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Publisher: Elsevier

Volume 31, Number 7, 1 July 1995

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Characterising the quantity and quality of domestic wastewater inflows
pp. 13-24(12)
Authors: Butler, D.; Friedler, E.; Gatt, K.

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Mousetrap: modelling of real sewer sediment characteristics and attached pollutants
pp. 43-50(8)
Authors: Crabtree, R.W.; Ashley, R.; Gent, R.

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Organic near-bed fluid and particulate transport in combined sewers
pp. 61-68(8)
Authors: Ristenpart, E.; Ashley, R.M.; Uhl, M.

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Sediment properties and their changes in a sewer
pp. 77-83(7)
Author: Ristenpart, E.

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The transfer of solids in combined sewer networks
pp. 95-105(11)
Authors: Chebbo, G.; Bachoc, A.; Laplace, D.; Le Guennec, B.

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Principles and approaches for numerical modelling of sediment transport in sewers
pp. 107-115(9)
Authors: Mark, O.; Appelgren, C.; Larsen, T.

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Influence of sewer sediments on flow friction and shear stress distribution
pp. 117-126(10)
Authors: Perrusquia, G.; Petersen, O.; Larsen, T.

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Oxygen transfer in gravity flow sewers
pp. 127-135(9)
Authors: Balmer, P.; Tagizadeh-Nasser, M.

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Aromatic VOC emissions from a municipal sewer interceptor
pp. 137-145(9)
Authors: Bell, J.; Corsi, R.L.; Quigley, C.J.; Melcer, H.

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Control of VOC emissions from sewers: a multi-parameter assessment
pp. 147-157(11)
Authors: Corsi, R.L.; Birkett, S.; Melcer, H.; Bell, J.

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Influence of oxygen on biofilm growth and potential sulfate reduction in gravity sewer biofilm
pp. 159-167(9)
Authors: Norsker, N.H.; Nielsen, P.H.; Hvitved-Jacobsen, T.

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Volatile fatty acids and sulfide in pressure mains
pp. 169-179(11)
Authors: Hvitved-Jacobsen, T.; Raunkjaer, K.; Nielsen, P.H.

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Alteration in sewage characteristics upon aging
pp. 191-200(10)
Authors: Kaijun, W.; Zeeman, G.; Lettinga, G.

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Experimental procedures characterizing transformations of wastewater organic matter in the Emscher river, Germany
pp. 201-212(12)
Authors: Lokkegaard Bjerre, H.; Hvitved-Jacobsen, T.; Teichgraber, B.; te Heesen, D.

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Substrate removal in long sewer lines
pp. 213-218(6)
Authors: Ozer, A.; Kasirga, E.

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The gully pot as a physical, chemical and biological reactor
pp. 219-228(10)
Authors: Butler, D.; Y., X.; Karunaratne, S.H.P.G.; Thedchanamoorthy, S.

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The gully pot as a biochemical reactor
pp. 229-236(8)
Authors: Morrison, G.M.; Revitt, D.M.; Ellis, J.B.

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A newly isolated fungus participates in the corrosion of concrete sewer pipes
pp. 263-271(9)
Authors: Kyeoung-Suk, C.; Mori, T.

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Controlled dosing of nitrate for prevention of H2S in a sewer network and the effects on the subsequent treatment processes
pp. 293-302(10)
Authors: Bentzen, G.; Smith, A.T.; Bennett, D.; Webster, N.J.; Reinholt, F.; Sletholt, E.; Hobson, J.

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The fate of detergent surfactants in sewer systems
pp. 321-328(8)
Authors: Matthijs, E.; debaere, G.; Itrich, N.; Masscheleyn, P.; Rottiers, A.; Stalmans, M.; Federle, T.

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