Half Title Page.
Table of Contents.
Abbreviations Used in an Overview of Imaging Science.
Conversion Factors, Abbreviations, and Unit Symbols.
Editorial Board and Areas Covered.
1: Activated Sludge-Foaming.
2: Activated Sludge—Microbiology of Nitrogen Removal.
3: Activated Sludge Models: Microbiological Basis.
4: Activated Sludge—Molecular Techniques for Determining Community Composition.
5: Activated Sludge—Sequencing Batch Reactors.
6: Activated Sludge—The Floc.
7: Activated Sludge—The “G-Bacteria”.
8: Activated Sludge—The Microbial Community.
9: Activated Sludge—The Process.
10: Activity and Carbon Transformations in Biofilms.
12: Adhesion, Immobilization, and Retention of Microorganisms on Solid Substrata.
13: Adhesion (Primary) of Microorganisms onto Surfaces.
14: Aerobic Alkaliphiles.
15: Aerobic Endospores.
16: Aerobic Respiration, Principles of.
17: Aggregates and Consortia, Microbial.
18: Airborne Toxigenic Molds.
19: Algae Biotechnology.
20: Algal Blooms—Impact on Treatment, Taste, and Odor Problems.
21: Algal Turf Scrubbing: Potential Use for Wastewater Treatment.
22: Alkaliphiles: Alkaline Enzymes and Their Applications.
23: Anaerobic Granules and Granulation processes.
24: Archaea: Detection Methods.
25: Archaea in Biotechnology.
26: Archaea in Marine Environments.
27: Archaea in Soil Habitats.
28: Assessing Microbial Proteomes in the Environment.
29: Assimilable Organic Carbon (Aoc) in Treated Water: Determination and Significance.
31: Bacterial Contaminants in Residential Environments.
32: Bacterial Phytostimulators in the Rhizosphere.
33: Bacteriophage as Indicators.
34: Bacteriophage: Biology and Genetics.
35: Bacteriophage Detection Methodologies.
36: Bacteriophage of Enteric Bacteria: Occurrence and Persistance in the Environment.
37: Bioaerosol Sampling and Analysis.
38: Bioaerosols in Agricultural and Outdoor Settings.
39: Bioaerosols in Industrial Settings.
40: Bioaerosols: Transport and Fate.
42: Biochip-Based Devices and Methods in Microbial Community Ribotyping.
43: Biocontrol, Microbial Agents in Soil.
44: Biocorrosion: Role of Sulfate Reducing Bacteria.
45: Biodegradability: Methods for Assessing Biodegradability Under Laboratory and Field Condition.
46: Biodegradable Dissolved Organic Carbon in Drinking Water.
47: Biodegradation: Reductive Dehalogenation and Metabolism of Chlorinated Organics by Anaerobes.
48: Biodeterioration of Mineral Materials.
49: Biodiversity in Soils: Use of Molecular Methods for its Characterization.
50: Biofilm Detachment.
51: Biofilms: Bacterial-Fungal Biofilms.
52: Biofilms in Natural and Drinking Water Systems.