Sediment/Water Interactions

Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium

  • Peter G. Sly
  • Barry T. Hart
Conference proceedings

Part of the Developments in Hydrobiology book series (DIHY, volume 50)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XIII
  2. Warter and water science management

  3. Habitat changes

  4. Sediment dynamics, transport and deposition, and distributions

  5. Contaminant accumulation, distributions, geochemistry and mineralogy

    1. D. Chakraborti, R. J. A. Van Cleuvenbergen, F. C. Adams
      Pages 151-158
    2. Jingsheng Chen, Lin Dong, Baoshan Deng
      Pages 159-170
    3. Ornella Ferretti, Ilaria Niccolai, Carlo Nike Bianchil, Sergio Tucci, Carla Morri, Fernando Veniale
      Pages 171-187
    4. H. Leenaers, C. J. Schouten, M. C. Rang
      Pages 188-188
    5. Hiroshi Nakanishi, Masayuki Ukita, Masayuki Sekine, Sadaaki Murakami
      Pages 197-211
    6. P. Sinclair, R. Beckett, B. T. Hart
      Pages 239-251
    7. Zhang Shen, Dong Wenjiang, Zhang Licheng, Chen Xibao
      Pages 253-262
  6. Material cycling

  7. Acid rain and lake acidification

  8. Microbially mediated reactions and contaminant effects on micbiota

  9. Bioavailability and toxic effects

  10. Manipulation and disposal techniques

    1. James G. Cooke, Robert E. White
      Pages 418-418
    2. C. J. Schouten, M. C. Rang
      Pages 419-430
  11. Modelling

  12. Methods and analytical techniques

About these proceedings


Introduction The Fourth Symposium on Sediment/Water Interactions was held in Melbourne, Australia, February 16-20th, 1987. The previous three symposia were held in Amsterdam, Kingston (Ontario), and Geneva, In keeping with the approach established in Geneva, contributions addressed sediment/water interactions related to both fresh and salt water conditions. More than 160 papers were given in Melbourne, including more than 20 poster presentations, and collected Abstracts are available from Dr. B. T. Hart. A total of 51 papers, subsequently, have been published as proceedings of the Melbourne Symposium; 45 of these appear in this issue of Hydrobiologia. A further six appeared earlier as a selection of papers in J. Environ. Geol. and Water Science (1988, issue # 1); these six papers appear in abstract form, only, in the present pUblication. Although concerned with the global environment, the International Association for Sediment Water Science attempts to ensure that there is a genuine opportunity for participants to focus on regional issues throughout the world and, in particular, to provide a local forum for their presentation. The Melbourne meeting was particularly successful in achieving this objective, and Australasia was well represented by about 36 percent of the contributors. About 27 percent were from Europe, 17 percent from North America, 7 percent from China and Japan, 7 percent from Southeast Asia and India, and about 6 percent came from other areas. In all, 25 countries were represented.


Acid rain environment geochemistry microorganism nutrient cycling plankton stormwater transport water quality

Editors and affiliations

  • Peter G. Sly
    • 1
  • Barry T. Hart
    • 2
  1. 1.Rawson Academy of Aquatic ScienceOttawaCanada
  2. 2.Stream Ecology CentreChisholm Institute of TechnologyCaulfield EastAustralia

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1989
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-9007-0
  • Online ISBN 978-94-009-2376-8
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