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Determining the source of fecal contamination in recreational waters.

The following book contains a chapter dedicated to swimming areas and a chapter on water pollution and water quality controls.

Handbook of Environmental Health: Volume II--Pollutant Interactions in Air, Water, and Soil (Fourth Edition)

Herman Koren and Michael S. Bisesi (2003)

Focusing on factors that are generally associated with the outdoor environment, this volume discusses a variety of environmental issues such as toxic air pollutants and air quality control; risk assessment; solid and hazardous waste problems and controls; safe-drinking-water problems and standards; onsite and public sewage problems and control; plumbing hazards; air, water, and solid waste programs; technology transfer; geographic information systems and mapping; bioterrorism and security; disaster emergency health programs; ocean dumping; and more. This volume is a study reference for NEHA's R.E.H.S./R.S. exam.

876 pages, hardcover. Member: $139.95. Nonmember: $163.25. Catalog #215B.

Library Corner is designed to supplement the articles in each issue by describing additional information resources pertaining to featured topics. If a particular Journal article piques your interest, check the Library Corner--more information may be available. For your convenience, the sources cited in Library Corner will be available for purchase through NEHA.
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Date:Jul 1, 2005
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