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WEFTEC 2004: Session 11 through Session 20

Session 11: How to Obtain Depth in a Shrinking Workforce

RECRUITING FROM A LIMITED POOL OF CERTIFIED PLANT OPERATORS
pp. 1-8(8)
Authors: Goodburn, Cindy; Tallent, Jim

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Session 12: Water Reuse Planning, Strategies and Case Studies

WATER SUPPLY BENEFITS FROM AN INTEGRATED WATERSHED APPROACH: THE LOS ANGELES EXPERIENCE
pp. 21-36(16)
Authors: Rodrigo, Dan; Lynch, Scott; Hagekhalil, Adel; Van Wagoner, Bill

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Creating the First Integrated Water Management Plans for 16 Metropolitan Counties in Georgia: Ground-Breaking Collaboration Among Utilities
pp. 37-41(5)
Authors: Burnett, Pamela; Ashley, David; Bashaw, Walt; Davis, John; Auster, Jennie

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INTEGRATING DISSIMILAR TREATMENT PLANTS INTO A REGIONAL RECYCLED WATER SYSTEM
pp. 42-47(6)
Authors: Malloy, S.; Spangenberg, C.; Correa, G.; Willey, B.

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Session 13: Educating Your Public Resources for Environmental Success

WHY IS THE PUBLIC SO ANGRY BEFORE WE EVEN START?
pp. 69-71(3)
Author: Cole, Terry

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PROMOTING COOL BLUES AND HOT DATA: USING WATER FESTIVALS TO ADVANCE WATERSHED EDUCATION
pp. 83-94(12)
Authors: Powell, Josephine; Gelderloos, Orin; Arquette-Palermo, Michele; Maggi, Katherine; Ball, Zachare

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TAKING ON A NIMBY DURING CONSTRUCTION THE LITTLE RIVER OUTFALL STORY
pp. 95-111(17)
Authors: Thomas, Peter; Hanson, Rick; Tim, Equels; Browning, Chris

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60 great communication ideas in 60 minutes
pp. 112-125(14)
Authors: Haworth, Joe; Beekman, Carol; Brewer, Linda; Sandul, Duane

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DELIVERING YOUR MESSAGE WITH THE POWER OF VISUAL MEDIA
pp. 131-133(3)
Author: Mills, Tom

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Innovation of Infoworks and its practical use for flood risk communication in extremely urbanized watershed
pp. 135-140(6)
Authors: FURUICHI, Tetsuya; KESUDA, Masashi; MATSUMIYA, Yosuke; MATSUURA, Masayuki; KARIYA, Kaoru

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Session 14: Innovative On-Line Instrumentation and Automation

Radar Level Solves Difficult Water/Wastewater Applications
pp. 141-146(6)
Author: Sims, Larry P.

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EVALUATION OF ON-LINE CHLORINE ANALYZERS FOR AUTOMATED CHLORINATION CONTROL
pp. 147-170(24)
Authors: Wood, Paul J.; Shaw, Andrew R.; Kobylinski, Edmund A.; Sabherwal, Baneeta; Holmes, Timothy A.; Hegeman, Mark

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Assessing Performance of Interface/Sludge Blanket Level Analyzers
pp. 171-184(14)
Authors: Kharkar, Salil; Bailey, Walter; Parker, David; Ross, Maureen; Palmer, Tony

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ADVANCED OXIDATION DITCH DESIGN MEETS STRICT EFFLUENT REQUIREMENTS
pp. 203-214(12)
Authors: Cassity, Nathan; Arant, Steve

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DEMONSTRATION OF PHASE LENGTH CONTROL OF BIODENIPHO® PROCESS USING ON-LINE AMMONIA AND NITRATE ANALYZERS AT THREE FULL-SCALE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS
pp. 215-225(11)
Authors: Zhao, H.W.; Freed, A.J.; DiMassimo, R.W.; Hong, S-N.; Bundgaad, E.; Thomsen, H. A.

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SELECTION OF AUTOMATION EQUIPMENT
pp. 226-231(6)
Author: Geary, Steve

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On-Line Monitor of the Streaming Current One-factor and its Automation System of Adding Coagulants
pp. 232-233(2)
Authors: Liu, H. N.; Xue, Y. J.; Tan, Y. Q.; Qu, J. H.

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Session 15: Water Quality and System Planning

THE CREATION OF A “WETLANDS PARK” GAINS PUBLIC SUPPORT OF A RECYCLING FACILITY AND SECURES GRANT FUNDING
pp. 234-237(4)
Authors: Holmes, Lydia; Ban, Michael; Wing, Doug; Stutz-McDonald, Susan

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HOPKINTON'S PROPOSED SOLUTION TO ITS WASTEWATER DISPOSAL NEEDS WOULD YIELD REGIONAL WATER QUALITY BENEFITS
pp. 238-260(23)
Authors: Parece, Thomas; Blacquier, Rosemary; Gaucher, J.T.; Carty, Eric

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RESPONSIVE DESIGN ACHIEVES WATER QUALITY THRESHOLDS IN THE SENSITIVE BOUNDARY WATERS CANOE AREA WILDERNESS
pp. 261-284(24)
Authors: Block, Timothy J.; Armstrong, Robert G.; Jackson, Terry

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A SMALL COMMUNITY'S APPROACH TO PLANNING A MAJOR PROJECT
pp. 285-296(12)
Authors: Banyai, Timothy R.; Wahlberg, Eric J.; Burck, Ann; Gall, Jerry

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GRINDER STATION BASINS AND DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
pp. 309-314(6)
Authors: McGaver, Joseph J.; Minck, Gary R.

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Session 16: Process Operations

IMPACT OF WATER TREATMENT PLANT RESIDUALS ON FIXED FILM WASTEWATER TREATMENT
pp. 315-325(11)
Authors: Biesterfeld, Sidney; Dane, Mark; Dingeman, Richard; Freeman, Dan; Heppler, Paul; Keilbach, Kurt; Oram, Ernie; Paterniti, David; Waddas, Dan; Lutz, Mike

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PLUGGING THE BRAIN DRAIN: OPERATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY WORKING TOGETHER
pp. 326-335(10)
Authors: Young, B.; Simons, B.; Chitty, J.; Havstad, C.

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RETURN ACTIVATED SLUDGE FLOW RATE CONTROL STRATEGIES
pp. 336-357(22)
Author: Kinnear, David J.

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INNOVATIVE OPERATIONAL STRATEGY PROVIDES RELIEF FOR PROBLEMS WITH POOR SLUDGE SETTLEABILITY
pp. 358-362(5)
Authors: Davel, J.; Narayanan, B.; Demir, J.; Swanback, S.; Schuyler, R.; Hogg, S.; Toepfer, K.

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MATERIALS: 7,000, LABOR: 9,000; SLUDGE BULKING CONTROL: PRICELESS
pp. 363-371(9)
Authors: Habben, C.; Stanley, S.; Bower, B.

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Computerized O&M Manuals – The Future of the O&M Manual
pp. 372-382(11)
Author: Blanchard, J.C.

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Session 17: Ultraviolet Disinfection of Wastewater—Practical Aspects

PARTICLE ACUMMULATION WITHIN A UV DISINFECTION SYSTEM: CAUSES AND EFFECTS ON PERFORMANCE
pp. 383-398(16)
Authors: Bourgeous, Keith; Salveson, Andrew; Narayanan, B.

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PRACTICAL METHODS FOR DESCRIBING UV REACTOR PERFORMANCE FROM VALIDATION DATA
pp. 399-406(8)
Authors: Petri, Brian; Sakaji, Richard H.

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UV DISINFECTION MODELING: IMPLICATIONS OF BACTERIAL COLONIZATION OF WASTEWATER SOLIDS
pp. 407-419(13)
Authors: Jensen, James N.; Madge, Bethany A.

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RICHMOND, VIRGINIA INVESTIGATES UV DISINFECTION OF LARGE CSO OUTFALL
pp. 420-443(24)
Authors: Chandler, Kenneth L.; Steidel, Robert; Watson, Clair; Maisch, Federico E.; Cronin, Edward J.; Liang, Lin; Guhse, George L.

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BACTERIAL COLONIZATION OF WASTEWATER SOLIDS AND THEIR RELEVANCE IN UV DISINFECTION
pp. 444-456(13)
Authors: Madge, Bethany A.; Jensen, James N.

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UV REACTOR VALIDATION: MATCHING THE MICROBE WITH THE TARGET DOSE
pp. 457-471(15)
Authors: Lawryshyn, Y. A.; Scheible, O.K.

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ON-SITE COLLIMATED UV BEAM TESTING OF SECONDARY AND BLENDED EFFLUENT
pp. 472-483(12)
Authors: Baker, Simon C.; Oleszkiewicz, Jan A.; Madrid, Esteban R.; Gibson, Dwight E.

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HAS SOMETHING GONE FOUL WITH YOUR UV? THE IMPACT OF SLEEVE FOULING ON DELIVERED UV DOSE
pp. 484-495(12)
Authors: Salveson, Andrew; Oliver, Mike; Bourgeous, Keith; Mahar, Erica

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DESIGN AND OPERATION OF AN ULTRAVIOLET DISINFECTION SYSTEM FOR A MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT IN YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN
pp. 497-505(9)
Authors: Kang, S. J.; Allbaugh, T. A.; Erickson, T. L.; Olmstead, K. P.; Thomas, L.; Thomas, P.

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Session 18: Kyoto Protocol and Climate Change

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INCOPORATING EXTERNAL COSTS OF GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS INTO LIFE CYCLE COSTING OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT
pp. 549-565(17)
Authors: Bagley, David M.; Dunnett, David; MacLean, Heather; Monteith, Hugh

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Session 19: Wastewater Treatment Innovations

ELECTRICITY FROM DOMESTIC WASTEWATER CAN BE HARVESTED IN MICROBIAL FUEL CELLS
pp. 581-585(5)
Authors: Logan, Bruce; Liu, Hong; Oh, Sang-Eun; Min, Booki

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EVALUATING STRATEGIES FOR INTEGRATING BACTERIAL CELLS INTO A BIOSENSOR DESIGNED TO DETECT ELECTROPHILIC TOXINS
pp. 608-624(17)
Authors: Linares, K.; Fleming, D.; Xu, Y.; Love, N.; Love, B.; Meehan, K.

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PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF SUBMERGED MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR AND CONVENTIONAL ACTIVATED SLUDGES
pp. 625-642(18)
Authors: Merlo, Rion P.; Trussell, R. Shane; Hermanowicz, Slawomir W.; Jenkins, David

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EVALUATION OF UPFLOW FILTERS FOR STORMWATER TREATMENT AT CRITICAL SOURCE AREAS
pp. 643-671(29)
Authors: Pratap, M.; Clark, S. E.; Pitt, R.; Johnson, P.D.

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KINETICS OF HYDROGEN-DEPENDENT DENITRIFICATION UNDER VARYING ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
pp. 672-684(13)
Authors: Rezania, B.; Oleszkiewicz, J. A.; Cicek, N.

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BIODEGRADABLE DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON DETERMINATION USING COMMERCIAL BIOCHEMICAL OXYGEN DEMAND SEEDS
pp. 685-695(11)
Authors: Khan, Eakalak; Sy-Savane, Ousmane; Jittawattanarat, Rungrod

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Session 20: Membrane Bioreactors

THE EFFECT OF ORGANIC LOADING ON MEMBRANE FOULING IN A SUBMERGED MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR TREATING MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER
pp. 696-716(21)
Authors: Trussell, R. Shane; Merlo, Rion P.; Hermanowicz, Slawomir W.; Jenkins, David

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EXAMINING THE INITIATION OF BIOFOULING IN MEMBRANE BIOREACTORS TREATING PULP AND PAPER WASTEWATER
pp. 717-730(14)
Authors: ZHANG, K.; CHOI, H.; SORIAL, G.A.; DIONYSIOU, D.; OERTHER, D.B.

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EVALUATION AND OPTIMIZATION OF MEMBRANE BIOREACTORS FOR WATER RECLAMATION
pp. 731-748(18)
Authors: Adham, Samer; DeCarolis, James; Grounds, Jude; Wasserman, Larry; Pearce, Bill

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COMPARISON OF TWO MEMBRANE BIOREACTORS AND AN ACTIVATED SLUDGE PLANT WITH DUAL-MEDIA FILTRATION: NUTRIENT AND PRIORITY POLLUTENTS REMOVALS
pp. 749-761(13)
Authors: Mansell, Bruce; Kuo, Jeff; Tang, Chi-Chung; Thompson, Shawn; Jackson, Jim; Garcia, April; Gabrielian, Elly; Horvath, Robert; Stahl, James

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A DYNAMIC, MECHANISTIC MODEL FOR MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR (MBR) TREATMENT PROCESSES, USING IWA ACTIVATED SLUDGE BIOLOGICAL MODELS.
pp. 762-766(5)
Authors: Snowling, Spencer; Schraa, Oliver; Copp, John B.; Belia, Evangelia

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