Editorial: Advanced physico-chemical technologies for water detoxification and disinfection
One of the most critical challenges we face today is access to clean water. Climate change, industrialization, high rates of urbanization, and population growth have resulted in many countries suffering from water crises, especially in the arid and semi-arid areas. Countries in different regions of the world have also been struggling over regional water availability and it is anticipated that these struggles may result in conflicts over shared water resources in these regions. Considering the adverse consequences of the water crisis, countries have been trying to increasingly cope with this problem of water availability by implementing sustainable water management plans and looking for alternative water supply sources.
|Editorial: Advanced physico-chemical technologies for water detoxification and disinfection
|Yaneth A. Bustos-Terrones, Laura M. Norman, Leonidas Perez-Estrada, Ahmed El Nemr, Erick R. Bandala
|Frontiers in Environmental Science
|USGS Publications Warehouse
|Western Geographic Science Center