Order No: P01200
Publisher: Water Environment Federation (WEF)
This revised 2nd edition emphasizes the biological aspects of wastewater treatment that are valuable to operators and technicians in understanding and regulating their treatment processes. Presents the description, ecology, and functions (both beneficial and detrimental) of organisms and microorganisms (the microlife) found in wastewater treatment processes. This volume of the Wastewater Biology series is valuable to wastewater professionals such as sanitary engineers, chemists, microbiologists, and educators. Generously illustrated with a minimum of technical jargon. Updates the original text; adds significantly to the chapters on the microscope, filamentous microorganisms, metazoa and photomicroscopy; and provides specific chapters on the microorganisms and the bacteria. Published by WEF. Soft Cover. 312 pages. 2001.
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