D., Stephan C.
Use of Histologic and Histochemical Assessments in the Prognosis of the Effects of Aquatic Pollutants
Hinton D., Kendall M., Silver B.
Stabilization Oxygen Demand
Use of Artificial Substrate Samplers to Assess Water Pollution
Appleby A., Beak T., Griffing T.
Mobile Bioassay Laboratories
Paper ID: STP528-EB