SPECIAL ISSUE   



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Journal: Water
Special Issue Title: Ecological restoration and remediation of degraded and polluted environment and emission reduction technologies of environmental energy system
Special Issue Editor: Prof. Suiliang Huang, Prof. Xin WANG, Prof. Chaolei Yuan, Prof. Zeyou Chen
Deadline: November 5, 2022

Leading Editor
Prof. Dr. Suiliang Huang | Nankai University, China
Interests: water environmentology and water environment simulation, as well as on the mechanics of sediment transport and sediment-associated pollutants transport-transformation

Co-Editor
Prof. Dr. Xin WANG | Nankai University, China
Interests: Anaerobic wastewater treatment; Soil bioremediation; Microbial electrochemical technologies

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chaolei Yuan | Nankai University, China
Interests: Soil biogeochemistry and remediation of soil pollution

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Zeyou Chen | Nankai University, China
Interests: Environmental microbiology, Microbial ecology, environmental chemistry

Dear Colleagues,

Ecological restoration and remediation is a comprehensive subject for polluted and degradated environment based on ecological principles and combining various disciplines and engineering measures to achieve the best effect with minimum cost. The successful implementation of ecological restoration and remediation requires the integration of multiple disciplines such as ecology, physics, chemistry, botany, microbiology, molecular biology, ecohydraulics, ecohydrology, cultivation and environmental engineering. The restoration and maintenance of damaged ecosystem involves ecological stability, ecological plasticity and steady-state transformation. At the same time, we must conserve energy and reduce emissions. We must strengthen management of energy use and adopt measures that are technically feasible, economically reasonable and acceptable to the environment and society to reduce energy consumption, reduce losses and pollutant emissions, stop waste and use energy effectively and rationally.

Keywords: ecological restoration and remediation, emission reduction technology, degrated and polluted waters, contaminated soils and groundwater, pollutant detection

 

Journal: Water
Section: Water Quality and Contamination
Special Issue Title: Sewage recovery and water quality management
Special Issue Editor: Prof. Gordon Huang, Prof. Zhen Hu
Deadline: November 5, 2022

Leading Editor
Prof. Dr. Gordon Huang | University of Regina, Canada
Interests: Waste management, site remediation, and risk assessment, Simulation and optimization of hydrological and environmental systems, Modeling of energy and environmental management systems, Climate modeling, impact assessment, and adaptation planning

Co-Editor
Prof. Dr. Zhen Hu | Shandong University, China
Interests: novel biological nitrogen and phosphorus removal technologies, constructed wetland, recycling of chemical energy in sewage, and the greenhouse emission from sewage treatment process

Dear Colleagues,

Abnormal indicators of water pollution lead to different extent of influence on the control of water production process and water quality control of factory water, and are harmful to water quality and human health. Water pollution has a direct impact on the environment, production and people. Human activities change the nature and organization of natural water, also affect the use value of water or endanger human health. The problem of water environment in China is becoming more and more prominent, and the governance of water environment needs good regional cooperation mechanism. Establishing and improving the cross-administrative cooperation governance mechanism is the institutional basis for China's water environment protection and water pollution control.

This Special Issue aims to find more direct and effective ways to reduce water pollution and improve the quality of our water by sharing different academic research results of scholars on this topic, so as to make contributions to the sustainable development of people.

Keywords: water cycle (wastewaters, reclaimed waters), water resources engineering, pollutant mixing, environmental assessment, poisonous, substance/toxicant, human health risk, water pollution

 

 


 

 

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