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Sediments and Water Interactions

Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Interactions Between Sediments and Water, held in Geneva, Switzerland, August 27–31, 1984

  • Peter G. Sly

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxi
  2. Sediment Dynamics, Solid and Aqueous Phase Transport and Material Distribution in Aquatic Environments

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. V. Damiani, E. Ambrosano, S. De Rosa, R. De Simone, O. Ferretti, G. Izzo et al.
      Pages 13-25
    3. Robert H. Kennedy, William F. James, Robert H. Montgomery, Joe Nix
      Pages 53-62
  3. Land Use and Loadings Regulation Effects on Material Yields and Water Quality

  4. Contaminant Accumulation, Mineralogy, and Materials Speciation in Sediments

  5. Sediments and Associated Parameters in Models, Mass Balance, and Loadings

  6. Material Cycling, Sink/Release Mechanisms, Transfer to Biosystem From Bed and Suspended Sediment

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 303-303
    2. Wolfgang Ahlf, Wolfgang Calmano, Ulrich Förstner
      Pages 319-324
    3. W. Balzer, F. Pollehne, H. Erlenkeuser
      Pages 325-330
    4. Dennis A. Darby, Donald D. Adams, William T. Nivens
      Pages 343-351
    5. François E. Fernex, Daniel Span, Gilles N. Flatau, Daniel Renard
      Pages 353-370
    6. Ulrich Förstner, Wolfgang Ahlf, Wolfgang Calmano, Michael Kersten, Wim Salomons
      Pages 371-380
    7. Edeltrauda Helios-Rybicka, Ulrich Förstner
      Pages 381-385
    8. G. M. P. Morrison, D. M. Revitt, J. B. Ellis, G. Svensson, P. Balmér
      Pages 399-406
    9. Kurt Pettersson, Bengt Boström
      Pages 427-435
    10. Madelyn Stafford-Glase, John P. Barlow
      Pages 451-459
  7. Manipulation and Disposal Techniques

  8. Sedimentation Rates and Fluxes, Dating, Spatial and Temporal Variations

About these proceedings

Introduction

The first symposium on sediment/freshwater interactions was held in Amsterdam, in 1976, and the second was held at Kingston, Ontario, Canada, in 1981. The third symposium was held at the University of Geneva, in 1984, and also included a num­ ber of contributions dealing with sediment/saltwater interactions. It is expected that future symposia of this series will retain this approach, and that the revised sympo­ sium title will remain the same for later proceedings of these meetings. Because of the large number of submissions in 1984, many were given as poster presentations. Extended abstracts of all contributions to the Geneva symposium appear in Interactions Between Sediments and Ubter (C. E. P. Consultants Ltd. , 26 Albany St. , Edinburgh, EHI 3QH, U. K. , 1984). Full-length papers appear only in the proceedings. The format of the third symposium was similar to its predecessors. The location provided a particularly good opportunity for attendance by European scientists, who represented about 81% of the participants. About 16% came from North America and 3% were from Southeast Asia and Australia. It is unfortunate that there were no contributors from either Africa or South America, or other parts of Asia. In all, 16 countries were represented at this symposium. In a continuing attempt to provide equal opportunities for attendance by scientists from other parts of the world, it is planned to hold the next symposium in Australia in 1987. Further information about the symposia series can be obtained from Dr. E. D.

Keywords

Biom biomass environment geochemistry phytoplankton plankton wetland

Editors and affiliations

  • Peter G. Sly
    • 1
  1. 1.National Water Research InstituteCanada Centre for Inland Waters (CCIW)BurlingtonCanada

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