Water Journal : Water Journal April 2012
TECHNICAL FEATURES ( INDICATES THE PAPER HAS BEEN REFEREED) SMART SYSTEMS The Application and Utility of 'Smarts' for Monitoring Water and its Infrastructure The benefits of current and future sensor technology D Marney & A Sharma 86 CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT Catchment Management -- Setting the Scene An overview of catchment management models in Australia J Williams 94 Source Water Protection for Seqwater Techniques to assess the effectiveness of management intervention A Watkinson et al. 100 On-Site Wastewater Management: Mount Lofty Ranges, South Australia Reducing water quality risks from septic tanks in a watershed catchment K Billington & D Deere 106 Wildﬁres in the Upper Catchment of the Goulburn River, Victoria Responses to protect river health and water quality W Tennant, P Feehan & L Drake 111 Hawkesbury-Nepean River: Long-Term Water Quality Datasets Investigating and interpreting the effects of past and future NSW Government management decisions M Krogh 117 AUTOMATION & TELEMETRY Telemetry Cuts the Cost of Leak Detection Innovative technology at a water utility in Albstadt in Germany F Tantzky 122 INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS Small-Business Projects Deliver Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Rural Tanzania Two-and-a-half years' experience of the MSABI project DA Young 126 ASSET MANAGEMENT Materials Selection for SWRO Brine Environments A review of the corrosion processes involved in SWRO plants F Blin & S Furman 132 WASTEWATER TREATMENT Renewable Energy Generation Through Co-Digestion of Non-Sewage Wastes How even small WWTPs can develop a positive business case K Simmonds & J Kabouris 138 WASTEWATER Dental Amalgam, Oral Health and Water The challenging interface of public responsibility HF Akers 142 WATER BUSINESS New Products and Business Information 148 Advertisers' Index 168 water Journal of the Australian Water Association ISSN 0310-0367 Volume 39 No 2 April 2012 contents 2 APRIL 2012 water Unloading of high-strength waste tanker trucks. See page 138. A German utility has installed innovative automation and telemetry. See page 122. OUR COVER Our Nation's Buried Treasure: The management of Australia's groundwater is the subject of fierce debate as we grapple with contentious issues such as climate change, coal seam gas and population growth. See page 68 for a report by the National Centre for Groundwater Research & Training.
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