Special Issue "Integrated Modeling of Emerging Contaminants in the Surface Water: Monitoring, Projections and Risk Analysis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 March 2022.
Interests: Interaction between surface and subsurface riverine environments; Nutrient and contaminants transport along rivers; Climate Change; Greenhouse gas emissions from river networks; Hydrological processes; Chemical processes; Chemical reactions; Fluid mechanics; Physical processes
Among the multitude of pressures introduced by human activities, special attention needs to be given also to the fate of a vast number of chemical products: from pharmaceuticals and personal care products to pesticides, manufactured nanomaterials, microplastics and other products that are used daily and that will be created in the near future. All these chemical products are known as Emerging Contaminants and they may have potential adverse effects on human and environmental health. Understanding how these emerging contaminants move in surface waters is a fundamental step to predict their fate and advance methods and approaches used for estimating the hazards due to their exposure. This Water Special Issue is designed to publish high-quality papers that will explore these topics. The aim of the Special Issue is to improve existing modeling approaches by combining them with monitoring measurements in order to quantitatively predict their fate and improve the approaches and methods used for assessing risks. We are particularly interested in receiving manuscripts that review experimental, theoretical and computational studies.
Dr. Alessandra Marzadri
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Emerging Contaminants
- Surface water
- Integrated Modeling Approaches
- Detection techniques
- Risk assessments