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dc.contributor.authorTonkes M
dc.contributor.authorvan de Guchte C
dc.contributor.authorBotterweg J
dc.contributor.authorHof M
dc.contributor.authorde Zwart D
dc.date.accessioned2012-12-12T23:41:57Z
dc.date.available2012-12-12T23:41:57Z
dc.date.issued1995-05-31
dc.identifier719102050
dc.identifier.isbn9080263745
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10029/262229
dc.descriptionAvailable at: VROM, Distribution Office, PO Box 351, 2700 AJ Zoetermeer - ECU 10,-<br>en
dc.description.abstractIn general terms the problems with the existing water quality monitoring approach concern effective and efficient monitoring strategies. In 1993 the project "Monitoring water quality in the future" started in order to address these problems which will only increase in the future. In the framework of this project five reports have been produced, focusing on: Chemical Monitoring (Volume 1) ; Mixture toxicity parameters (Volume 2) ; Biomonitoring (Volume 3) ; Monitoring strategies for complex mixtures (Volume 4) ; and Organizational aspects (Volume 5). The specific objectives were to produce concise reviews of methods to signal changes in and control water quality (Volumes 1-3), to give a review of testing strategies for complex mixtures of chemical substances which can give more complete information at less costs (Volume 4) and to review existing practices and make recommendations concerning standardization, optimization and organization of monitoring activities in the European Union, with a focus on effectiveness and efficiency (Volume 5). In an executive summary overall recommendations are also made by drawing these together from the individual studies. The present report (Volume 4) has the objective to present a review of possible strategies for the monitoring of complex mixtures in effluents and to a lesser extent, the freshwater environment and sediments. Next to this it presents a proposal for one or more strategies to use in the European Union and it gives recommendations regarding these monitoring strategies.<br>
dc.description.sponsorshipDGM/SVS
dc.description.sponsorshipEU/CEC-DG XI-C5
dc.format.extent104 p
dc.language.isoen
dc.publisherRijksinstituut voor Volksgezondheid en Milieu RIVM
dc.relation.ispartofRIVM Rapport 719102050, Monitoring Water Quality in the future 4
dc.relation.urlhttp://www.rivm.nl/bibliotheek/rapporten/719102050.html
dc.subject06nl
dc.subjectmonitoringen
dc.subjectmixture toxicityen
dc.titleMonitoring Water Quality in the Future, Volume 4: Monitoring Strategies for Complex Mixturesen
dc.title.alternativeDe Toekomst van Waterkwaliteitsmonitoring, Deel 4: Monitoring Stategieen voor Complexe Mengselsnl
dc.typeReport
dc.contributor.departmentECO
dc.date.updated2012-12-12T23:41:57Z
html.description.abstractIn general terms the problems with the existing water quality monitoring approach concern effective and efficient monitoring strategies. In 1993 the project &quot;Monitoring water quality in the future&quot; started in order to address these problems which will only increase in the future. In the framework of this project five reports have been produced, focusing on: Chemical Monitoring (Volume 1) ; Mixture toxicity parameters (Volume 2) ; Biomonitoring (Volume 3) ; Monitoring strategies for complex mixtures (Volume 4) ; and Organizational aspects (Volume 5). The specific objectives were to produce concise reviews of methods to signal changes in and control water quality (Volumes 1-3), to give a review of testing strategies for complex mixtures of chemical substances which can give more complete information at less costs (Volume 4) and to review existing practices and make recommendations concerning standardization, optimization and organization of monitoring activities in the European Union, with a focus on effectiveness and efficiency (Volume 5). In an executive summary overall recommendations are also made by drawing these together from the individual studies. The present report (Volume 4) has the objective to present a review of possible strategies for the monitoring of complex mixtures in effluents and to a lesser extent, the freshwater environment and sediments. Next to this it presents a proposal for one or more strategies to use in the European Union and it gives recommendations regarding these monitoring strategies.&lt;br&gt;


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