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Automatic river quality monitoring.
Ian Martin Griffiths
|Contributions||Brunel University. Department of Biology and Biochemistry.|
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Because of the many technological develop" meets in electronics and microprocessor technology over the last decade, there is a wide range of instrumentation available to monitor water treatment systems.I.2 The Ganga river I.3 The Ganga Action Plan I.4 Implementation problems I.5 River water quality monitoring I.6 The future I.7 Conclusions and lessons learned I.8 Recommendations I.9 Source literature Case Study II - Shanghai Huangpu River, China II.1 Introduction II.2 Background information.