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IGCS-DST Workshop on Advances in Biomonitoring and Demonstration of Automated Biomonitoring of Pollutants in Water bodies | 2-9 May, 2016 | IITM

Pollution by numerous anthropogenic substances threatens water quality worldwide. Micro-pollutants in low levels are difficult to analyse due to need for sophisticated instrumentation. Environmental legislation clearly defines the need for regular monitoring of pollutants down as low as to nanogram per liter levels. Biomonitoring done in parallel with chemical analyses of micropollutants, would validate the biomonitoring techniques. There are several advances in the field of biomonitoring ranging from laboratory experiments to Automated Biomonitoring in the field. Read more in the broschure below …

 

Brochure for Biomonitoring

Picture: Robert John