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WEFTEC 2001: Session 11 through Session 20

Session 11 - Surface Water Quality and Ecology Symposium: Watershed Assessment Modeling

MILL CREEK WATERSHED STUDY: INNOVATIVE GIS TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT MASTER PLANNING SOLUTIONS
pp. 1-27(27)
Authors: Koch, Matthew J.; Staab, Leon J.; Claxton, Bryan T.; Lage, Kent L.

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WATERSHED MODELING TO EXAMINE THE EFFECTS OF GROWTH ON WATER QUALITY IN THE McDOWELL CREEK BASIN
pp. 28-45(18)
Authors: Quinlan, Beth; Reuss, Brent; Gullet, Barry; Pearson, Bob

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Alcovy Watershed Assessment: Simulating Best Management Practices and Future Development Using the BASINS Framework
pp. 46-75(30)
Authors: Jha, Shoma; Naperala, Troy; Moskus, Penelope; Ruhlman, Melanie; Wenger, Seth

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WATERSHED LOADING MODEL QUANTIFIES POLLUTANT LOADING TO CAZENOVIA CREEK SUB-BASIN
pp. 76-101(26)
Authors: Sibiga, Brian M.; Duchscherer, Wendel; DePinto, Joseph V.

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Session 12 - Management Symposium: Privatization—Two Panel Presentations

CONTRACT OPERATIONS REVISITED SEVEN YEARS OF AWT SUCCESS IN INDIANAPOLIS
pp. 102-114(13)
Authors: Maddux, Larry; Farnham, Rick

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Fort Worth Looks At A Competitive Assessmen
pp. 115-127(13)
Author: Fisseler, Dale A.

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Session 13 - Small and Natural Systems and Water Reuse: Water Reclamation and Reuse I

MEMBRANES FOR WATER RECLAMATION – THE PRESENT AND FUTURE TRENDS
pp. 134-150(17)
Authors: Freeman, Scott; Leitner, Gordon F.; Crook, James; Vernon, William

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Evaluating the Next Generation of Water Reclamation Processes
pp. 151-169(19)
Authors: Fleischer, Edwin J.; Broderick, Thomas A.; Daigger, Glen T.; Lozier, James C.; Wollmann, Albert M.; Fonseca, Anabela D.

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POTENTIAL FOR DECENTRALIZED RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT AND REUSE OF WASTEWATER IN HAWAII
pp. 178-190(13)
Authors: Babcock, R.W.; McNair, D.A.; Edling, L.A.; Nagato, H.

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PLANT RENOVATION BRINGS CITY TO FOREFRONT OF WATER RECLAMATION
pp. 191-196(6)
Author: Veenstra, Mark A.

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MAKING A WATER RECLAMATION PLANT DISAPPEAR: A NEW ERA OF WATER REUSE IN PHOENIX
pp. 197-204(8)
Authors: Gritzuk, Mike; Kinshella, Paul; Terrey, Andy; Anderson, Jason; Doller, John

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Assessing Reclaimed Water Use and Biomass Production on an Irrigated, Short-Rotation Tree Farm in Northeast Florida
pp. 205-229(25)
Authors: Brubaker, Gregory F.; Hall, Joel; Kirk, Jay; Perkins, Tim

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PLANNING AND FEASIBILITY STUDY OF WATER RECLAMATION FOR BENEFICIAL REUSE IN A KANSAS COMMUNITY
pp. 230-241(12)
Authors: Bailey, John H.; Schomaker, Michael D.; Rood, Kevin L.; Leung, Kevin S.; Stensaas, Estell J.; Clennan, Dennis M.; Jones, Reg D.

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Session 14 - Computer Applications: Instrumentation, Control and Automation

DISTRICT WIDE CONVERSION TO UNMANNED WEEKENDS AND NIGHTS
pp. 242-247(6)
Author: Russo, Peter

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FIELD TESTING ONLINE AMMONIA ANALYZERS A Case Study
pp. 248-256(9)
Authors: Palmer, Tony; Ross, Maureen; Ahmad, Zaki; Gluck, Steven J.; Nutt, Stephen G.

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ASSESS INSTALLED STATE-OF-THE-ART WWTP SENSING AND CONTROL SYSTEMS
pp. 257-268(12)
Authors: Hill, Bob; Manross, Bob; Manning, Alan W.

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BENCHMARKING WWTP CONTROL STRATEGIES WITH ROBUSTNESS AND ECONOMIC MEASURES AS PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
pp. 269-276(8)
Authors: Amerlinck, Youri; Gillot, Sylvie; Vanrolleghem, Peter A.

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AUTOMATIC CONTOL OF THICKENING CENTRIFUGES AT WASTEWATER PLANT
pp. 277-286(10)
Authors: Craan, Peter R.; Oselador, Jerry D.

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NOVEL PH CONTROL SYSTEM SAVES WATER TREATMENT FACILITY 250K pa
pp. 287-310(24)
Authors: Enoch, C.R.T.; Evans, J.

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BioGuide Wastewater Control Technology
pp. 311-315(5)
Authors: Smith, David A.; Lee, George A.; Book, Brian L.

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Polymer Dose Control for Belt Presses Using Machine Vision Technology
pp. 316-318(3)
Authors: Veal, Charles; Edwards, Andrew

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Implementing SCADA and Automation to support Louisville MSD's Strategic Business Plan
pp. 319-320(2)
Authors: Szymansky, Don; Sweeney, Mike; Assef, Saeed; Wilson, Andrea; Carr, Jim

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Session 15 - Plant Operations I: Plant Operations and Maintenance: Clarification and Plant Models

A NEW ACTIVATED SLUDGE PROCESS CONTROL TEST UNCOVERS SECONDARY CLARIFIER INEFFICIENCIES
pp. 321-337(17)
Authors: Wahlberg, Eric J.; Biesterfeld, Sidney; Farmer, Greg; Kinnear, David; Robb, Leonard

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RESOLVING FINAL CLARIFIER PERFORMANCE PROBLEMS IN PLANT B OF CALGARY'S BONNYBROOK WWTP
pp. 338-360(23)
Authors: Wilson, A. Warren; Zhou, Siping; Kenny, Carolyn B.; Crosby, John; Do, Paul

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SECONDARY CLARIFIER OPERATIONAL TESTING INCREASES FACILITY CAPACITY
pp. 361-385(25)
Authors: Kinnear, David J.; Myers, Leland; Hahn, Marko; Parker, Denny

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DIAGNOSTIC APPLICATION OF STATE POINT ANALYSIS SOLVES CLARIFIER PROBLEMS
pp. 386-399(14)
Authors: Narayanan, B.; Demir, J.; Jim, K.; Nelson, D.; Stinebaugh, S.; Schwall, J.; Krumel, M.

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INTERACTIVE HYDRAULIC MODELING – HOW TO PUT YOUR HYDRAULIC PROFILE TO WORK
pp. 400-407(8)
Authors: Esquer, M.E.; Gallovich, J.; Prabhakar, P.; Hudepohl, N.; Wilcox, R.; Esquer, M.A.

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USING A TEAM-BASED APPROACH TO STARTING-UP NEW UNIT PROCESSES
pp. 415-421(7)
Author: Tyler, Thomas A.

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Session 16 - Plant Operations I: Management of Odors and VOCs I

ODOR CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES AT POTWS AND RELATED INDUSTRIAL AND AGRICULTURAL FACILITIES
pp. 422-441(20)
Authors: Ong, Hsiao-Ting; Witherspoon, Jay R.; Daigger, Glen; Quigley, Chris; Easter, Chris; Burrowes, Peter; Sloan, Andrew; Adams, Greg; Hargreaves, Ron; Corsi, Richard; Card, Tom; Hentz, Larry; Kopchynski, David

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STUDY OF HYDROGEN SULFIDE EMISSIONS FROM WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS
pp. 442-456(15)
Authors: Ahn, Terry; Dao, Chloe; Kogan, Vladimir; Torres, Edward

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EVALUATING AND SOLVING ODOR PROBLEMS ALONG A LARGE DIAMETER REGIONAL INTERCEPTOR SEWER
pp. 457-472(16)
Authors: Trypus, John F.; Gans, Roger L.; Murphy, Timothy J.; Doane, Jonathan W.

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DIFFUSED AERATION ODOR CONTROL SYSTEM
pp. 473-482(10)
Authors: Amirhor, Parviz; Hanscom, Michael J.; Veltri, Anthony N.; Gould, Justin D.; Bowker, Robert P.G.

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Impact of the New European Odor Testing Standard on Wastewater Treatment Facilities
pp. 483-492(10)
Authors: McGinley, Charles M.; McGinley, Michael A.

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EXAMINATION OF MECHANISMS FOR ODOR COMPOUND GENERATION DURING LIME STABILIZATION
pp. 493-505(13)
Authors: Kim, Hyunook; Murthy, Sudhir; Peot, Christopher; Ramirez, Mark; Strawn, Mary; McConnell, Laura

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“Not in Your Neighbor's Back Yard” --East Bay Municipal Utility District Installs State-of-the-Art Equipment to Solve Odor Problems
pp. 506-512(7)
Authors: Kiang, Don; Yoloye, Jimi; Clark, Jim; Fiorucci, Randy; Lopez, Dan; Van Durme, Gayle

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Session 17 - Plant Operations II: Plant Operations and Maintenance

Facilitating Decision Making and Operations with Electronic Information Management
pp. 513-527(15)
Authors: O'shaughnessy, Maureen M.; Trimble, Wesley D.; Crawford, Scott; Lynch, Daniel; Leckington, Cal

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ATTITUDE IS EVERYTHING: DEVELOPING A STRATEGY FOR ACHIEVING SAFETY EXCELLENCE
pp. 538-543(6)
Authors: Chandler, Jeffrie L.; Mays, Susan M.

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DECHLORINATION SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS AT THE EAST BAY MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT
pp. 544-554(11)
Authors: De Lange, Vincent P.; Freitas, David L.

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OPTIMIZING OPERATIONS AND IDENTIFYING BOTTLENECKS USING TRACERS
pp. 555-567(13)
Authors: Newbigging, M.; Parker, J.; Butts, K.; McIntyre, J.; Chauvin, D.

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VIRTUAL TOUR OF A WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY. A MULTIMEDIA TOOL FOR TRAINING AND EDUCATION
pp. 568-582(15)
Authors: Baxter, Terry E.; Schell, Devin; Holec, Steven

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Session 18 - Local, International and Public Education Issues: Local Issues–Planning for Growth

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THE CITY OF ATLANTA WASTEWATER TREATMENT PROGRAM: A SUCCESS STORY
pp. 592-605(14)
Authors: Pope, Rod; Bash, Scott; Hurd-Wade, Marcia; Porter, Joe

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WATER RECLAMATION PLANT ON HIGH GROUND
pp. 606-610(5)
Authors: Stephens, Frank J.; Elmendorf, Holly; Porter, Richard; Minchey, Adam

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CHATTAHOOCHEE TUNNEL “TUNNELING INTO THE FUTURE”
pp. 611-620(10)
Authors: Jones, Judy; Robison, Michael J.

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REVIEW OF GEORGIA'S CONSTRUCTED TREATMENT WETLANDS AND THEIR PERFORMANCE
pp. 621-632(12)
Authors: Inman, Brad; Kirk, Jay; Eakin, Steve; Bays, Jim; Thomas, Mike; Philpot, Lonnie; Knight, Bob; Clarke, Ron

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“RECENT EXPERIENCES WITH ODOR CONTROL ISSUES IN THE CITY OF ATLANTA”
pp. 633-656(24)
Authors: Huber, Carl; Thomas, Peter; Elmendorf, Holly; Hurd-Wade, Marcia; Lawrence, Richard

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SEQUENCING BATCH REACTOR AND CLOTH-MEDIA FILTRATION TECHNOLOGY FOR WATER REUSE
pp. 657-668(12)
Authors: Reid, Terence K.; Curren, Kenneth

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ATLANTA GOES UNDERGROUND
pp. 669-674(6)
Authors: Del Nero, Donald E.; Minchey, Adam

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Session 19 - Local, International and Public Education Issues: Regulatory Update 2001 and A Focus on TMDLs

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Session 20 - Research Symposium: Molecular Techniques

THE ROLE OF MOLECULAR METHODS IN ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
pp. 700-707(8)
Author: Rittmann, Bruce E.

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CHARACTERIZATION OF FILAMENTOUS BULKING IN ACTIVATED SLUDGE USING OLIGONUCLEOTIDE HYBRIDIZATION PROBES
pp. 708-717(10)
Authors: Liao, Jiangying; Keith, Julia E.; de los Reyes, Francis L.

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MOLECULAR MICROBIAL ECOLOGY OF ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL IN AERATED-ANOXIC ORBAL™ PROCESSES
pp. 718-731(14)
Authors: Zilles, Julie L.; Peccia, Jordan; Hung, Chun-H.; Noguera, Daniel R.

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MONITORING ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE IN BIOLOGICAL WASTE TREATMENT SYSTEMS
pp. 740-754(15)
Authors: Angenent, Largus T.; Mau, Margit; Jindal, Archana; George, Usha; Zahn, James A.; Raskin, Lutgarde

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Development of DNA Microarray Technology for Environmental Applications
pp. 755-771(17)
Authors: Musarrat, Javed; Criddle, Craig S.; Hashsham, Syed A.

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MICROBIAL SUCCESSION IN ACTIVATED SLUDGE: ECOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES LINK COMMUNITY DIVERSITY AND OPERATING PERFORMANCE
pp. 772-779(8)
Authors: Stroot, Peter G.; Hoessle, Anna R.; Oerther, Daniel B.

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FATTY ACID METHYL ESTER (FAME) ANALYSIS FOR MONITORING NOCARDIA LEVELS IN ACTIVATED SLUDGE
pp. 780-788(9)
Authors: Kim, Il-Kyu; Cha, Daniel K.; Fuhrmann, Jeffry J.; Yeom, Ik-Tae; Ahn, Kyu-Hong

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