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    C. R. Curds,H. A. Hawkes
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R. Curds, H. A. Hawkes. Ralph Mitchell, "The Chemistry and Microbiology of Pollution. I. J. Higgins, R. G. Burns Ecological Aspects of Used-Water Treatment.

R. Volume 1. The Organisms and Their Ecology.

I, The Organisms and Their Ecology, Academic Press, London. Doohan, . 1975, Rotifera, in: Ecological Aspects of Used-Water Treatment, Vol. I ( C. R. Hawkes, ed., pp. 289–304, Academic Press, London. Deinema, M. Zevenhuizen, L. P. T. 1971, Formation of cellulose fibrils by gram-negative bacteria and their role in bacterial flocculation, Arch. Downing, A. Painter, H. Knowles, . 1964, Nitrification in the activated sludge process, Proc. Part 2: 13. oogle Scholar.

Ecology and Management of Coastal Waters: The Aquatic Environment Gilbert . Bibliographic information. Colin Robert Curds, Herbert Aubrey Hawkes.

Ecological Aspects of Used-water Treatment: Biological activities and treatment processes Volume 2 of Ecological Aspects of Used-water Treatment, Herbert Aubrey Hawkes, ISBN 0121995011, 9780121995010.

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This book is composed of seven chapters, and begins with an overview of the significant biological aspects related to wastewater treatment. Chapter 4 Application of Ecological Principles to Waste Water Treatment-General

This book is composed of seven chapters, and begins with an overview of the significant biological aspects related to wastewater treatment. The subsequent chapters examine the factors determining the dominant organisms in sludge and bacteria beds. Other chapters highlight the role of biological oxidation in wastewater treatment and the ecological parameters in the design and operation of activated sludge plants. Chapter 4 Application of Ecological Principles to Waste Water Treatment-General. Chapter 5 Ecological Considerations in the Design and Operation of Activated Sludge Plants.

Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780121995034. Release Date:January 1983.

Ecology, the theme of this book, is that branch of biological study which deals with the inter-relationships of populations and their environment. Any team working on waste water treatment problems, involving biological oxidation, should include a biologist

Ecology, the theme of this book, is that branch of biological study which deals with the inter-relationships of populations and their environment. Any team working on waste water treatment problems, involving biological oxidation, should include a biologist. Even when this is the case the utmost co-operation is needed between the different professions involved, and without some understanding of the biology of the process, the non-biologist may have difficulty in appreciating the biologist's contribution

Hardcover book with dust jacket.