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1. Overview: Water quality monitoring: national and international approaches - Richard Helmer. 2. Fate and transformation of contaminants: transport and fate of persistent toxic organic chemicals in aquatic ecosystems: the Niagara River to St Lawrence River Estuary example - R.J. Allan; impact of soil fertility by replacement of hydrologically different water types - B. Beltman & T.G. Rouwenhorst; transformation process of contaminants in rivers - J.H. Carey; pesticides in groundwater: some preliminary observations on behaviour and transport in tropical environments - P.J. Chilton, A.R. Lawrence & J.A. Baker; redox transformation of pollutants in natural waters - L. s. Ernestova, I.V. Semenova, G.V. Vlasova & N. Lee Wolf; contaminant interactions at surfaces for treatment of heavy metals in aquatic environments: mass espectrometry studies - J.V. Headley, P.W. Brooks & M Neuwirth; transformation and stabilization of metals and dissolved organic carbon in submerged calcareous environments - Maher E. Saleh; the kinetics of amino acid uptake by micro-organism in lake and river waters of the temperate and subartic zones under different trophic conditions - Humitake Seki; the interactions between trichloroethylene (TCE) and clay - C. Tang, S. Shindou & H. Ohashi; aquatic ecosystem stability to acidification: experimental modelling and buffering capacity calculation - M.G. Tarasov & A.M. Nikanorov; the precipitation of CaCO3: a mechanism of self-regulation of the LakeSevan ecosystem - D.S. Ulyanova; biological evaluation of the pollution of riverine wetlands by heavy metals - A.V. Zhulidov, T.A. Khoruzhaya, L.M. Predeina, E.V. Morozova, Y.V. Teplyakov, L.S. Kosmenko & S. Urmanov; some results of the lon-time ecological monitoring of the Leningrad NPP cooling water body (Koporskaya Bay, Gulf of Finland) - L.M. Zimina, V.L. Zimin & J.A. Khayrutdinova. 3. Hydrochemical modelling: formulations and solutions for problems of dispersion in groundwater - M.J. Adler & E. Ioan; Application of the Chrnobyl experience in developing methodology for assessing and predicting consequences of radioactive contamination of the hydrosphere - V.A. Borzilov, A.V. konoplev & A.A. Bulgakov; simulation of pollutant contamination of rivers after and atmospheric release - J.P. Bouchard & J. Duplex; a computer application for investigating the structural transformation of anthropogenically impacted aquatic ecosystems - V.A. Bryzgalo & P.A. Khaiter; investigating and modelling transport and adsorption of boron in the groundwater of Lerma valley, Argentina - J. Bundschuh, A. Fuertes, G. Baudino, R. Garcia & k. D. Balke; modelling microbial processes in porous media with application to biotransformation - A.B. Cunningham & O. Wanner; nutrient loads in the Vistula River: outflow into the Baltic Sea - J.R. Dojlido, E. Niemirycz & P. Morawiec; phenol biodegradation in the yenisei River and the Krasnoyarsk Reservoir, Russia - M.I. Gladyshev & I.V. Gribovskaya; numerical investigation of contaminant transport in shallow water bodies - L.A. Krukier e G.V. Muratova; modelling of chemicals dissolved in waters in an agricultural watershed - Z.W. Kunfzewicz, B. Szpakowska & R. Sibrecht; simulation of the redox sequence of an infiltration passage by direct numerical modelling of the mediating microorganisms - H.J. Lensing & B. herrling; hydrodynamic and water quality modelling of the Lower Don River, Russia - A.M Nikanorov, R.C. Russo, M.G. Yereschukova, E.Z. Hosseinipour & R.B. Ambrose; mathematical modelling of metal speciation in natural waters - V.I. Peleshenko, V.I. Osadchi & V.V. Kirnichni; plane dispersion of pollutants - J.M. Sawicki; physically-based modelling of pollutants transported by overland low - V.Y. Smakhtin; impact of river regulation on mercury transport - S.A. Sukhenko, E.B. Krissinel & S.A. Mikhailov; simulation of jeavy metal effect on fresh-water ecosystems in mesocosms and estimation of water body self-purification properties - Y.V. Teplyakov & A.M. Nikanorov; simulation of nutrient transformation in a reservoir ecosystem - A.A. Tskhai & V.Y. Ageikov. 4. Additional techniques and water quality assessments: impact of atmospheric precipitation on the sulphate concentration in surface waters of the Eastern European Plain - G.M. Chernogaeva; monitoring surface water conductivity with indian remote sensing satellite data: a case study from central India - V.K. choubey; use of 34S/32S ratios for evaluating anthropogenic impacts on Volga-Akhtuba flood plain surface waters - Y.A. Fedorov; multavariate classification methods as a methodological basis for natural object simulation - A.I. Gavrishin; analysis of water quality data using a multivariate statistical technique: a case study - K. Gurunathan & S. Ravichandran; hydraulic circulation system for in situ remediation of strippable contaminants and in situ bioreclamation (GZB/UVB method) - B. Herrling & J. Stamm; hydrochemical monitoring of a forested catchment with extremely high aluminium concentrations in runoff: the Lysina catchment, Czech Republic - J. kruska & Pavel Krám; application of remote sensing techniques to comprehensive monitoring of inland water ecosystems - K.Y. Kondratyev, V.V. Melentyev & D.V. Pozdniakov; evaluation of surface water pollution by nitrate in northeast Slovakia - O. Mendel & J. Repa; a fluorescent tracer for hydrodynamic process studies - A.M. Nikanorov, N.M. trunov, A.V. Bystrov, V.N. Askalepov & M.G. Tarasov; variations in stream water quality in a forested Piedmont catchment, Georgia, USA: relevance of sampling frequency and design - N.E. Peters; cumulative effects of land use practices on water quality - W.T. Swank & P.V. Bolstad; temporal variations of organic micropollutants during storm events in a small river catchment - W. Symader, R. Bierl & K. Hampe; application of experimental ecosystems for researching natural waters: the problem of similarity - N.M. Trunov, A.M. Nikanorov & V.N. Askalepov; contribution of various sources of contaminants to the total input into the North Sea - K.J. Wulffraat, T. Smit & H. Groskamp; residual arsenic in Yellow River fish and effects of suspended sediment - Z. Shuguang, L. Yaqing & M. Tao.