Monitoring of Water Quality (Scientific and Applied Aspects)

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Anatoly Maximovich Nikanorov
The Russian Academy of Sciences, Hydrochemical Institute, Rostov-on-Don, Russia

Series: Environmental Science, Engineering and Technology, Water Resource Planning, Development and Management
BISAC: SCI026000

In this book a brief description of monitoring systems of the most developed countries of the world (the USA, Canada, European states) and Global Environment Monitoring System (GEMS/WATER) is given. A structure of a state monitoring system of inland surface waters of the Russian Federation including the subsystems of surveillance, operational and special types of monitoring is considered in detail. A large section of the book is dedicated to the results of full-scale ecological modelling and a study of intrabasin processes as a basis for ecological standardization. A methodology for complex assessment of water quality is analyzed and the most recognized and official method in Russia for complex assessments of ISW pollution level is described. (Imprint: Nova)

 

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Preface

SECTION I. MONITORING AND CLASSIFICATION OF WATER QUALITY IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES

Chapter 1 – MONITORING OF INLAND SURFACE WATER QUALITY IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES

Chapter 2 – INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATIONS AND PROGRAMS FOR SURFACE WATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT

SECTION II. RUSSIAN STATE SURFACE WATER MONITORING SYSTEM

Chapter 3 – SURFACE WATER MONITORING IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Chapter 4 – SURVEILLANCE MONITORING OF SURFACE WATERS

Chapter 5 – OPERATIONAL MONITORING OF SURFACE WATERS

Chapter 6 – REMOTE SENSING METHODS OF OPERATIONAL MONITORING

Chapter 7 – AUTOMATED SUBSYSTEMS FOR OBSERVATION AND CONTROL OF SURFACE WATER POLLUTION

Chapter 8 – SPECIAL KINDS OF OBSERVATIONS IN INLAND SURFACE WATER MONITORING

SECTION III. CERTAIN THEORETIC ASPECTS OF ECOLOGICAL MODELING AND STANDARDIZATION

Chapter 9 – WATERS QUALITY MONITORING AND INTRA-WATER BASIN PROCESSES

Chapter 10 – BUFFER CAPACITY OF FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS

Chapter 11 – DISTRIBUTION OF HEAVY METALS AND EVALUATION OF MAXIMAL PERMISSIBLE ECOLOGICAL LOADS IN MODEL FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS

Chapter 12 – COMPLEX ASSESSMENTS OF THE INLAND SURFACE WATERS QUALITY MONITORING

SECTION IV. MATHEMATICAL METHODS OF HUMAN IMPACT ON FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS ASSESSMENT

Chapter 13 – FUNDAMENTAL PROPOSITIONS OF MATHEMATICAL DYNAMICAL HYDROLOGY

Chapter 14 – NORMALIZING THE IMPACT ON OSCILLATORY PROCESSES IN THE AQUATIC ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS

Chapter 15 – MODEL ADAPTIVE REACTIONS

Chapter 16 – EXAMPLES OF MATHEMATICAL DESCRIPTION OF ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS

Chapter 17 – SYNCHRONIZATION OF PROCESSES IN AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS

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