|Statement||edited by Kenneth L. Dickson, Alan W. Maki, John Cairns, Jr.|
|Contributions||Dickson, Kenneth L., Maki, Alan W., 1947-, Cairns, John, 1923-, Pellston Environmental Workshop (4th : 1981)|
|LC Classifications||QH530.5 .M63 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 413 p. :|
|Number of Pages||413|
|LC Control Number||82071527|
Combines fundamental concepts of pollutant fate and transport with chemical principles in a modern text which assesses environmental quality. Features examples from a wide diversity of water quality issues such as conventional pollutants in rivers, eutrophication of lakes, and toxic organic chemicals and heavy metals in surface and by: Modeling the fate of chemicals in an aquatic environment: The use of computer spreadsheet and graphics software Jeanette M. Southwood Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 1A4Cited by: 7. The Quantitative Water Air Sediment Interaction (QWASI) model, based on the concept of fugacity, is used to develop quantitative descriptions of the fate of chemicals in aquatic environments using LOTUS 1‐2‐3 software on a by: 7. This volume focuses on modelling the fate of chemicals in the environment and the human body to arrive at an integrated exposure covers five broad topics, namely: future challenges in exposure assessment; the evolution of human health and environmental risk assessment; standard documentation for exposure models; modelling different environmental components (i.e. surface .
Transport Phenomena. Chemical Reaction Kinetics. Equilibrium Chemical Modeling. Eutrophication of Lakes. Conventional Pollutants in Rivers. Toxic Organic Chemicals. Modeling Trace Metals. Groundwater Contamination. Atmospheric Deposition and Biogeochemistry. Global Change and Global Cycles. Appendices. Index. PB Modeling the Fate of Toxic Organic Materials in Aquatic Environments Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst, Troy, NY Prepared for Environmental Research Lab. Athens, GA Apr 82 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE National Technical Information Service Fate of Environmental Pollutants Article (PDF Available) in Water Environment Research 81(O) September with Reads How we measure 'reads'. \' I United States Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Research Laboratory Gulf Breeze FL Research and Development EPA//S/ Aug. &ER& Project Summary WASTOX, A Framework for Modeling the Fate of Toxic Chemicals in Aquatic Environments: Part 2.
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