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By Winston Chow, R.W. Brocksen, Joe Wisniewski

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS IX half I convention precis assertion R. W. BROCKSEN, W. CHOW, E. D. DAUGHERTY, Y. G. MUSSALLI, J. WISNIEWSKI and A. L. WOODIS I fresh Water: components that effect its Availability, caliber and its Use: precis of the foreign Water convention 3-7 half II WATER source OVERVIEWS S. PECK I handling and conserving Our Water assets 11-20 R. BROCKSEN, W. CHOW and okay. CONNOR I Addressing electrical application floor Water demanding situations 21-29 C. LOHSE-HANSON I Lake greater Binational software: The position of electrical Utilities 31-40 J. A. VEIL and D. O. MOSES I effects of Proposed adjustments to scrub Water Act Thermal Discharges 41-52 half III ECOLOGICAL I overall healthiness dangers c. SEIGNEUR, E. CONSTANTINOU and L. LEVIN I Multipathway future health hazard evaluate of energy Plant Water Discharges 55-64 C. W. CHEN, J. HERR, R. A. GOLDSTEIN, F. J. SAGONA, ok. E. RYLANT and G. E. HAUSER I Watershed danger research version for TVA's Holston River Basin 65-70 S. FERSON, L. R. GINZBURG and R. A. GOLDSTEIN I Inferring Ecological hazard from Toxicity Bioassays 71-82 C. ARQUIETT, M. GERKE and that i. DATSKOU I evaluate of infected Groundwater Cleanup targets 83-92 G. L. BOWIE, J. G. SANDERS, G. F. RIEDEL, C. C. GILMOUR, D. L. BREITBURG, G. A. CUTIER and D. B. PORCELLA / Assessing Selenium biking and Accumulation in Aquatic Ecosystems 93-104 D. W. RODGERS, J. SCHRODER and L.

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The challenge is to develop the methods, information, tools and technologies needed to understand and cost effectively manage the potential adverse impacts associated with utility water use and discharge. The opportunity is to apply these tools and technologies in an integrated way that will provide both environmental and operating benefits. EPRI's Environmental Control (EC) and Environment and Health Science (E&HS) Business Units have been working together to define and integrate the research components needed to help utilities address current and future surface water management challenges.

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O. MOSES propose new stricter thermal discharge requirements, future Congresses, with different political makeups and interests, might revisit stricter thermal discharge requirements, such as those proposed in S. 1081. This paper summarizes three reports by Argonne National Laboratory that assess the economic and environmental impacts that such legislative changes could have on the power industry, if such changes were enacted. , 1993) and the third report estimates the impacts of limiting thermal mixing zones to 305 m (Veil, 1994).

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