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Session 2



Track A2: Treatment and Removal 2


Characterization of DOM Removal by Full-Scale Biological Activated Carbon (BAC) Filters Having Different Ages

Presented by Jenyuk Lohwacharin, The University of Tokyo

Co-authors: Y. Yang, N. Watanabe, A. Phetrak, H. Sakai, M. Murakami, K. Oguma, and S. Takizawa


Effect of Biological Activated Carbon Filters on the Removal of Biodegradable NOM and Molecular Weight

Presented by Kerry E. Black, University of British Columbia

Co-authors: P.R. Bérubé


Polyaluminium Chloride and Chitosan Composite Coagulant for Natural Organic Matter Removal

Presented by Mega Ng, University of New South Wales

Co-authors: A. Liana, S. Liu, M. Lim, C. Chow, D. Wang, M. Drikas, and R. Amal




Track B2: Molecular Characterization 2


Molecular Composition and Optical Properties of Natural Organic Matter: Correlating Bulk Spectroscopy and Ultrahigh Resolution Mass Spectrometry

Presented by William T. Cooper, Florida State University

Co-authors: M. Tfaily, R. Hamdan, A. Zare, J.E. Corbett, J.P. Chanton


Fluorescence-Based Rapid Identification of Different Natural Organic Matter Fractions for Drinking Water Treatment Applications

Presented by Ramila H. Peiris, University of Waterloo

Co-authors: H. Budman, C. Moresoli and R.L. Legge


Characterization of DOM in Humic Rich Tributaries of a Drinking Water Reservoir in Saxony Using Ultra-High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry (FTICR/MS) and Excitation Emission Matrix Fluorescence Spectroscopy (EEMF)

Presented by Peter Herzsprung, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ

Co-authors: W. v.Tümpling, J. Bravidor, N. Hertkorn, M. Harir, and P. Schmitt-Kopplin




Track C2: Disinfection Byproducts 2


Kinetic Measurements of Disinfection By-Product Formation in Model Systems and Natural Waters Using Membrane Introduction Mass Spectrometry Techniques

Presented by Cameron Newhook, Vancouver Island University

Co-authors: K.D. Duncan, Z.H. Yim, C.G. Gill, and E.T. Krogh


Occurrence of Iodinated-THMs in UK Drinking Waters

Presented by Simon Parsons, Cranfield University

Co-authors: E. Goslan




Track D2: Membranes 1


Preventing Membrane Fouling by Osmosis Stress

Presented by Leda Katebian, University of California, Irvine

Co-authors: S. Jiang


Balancing the Total Organic Carbon to Nitrogen to Phosphorus Ratio as a Strategy to Control Seawater Reverse Osmosis Membrane Biofouling

Presented by Simon (Siqian) Huang, University of California, Irvine

Co-authors: S. Jiang and N. Voutchkov


TEP, an Ubiquitous Constituent of NOM, Is an Important Factor in Membrane Biofouling

Presented by Tom Berman, Kinneret Limnological Laboratory, Israel Oceanographic and Limnological Research



Track E2: Advanced Oxidation 2


Impact of NOM and Nitrate on the Feasibility of UV/H2O2 Treatment for Organic Micropollutant Control

Presented by Bram J. Martijn, PWN Water Supply Company North Holland

Co-authors: J.P. Malley and J.C. Kruithof


NOM Fractionation to Compare the Effectiveness of Advanced Oxidation Process

Presented by Graham A. Gagnon, Dalhousie University

Co-authors: K.R. Montreuil and R. Lamsal


Use of Organic Characterization Techniques to Monitor Advanced Oxidation Processes in Water Reuse and Wastewater Treatment

Presented by Benjamin D. Stanford, Hazen and Sawyer

Co-authors: A. Pisarenko, D. Gerrity, E. Wert, G. Korshin, and S. Snyder



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