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Lessons in environmental microbiology / authored by Roger Tim Haug.

By: Material type: TextTextPublisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, [2020&#x5dDescription: 1 online resource (xxv, 763 pages) illustrations (some color)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9780429442902
  • 0429442904
  • 9780429810480
  • 0429810482
  • 9780429810473
  • 0429810474
  • 9780429810466
  • 0429810466
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version :: Lessons in environmental microbiology.DDC classification:
  • 579/.17 23
LOC classification:
  • QR100 .H38 2020
Online resources:
Contents:
Introduction to environmental microbiology -- Oxidation and reduction: the energy reactions of life -- The chemistry of carbon (for the non-chemist in all of us) -- Life and energy: the principles of chemical and photo thermodynamics -- Metabolic and nutritional classifications -- The synthesis reactions of microbial life -- Thermodynamics and cell yield -- Historic moments in microbiology and public health -- The world of microbes (and a few related friends) -- Infectious diseases important to public health and sanitary practice -- Biochemistry and bioenergetics (the molecules of life) -- A brief history of life -- Kinetics and biodegradability -- The suspended growth bioreactor: basic concepts -- The suspended growth bioreactor: more concepts and some variations -- The suspended growth bioreactor: operational considerations -- Biological nutrient removal and recovery -- Anaerobic processes for methanogenesis -- Principles of biological composting -- Microbially induced corrosion -- Biological air pollution control -- Microbial ecology -- References -- Index.
Summary: Lessons in Environmental Microbiology provides an understanding of the microbial processes used in the environmental engineering and science fields. It examines both basic theory as well as the latest advancements in practical applications, including nutrient removal and recovery, methanogenesis, suspended growth bioreactors, and more. The information is presented in a very user-friendly manner; it is not assumed that readers are already experts in the field. It also offers a brief history of how microbiology relates to sanitary practice, and examines the lessons learned from the great epidemics of the past. Numerous worked example problems are presented in every chapter.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Lessons in Environmental Microbiology provides an understanding of the microbial processes used in the environmental engineering and science fields. It examines both basic theory as well as the latest advancements in practical applications, including nutrient removal and recovery, methanogenesis, suspended growth bioreactors, and more. The information is presented in a very user-friendly manner; it is not assumed that readers are already experts in the field. It also offers a brief history of how microbiology relates to sanitary practice, and examines the lessons learned from the great epidemics of the past. Numerous worked example problems are presented in every chapter.

Dr. Roger Tim Haug obtained a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Loyola Marymount University, and then earned a Master of Science and a Doctor of Philosophy in Environmental Engineering from Stanford University. He has been a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of California since 1974. He is a member of the Water Environmental Federation, serving on the Biosolids Advisory Board and the Bioenergy Sub-Committee; a member of the California Water Environment Association; and a life member of the American Society of Civil Engineers. In 2008, Dr. Haug received the Gordon Maskew Fair Award, the highest honor of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers. Also in 2008, he was awarded the Rufus Chaney Award from the U.S. Composting Council for research excellence and outstanding service to the composting industry. Dr. Haug has authored over 120 publications on the technical aspects of wastewater treatment. Dr. Haug joined the faculty at Loyola Marymount University in 1971 in the Department of Civil and Environmental Science. Beginning in 1975 he became a full-time consulting engineer and served many clients in the areas of wastewater treatment, biosolids management, and composting. He joined the Bureau of Engineering, City of Los Angeles in 1990 and was charged with managing the capital improvement program for the City's wastewater treatment plants. In 1999, he was promoted to Deputy City Engineer and Wastewater Program Manager with authority over the entire wastewater capital improvement program. Dr. Haug retired from City service in 2010 and is now Emeritus Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Loyola Marymount University. He serves on advisory committees for several public agencies and continues to teach his favorite course, Environmental Microbiology.

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Introduction to environmental microbiology -- Oxidation and reduction: the energy reactions of life -- The chemistry of carbon (for the non-chemist in all of us) -- Life and energy: the principles of chemical and photo thermodynamics -- Metabolic and nutritional classifications -- The synthesis reactions of microbial life -- Thermodynamics and cell yield -- Historic moments in microbiology and public health -- The world of microbes (and a few related friends) -- Infectious diseases important to public health and sanitary practice -- Biochemistry and bioenergetics (the molecules of life) -- A brief history of life -- Kinetics and biodegradability -- The suspended growth bioreactor: basic concepts -- The suspended growth bioreactor: more concepts and some variations -- The suspended growth bioreactor: operational considerations -- Biological nutrient removal and recovery -- Anaerobic processes for methanogenesis -- Principles of biological composting -- Microbially induced corrosion -- Biological air pollution control -- Microbial ecology -- References -- Index.

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