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Improving Water Supply Networks: Fit for Purpose Strategies and Technologies
Authors: Hamilton S., Wyeth G., Charalambous B.
IWA, Pub. Date: 15. 3. 2021
Future-oriented technologies and concepts to increase water availability by water reuse and desalination
Author: Drewes J. E.
IWA, Pub. Date: 15. 4. 2021
ISBN13: 9781789062496

U příležitosti 100. výročí aktivačního procesu vydává IWA publikaci
Activated sludge - 100 Years and Counting
Editors: prof. Jenkins and prof. Wanner
Publication date: June 2014, ISBN: 9781780404936
Pages: 288, Hardback

Publikace se zabývá historií aktivace, současnými problémy procesu, ale i vývojem do budoucna.
Součástí jsou rovněž texty přednášek stejnomenné konference, která se konala 12.-14.6. v německém Essenu.


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Microbial Growth in Drinking Water Distribution Systems
Reservoir Eutrophication: Preventive Management
Soil and Water Contamination
Cryptosporidium Literature Review
Milestones in Water Reuse
Natural Wastewater Treatment Systems
Nanotechnology for Water and Wastewater Treatment

Progress in Environmental Microbiology
Editors: Myung-Bo Kim
Binding: Hardcover
Pub. Date: 2008
ISBN: 1-60021-940-3
This book presents new and important research on environmental microbiology which is area of interaction that studies the interaction of microorganisms with the environment. It includes the structure, activities and communal behaviour of microbial communities, microbial interactions and interactions with plants, animals and non-living environmental factors, population biology and clonal structure microbes and surfaces, adhesion and biofouling responses to environmental signals and stress factors growth and survival, modelling and theory development, microbial community genetics and evolutionary processes, microbial physiological, metabolic and structural diversity, pollution microbiology, extremophiles and life in extreme and unusual little-explored habitats, primary and secondary production, element cycles and biogeochemical processes and microbially-influenced global changes.

Table of Contents:

Expert Commentaries

Commentary A - Complex Ecology of Microbial Biofilm Communities in Drinking Water Supply Systems, pp. 1-6;
(B.P. Zietz)

Commentary B - Network Study of Interspecies Relationships Will Open New Aspects of Microbial Ecology, pp. 7-10;
(Shin Haruta and Yasuo Igarashi)

Research and Review Articles

Chapter I - Evolution of Symbiotic Bacteria in "Plant-Soil" Systems: Interplay of Molecular and Population Mechanisms, pp. 11-67;
(Nikolai A. Provorov and Nikolai I. Vorobyov)

Chapter II - Mixtures of Microorganisms in Biocontrol, pp. 69-110;
(Magdalena Szczech)

Chapter III - Heavy Metals and Microorganisms in the Environment: Taking Advantage of Reciprocal Interactions for the Development of a Wastewater Treatment Process, pp. 111-149;
(Diana L. Vullo, Helena M. Ceretti, Silvana A.M. Ramírez and Anita Zalts)

Chapter IV - Community Level Physiological Profiles as Influenced by Soil Management. Critical Considerations about their Interpretation, pp. 151-168;
(Elena del Valle Gomez and Olga Susana Correa)

Chapter V - Endogenic and Anthropogenic Adsorption of Cu and Zn onto the Non-Residual and Residual Compounds in the Surficial Sediments (Natural Surface Coating Samples), pp. 169-186;
(Y. Li, X.L. Wang, X.Y. Du and T. Wang)

Chapter VI - Colonisation of Water Systems in the Built Environment of Northern Germany by Legionella spp. and Pseudomonas spp.,
pp. 187-202;
(B.P. Zietz and H. Dunkelberg)

Chapter VII - Improving Fecal Coliform Removal in Maturation Ponds, pp. 203-221;
(Nibis Bracho and Clark L. Casler)

Chapter VIII - Antagonistic Effect of Microbially-treated Mixture of Agro-Industrial Wastes and Inorganic Insoluble Phosphate to Fusarium Wilt Disease, pp. 223-234;
(N. Vassilev, M. Fenice, E. Jurado, A. Reyes, I. Nikolaeva and M. Vassileva)

Chapter IX - Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH) in Aquatic Bacteria, pp. 235-244;
(Ilias Tirodimos and Malamatenia Arvanitidou)
Water Microbiology: Types, Analyses and Disease-Causing Microorganisms
Odkaz: https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=10847&osCsid=2f0cca54b07e19c227853e5cf764c586
Editors: Andriy Lutsenko and Vasyl Palahniuk

Microbiology Research Advances
Nova Science Publishers Inc
Binding: Hardcover
Pub. Date: 2011 - 1st Quarter
Pages: 364.pp
ISBN: 978-1-60741-273-1

Water microbiology is concerned with the microorganisms that live in the water, or those that can be transported from one habitat to another by water. The improvement of pathogen detection methodology is an important issue for the efficient prevention of waterborne outbreaks in the populations worldwide. This book describes the direct detection of pathogens by molecular biologic techniques., i.e techniques based on the analysis of the nucleic acid content (DNA and RNA) of pathogens. The biosensor technology is also reviewed, focusing on their potential application for pathogen detection in water environments. Furthermore, this book presents a review on the aerobic and anaerobic processes (nutrients removal) used in the microbiological treatment of domestic wastewater and some new improvements on the bioremediation techniques. Also discussed is the biodiversity of microorganisms involved in these processes and the molecular tools that are applied to these studies. Other chapters examine both the magnitude and variety of microbes and microbial products administered in dental water, a discussion of the probable impacts of global climate change on waterborne parasitic infections, and the effects of the growth of aquaculture production systems on the quality of water and food produced.

Table of Contents:

Molecular Approach for Detection of Waterborne Pathogens pp. 1-54`
(Aly E. Abo-Amer, Division of Microbiology, Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Taif University, Taif, Saudi Arabia Kingdom)

Legionella Pneumophila: Legionnaires’ Disease pp.55-104
(Atac Uzel, E. Esin Hames-Kocabas, Ege University, Faculty of Science, Department of Biology, Basic and Industrial Microbiology Section, Bornova, Izmir, Turkey and others)

Recent Advances in Pathogen Detection Methods pp.105-144
(Cristina García-Aljaro and Eva Baldrich, Instituto de Microelectrónica de Barcelona, Centro Nacional de Microelectrónica, CSIC, Esfera UAB, Campus UAB, Barcelona, Spain)

Biotechnology for Remediation of Domestic Wastewater pp.145-179
(Arodí Bernal-Martínez, Elcia Margareth Souza Brito, Germán Cuevas-Rodríguez, César A. Caretta, Grupo de Ingeniería Ambiental - Departamento de Ingeniería Civil, Universidad de Guanajuato, Guanajuato, Mexico)

Microbiology of Dental Waterlines (Mark K. Huntington, FAAFP, Assistant Director, Sioux Falls Family Medicine Residency Program, Center for Family Medicine, Sioux Falls, South Dakota)pp.181-213

Hospital Water as a Reservoir of Risk for Healthcare-Associated Infection pp.215-244 (Girolamo A. Ortolano, PhD, Francis P. Canonica, PhD, Morven B. McAlister, PhD, Joseph S. Cervia, MD, Pall Corporation, East Hills, New York and others)

Waterborne Parasitic Infections: Possible Impacts of Climate Changes at Northern Latitudes pp.245-263 (Lucy J Robertson, Parasitology Laboratory, Department of Food Safety and Infection Biology, Norwegian School of Veterinary Science, Oslo, Norway)

Microcystin MC-LR in Brazilian Aquaculture Production Systems pp.265-280
(Ludmilla S. S. Barros, Lúcia Helena S. Tavares, Luiz A. Amaral, Center of the Agrarian, Environmental and Biological Sciences of the Federal University of the Recôncavo of Bahia - CCAAB-UFRB, University Campus of Cruz das Almas, Cruz das Almas, BA Brazil and others)

Water as the Important Source of Phytophthora Species in Horticulture and Natural Environment pp.281-294 (Leszek Orlikowski, Res. Institute of Pomology and Floriculture, Pomologiczna, Poland)

Microbial Contaminants in Groundwater for Irrigation Use pp.295-305
(Gioffre, M. Dragone, A. Marramao and F. Gionfriddo, Lab. Agenti Biologici, Centro Ricerche ISPESL, Lamezia Terme, CZ, Italy)

A Perspective Concerning the Influence of Cyanobacteria and their Toxins on Human Health and the Microbiology of Drinking Water pp.307-314
(J. S. Metcalf and G. A. Codd, Division of Molecular and Environmental Microbiology, College of Life Sciences, University of Dundee, Dundee, UK)

Exploration of Waterfowl-Environment-Campylobacter Inter-Relationships at Amenity Ponds pp.315-320 (Hussein H. Abulreesh, Timothy A. Paget, Raymond Goulder, Department of Biology, Umm Al-Qura University, Makkah, Saudi Arabia and others)

Effects of Microbiological Pollution of Drinking Water on Human Health and Remedy pp.321-337 (Shanta Dutta, Suman Kanungo, Dipika Sur, Deputy Director, Div of Microbiology, National Institute of Cholera and Enteric Diseases, Beliaghata, Kolkata, India and others)

Mikrobiální ekologie vod
Autoři: Rulík, M., Baudišová, D., Růžička, J., Šimek, K.
Datum vydání: 2013, ISBN 978-80-244-3477-3
Počet stran: 292, paperback s CD

Vysokoškolské učební texty.
Detection of Pathogens in Water Using Micro and Nano-Technology
Odkaz: http://www.iwapublishing.com/catalogue/IWAPublicationsCatalogue2012.pdf
Editor(s): Giampaolo Zuccheri and Nikolaos Asproulis
Publication date: June 2012, ISBN: 9781780401089
Pages: 300•Paperback
Detection of Pathogens in Water Using Micro and Nano-Technology aims to promote the uptake of nanotechnological approaches by developing an integrated cost-effective nanobiological sensor for detection of bioterrorism and environmental assays. The book integrates DNA hybridisation sensors with micro-fluidics and signal conditioning/processing on both silicon and polymer substrates avoiding the use of external apparatus for fluid handling, electrical signal generation and processing, based on DNA hybridisation. A sensory breakthrough is achieved trough two complementary technological solutions: Measurements based on electrical (capacitive) signals. If hybridisation occurs between target and probe the detected change can be functionalised. Detection through UV light absorption. Based on the recognition of different UV absorptions induced by DNA hybridisation.
Strategies for Signal Enhancement Towards Testing Pathogen Content in Drinking Water, Electrochemical Biosensor Strategies for Pathogen Detection in Water Security, Sustainable DNA/RNA Release Methods for in-line Waterborne Pathogen Screening Devices, Risk Assement of Pathogens for Contamination of the Drinking Water, System, A Device to Extract High Concentrated Specimens out of Large Volumes of Water for Analysis in Lab-on-a-Chip Detection Systems, Integration of Macro and Several Microfluidic Components into an Early Warning System for Monitoring Public Water Supplies, The Microsystem Based Core of the DINAMICS Water Testing System: Design Considerations and Realization of the Chip Units, Sample Collection Procedures for Online Contaminant Monitoring Systém, European Regulation and Standards on Microbiological Water Analysis Computational Modelling of Aquatic Environments, Computational Modelling of Hybridization Dynamics, Simultaneous Detection of Pathogenic Bacteria, Viruses and Parasites in Water Samples Using a Single Protocol Based on Ultrafiltration Concentration and High-Density Oligonucleotide Array, Detection of Enumeration of Waterborne Mycobacteria, New Molecular Technologies for the Rapid Detection of Legionella in Water, Fluid Structure and Boundary Slippage in Nanoscale Liquid Films, Understanding Slip at the Nanoscale in Fluid Flows Using Atomistic Simulations, Use of Nanowires and Nanostructured Surfaces for the Electrical Detection of Biomarkers.
Wastewater Treatment: Advanced Processes and Technologies
Odkaz: http://www.iwapublishing.com/catalogue/IWAPublicationsCatalogue2012.pdf
Editor(s): D G Rao, R Senthikumar, J Anthony Byrne, S Feroz
Publication date: August 2012, ISBN: 9781780400341
Pages: 392•Hardback
Emphasizing new technologies that produce clean water and energy from the wastewater treatment process,Wastewater Treatment: Advanced Processes and Technologies presents recent advancements in wastewater treatment by various technologies such as chemical methods, biochemical methods, membrane separation techniques, and nanotechnology. It addresses sustainable water reclamation,biomembrane treatment processes, advanced oxidation processes, and applications of nanotechnology for wastewater treatment. It also includes integrated cost-based design methodologies. Equations, figures, photographs and tables are included within the chapters to aid reader comprehension. Case studies and examples are included as well.
• Covers emerging applications of nanotechnology forwastewater treatment
• Includes integrated cost-based design methodologies
• Focuses on the design of main treatment units
• Includes auxiliary units such as primary settler, final settler, sludge digester, and thickener
• Provides tables, equations, figures, and graphs
• Includes case studies and examples
• Introduction
• Microbial Treatment Processes
• Bio-membrane Treatment Processes
• Advanced Oxidation Processes
• Application of Nanotechnology
• Miscellaneous Topics
Odkaz: http://www.iwapublishing.com/catalogue/IWAPublicationsCatalogue2012.pdf
Editors: : Bess B. Ward, Daniel J. Arp, and Martin G. Klotz
Publication date: May 2011, ISBN: 9781843395461
Pages: 416•Hardback
Over the past 15 years, the use of modern molecular biological approaches has radically advanced our understanding of nitrification processes. With chapters contributed by leading experts in the field, Nitrification fully reviews all the latest research findings on microbes involved in conventional aerobic nitrification, anaerobic ammonia oxidation, and related processes.
The book begins with an overview of the current state of the field. Next, the four principal groups of nitrifying microbes are examined in separate sections, covering conventional aerobic bacterial ammonia oxidizers,recently discovered aerobic archaeal ammonia oxidizers,anaerobic ammonia-oxidizing planctomycetes, and nitriteoxidizing bacteria. Within each section, readers can gather current information on the ecology, phylogeny, biochemistry,molecular biology, and genomics of each group of microbes.
The authors also discuss the latest industrial applications of nitrification and anammox processes. The final section of the book explores the ecology of nitrification in marine, freshwater, soil, and wastewater environments. By reviewing all aspects of nitrification in one place, Nitrification introduces novices to the field and brings experienced researchers up to date with all the latest perspectives. Extensive references at the end of each chapter guide readers to the field’s growing body of primary research, making this book the ideal starting point for any investigation of nitrifying microbes.
• Nitrification: an Introduction and Overview of the State of the Field, Bess B. Ward
• Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacteria: Their Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Luis A. Sayavedra-Soto and Daniel J. Arp
• Diversity and Environmental Distribution of Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacteria, Jeanette M. Norton
• Genomics of Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacteria and Insights into Their Evolution, Martin G. Klotz and Lisa Y. Stein
• Heterotrophic Nitrification and Nitrifier Denitrification, Lisa Y. Stein• Physiology and Genomics of Ammonia-Oxidizing Archaea,Hidetoshi Urakawa, Willm Martens-Habbena, and David A.Stahl
• Distribution and Activity of Ammonia-Oxidizing Archaea in Natural Environments, Graeme W. Nicol, Sven Leininger, and Christa Schleper
• Metabolism and Genomics of Anammox Bacteria,Boran Kartal, Jan T. Keltjens, and Mike S. M. Jetten
• Distribution, Activity, and Ecology of Anammox Bacteria in Aquatic Environments, Mark Trimmer and Pia Engström
• Application of the Anammox Process, Wouter R. L. van der Star, Wiebe R. Abma, Boran Kartal, and Mark C. M. van Loosdrecht
• Metabolism and Genomics of Nitrite-Oxidizing Bacteria: Emphasis on Studies of Pure Cultures and of Nitrobacter Species, Shawn R. Starkenburg, Eva Spieck,and Peter J. Bottomley
• Diversity, Environmental Genomics, and Ecophysiology of Nitrite-Oxidizing Bacteria, Holger Daims, Sebastian Lücker,Denis Le Paslier, and Michael Wagner
• Nitrification in the Ocean, Bess B. Ward
• Soil Nitrifiers and Nitrification, James I. Prosser
• Nitrification in Inland Waters, Hendriks J. Laanbroek and Annette Bollmann
• Nitrification in Wastewater Treatment, Satoshi Okabe,Yoshiteru Aoi, Hisashi Satoh, and Yuichi Suwa
Martin Rulík a kol.: Mikrobiální biofilmy
Vydavatelství UPOL 2011, 1. vydání, 448 str., ISBN 978-80-244-2747-8
Publikaci lze objednat na http://www.e-shop.upol.cz/
Microbial Ecology of Activated Sludge
Odkaz: http://www.iwapublishing.com/template.cfm?name=isbn1843390329
Editor(s): Robert Seviour & Per H Nielsen
Publication Date: 15 Jan 2010 • ISBN: 9781843390329
Pages: 688 • Hardback
Microbial Ecology of Activated Sludge, written for both microbiologists and engineers, critically reviews our current understanding of the microbiology of activated sludge, the most commonly used process for treating both domestic and industrial wastes. The contributors are all internationally recognized as leading research workers in activated sludge microbiology, and all have made valuable contributions to our present understanding of the process. The book pays particular attention to how the application of molecular methods has changed our perceptions of the identity of the filamentous bacteria causing the operational disorders of bulking and foaming, and the bacteria responsible for nitrification and denitrification and phosphorus accumulation in nutrient removal processes. Special attention is given to how it is now becoming possible to relate the composition of the community of microbes present in activated sludge, and the in situ function of individual populations there, and how such information might be used to manage and control these systems better. Detailed descriptions of some of these molecular methods are provided to allow newcomers to this field of study an opportunity to apply them in their research. Comprehensive descriptions of organisms of interest and importance are also given, together with high quality photos of activated sludge microbes.
Activated sludge processes have been used globally for nearly 100 years, and yet we still know very little of how they work. In the past 15 years the advent of molecular culture independent methods of study have provided tools enabling microbiologists to understand which organisms are present in activated sludge, and critically, what they might be doing there. Microbial Ecology of Activated Sludge will be the first book available to deal comprehensively with the very exciting new information from applying these methods, and their impact on how we now view microbiologically mediated processes taking place there. As such it will be essential reading for microbial ecologists, environmental biotechnologists and engineers involved in designing and managing these plants. It will also be suitable for postgraduate students working in this field.
Treatment of Micropollutants in Water and Wastewater
Odkaz: http://www.iwapublishing.com/template.cfm?name=isbn9781843393160&type=new
Author(s): Jurate Virkutyte, Rajender S. Varma, Veeriah Jegatheesan
Publication Date: 15 Aug 2010 • ISBN: 9781843393160
Pages: 520 • Hardback
Over the last few years there has been a growing concern over the increasing concentration of micropollutants originating from a great variety of sources including pharmaceutical, chemical engineering and personal care product industries in rivers, lakes, soil and groundwater. As most of the micropollutants are polar and persistent compounds, they are only partially or not at all removed from wastewater and thus can enter the environment posing a great risk to the biota. It is hypothesized that wastewater is one of the most important point sources for micropollutants.
This book will give a comprehensive overview of modern analytical methods and will summarize novel single and hybrid methods to remove continuously emerging contaminants - micropollutants from the aqueous phase. New trends (e.g. sensor technology, nanotechnology and hybrid treatment technologies) will be described in detail. The book is very timely because the new techniques are still in the development phase and have to be realized not only in the laboratory but also on a larger scale. The content of the book is divided into chapters that present current descriptive and analytical methods that are available to detect and measure micropollutants together with detailed information on various chemical, biological and physicochemical methods that have evolved over the last few decades.
Treatment of Micropollutants in Water and Wastewater will also enable readers to make well informed choices through providing an understanding of why and how micropollutants must be removed from water sources, and what are the most appropriate and available techniques for providing a cost and technologically effective and sustainable solutions for reaching the goal of micropollutant-free water and wastewater.
The book will be suitable for water and wastewater professionals as well for students and researchers in civil engineering, environmental engineering and process engineering fields.
Stochastic Modelling of Drinking Water Treatment in Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment
Odkaz: http://www.iwapublishing.com/template.cfm?name=isbn9781843393740
Author(s): Patrick WMH Smeets
Publication Date: 13 Dec 2010 • ISBN: 9781843393740
Pages: 196 • Paperback
Safe drinking water is a basic need for all human beings. Preventing microbial contamination of drinking water is of primary concern since endemic illness and outbreaks of infectious diseases can have significant social and economic consequences. Confirming absence of indicators of faecal contamination by water analysis only provides a limited verification of safety. By measuring pathogenic organisms in source water and modelling their reduction by treatment, a higher level of drinking water safety can be verified. This book provides stochastic methods to determine reduction of pathogenic microorganisms by drinking water treatment. These can be used to assess the level and variability of drinking water safety while taking uncertainty into account. The results can support decisions by risk managers about treatment design, operation, monitoring, and adaptation. Examples illustrate how the methods can be used in water safety plans to improve and secure production of safe drinking water.
Introduction and goal of the study; A stochastic pathogen reduction model for full-scale treatment; How can the UK statutory Cryptosporidium monitoring be used for quantitative risk assessment of Cryptosporidium in drinking water?; Inactivation of Escherichia coli by ozone under bench-scale plug flow and full-scale hydraulic conditions; Improved methods for modelling drinking water treatment in quantitative microbial risk assessment; a case study of Campylobacter reduction by filtration and ozonation; On the variability and uncertainty in quantitative microbial risk assessment of drinking water; Practical applications of quantitative microbial risk assessment for water safety plans; General discussion
Quantitative Methods to Assess Capacity of Water Treatment to Eliminate Micro-Organisms
Odkaz: http://www.iwapublishing.com/template.cfm?name=isbn9781843393764&type=forthcoming
Author(s): Wim Hijnen
Publication Date: 20 Dec 2010 • ISBN: 9781843393764
Pages: 290 • Paperback
Ever since the recognition of the important role of water in the transmission of pathogenic micro-organisms in the 19th century, microbiological safety of drinking water has been a major research issue for microbiologists in the drinking water industry.
The main objective of this book is to develop a general strategy to assess elimination capacity of water treatment processes for pathogens.
It investigates:
* The potential use of faecal indicators Coli44, (including E. Coli) and SSRC, (including C. perfringens) as process indicators to assess pathogen elimination in full-scale water treatment plants.
* The value of comparative challenge tests with pre-cultured organisms for the assessment of elimination capacity of full-scale processes, to study the effect of process conditions and to validate the use of process indicators.
* The use of literature data to assess elimination capacity of water treatment processes for pathogens and the effect of process conditions on this.
Microbiologically safe drinking water; Indicator bacteria concentrations in water treatment and assessment of elimination capacity; Enumeration of faecal indicator bacteria in large water volumes using on site membrane filtration to assess water treatment efficiency; Quantitative assessment of the removal of indicator bacteria in full-scale treatment plants; Spores of sulphite-reducing clostridia (SSRC) as surrogate for verification inactivation capacity of full-scale ozonation for Cryptosporidium; Inactivation credit of UV-radiation for viruses, bacteria and protozoan oocysts: a review; Elimination of viruses, bacteria and protozoan oocysts by slow sand filtration; Removal and fate of Cryptosporidium parvum, Clostridium perfringens and Stephanodiscus hamtzschii in slow sand filters; Transport of phage MS2, Escherichia coli, Clostridium perfringens, Cryptosporidium parvum, and Giardia intestinalis in a gravel and a sandy soil; General discussion