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    • Recommendations for improved and coherent acquisition and processing of backscatter data from seafloor-mapping sonars. 

      Lamarche, Geoffroy; Lurton, Xavier (2018)
      Multibeam echosounders are becoming widespread for the purposes of seafloor bathymetry mapping, but the acquisition and the use of seafloor backscatter measurements, acquired simultaneously with the bathymetric data, are ...
    • Removal of algal toxins and taste and odor compounds during desalination. 

      Dixon, Mike B.; Boerlage, Siobhan F.E.; Churman, Holly; Henthorne, Lisa; Anderson, Donald M. (Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO, Paris, France, 2017)
      A major challenge in desalination is the removal of harmful algal bloom (HAB) toxins and taste and odor compounds (hereafter referred to as algal metabolites) using common treatment techniques. Removal of other compounds ...
    • Seawater intake considerations to mitigate HAB impacts. 

      Boerlage, Siobhan F.E.; Missimer, Thomas M.; Pankratz, Thomas M.; Anderson, Donald M. (Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO, Paris, France, 2017)
      Seawater intakes are a key element in the design, construction and success of desalination plants. Various intake options exist and are generally classified based on their abstraction depth. Surface ocean intakes abstract ...
    • World Health Organization and International Guidelines for toxin control, Harmful Algal Boom management, and response planning. 

      Soltani, Alex; Hess, Philipp; Dixon, Mike B.; Boerlage, Siobhan F.E.; Anderson, Donald M.; Newcombe, Gayle; House, Jenny; Ho, Lionel; Baker, Peter; Burch, Michael (Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO, Paris, France, 2017)
      Drinking water guidelines are designed to protect public health and the safety of drinking water supplies by suggesting safe levels for constituents that are known to be hazardous to health. The World Health Organization ...