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    1. Spooner, SB
      Integrated monitoring and modelling of odours in sewerage systems

      JOURNAL OF THE CHARTERED INSTITUTION OF WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    2. Vorkamp, K; Herrmann, R; Hvitved-Jacobsen, T
      Characterisation of organic matter from anaerobic digestion of organic waste by aerobic microbial activity

      BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY
    3. Koziel, JA; Corsi, RL; Lawler, DF
      Gas-liquid mass transfer along small sewer reaches

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-ASCE
    4. Bakir, HA
      Sustainable wastewater management for small communities in the Middle Eastand North Africa

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    5. Dlas, SP; Matos, JS
      Small diameter gravity sewers: self-cleansing conditions and aspects of wastewater quality

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    6. Sterling, M; Knight, DW
      Resistance and boundary shear in circular conduits with flat beds running part full

      Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers. Water and maritime engineering
    7. Mansell, MG
      Modelling the impact of urban discharges on receiving waters

      Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers. Water and maritime engineering
    8. Fenner, RA; Sweeting, L; Marriott, MJ
      A new approach for directing proactive sewer maintenance

      Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers. Water and maritime engineering
    9. McMahon, P; Moran, D; Sutherland, P; Simmonds, C
      Contingent valuation of first-time sewerage provision in south-east England

      JOURNAL OF THE CHARTERED INSTITUTION OF WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    10. Rasbash, J
      Developments in structured-wall plastics sewer pipes and a method of testing their resistance to damage

      JOURNAL OF THE CHARTERED INSTITUTION OF WATER AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    11. Tanaka, N; Hvitved-Jacobsen, T; Horie, T
      Transformations of carbon and sulfur wastewater components under aerobic-anaerobic transient conditions in sewer systems

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    12. Tanaka, N; Hvitved-Jacobsen, T; Ochi, T; Sato, N
      Aerobic-anaerobic microbial wastewater transformations and re-aeration in an air-injected pressure sewer

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    13. Delgado-Diaz, S; Alvarez, M; Rodriguez-Gomez, LE; Aguiar, ES
      Using oxidation-reduction potential as septicity control parameter during reclaimed wastewater transportation

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    14. Blackwood, DJ; Ashley, RM; Petrie, M; Oltean-Dumbrava, C; Jones, C
      Making decisions for upgrading wastewater systems

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS-MUNICIPAL ENGINEER
    15. Micklam, A; Gibbins, J; Collins, G; Lass, M
      Design and construction of infrastructure on the Greenwich peninsula

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS-CIVIL ENGINEERING
    16. Mailhot, A; Duchesne, S; Musso, E; Villeneuve, JP
      Modeling of the evolution of the structural status of a storm sewer system- Application to a municipality in Quebec

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
    17. Hvitved-Jacobsen, T; Vollertsen, J; Tanaka, N
      An integrated aerobic/anaerobic approach for prediction of sulfide formation in sewers

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    18. Peccia, J; Marchand, EA; Silverstein, J; Hernandez, M
      Development and application of small-subunit rRNA probes for assessment ofselected Thiobacillus species and members of the genus Acidiphilium

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    19. Dewaters, JE; Zander, AK; Grimberg, SJ
      The use of ferric salts for controlling sulfide odors in high-strength pulp and paper manufacturing wastes

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE
    20. Reish, DJ; Gerlinger, TV; Fanizza, M; Soong, K; Armstrong, JL
      Effect of marine sediments associated with the Orange County, California, ocean outfall on the survival and growth of juvenile Neanthes arenaceodentata (Annelida : Polychaeta)

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    21. Heaney, JP; Wright, L; Sample, D
      Research needs in urban wet weather flows

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    22. Olsen, GN; Danbury, MF; Leatherbarrow, B
      The Mersey Estuary Pollution Alleviation Scheme: Liverpool interceptor sewers

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS-WATER MARITIME AND ENERGY
    23. Arthur, S; Ashley, R; Tait, S; Nalluri, C
      Sediment transport in sewers - a step towards the design of sewers to control sediment problems

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS-WATER MARITIME AND ENERGY
    24. Hartshorne, DC; Cadman, P
      Storm flood relief tank - Westbourne Avenue, Rhyl

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS-MUNICIPAL ENGINEER
    25. O'Hare, KJ
      The Staveley sewerage strategy

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS-MUNICIPAL ENGINEER
    26. Bratby, A
      Dealing with operational problems in ex-section 24 sewers

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS-MUNICIPAL ENGINEER
    27. Fenner, RA; Sweeting, L
      A decision support model for the rehabilitation of "non-critical" sewers

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    28. Armitage, NP; Rooseboom, A
      The removal of litter from stormwater conduits in the developing world

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    29. Hvitved-Jacobsen, T; Vollertsen, J; Tanaka, N
      Wastewater quality changes during transport in sewers - An integrated aerobic and anaerobic model concept for carbon and sulfur microbial transformations (vol 38, pg 257, 1998)

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    30. Delgado, S; Alvarez, M; Rodriguez-Gomez, LE; Aguiar, E
      H2S generation in a reclaimed urban wastewater pipe. Case study: Tenerife (Spain)

      WATER RESEARCH
    31. Vollertsen, J; Hvitved-Jacobsen, T
      Stoichiometric and kinetic model parameters for microbial transformations of suspended solids in combined sewer systems

      WATER RESEARCH
    32. Gandy, M
      The Paris sewers and the rationalization of urban space

      TRANSACTIONS OF THE INSTITUTE OF BRITISH GEOGRAPHERS
    33. CANT J; TREW J
      HIGH-PRESSURE WATER JETTING - AVOIDING DAMAGE TO SEWERS

      Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    34. BISHOP PK; MISSTEAR BD; WHITE M; HARDING NJ
      IMPACTS OF SEWERS ON GROUNDWATER QUALITY

      Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    35. DUKE LD; KIHARA MM
      WATER-QUALITY CONCERNS AND REGULATORY CONTROLS FOR NONSTORM WATER DISCHARGES TO STORM DRAINS

      Journal of the american water resources association
    36. BJERRE HL; HVITVEDJACOBSEN T; TEICHGRABER B; SCHLEGEL S
      MODELING OF AEROBIC WASTE-WATER TRANSFORMATIONS UNDER SEWER CONDITIONS IN THE EMSCHER RIVER, GERMANY

      Water environment research
    37. OLSON DA; VARMA S; CORSI RL
      A NEW APPROACH FOR ESTIMATING VOLATILE ORGANIC-COMPOUND EMISSIONS FROM SEWERS - METHODOLOGY AND ASSOCIATED ERRORS

      Water environment research
    38. TAYLOR N; PRIDMORE TP; FU S
      AUTOMATIC VISUAL DETECTION OF LATERAL JUNCTIONS IN SEWERS

      Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers. Water, maritime and energy
    39. SAUL AJ; HARWOOD R
      GROSS SOLID RETENTION EFFICIENCY OF HYDRODYNAMIC SEPARATOR CSOS

      Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers. Water, maritime and energy
    40. RAEMY F; HAGER WH
      HYDRAULIC LEVEL CONTROL BY HINGED FLAP GATE

      Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers. Water, maritime and energy
    41. Warith, MA; Kennedy, K; Reitsma, R
      Use of sanitary sewers as wastewater pre-treatment systems

      WASTE MANAGEMENT
    42. COOPER D; PRIDMORE TP; TAYLOR N
      TOWARDS THE RECOVERY OF EXTRINSIC CAMERA PARAMETERS FROM VIDEO RECORDS OF SEWER SURVEYS

      Machine vision and applications
    43. LI J; ORLAND R; HOGENBIRK T
      ENVIRONMENTAL ROAD AND LOT DRAINAGE DESIGNS - ALTERNATIVES TO THE CURB-GUTTER-SEWER SYSTEM

      Canadian journal of civil engineering
    44. AESOY A; ODEGAARD H; HAEGH M; RISLA F; BENTZEN G
      UPGRADING WASTE-WATER TREATMENT PLANTS BY THE USE OF BIOFILM CARRIERS, OXYGEN ADDITION AND PRETREATMENT IN THE SEWER NETWORK

      Water science and technology
    45. BJERRE HL; HVITVEDJACOBSEN T; SCHLEGEL S; TEICHGRABER B
      BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITY OF BIOFILM AND SEDIMENT IN THE EMSCHER RIVER, GERMANY

      Water science and technology
    46. DAVIES JW; BUTLER D; SMALL JL; SEKULOSKI V; JEFFERIES C
      GROSS SOLIDS TRANSPORT AND DEGRADATION

      Water science and technology
    47. KITAGAWA M; OCHI T; TANAKA S
      STUDY ON HYDROGEN-SULFIDE GENERATION RATE IN PRESSURE MAINS

      Water science and technology
    48. NIELSEN PH; RAUNKJAER K; HVITVEDJACOBSEN T
      SULFIDE PRODUCTION AND WASTE-WATER QUALITY IN PRESSURE MAINS

      Water science and technology
    49. TAIT SJ; RUSHFORTH PJ; SAUL AJ
      A LABORATORY STUDY OF THE EROSION AND TRANSPORT OF COHESIVE-LIKE SEDIMENT MIXTURES IN SEWERS

      Water science and technology
    50. AHYERRE M; CHEBBO G; TASSIN B; GAUME E
      STORM WATER-QUALITY MODELING, AN AMBITIOUS OBJECTIVE

      Water science and technology
    51. LARSEN T; BROCH K; ANDERSEN MR
      FIRST FLUSH EFFECTS IN AN URBAN CATCHMENT-AREA IN AALBORG

      Water science and technology
    52. Rauch, W; Aalderink, H; Krebs, P; Schilling, W; Vanrolleghem, P
      Requirements for integrated wastewater models - Driven by receiving water objectives

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    53. Elmaleh, S; Delgado, S; Alvarez, M; Rodriguez-Gomez, LE; Aguiar, E
      Forecasting of H2S build-up in a reclaimed wastewater pipe

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    54. Vollertsen, J; Hvitved-Jacobsen, T; McGregor, I; Ashley, R
      Aerobic microbial transformations of pipe and silt trap sediments from combined sewers

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    55. JAMES KJ; STACK MA
      RAPID-DETERMINATION OF VOLATILE ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS IN ENVIRONMENTALLY HAZARDOUS WASTEWATERS USING SOLID-PHASE MICROEXTRACTION

      Fresenius' journal of analytical chemistry
    56. OLSON D; RAJAGOPALAN S; CORSI RL
      VENTILATION OF INDUSTRIAL-PROCESS DRAINS - MECHANISMS AND EFFECTS ON VOC EMISSIONS

      Journal of environmental engineering
    57. ROULEAU S; LESSARD P; BELLEFLEUR D
      BEHAVIOR OF A SMALL WASTE-WATER TREATMENT-PLANT DURING RAIN EVENTS

      Canadian journal of civil engineering
    58. NALLURI C; ELZAEMEY AK; CHAN HL
      SEDIMENT TRANSPORT OVER FIXED DEPOSITED BEDS IN SEWERS - AN APPRAISALOF EXISTING MODELS

      Water science and technology
    59. AESOY A; STORFJELL M; MELLGREN L; HELNESS H; THORVALDSEN G; ODEGAARD H; BENTZEN G
      A COMPARISON OF BIOFILM GROWTH AND WATER-QUALITY CHANGES IN SEWERS WITH ANOXIC AND ANAEROBIC (SEPTIC) CONDITIONS

      Water science and technology
    60. MARRIOTT MJ
      THE HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS OF OVOID SEWERS

      Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    61. FORD R; CAUSLEY G
      THAMES-WATER-UTILITIES EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO THE BISHOPSGATE BOMB IN APRIL 1993

      Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    62. DAVIES JW; XU YL; BUTLER D
      GROSS SOLIDS MOVEMENT IN SEWERS - LABORATORY STUDIES AS A BASIS FOR AMODEL

      Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    63. HAO OJ; CHEN JM; HUANG L; BUGLASS RL
      SULFATE-REDUCING BACTERIA

      Critical reviews in environmental science and technology
    64. MATOS JS; DESOUSA ER
      PREDICTION OF DISSOLVED-OXYGEN CONCENTRATION ALONG SANITARY SEWERS

      Water science and technology
    65. HARREMOES P; NAPSTJERT L; RYE C; LARSEN HO; DAHL A
      IMPACT OF RAIN RUNOFF ON OXYGEN IN AN URBAN RIVER

      Water science and technology
    66. BROWN DM; BUTLER D; ORMAN NR; DAVIES JW
      GROSS SOLIDS TRANSPORT IN SMALL-DIAMETER SEWERS

      Water science and technology
    67. DAVIES JW; XU YL; BUTLER D
      LABORATORY STUDY AND COMPUTER-MODEL DEVELOPMENT RELATED TO GROSS SOLIDS MOVEMENT IN COMBINED SEWERS

      Water science and technology
    68. SAGET A; CHEBBO G; BERTRANDKRAJEWSKI JL
      THE FIRST FLUSH IN SEWER SYSTEMS

      Water science and technology
    69. PISANO WC
      SUMMARY - UNITED-STATES SEWER SOLIDS SETTLING CHARACTERIZATION METHODS, RESULTS, USES AND PERSPECTIVE

      Water science and technology
    70. MAY RWP; ACKERS JC; BUTLER D; JOHN S
      DEVELOPMENT OF DESIGN METHODOLOGY FOR SELF-CLEANSING SEWERS

      Water science and technology
    71. BLASZCZYK P; ASHLEY RM
      APPLICATION OF NEW CRITERIA TO CONTROL SEDIMENT PROBLEMS IN COMBINED SEWERS IN POLAND

      Water science and technology
    72. JENSEN NA
      EMPIRICAL MODELING OF AIR-TO-WATER OXYGEN-TRANSFER IN GRAVITY SEWERS

      Water environment research
    73. CORSI RL; BIRKETT S
      A MULTIPARAMETER ANALYSIS OF VOLATILE ORGANIC-COMPOUND EMISSIONS FROMSEWERS

      Water environment research
    74. BALMFORTH DJ; LONSDALE K; NUSSEY BB; WALSH M
      A METHODOLOGY FOR MONITORING THE PERFORMANCE OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS

      Journal of the Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    75. PREUL HC
      ANALYSIS OF SOURCE CONTROL FOR DOMESTIC WASTEWATERS

      Water science and technology
    76. SAGET A; CHEBBO G; DESBORDES M
      URBAN DISCHARGES DURING WET WEATHER - WHAT VOLUMES HAVE TO BE TREATED

      Water science and technology
    77. CORSI RL; QUIGLEY CJ; MELCER H; BELL J
      AROMATIC VOC EMISSIONS FROM A MUNICIPAL SEWER INTERCEPTOR

      Water science and technology
    78. CORSI RL; BIRKETT S; MELCER H; BELL J
      CONTROL OF VOC EMISSIONS FROM SEWERS - A MULTIPARAMETER ASSESSMENT

      Water science and technology
    79. HVITVEDJACOBSEN T; RAUNKJAER K; NIELSEN PH
      VOLATILE FATTY-ACIDS AND SULFIDE IN PRESSURE MAINS

      Water science and technology
    80. MARRIOTT MJ
      SELF-CLEANSING SEWER GRADIENTS

      Journal of the Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    81. ANDOH RYG
      URBAN RUNOFF - NATURE, CHARACTERISTICS AND CONTROL

      Journal of the Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    82. FIELD R; OSHEA ML
      THE HANDLING AND DISPOSAL OF RESIDUALS FROM THE TREATMENT OF URBAN STORMWATER RUNOFF FROM SEPARATE STORM DRAINAGE SYSTEMS

      Waste management and research
    83. VILLENEUVE JP; GAUME E; MICHAUD F
      EFFICIENCY EVALUATION OF AN INSTALLED SWIRL SEPARATOR

      Canadian journal of civil engineering
    84. HARREMOES P
      INTEGRATED AND STOCHASTIC FEATURES OF URBAN DRAINAGE SYSTEMS

      Water science and technology
    85. CRABTREE R; GARSDAL H; GENT R; MARK O; DORGE J
      MOUSETRAP - A DETERMINISTIC SEWER FLOW QUALITY MODEL

      Water science and technology
    86. VICORY AH; TENNANT PA
      A STRATEGY FOR MONITORING THE IMPACTS OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS ON THE OHIO RIVER

      Water science and technology
    87. HOLDER GA; LEOW JM
      IN-SEWER OXYGENATION OF WASTE-WATER USING VENTURI SIDE-STREAM DISSOLVERS

      Water science and technology
    88. NALLURI C; GHANI AA; ELZAEMEY AKS
      SEDIMENT TRANSPORT OVER DEPOSITED BEDS IN SEWERS

      Water science and technology
    89. DELLEUR JW; GYASIAGYEI Y
      PREDICTION OF SUSPENDED-SOLIDS IN URBAN SEWERS BY TRANSFER-FUNCTION MODEL

      Water science and technology
    90. RAUNKJAER K; HVITVEDJACOBSEN T; NIELSEN PH
      MEASUREMENT OF POOLS OF PROTEIN, CARBOHYDRATE AND LIPID IN DOMESTIC WASTE-WATER

      Water research
    91. PARSIAN H; BUTLER D
      LABORATORY INVESTIGATION INTO THE PERFORMANCE OF AN IN-SEWER VORTEX FLOW REGULATOR

      Journal of the Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    92. CAO YS; ALAERTS GJ; HOOIJMANS CM; LUBBERDING HJ
      USING BATCH REACTORS TO INVESTIGATE OXYGEN-CONSUMPTION AND ORGANICS DECOMPOSITION IN DRAINAGE SYSTEMS WITH ATTACHED BIOFILM

      Water science and technology
    93. ASHLEY RM; LONGAIR IM; WOTHERSPOON DJJ; KIRBY K
      FLOW AND SEDIMENT MOVEMENT MONITORING IN LARGE SEWERS

      Water science and technology
    94. MARSALEK J; BARNWELL TO; GEIGER W; GROTTKER M; HUBER WC; SAUL AJ; SCHILLING W; TORNO HC
      URBAN DRAINAGE SYSTEMS - DESIGN AND OPERATION

      Water science and technology
    95. VERBANCK MA; ASHLEY RM
      INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON ORIGIN, OCCURRENCE AND BEHAVIOR OF SEDIMENTS IN SEWER SYSTEMS - OUTLINE OF TECHNICAL CONCLUSIONS

      Water science and technology
    96. ANDERSEN JH; GAARDBOE O
      PREVALENCE OF PERSISTENT NECK AND UPPER-LIMB PAIN IN A HISTORICAL COHORT OF SEWING-MACHINE OPERATORS

      American journal of industrial medicine
    97. ANDERSEN JH; GAARDBOE O
      MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS OF THE NECK AND UPPER-LIMB AMONG SEWING-MACHINE OPERATORS - A CLINICAL INVESTIGATION

      American journal of industrial medicine


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