- Reviews of key topics and recent developments in biomonitoring of water pollution
- In-depth reports by biomonitoring specialists from around the world
From the editor’s preface:
“Biomonitoring has become a scientific tool during the last few decades and is now part of administrative practice. [Recent contributions] mark the considerable progress made in biomonitoring in recent times-such as the development of rapid assessment methods, the incorporation of models into biomonitoring programs, and the use laboratory techniques in the field, such as online biomonitors.”
The 12 reports prepared for this volume provide a review of current methods and applications as well as research-based information on recent developments. The reports were prepared by biomonitoring specialists from around the world (including the US), providing a broad range of insights and data. The information will aid environmental scientists focused on water-borne pollution.