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May 22 2015

Performance comparison between two equal stabilization ponds operating with and without a sludge layer

The latest blog in our Journal Author Guest Post series comes from V.A.J. Rodrigues, corresponding author of Performance comparison between two equal stabilization ponds operation with and without sludge layer, Journal of Water Science and Technology Vol 71 No 6 (pp 929–937).

May 15 2015

Carbon footprint of water reuse and desalination: a review of greenhouse gas emissions and estimation tools

The latest blog in our Journal Author Guest Post series comes from James R. Mihelcic, co-author of Cornejo, P.K., Santana, M.V.E., Hokanson, D.R., Mihelcic, J.R., Zhang, Q., "Carbon footprint of water reuse and desalination: a review of greenhouse gas emissions and estimation tools," Journal of Water Reuse and Desalination Vol 4 No 4 (pp 238–252).

May 08 2015

The City Blueprint of Amsterdam: an assessment of integrated water resources management in the capital of the Netherlands

This blog post is related to a paper of the same name, which appeared in Water Science and Technology: Water Supply Vol 15 No 2 (pp 404-410), written by C.J. Van Leeuwen and R.M.A. Sjerps.

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