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2011 NOM Conference PowerPoint Presentations and Papers

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Session 2

 

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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

 

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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

 

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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

 

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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


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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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