Biological Monitoring of Water and Effluent Quality

    Cairns J, Dickson KL, Westlake GF
    Published: 1976

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    The symposium on Biological Monitoring of Water and Effluent Quality was held at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Va., 2—4 Nov. 1975. The symposium was sponsored by ASTM Committee D19 on Water. R. E. Sparks, K. L. Dickson, G. F. Westlake, and John Cairns, Jr., presided as session chairmen. John Cairns, Jr., K. L. Dickson, and G. F. Westlake, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University served as editors of this publication.

    Table of Contents

    Cairns J.

    Cairns J.

    Keynote Address—Reflections on Pickle-Jar Ecology
    Doudoroff P.

    Biotic Monitoring
    Mount D.

    An Industrial View of Biological Monitoring
    Ladd E.

    Evaluation of an Automated Biological Monitoring System at an Industrial Site
    van der Schalie W., Westlake G.

    An Electronic System to Monitor the Effects of Changes in Water Quality on Fish Opercular Rhythms
    Morgan W.

    A Biological Monitoring System Employing Rheotaxis of Fish
    Besch W., Kemball A., Meyer-Waarden K., Scharf B.

    Rotatory-Flow Technique for Testing Fitness of Fish
    Lindahl P., Olofsson S., Schwanbom E.

    An Automatic System for Rapid Detection of Acute High Concentrations of Toxic Substances in Surface Water Using Trout
    Poels C.

    Rapid Assessment of Water Quality Using the Fingernail Clam, Musculium transversum
    Paparo A., Sparks R.

    Some Monitoring and Analytical Techniques for the Study of Locomotor Responses of Fish to Environmental Variables
    Kleerekoper H.

    A Laser-Based Optical Filtering System to Analyze Samples of Diatom Communities
    Almeida S., Cairns J., Dickson K., Eu J., Slocomb J.

    Automated Measurement of River Productivity for Eutrophication Prediction
    Cosby B., Hornberger G., Kelly M.

    Biological Monitoring in Activated Sludge Treatment Process
    Marks P., Stover E., Woldman M.

    The Importance of Monitoring Change
    Patrick R.

    Research Related to Biological Evaluation of Complex Wastes
    Horning W.

    Some Methods for Hypothesis Testing and Analysis with Biological Monitoring Data
    Green R.

    Time as a Factor in Biomonitoring Estuarine Systems with Reference to Benthic Macrophytes and Epibenthic Fishes and Invertebrates
    Livingston R.


    Committee: D19

    DOI: 10.1520/STP607-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4681-5

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0190-6

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