Tuesday, November 14, 2006: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Continental 6 (Hilton San Francisco)
#257 - Sustainability of Drinking Water Supply (TE007)
The session will address the many essential roles water plays maintaining human health and survival, protecting sensitive ecosystems, producing an ample food supply, promoting overall economic prosperity, enhancing recreation and aesthetics, and providing for the long-term security of individuals and nations. The primary focuses are: 1. Develop a Robust Set of Indicators for Sustainable Water Management 2. Improve Data and Monitoring Systems for Sustainable Water Management 3. Advance Interdisciplinary Scientific Research on Sustainable Water Management 4. Integrate Social Science and Natural Science Research on Sustainable Water Management 5. Develop a Broad Spectrum of Technologies to Advance Sustainable Water Management
Chair:Isabel Escobar
Cochairs:Hideto Matsuyama
Kazuhiro Mochidzuki
12:30 PMThe U. S. National Science Foundation's Waters Network Initiative
Nicholas L. Clesceri, Patrick L. Brezonik
12:51 PMMapping Multiple Interactions: Social Relations and Nutrient Loading in Source Water
Stephen Gasteyer, Ximing Cai
1:12 PMPurification of Water Using Nanotubes
Elias N. Saikaly
1:33 PMDevelopment of Hybrid Ultrafiltration Combined with Both Flocculation and Adsorption Treatments for Advanced Removal of Humic Substances
Yasuhito Mukai, Tatsuhiko Hirano, Eiji Iritani
1:54 PMPreparation of Porous Poly(Vinyl Butyral)-Tio2 Composite Hollow Fiber Membrane for Drinking Water Treatment
Hideto Matsuyama, Fu Xunyao
2:15 PMDepth Filter Membranes of Biodegradable Polyesters
Takaaki Tanaka, Takashi Tsuchiya, Hidema Takahashi, Masayuki Taniguchi, Douglas R. Lloyd
2:36 PMFouling Monitoring during Microfiltration of Surface Water by Filtration Resistance and Streaming Potential
Kazuho Nakamura, Shohei Fukada, Kanji Matsumoto

See more of Topical E: Sustainability [CoSponsored by The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan (SCEJ)]

See more of The 2006 Annual Meeting