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...Risk assessment is a key stage in a water safety plan (WSP) and it is achieved by identifying...
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...Water is a main source of contamination in dental patients, classified into two classes: the first...
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...Water use efficiency, given that it conditions the sown areas, yield and production costs, as well...
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... water body with nutrients. In recent years, humans have accelerated the eutrophication process by...
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...The objective of this work is to make a critical reflection of the normativity on water...
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...The possible impacts from the spatial distribution of the water resource over the Colombian...
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... contamination is related to the spilt one of waterof waste of domestic and industrial origin to the water bodies...
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...This study determined whether the drinking water in urban areas in the municipality of Cundinamarca...
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...  syringe and handpiece hoses, which distribute the water to the dental units from La Fundación...
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...Objetives. To determine the microbiological quality of the water used in dental units of a...
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...Drinking water as a limited and scarce resource must be studied from different perspectives . On...
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... to improper disposal or deficient water system treatments, thus representing a risk to the...
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...Coagulation is the most important process in conventional water treatment. The application includes...
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... size of 173±53nm. A desalinated water flux of 1,3LMH was determined by the addition of 112,5mg/mL of...
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...Introduction. The water supplied to households must be suitable for human consumption, it means...
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... agricultural water balance were determined, along with their applicability regarding the preservation or the...
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