UCL-TU Joint Webinar on Environmental Water Quality

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The following studies will be presented at the UCL-TU Joint Webinar on Environmental Water Quality (Nov. 7, 2023, online. →FINISHED

Predictive modeling of virus disinfection in wastewater reclamation
Daisuke Sano

Utilizaing satellite remote sensing data for forecasting algal bloom in a small reservoir
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