I: Water Quality Monitoring. 1. Status of the Drinking Water Standards Program in the United States; H.J. Brass. 2. Recent Developments in Microbiotesting and Early Millennium Prospects; C. Blaise, et al. 3. Biological Stability: A Multidimensional Quality Aspect of Treated Water; D. van der Kooij. 4. From Media to Molecules: New Approaches to the Detection of Micro-Organisms in Water; C.R. Fricker. 5. Enzymatic Detection of Coliforms and Escherichia coli Within 4 Hours; H. Nelis, S. van Poucke. 6. Detection of Infectious Cryptosporidium Parvum Oocysts in Environmental Water Samples Using an Integrated Cell Culture-PCR (CC-PCR) System; M.W. Lechevallier, et al. 7. Genotoxicity in German Surface Waters -- Result of a Collaborative Study; G. Reifferscheid, T. Grummt. 8. Blazing Towards the Next Millennium: Luciferase Fusions to Identify Genes Responsive to Environmental Stress; D.C. Alexander, et al. 9. Identification of New Drinking Water Disinfection By-Products from Ozone, Chlorine Dioxide, Chloramine, and Chlorine; S.D. Richardson, et al. 10. Ecotoxicological Indicators of Water Quality: Using Multi-Response Indicators to Assess the Health of Aquatic Ecosystems; S.M. Adams, M.S. Greeley. II: Water and Wastewater Treatment. 11. Ecological Engineering of Bioreactors for Wastewater Treatment; C.P.L. Grady Jr., C.D.M. Filipe. 12. Biodegradation of Recalictrant Components of Organic Mixtures; E.D. Schroeder, et al. 13. Application of Biofilms and Biofilm Support Materials as a Temporary Sink and Source; P.A. Wilderer, et al. 14. Effective Management and Operation of Coagulation and Filtration; G.S. Logsdon. 15. Wastewater Reclamation for Agricultural Reuse in Israel: Trends and Experimental Results; A. Brenner, et al. 16. Biological Denitrification of Groundwater; M.I.M. Soares. III: Air Pollution and Control. 17. Towards a Science-Based Integrated Ozone-Fine Particle Control Strategy; R.L. Tanner. 18. An Assessment of the Mobile Source Contribution to PM10 and PM2.5 in the United States; A.W. Gertler, et al. 19. Characterisation of Individual Aerosol Particles for Atmospheric and Cultural Heritage Studies; R. van Grieken, et al. 20. Reactive Halogen Species in the Mid-Latitude Troposphere -- Recent Discoveries; U. Platt. 21. Hydrogen Sulfide and Odor Control in Izmir Bay; A. Muezzinoglu, et al. 22. Inventory of Emissions of Greenhouse Gases in Israel; J. Koch, et al. IV: Risk Assessment, Diversity and Conservation. 23. Analysis of Uncertainty and Variability in Exposure to Characterize Risk: Case Study Involving Trichloroethylene Groundwater Contamination at Beale Air Force Base in California; J.I. Daniels, et al. 24. Biological Diversity -- An Overview; M. Waldman, Y. Shevah. 25. Restoration of the Rivers in Israel's Coastal Plain; Y. Bar-Or. 26. Lake Kinneret (Israel) Ecosystem: Long-Term Instability or Resiliency?; M. Gophen. 27. Effect of the Environment on the Bacterial Bleaching of Corals; E. Banin, et al. V: Environmental Law, Economy and Management. 28. Better Laws = Better Environment; the Role of the Environmental Lawyer in the Reconstruction and Modernisation of the Water Sector in Private Sector Participation; I.C. Sinclair. 29. European Environmental Tax Law and Policy: Greenspeak!; K. Deketelaere. 30. The Use of Economic Instruments and Green Taxes to Complement an Environmental Regulatory Regime; R. Hawkins. 31. The Land and Environment Court of New South Wales: A Model for Environmental Protection; M. Pearlman. 32. Practice, Policy, and Pedagogy in a Mandatory Environmental Law Course; M.A. Wolf, J.B. Eisen. 33. The Great Sydney Water Crisis of 1998; P.L. Stein. 34. Catchment Basin Management of Water; R.E. Laster. 35. Sustainability Law for the New Millennium and the Role of Environmental Legal Education; B. Boer. VI: Environmental Education. 36. A Future For Sustainability? B. Jickling. 37. Transdisciplinarity in Groundwater Management -- Towards Mutual Learning of Science and Society; R.W. Scholz, et al. 38. Sustainable Environmental Education for a Sustainable Environment: Lessons from Thailand for Other Nations; J. Gallagher, et al. 39. Pollution Prevention: A New Paradigm for Engineering Education; P.L. Bishop. 40. Towards Excellence in Environmental Education; A View From the United States; B. Simmons. 41. Environmental and Agricultural Literacy Education; D. Hubert, et al. VII: International Environmental Cooperation. 42. The Upcoming Challenge: Transboundary Management of the Hydraulic cycle; E. Feitelson. 43. The Quest for Water Efficiency -- Restructuring of Water Use in the Middle East; P. Beaumont. 44. Turkish Waters: Source of Regional Conflict or Catalyst for Peace? G.E. Gruen. 45. Interactions Among Scientists, Managers and the Public in Defining Research Priorities and Management Strategies for Marine and Coastal Resources: Is the Red Sea Marine Peace Park a New Paradigm? M.P. Crosby, et al. 46. The Production of Microbiologically Safe Effluents for Wastewater Reuse in the Middle East and North Africa; D.D. Mara. 47. Are the Conflicts between Israel and her Neighbors over the Waters of the Jordan River Basin an Obstacle to Peace? Israel-Syria as a Case Study; H.I. Shuval.