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Multivariate Analyses for Monitoring EDCs and PPCPs in Lake Water

Check out the latest open access article in Water Environment Research and discover why it’s become a leading industry source for original water research that’s always ahead of the curve. "Using cluster and principal component analyses, Park et al. investigated the occurrence of contaminants of emerging concern, namely endocrine disrupting compounds (EDC), herbicides, pharmaceuticals, and personal care products in Lake Mead. The authors found that monthly, or even less frequent, sampling was sufficient to capture the occurrence of contaminants at specific locations that were under the influence of water resource recovery facilities." - Tim Ellis.  

The research, conducted by Minji Park, David Reckhow, Michael Lavine, Erik Rosenfeldt, Benjamin Stanford, and Mi-Hyun Park, is this month's featured article in WER's open-access program. 

Read the November open access article  

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Check out WER's most-downloaded articles of the year so far:

  1. A Critical Review of Nuisance Foam Formation and Biological Methods for Foam Management or Elimination in Nutrient Removal Facilities
    Parker, Denny; Bratby, John; Esping, Don; Hull, Ted; Kelly, Rick; Melcer, Henryk; Merlo, Rion; Pope, Rod; Shafer, Todd; Wahlberg, Eric; Witzgall, Robert
  2. Effects of Pollution on Marine Organisms
    Mearns, Alan J.; Reish, Donald J.; Oshida, Philip S.; Ginn, Thomas; Rempel-Hester, Mary Ann; Arthur, Courtney; Rutherford, Nicolle
  3. Simultaneous Biological Nutrient Removal: A State-of-the-Art Review
    Daigger, Glen T.; Littleton, Helen X.
  4. Ammonia-Based Feedforward and Feedback Aeration Control in Activated Sludge Processes
    Rieger, Leiv; Jones, Richard M.; Dold, Peter L.; Bott, Charles B.
  5. Production of Biodiesel and Biogas from Algae: A Review of Process Train Options
    Wiley, Patrick E; Campbell, J. Elliott; McKuin, Brandi

     

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Why publish with WER?

In the last year, WER has an average time from submission to print publication of seven months, making it the destination for active academics and researchers.  Accepted papers are published online upon acceptance, and subscribers receive innovative research from a diverse and international group of authors. Out of more than  16,200 titles, WER is ranked 16th for number of full-text download on Ingentaconnect, proof of WEF's author's prominence in their fields.

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