The International Water Conference held in La Jolla, California during 28-30 November 1995 aimed to provide an opportunity for international information exchange on new research applications and timely policy issues effecting the availability, use and quality of water for power generation. Topical areas included: the use of water and the management of chemical quality in process wastewaters; physical and biological transformation due to discharges in open surface waters, watersheds and wetlands; the role of risk and cost-benefit assessments; and discussion of the Clean Water Act containments. The 32 peer-reviewed papers in this issue of the publication of the journal "Water, Air, and Soil Pollution" together present the state of the knowledge regarding the use of water by the electric utility industry.
Part 1. Conference Summary Statement. Clean Water: Factors that Influence its Availability, Quality and its Use: Summary of the International Clean Water Conference; R.W. Brocksen, et al. Part II: Water Resource Overviews. Managing and Protecting Our Water Resources; S. Peck. Addressing Electric Utility Surface Water Challenges; R.W. Brocksen, et al. Lake Superior Binational Program: The Role of Electric Utilities; C. Lohse-Hanson. Consequences of Proposed Changes to Clean Water Act Thermal Discharges; J.A. Veil, D.O. Moses. Part III: Ecological / Health Risks. Multipathway Health Risk Assessment of Power Plant Water Discharges; C. Seigneur, et al. Watershed Risk Analysis Model for TVA's Holston River Basin; C. Chen, et al. Inferring Ecological Risk from Toxicity Bioassays; S. Ferson, et al. Evaluation of Contaminated Groundwater cleanup Objectives; C. Arquiett, et al. Assessing Selenium Cycling and Accumulation in Aquatic Ecosystems; G.L. Bowie, et al. Comparison of Daphnia Magna, Rainbow Trout and Bacterial-Based Toxicity Tests of Ontario Hydro Aquatic Effluents; D.W. Rodgers, et al. Use of the Pisces Database: Power Plant Aqueous Stream Compositions; G.P. Behrens, et al. A Model to Assess Potential Human Health and Ecological Risks from Chemical and Thermal Releases into Rivers; C.S. Lew, et al. Risks Due to Groundwater Contamination at a Plutonium Processing Facility; I. Datskou, K. North. River Resource Aid (Terra) Reservoir and Power Operations Decisions Support System; K. Lindquist, et al. Part IV: Control Strategies. Best Management Practices from Storm Water at Industrial Facilities; M. Zimmerman, C. Murphy. Coal Sorbent System for the Extraction and Disposal of Heavy Metals and Organic Compounds; R.F. Maddalone. The EPRI State-of-the-Art Cooling Water Treatment Research Project: A Tailored Collaboration Program; B. Nott, et al. The Use of Reclaimed Water in Electric Power Stations and Other Industrial Facilities; K.A. Selby, K.R. Helm. Reactive Solute Transport in Acidic Streams; R.E. Broshears. Constructed Wetland Treatment Systems Applied Research Program at the Electric Power Research Institute; J.W. Goodrich-Mahoney. Toxicity Reduction of Ontario Hydro Radioactive Liquid Waste; D.W. Rodgers, et al. Electricity and Water Desalination: Separate Sites Offer Value; I. Moch, et al. Part V: Measuring Quality. Impact on Discharge Monitoring of Recent EPA Initiatives in Water Quality Measurement; R.F. Maddalone, et al. Trace Metal Speciation in Natural Waters: Computational vs. Analytical; D.K. Nordstrom. Metal Speciation: Survey of Environmental Methods of Analysis; M.H. Mach, et al. The Effect of Membrane Filtration on Dissolved Trace Element Concentrations; A.J. Horowitz, et al. Residual Sulfite After Dechlorination of Water; N.V. Ekkad, C.O. Huber. Part VI: Water Resources. The Modular Modeling System (MMS) - The Physical Process Modeling Component of a Database-Centered Decision Support System for Water and Power.
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