Management Of Intentional And Accidental Water Pollution by Gyula DuraManagement Of Intentional And Accidental Water Pollution by Gyula Dura

Management Of Intentional And Accidental Water Pollution

byGyula DuraEditorVeska Kambourova, Fina Simeonova

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Scientists, representing the fields of agriculture, biodiversity, ecology epidemiology, medicine, microbiology, public health, toxicology, risk assessment, environmental protection and bioethics from 15 countries and 3 continents came together in May 8-12 2005, in Sofia, Bulgaria to discuss the future of water safety and security. The goals of the workshop included a discussion of the state of the science in identification of new research and approaches for water pollution events and communication of the management of water pollution and sustainability of water resources. Critical to management of accidental and intentional pollution events is the assessment of the risk, an understanding of the hazards and lessons learned from events which may lead to preventative management and control strategies. Public health protection will ultimately be improved by the ability to develop management frameworks which are flexible and adaptable to the specific region, country or watershed problems and concerns and allow for prioritization in the decision making. The integration of scientific information regarding the types of hazards the environmental fate of the chemical/biological, exposure pathways and human and ecosystem impacts may be implemented from both a qualitative or descriptive approach or using a more classical quantitative risk assessment paradigm. Thus the frameworks for assessing the risk and managing the risk may be seen as preventive, early warning and responsive.
Title:Management Of Intentional And Accidental Water PollutionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:344 pagesPublished:July 13, 2006Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Contents. Preface. Acknowledgements. Potential Water Quality Problems Posed by Intentional/Accidental Interventions; V. Kambourova.- Quantitative Health Risk Assessment Resulting from Groundwater Contamination of an abandoned open field Chemical Waste Burning Site; G. Dura et al.- Acute and Chronic Toxicity of Chemical Warfare Agents and Warfare Toxins in drinking Water; H.H. Dieter.- Lessons learned from the Cyanide and Heavy Metal Accidental Water Pollution in the TISA River Basin in the Year 2000; F.Laszlo.-Environmental Contamination on Former Military Sites and Hazards to the Drinking Water in Germany Inventory and Health Risk Assessment of Environmental Contaminants; H-M. Mulisch.- Contamination of Water Basins of Armenian by Persistent organic Pollutants; A. Alecksandria.- .-Pesticide Risk Assessment to Protect Aquatic Systems; D. Auteri and M. Mangiarotti.- Identification and Characterization of Biological Risk for Water; J.B. Rose.- Biological Agents Like Threat Causing ones or Tools for Detecting Hazards; A. Törökné.- Microbial Resistance to Chemical Contaminants - an Essential Precondition of Natural Attenuation in Groundwater Aquifer; Z.Filip and K. Demnerova.- Specific Biological Threats in Western Mediterranean Region; T. Hamid et al.- Is Environmental Pollution with Polychlorinated Biphenyls a Problem for Bulgaria; T. Rizoi et al.-Does Surface Water Treatment need special Measures in the Czech Republic?; V. Bencko.- Water Management in Republic of Moldova Principal Threats; N. Opopol.-Water Management in Morocco; H. Taleb.- The Romanian National Accidental and Intentional Polluted Water Management System; Liviu -D. Galatchi.- Risk for Pregnant Women due to Biological and Chemical Pollution of Drinking Water; A. Potapenko.- Chemical Terrorism: Threats to Water Supplies; A. Bernard and C. de Burbure.-Water Frame Directive - an Effective Approach for Pollution Prevention of Water Sources in case of Emergencies at River Basin Level; G. Gopina.-Water Quality Management in Agriculture: The Case of Lombardy - North Italy; C. Riparbelli et al.- Principles of Chemical Water Safety for Reproductive Health Protection; O.Sivochalova and S. Plitman.- Maintenance and Improvement of Drinking Water Safety with special regard to its rolein food safety; M.Borsanyi and G. Dura.- Pesticides and Surface Water. The Role of Modeling as a Tool to Manage Contamination; G. Azimonti and G. Triacchini.- Low-Cost Adsorbents for the Removal of Nitrophenols from Waste Waters; B. Koumonova and Z. Yaneva.- Actualizing Water Ethics in the Regional Context of the Arab World; M. Hefny.- Ethical Aspects of Water Pollution and Management; P. Smalko.- Ensuring Adequate Reaction in Case of extreme Water Pollution through Training and Education; I.S. Bocsan and M.I.Brumbeciu.- Round Table Discussion. Possible Biological Threats for Europe; A. Törökné.- Water Security and the Threats from Biological Agents of Concern; J. B. Rose.-Findings Conclusions and Recommendations.