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Biology and water pollution control [by] Charles E. Warren, in collaboration with Peter Doudoroff.

; Doudoroff, Peter
Philadelphia, Saunders, 1971.
ISBN 9780721691206, 072169120X

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Other Authors Doudoroff, Peter.
Subjects Biologische aspecten.
Eau -- Pollution.
Ecologie des eaux douces.
Freshwater ecology.
Water -- Pollution.
Water Pollution -- prevention & control.
Description xvi, 434 pages illustrations 27 cm
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 397-421) and index.
Contents Part I. Introduction -- 1. Historical background -- 2. The meaning of pollution -- 3. Water quality standards and water use classification -- 4. Biological approaches to water pollution problems -- Part II. Conditions of life in the aquatic environment -- 5. The physical and chemical environment -- 6. Kinds of water pollution -- Part III. Morphology and physiology -- 7. The significance of morphological and physiological change -- 8. Morphological and physiological adaptations -- Part IV. Ecology of the individual organism -- 9. The individual organism as a unit of study -- 10. Development -- 11. Bioenergetics and growth -- 12. Behavior -- 13. Tolerance of lethal conditions -- 14. Application of toxicity bioassay results -- Part V. Population ecology -- 15. The population as a unit of study -- 16. Population dynamics -- 17. Production -- Part VI. Community ecology -- 18. The community as a unit of study -- 19. Energy and material transfer -- 20. Biological indices -- 21. Biological waste treatment -- Part VII. Conclusion -- 22. Ecological change: its acceptability and evaluation -- 23. The roles of water pollution biologists.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)127254
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WorldCat Identities Warren, Charles E., 1926-
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