Off-flavours in drinking water and aquatic organisms proceedings of the 3rd IAWPRC international symposium held in LosAngeles, USA, 3 - 8 March 1991
Print Book, English, 1992
Pergamon Press, Oxford [u.a.], 1992
Konferenzschrift 1991 Los Angeles, Calif
X, 343 S Ill., graph. Darst
Section headings and selected papers: Preface. Sensory Characterization of Off-Flavours. Sensory analysis of trout tainted by diesel fuel in ambient water, H. K. Davis et al. Sensory and chemical characterization of fish tainted by exposure to oil sand wastewaters, C. W. Koning & S. E. Hru;ey. The use of organoleptic investigations to evaluate the quality of materials in contact with drinking water, S. Rigal. Public evaluation of fish tainting from pulp and paper mill discharges, C. G. Jardine. Physical chemical characterization of five earthy-musty-smelling compounds, M. Pirbazari et al. Volatile organic sulfur compounds associated with blue-green algae from inland waters of Japan, Y. Tsuchiya et al. Biochemistry of Off-Flavours. Genetic studies into musty odor production by actinomycetes, Y. Ishibashi. Growth characteristics of the musty odor producing alga, Oscillatoria tenuis, T. Hoson. Chemical Ecology and Biology of Off-Flavours. Production and reduction of geosmin and 2-methylisoborneol during storage of river water in deep reservoirs, L. W. C. A. Van Breemen et al. Off-flavors in surface waters - how efficient is bank filtration for their abatement in drinking water? I. Chorus et al. Chemical perception and response of the Nile tilapia to geosmin, G. Kawamura et al. Technology of Off-Flavour Abatement. The use of sodium carbonate peroxyhydrate to treat off-flavor in commercial catfish ponds, J. F. Martin. A summary of problem areas in aquatic off-flavour research, P.-E. Persson. Subject Index.