Articles on Hydrobiology, the science of life and life processes in water. The section includes the biological aspect of marine and freshwater environments.
Biomonitoring programs that use mussels to assess the water quality around the world could benefit from the use of proteomics techniques.
Bacteriological assessment of urban water sources in Khamis Mushait Governorate, southwestern Saudi Arabia
A cross-sectional epidemiological method was adopted to investigate the four main urban water sources (i.e. bottled, desalinated, surface, and well water).
Stress-physiological reactions of the green alga Scenedesmus opoliensis to water pollution with herbicides
The freshwater green alga Scenedesmus opoliensis proves to be a suitable bioindicator of water pollution with
New results from 40 years of intensive scientific research show that Loch Leven, Scotland’s freshwater ‘jewel in the crown’, is on the road to recovery after decades of water quality problems.
Emissions from coal-fired power plants may be an important source of water pollution and fish contamination
Exposing estrogen-sensitive breast cancer cells to extracts of channel catfish caught in areas with heavy sewer and industrial waste causes the cells to multiply
Drinking water disinfected by chlorine while pregnant may increase the risk of having children with heart problems, cleft palate or major brain defects
Viruses from human sources occur in the La Crosse, Wisconsin municipal drinking water supply prior to its chlorination
Many rivers and streams in the United States are believed to contain a toxic antimicrobial chemical whose environmental fate was never thoroughly scrutinized despite large-scale production and usage for almost half a century
new test for detecting triclosan should expedite environmental monitoring of the antibacterial agent in rivers, wells and other water sources
Freshwater discharge from the Arctic to the North Atlantic is a crucial factor controlling global climate
A new report indicates that the vast majority of the rapid temperature increase recently observed in Europe is likely due to an unexpected greenhouse gas: water vapor.
Results from a small-scale experiment in western North Carolina illustrate the importance of National Forest lands in ensuring high water quality in the Southern Appalachian region.
Glaciers and ice sheets around the world have a big problem: warmer waters.
In the past half-century, cities have begun to expand in some of the Earth's most arid areas.
This summer's dry Iowa weather has helped drive home the importance of soil moisture not just to farmers, but also to gardeners, homeowners and consumers looking for fresh produce.
Spraying Water Containing Airborne Bacteria Found At Some Indoor Swimming PoolsCan Cause "Lifeguard Lung" Following Long-Term Exposure
Lifeguards at indoor swimming pools with water spouts and sprays, waterfalls and water slides may contract a lung disease after breathing bacteria suspended in water droplets small enough to be inhaled into the lungs.
Poisonous Substances Produced By Blue-Green Algae Can Attack Liver
In this paper, the authors examine spatial and temporal variation in hydrology and salinity in 17 salt ponds
Mount Sinai researcher finds drinking water safe to drink