The Resource Advances in environmental research, volume 53, Justin A. Daniels, editor, (electronic resource/)

Advances in environmental research, volume 53, Justin A. Daniels, editor, (electronic resource/)

Label
Advances in environmental research, volume 53
Title
Advances in environmental research
Title number
volume 53
Statement of responsibility
Justin A. Daniels, editor
Subject
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Language
eng
Member of
Dewey number
577.072
Index
index present
LC call number
QH541.2
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Advances in environmental research
Series volume
Vol. 53
Label
Advances in environmental research, volume 53, Justin A. Daniels, editor, (electronic resource/)
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Publication
Note
Includes index
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
Content category
text
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txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Chapter 1; Providing Data to Guide Environmental Health Education: Using Cross-Sectional Data from an Arsenic Biomonitoring Study to Improve Environmental Health Interventions; Abstract; Introduction; Methods; Findings; Demographics; Water Arsenic Concentration; Hair Arsenic Concentration; Relationship between Hair and Water Arsenic Concentration; Hair Loss Due to Arsenic Exposure; Skin Problems; Multivariate Analysis; Knowledge about Arsenic; Conclusion and Recommendation; References; Biographical Sketches; Chapter 2
  • The Effect of Climate Change on the Distribution and Diversity of Soil Microorganisms and Their Adaptation MechanismsAbstract; Introduction; Climate Change and the Complexity of Microbial Community in Soils; The Impact of Climate Change on Soil and Soil Biota; The Effect of Fire and Erosion on Soil Microorganisms; Microbial Contributions to Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Soil Microbial Responses to Global Climate Change; Microbial Response to Increased Temperatures; Microbial Response to Increased CO2; Microbial Response to Changing Precipitation
  • Interactive Effects of Climate Change FactorsAdaptation of Microbes to Climate Change; Microbial Enhancement to Tolerances of Plants to Stressful Conditions; Mitigation Options of GHG Fluxes; Biochar as Climate Change Mitigation Option; Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 3; Smectite-Salt Soil Formations In Situ and Ex Situ; Abstract; Introduction; Crystal Structure of Smectite; Smectite Interaction with Soluble Salts; The Effect of Soluble Salts on the Smectite Microstructure; Smectite-Salt Formations in Soils; Conclusion; References; Chapter 4
  • Development of an Automated Water Treatment SystemAbstract; Nomenclature; 1. Introduction; 1.1. Importance of Clean Accessible Water; 1.2. Need for Automated Control; 1.3. Problem Statement; 1.4. Aims; 1.5. Problem Rationale; 1.6. Experimental Work Plan; 2. Theoretical Background; 2.1. Types of Level Measurement; 2.1.1. Point Level Measurement; 2.1.2. Continuous Level Measurement; 2.1.3. Direct Measurement; 2.1.4. Inferred Measurement; 2.2. Types of Level Sensors; 2.2.1. Continuous Float Level Sensors; 2.2.2. Switch-Type Float Level Sensors; 2.2.3. Pressure Sensors
  • 2.2.4. Ultrasonic Level Sensors2.2.5. Laser Level Sensors; 2.2.6. Guided Wave Radar Level Sensors; 2.3. Water Treatment Methods; 2.3.1. Air-Stripping and Aeration; 2.3.2. Coagulation Processes; 2.3.3. Ion Exchange; 2.3.4. Chemical Precipitation; 2.3.5. Membrane Process; 2.3.6. Disinfection; 2.3.7. Adsorption; 2.4. Water Treatment Chemicals; 2.4.1. Calcium Carbonate; 2.4.2. Chlorine; 2.4.3. Sodium Hydroxide; 2.4.4. Calcium Nitrate; 2.5. Water Tests; 2.5.1. pH Tests; 2.5.2. Conductivity Tests; 2.6. Drinking Water Standards; 2.7. Statistical Analysis; 2.7.1. Mean; 2.7.2. Standard Deviation
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Label
Advances in environmental research, volume 53, Justin A. Daniels, editor, (electronic resource/)
Publication
Note
Includes index
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Chapter 1; Providing Data to Guide Environmental Health Education: Using Cross-Sectional Data from an Arsenic Biomonitoring Study to Improve Environmental Health Interventions; Abstract; Introduction; Methods; Findings; Demographics; Water Arsenic Concentration; Hair Arsenic Concentration; Relationship between Hair and Water Arsenic Concentration; Hair Loss Due to Arsenic Exposure; Skin Problems; Multivariate Analysis; Knowledge about Arsenic; Conclusion and Recommendation; References; Biographical Sketches; Chapter 2
  • The Effect of Climate Change on the Distribution and Diversity of Soil Microorganisms and Their Adaptation MechanismsAbstract; Introduction; Climate Change and the Complexity of Microbial Community in Soils; The Impact of Climate Change on Soil and Soil Biota; The Effect of Fire and Erosion on Soil Microorganisms; Microbial Contributions to Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Soil Microbial Responses to Global Climate Change; Microbial Response to Increased Temperatures; Microbial Response to Increased CO2; Microbial Response to Changing Precipitation
  • Interactive Effects of Climate Change FactorsAdaptation of Microbes to Climate Change; Microbial Enhancement to Tolerances of Plants to Stressful Conditions; Mitigation Options of GHG Fluxes; Biochar as Climate Change Mitigation Option; Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 3; Smectite-Salt Soil Formations In Situ and Ex Situ; Abstract; Introduction; Crystal Structure of Smectite; Smectite Interaction with Soluble Salts; The Effect of Soluble Salts on the Smectite Microstructure; Smectite-Salt Formations in Soils; Conclusion; References; Chapter 4
  • Development of an Automated Water Treatment SystemAbstract; Nomenclature; 1. Introduction; 1.1. Importance of Clean Accessible Water; 1.2. Need for Automated Control; 1.3. Problem Statement; 1.4. Aims; 1.5. Problem Rationale; 1.6. Experimental Work Plan; 2. Theoretical Background; 2.1. Types of Level Measurement; 2.1.1. Point Level Measurement; 2.1.2. Continuous Level Measurement; 2.1.3. Direct Measurement; 2.1.4. Inferred Measurement; 2.2. Types of Level Sensors; 2.2.1. Continuous Float Level Sensors; 2.2.2. Switch-Type Float Level Sensors; 2.2.3. Pressure Sensors
  • 2.2.4. Ultrasonic Level Sensors2.2.5. Laser Level Sensors; 2.2.6. Guided Wave Radar Level Sensors; 2.3. Water Treatment Methods; 2.3.1. Air-Stripping and Aeration; 2.3.2. Coagulation Processes; 2.3.3. Ion Exchange; 2.3.4. Chemical Precipitation; 2.3.5. Membrane Process; 2.3.6. Disinfection; 2.3.7. Adsorption; 2.4. Water Treatment Chemicals; 2.4.1. Calcium Carbonate; 2.4.2. Chlorine; 2.4.3. Sodium Hydroxide; 2.4.4. Calcium Nitrate; 2.5. Water Tests; 2.5.1. pH Tests; 2.5.2. Conductivity Tests; 2.6. Drinking Water Standards; 2.7. Statistical Analysis; 2.7.1. Mean; 2.7.2. Standard Deviation
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ocn962751193
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1 online resource (access may be restricted)
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online
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computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
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c
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Specific material designation
remote

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