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Drinking Water New!

New!

Fundamentals of Water Treatment Unit Processes

Desalination Technology

Physical, Chemical, and Biological David Hendricks Colorado State University, Fort Collins, USA

Carefully designed to balance coverage of theoretical and practical principles, Fundamentals of Water Treatment Unit Processes delineates the principles that support practice, using the unit processes approach as the organizing concept. Since technologies change but principles remain constant, the book identifies strands of theory rather than discussing the latest technologies, giving students a clear understanding of basic principles they can take forward in their studies. The text reviews the historical development of the field and then highlights key concepts for each unit process, offering a complete presentation of the full scope of biological treatment. Each chapter follows a general format that consists of process description, history, theory, practice, problems, references, and a glossary. This organizational style facilitates finding sections of immediate interest without having to page through an excessive amount of material.

Features: • Reviews how the field arrived at its present stateof-the-art technologies to shed light on current practices • Covers unit processes common to drinking water, wastewater, and any water requiring treatment • Presents theory and practice for each unit process and key factors in development • Examines uncommon issues that aid in applications principles, such as submerged flow for a Parshall flume and Henry’s law constants for 12 gases at different temperatures Understanding how the field arrived at its present places the technology in a more logical context and gives students a strong foundation in basic principles. This book does more than build technical proficiency, it adds insight and understanding to the broader aspects of water treatment unit processes. Catalog no. 61917, October 2010, 960 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6191-8, $119.95 / £76.99

Health and Environmental Impacts Edited by

Joseph Cotruvo, Nikolay Voutchkov, John Fawell, Pierre Payment, David Cunliffe, and Sabine Lattemann Desalination Technology: Health and Environmental Impacts covers the latest developments in desalination, examining the environmental and public health-related impacts of these technologies. Written by international experts, the text presents specifications for assessing water quality, technical issues associated with desalination technologies, and the chemical aspects of desalinated water and its microbiology. The book also discusses environmental protection issues that assist in the optimization of proposed and existing desalination facilities to ensure that nations and consumers enjoy the benefits of the expanded access to desalinated water. This includes coverage of health and environmental issues such as energy conservation and sustainability as well as protection of delicate coastal ecosystems and groundwater from contamination by surface disposal of concentrates— challenges that must be addressed during the design, construction, and operation of a desalination facility. Development of new and improved desalination technologies, including major cost reduction trends, have significantly broadened the opportunities to access large quantities of safe water in many parts of the world. And while there are many books available on desalination, this book’s unusual approach blends technical coverage of the latest technologies with coverage of the environmental and public health-related impacts of these technologies, setting it apart from other resources. It provides technical guidance based on the practical expertise of a balanced group of international scientists and engineers. Contents: Desalinated Drinking-water Production and Health and Environment Issues. Desalination Technology and Technical Issues Associated with Desalination. Chemical Aspects of Desalinated Water. Sanitary Microbiology of Production and Distribution of Desalinated Drinking-water. Monitoring, Surveillance and Regulation. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of Desalination Projects. Catalog no. K11421, June 2010, 212 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-2890-8, $99.95 / £63.99

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Drinking Water New!

Development of an Environmental Impact Assessment and Decision Support System for Seawater Desalination Plants Sabine Latteman UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands

A comprehensive evaluation of potential environmental impacts of desalination plants, this book emphasizes strategies for impact mitigation. The author proposes a best available technology concept for seawater desalination technologies in combination with a methodological approach for the environmental impact assessment (EIA) of desalination projects. It outlines the scope of EIA studies, including environmental monitoring and toxicity and hydrodynamic modeling studies. The book also explores the usefulness of multi-criteria analysis as a decision support tool for EIAs and then uses them to compare different intake and pretreatment options for seawater reverse osmosis plants.

Strategy and Performance of Water Supply and Sanitation Providers Marco Schouten UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands

Since the last two decades, the most prominent institutional change for the water and sanitation sector is neo-liberalism. This book analyses the effects of neoliberal institutional changes on the strategies and performances of water providers. In this regard, studies are executed in the Netherlands, the Netherlands Antilles, the United Kingdom and Italy on what water providers can do, want to do and actually do. It is concluded that neo-liberal institutional changes matter for the strategies of water providers, but that no conclusion can be reached with respect to performance effects. Catalog no. K10857, January 2010, 274 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-0-415-55129-8 $69.95 / £44.99

Catalog no. K12028, May 2010, 288 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-0-415-58326-8, $99.95 / £63.99

Capacity Development for Improved Water Management

Water Distribution System Monitoring

Edited by

A Practical Approach for Evaluating Drinking Water Quality

Maarten Blokland, Guy Alaerts, and Judith Kaspersma UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft. The Netherlands

Matt Hare UN-Water Decade Programme on Capacity Development, Bonn, Germany

Abigail F. Cantor Process Research Solutions, Madison, Wisconsin, USA

Written by prominent practitioners and academics, this book provides an overview of progress and challenges in knowledge and capacity development in the water sector. It presents tools and techniques used in knowledge and capacity development in response to the prevailing challenges in the water sector and a review of experience with capacity change in other sectors. The book contains case studies that cover knowledge and capacity development experiences in the water resources and water services sectors. It also covers water education for children and developing gender equity as well as monitoring and evaluation of knowledge and capacity building.

While proactive monitoring costs money at the outset, having water quality problems is even more expensive in the long run. Delineating the economic and practical benefits of proactive monitoring, this book provides the tools for well-defined and measurable control of water quality compliant with current regulations yet adaptable to regulatory changes. The author explores new procedures and presents a monitoring device, already in use at several municipal water utilities, that provides higher quality water chemistry and microbiology data than other current methods. She outlines the procedures and includes equipment lists and assembly instructions for this open-source technology.

Catalog no. K11461, February 2010, 408 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-57398-6, $99.95 / £63.99

Catalog no. K10046, 2009, 232 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0052-2, $119.95 / £72.99

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Waste Water New Edition of a Bestseller!

Spellman's Standard Handbook for Wastewater Operators Second Edition, Three-Volume Set Frank R. Spellman Spellman Environmental Consultants and Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, USA

Hailed on first publication as a straightforward, practical, and to-the-point account of wastewater principles, practices, and operations, Spellman’s Standard Handbook for Wastewater Operators Volumes I, II, and III instantly became the standard resource for this field. The second edition continues the tradition, exploring important aspects of wastewater operations and operator preparation for licensure examinations. Each volume has been upgraded, updated, and expanded to include additional pertinent information to better prepare each qualified user for professional licensure. More than just a study guide or readily accessible source of information for preparing wastewater personnel for operator certification and licensure, this three-volume resource manual and troubleshooting guide compiles wastewater treatment information, data, operations material, process control procedures, safety and health information, new trends in wastewater treatment administration and technology, and numerous sample problem-solving practice sets. Drawing on Frank Spellman’s expertise and experience, this book provides: • Instant access to information that aids in the efficient operation of a wastewater treatment plant • Basic information and sample problem sets needed to prepare for state licensing and certification examinations • User-friendly, straightforward fundamental reference material organized into focused volumes With coverage ranging from pumping and screening influent and treating the waste stream, through managing biosolids, this three-volume set provides easyto-understand state-of-the-art information in an accessible format. Overlap between volumes not only ensures continuity and a smooth read form volume to volume, but makes each one a handheld, stand-alone reference that presents essential information in a precise, efficient, and effective manner.

Save on the Set! Catalog no. K10997, September 2010, Soft Cover ISBN: 978-1-4398-1890-9, $199.95 / £127.00

Volume I, Fundamental Level, Second Edition Primarily designed to provide a readily accessible, user-friendly source of information for review in preparing for the first levels of licensure, this volume also sets the stage for Volumes II and III. The book provides review questions and answers as well as a comprehensive practice examination for measuring the level of knowledge attained through study, on the job experience, and other sources. Catalog no. K10994, September 2010, 436 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-1884-8 $89.95 / £57.99

Volume II, Intermediate Level, Second Edition This second of three volumes contains a compilation of wastewater treatment information, data, operational material, process control procedures and problem solving, safety and health information, new trends in wastewater treatment administration and technology, and numerous sample problem-solving practice sets, many based on actual tests. Catalog no. K10995, September 2010, 485 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-1886-2 $89.95 / £57.99

Volume III, Advanced Level, Second Edition This volume presents applied math and chemistry by way of real-world problems, covers equipment maintenance, and explains apparatus used in the laboratory and in the field. It features updated information on the latest technology, a revised and restructured table of contents, and updated problems, examples, and figures. Catalog no. K10996, September 2010, 362 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-1888-6 $89.95 / £57.99

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Waste Water

The Science and Technology of Industrial Water Treatment

Handbook of Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Operations

Edited by

Second Edition

New!

Frank R. Spellman

Zahid Amjad Lubrizol Advanced Materials Inc., Brecksville, Ohio, USA

Featuring the contributions of industrial and academic experts, this volume discusses the fundamental and practical aspects of industrial water treatment. It covers membrane-based separation processes, reverse osmosis systems, and scale control in thermal distillation processes. It also discusses corrosion control, the interactions of polyelectrolytes with suspended matter, bacteria in water supplies, analytical techniques for identifying mineral scales and deposits, polymer use, and the monitoring of parameters and chemicals used to treat industrial water systems.

Spellman Environmental Consultants and Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, USA

Features

With two new chapters and more than 300 new practice scenarios, this second edition continues to offer a complete resource exclusively for water and wastewater plant operators. It is a thorough compilation of water science, treatment information, process control procedures, problem-solving techniques, safety and health information, and administrative and technological trends. The manual examines numerous realworld operating scenarios, including the intake of raw sewage and the treatment of water via residual management. Each scenario includes a comprehensive problem-solving practice set.

• Presents critical information relevant to a broad range of professionals in diverse fields

Catalog no. 75306, 2009, 872 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-1-4200-7530-4, $135.95 / £86.00

• Includes contributions from experts in academia and industry • Covers fundamental (science) and applied (technology) aspects of water treatment • Describes strategies for controlling scale formation • Examines the effects of biofouling on water systems • Identifies new methods for treating industrial and waste water systems

Handbook of Advanced Industrial and Hazardous Wastes Treatment Edited by

Lawrence K. Wang A valuable addition to the library of academic researchers, this volume will also prove useful to those working not only in the water treatment industry, but also to those in petroleum, textiles, pharmaceuticals, and other areas where purity processes are a significant concern. Catalog no. 71440, April 2010, 530 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7144-3, $149.95 / £95.00

Zorex Corporation, Newtonville, New York, USA

Yung-Tse Hung Cleveland State University, Ohio, USA

Nazih K. Shammas Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA

An authoritative reference for technical information on industrial and hazardous waste treatment, the Handbook of Advanced Industrial and Hazardous Wastes Treatment provides broad, comprehensive coverage of basic and advanced principles and applications. It addresses wastes in a variety of industries, covering metal finishing, food processing, milk production, foundries, chemical manufacturing, and more. Including numerous figures, tables, examples, and case histories, the text also explores new methods of clean production and waste minimization and addresses the treatment of landfills and underground storage tanks. Catalog no. 72196, January 2010, 1376 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7219-8, $289.95 / £184.00

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Waste Water Heavy Metals in the Environment Edited by

Lawrence K. Wang Zorex Corporation, Newtonville, New York, USA

Jiaping Paul Chen

Waste Treatment in the Metal Manufacturing, Forming, Coating, and Finishing Industries

National University of Singapore

Edited by

Yung-Tse Hung

Lawrence K. Wang

Cleveland State University, Ohio, USA

Zorex Corporation, Newtonville, New York, USA

Nazih K. Shammas

Nazih K. Shammas

Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA

Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA

Offering broad coverage of basic and advanced principals and applications, this volume provides chemical and environmental engineers with the most complete resource available on the remediation of heavy metal contaminants with an emphasis on innovative and alternative approaches. It investigates a variety of environmental pollution sources and waste characteristics that require a multitude of remediation methods. It then details clean tech advances covering management strategies and process alternatives. The authors delve into costs and effluent standards and offer up several illustrative case histories to illustrate the regional and global effects of key pollution control practices.

Yung-Tse Hung

Catalog no. 73168, 2009, 516 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7316-4, $99.95 / £60.99

Advances in Hazardous Industrial Waste Treatment Edited by

Lawrence K. Wang

Cleveland State University, Ohio, USA

A resource providing all of the necessary technical information on industrial and hazardous waste treatment, this book focuses on new developments in innovative and alternative technologies. It offers indepth coverage of environmental pollution sources, waste characteristics, facility innovations, design criteria, control technologies, management strategies, process alternative, costs, and effluent standards. The text presents case histories, describes new managerial decision methodologies, and explores future trends for the process industries. Additional chapters address the regional and global effects of important pollution control practices specific to the process industries. Catalog no. 72234, 2009, 494 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7223-5, $104.95 / £66.99

Handbook of Water and Energy Management in Food Processing

Zorex Corporation, Newtonville, New York, USA

Edited by

Nazih K. Shammas

University of Pannonia, Hungary

Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA

Yung-Tse Hung

Robin Smith and Jin-Kuk Kim

Cleveland State University, Ohio, USA

University of Manchester, UK

With its focus on new developments in innovative and alternative environmental technology, design criteria, effluent standards, managerial decision methodology, and regional and global environmental conservation, this book provides the widest possible coverage drawn from the full spectrum of experts in the field. It covers environmental pollution sources, waste characteristics, control technologies, management strategies, facility innovations, process alternatives, costs, case histories, and effluent standards in industry. Reflecting the depth and breadth of the field, this handbook provides authoritative information on chemical and environmental engineering for industrial hazardous waste treatment.

This volume reviews techniques for improvements in the efficiency of water and energy use as well as wastewater treatment in the food industry. It provides an overview of key drivers for better management and covers the assessment of water and energy consumption. The book also covers good housekeeping procedures, measurement, process control, monitoring, intelligent support systems, water reuse, and wastewater treatment. The text concludes with an examination of particular industry sectors, including fresh meat, poultry, cereals, sugar, soft drinks, brewing, and winemaking.

Catalog no. 72307, 2009, 584 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7230-3, $125.95 / £79.99

Catalog no. WP7795, 2009, 1064 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7795-7, $334.95 / £176.00

Jiři Klemeš

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Waste Water Turfgrass and Landscape Irrigation Water Quality Assessment and Management Robert N. Carrow University of Georgia, Griffin, USA

Ronny R. Duncan Turf Ecosystems, LLC, Boerne, Texas, USA

Michael T. Huck Irrigation & Turfgrass Services, Dana Point, California, USA

With the increased use of alternative irrigation water sources on turfgrass and landscape sites, their management is becoming more complex and whole ecosystems-oriented. This book provides a comprehensive, science-based understanding of irrigation water quality. The text confronts each challenge associated with various water sources over the whole spectrum, from initial source to delivery system. Various management practices address specific types of problems that may affect turfgrass performance. Additional chapters examine potential environmental concerns related to the use of variable quality irrigation sources on landscapes and recreational turfgrass areas from the landscape to the watershed levels.

Wastewater Purification Aerobic Granulation in Sequencing Batch Reactors Edited by

Yu Liu Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Over the past decade, extensive research has been dedicated to the development of aerobic granulation technology for high-efficiency wastewater treatment. Taking a systematic approach, Wastewater Purification provides a comprehensive understanding of aerobic granulation in sequencing batch reactors by presenting fundamental principles of aerobic granulation along with the basics of process operation under various conditions. The book explains what aerobic granules are and how they form, discusses the key factors that influence aerobic granulation, addresses commonly encountered problems, and offers ways to improve process stability. It also outlines directions for future research. Catalog no. 53671, 2008, 336 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-5367-8, $139.95 / £90.00

Catalog no. 81934, 2009, 400 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8193-0, $104.95 / £66.99

A Pilot Constructed Treatment Wetland for Pulp and Paper Mill Wastewater Performance, Processes and Implications for the Nzoia River, Kenya Margaret Akinyi Abira This study provides insight into the performance of a constructed treatment wetland receiving pulp and paper mill wastewater in the tropics. It explores the efficacy of a pilot wetland in improving the quality of the final effluent. The wetland effectively removed organic matter, total suspended solids (TSS), phenols and nutrients. Plants played a significant role in the removal of phenols, nutrients, and TSS. The study reports time reduction rates for BOD and phenols in a constructed wetland for pulp and paper mill wastewater and gives recommendations for design, set-up, and maintenance of a full-scale facility.

Treatment Wetlands Second Edition Robert H. Kadlec Wetland Management Services, Chelsea, Michigan, USA

Scott Wallace Santec, Minnesota, USA

Completely revised and updated, Treatment Wetlands, Second Edition is still the most comprehensive resource available for planning, designing, and operating wetland treatment systems. It provides engineers and scientists with a complete reference source that includes detailed information on wetland ecology, design for consistent performance, site specific studies, estimated costs, construction guidance, and operational control through effective monitoring. Case histories of operational wetland treatment systems illustrate the variety of design approaches, allowing readers to tailor them to the needs of their projects. Catalog no. L1526, 2009, 1016 pp. ISBN: 978-1-56670-526-4, $135.95 / £86.00

Catalog no. K10234, 2009, 160 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-0-415-46715-5, $57.95 / £36.99

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Water Pollution Forthcoming!

Tolerance to Environmental Contaminants Edited by

Claude Amiard-Triquet Universite de Nantes, SMAB, Nantes, France

Philip S. Rainbow The Natural History Museum, London, UK

Michele Romeo University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis, France

An up-to-date compilation of the views of international experts, this book covers the tolerance of living organisms to toxic contaminants. It examines the degree of generalization of tolerance of different levels of biological organization and discusses mechanisms of defense involved in the acquisition of tolerance to different classes of environmental contaminants, taking into account the limits above which such mechanisms are overwhelmed. It also examines the ecological consequences and specific aspects of tolerance, especially those that impact the environment and society. • Takes a multidisciplinary approach across contaminant types, habitats, organisms, biological levels of organisation, scientific disciplines, and approaches • Presents a state-of-the-art synthesis of the many aspects of the phenomenon of tolerance to environmental contaminants • Discusses the issue of over- versus underestimation of risk for the development of toxicity reference values • Supplies science at the frontier of research in the subject compiled by international experts from across the world The book explores the latest knowledge about the numerous biological processes responsible for physiological acclimation and/or genetic adaptation. It examines the frequency of occurrence of tolerance, particularly among species that have a key role in ecosystems, since this has tremendous implications for the sustainability of biodiversity and ecosystem structure and functioning. It also discusses how adaptive “benefit” of being tolerant may have negative counterparts in the long term, since processes involved in tolerance are energetically expensive and thus may interfere with allocation of energy which governs the success of reproduction and growth.

Sediments Contamination and Sustainable Remediation Catherine N. Mulligan, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Masaharu Fukue and Yoshio Sato Tokai University, Shizuoka, Japan

Although valuable resources in river basins and other aqueous environments, sediments often receive much less attention from researchers, policymakers, and other professionals than other components of the ecosystem. Until now. Highlighting the important role that sediments play in the geoenvironment, this book focuses on sediment management for the purpose of environmental cleanup or management. It provides the in-depth understanding of the sediment-water environment needed to develop better management practices and meet sustainability requirements. The book discusses the contamination of sediments resulting from discharge of pollutants, excessive nutrients, and other hazardous substances from anthropogenic activities. It examines impacts observed as a result of these discharges, including the presence of hazardous materials and eutrophication, and elucidates the remediation techniques developed to restore the health of sediments and how to evaluate the remediation technologies using indicators. The text explores the problems inherent in dealing with contaminated sediments in rivers, lakes, and estuaries and includes numerous case studies that illustrate key concepts. The authors provide wide-ranging coverage of the topic and include methods for evaluating the effectiveness of different remediation technologies. They make the case for the development and application of innovative management practices that create longterm solutions to sediment contamination to reduce natural resource depletion, continued landfill contamination, and diminished biodiversity in the aquatic geoenvironment. Catalog no. 61534, January 2010, 320 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6153-6, $129.95 / £82.00

Catalog no. K10919, December 2010, c. 392 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1770-4, $129.95 / £82.00

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Water Pollution Derivation and Use of Environmental Quality and Human Health Standards for Chemical Substances in Water and Soil Edited by

Mark Crane, Peter Matthiessen, Dawn Stretton Maycock, Graham Merrington, and Paul Whitehouse A balanced, comprehensive overview of Environmental Quality Standards (EQS), this book addresses the selection and prioritization of substances for standard derivation. It examines the derivation of these standards and their implementation to protect human health and the environment. Based on contributions from thirty-five scientists, regulators, and policy makers from eleven countries with individual expertise across disciplines such as risk assessment, environmental, health, economic, and social sciences, this book:

Introduction to Environmental Management Edited by

Mary K. Theodore and Louis Theodore Manhattan College, Riverdale, New York, USA

It is hard to imagine an area of study or a discipline in which a basic knowledge of environmental issues would not be beneficial, since environmental concerns very much in the public consciousness. And while everyone agrees that something must be done, the issues and therefore, the solutions, are not clear. Written at a level that is accessible to anyone, regardless of their technical background, Introduction to Environmental Management translates complex environmental issues into understandable terms.

Features: • Provides information on advanced environmental issues to technical and non-technical audiences in easy-to-understand terms

• Outlines the social and economic frameworks within which standards are derived and used

• Includes coverage of pressing environmental management issues, regulations, types of pollutants, and remediation strategies

• Provides a wider context for considering when, where, and how standards should be implemented

• Discusses the environmental implications of nanotechnology, global climate change, and electromagnetic fields

• Includes recommendations on the development and use of standards

• Explains the emerging ethical issues in environmental management

• Highlights the importance of a unified framework for selecting substances and setting standards

• Covers energy conservation, waste reduction, public health, safety, and accident prevention

• Explores general issues associated with implementing any standard

This book offers a complete understanding of regulations, pollutants, and waste management that will be useful in any industry or business. The non-technical presentation addresses all environmental issues, and the stand-alone chapters make it easy to zero in on the exact information you need.

• Discusses the details of deriving and implementing aquatic and terrestrial standards The book presents an in-depth examination of when, where, and how to implement environmental standards based on the social and economic context. It includes detailed coverage of technical approaches that shed light on the derivation and implementation of EQS. It also identifies future research that will help to underpin the science of environmental and human health standards.

Catalog no. 89072, January 2010, 556 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8907-3, $99.95 / £49.99

Catalog no. K10193, January 2010, 168 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0344-8, $119.95 / £76.99

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Water Pollution New!

New!

Rejection of Emerging Organic Contaminants by Nanofiltration and Reverse Osmosis Membranes

Arsenic in Geosphere and Human Diseases; Arsenic 2010

Effects of Fouling, Modelling and Water Reuse

Proceedings of the Third International Congress on Arsenic in the Environment (As-2010)

Victor Augusto Yangali Quintanilla

Edited by

Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands

Jiin-Shuh Jean, Jochen Bundschuh and Prosun Bhattacharya

This volume examines the presence of micropollutants (medicines, hormones, pesticides) in surface water and the lack of success in removal by conventional water treatment options, then explores nanofiltraion and reverse osmosis methods as better options. The author reviews quantification of removals by means of multivariate data analysis techniques, providing a better understanding of the separation by micropollutants by membranes. He discusses increases in water reuse practices, the important role water membrane treatment will play in the removal of micropollutants, and the importance of understanding the characteristics, advantages and disadvantages of nanofiltration and reverse osmosis. Catalog no. K12027, May 2010, 216 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-0-415-58277-3, $79.95 / £49.99

Based on papers presented at the Third International Congress on Arsenic in the Environment, this book offers an international, multi- and interdisciplinary discussion of arsenic research highlighting short-term solutions of problems with considerable social impact in addition to cutting edge and breakthrough research in physical, chemical, toxicological, medical and other specific issues on arsenic on a broader environmental realm. Topics include: geology and hydrogeology of arsenic; ecological effects of arsenic in soils, plants and food chain; marine and terrestrial biota; health effects on humans, including epidemiology and biomarkers; toxicological effects; assessment and remediation; and analytical methods. Catalog no. K11608, April 2010, 652 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-57898-1, $169.95 / £108.00

New!

The Global Arsenic Problem Challenges for Safe Water Production

Environmental Science Edited by

Edited by

V. K. Ahluwalia

Nalan Kabay, Jochen Bundschuh, Bruce Hendry, Marek Bryjak, Kazuharu Yoshizuka, Prosun Bhattacharya, and Suer Anac

University of Delhi, India

Sunita Malhotra Indira Gandhi National Open University, Delhi, India

A prevalent and increasing issue, arsenic removal continues to be one of the most important areas of water treatment. However, in the most affected regions, large conventional treatment plants may not be appropriate and factors such as cost and acceptability as well as performance must be considered. This book, published in cooperation with leading experts in this field, provides a thorough analysis of the problems, solutions and possible alternatives to achieve safe water production on a global scale.

Highlighting the chemistry of environmental processes and pollutants, this book also covers a wide range of other aspects of environmental issues. This comprehensive coverage makes it relevant to a wide variety of readers in chemistry, environmental science, life science, environmental engineering, and other disciplines. The interdisciplinary approach makes the book informative and interesting for all readers. Providing a complete picture of environmental issues at a global level, it discusses issues in energy, air, water, marine, soil, and noise pollution, as well as biodiversity and environmental management.

Catalog no. K11503, April 2010, 270 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-57521-8, $99.95 / £63.99

Catalog no. AB7069, 2008, 368 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7069-9, $98.95 / £62.99

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Water Pollution

Food and Water Security Edited by

U. Aswathanarayana Mahadevan International Center for Water Resources Management, Hyderabad, India

“… could not have been published at a more appropriate time … deals with techno-economic-social dimensions of the problem like no other publication before. … an in-depth analysis of a complex subject, penetrating and interesting, supported by valuable tables, revealing photographs and neat figures.' —Journal of the Geological Society of India, vol. 72

“… includes remote sensing, aerobic rice, the benefits of fermented food, the role of microenterprises, and the need for enhanced governance of food systems … a very useful introduction …” —Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development

Catalog no. SW0181, 2008, 360 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-44018-9, $139.95 / £90.00

Transport of Escherichia coli in Saturated Porous Media Jan Willem Foppen IHE UNESCO Institute for Water Education, Delft, NL

This book examines the occurrence of hyper-exponential deposition of E. coli, an important indicator of fecal contamination, and the causes of such behavior. The starting point is the well known colloid filtration theory, followed by straining or physical sieving, geochemical heterogeneity, variable deposition rate coefficients, and preferential flow mechanisms. The case of Sana’a, the capital of Yemen, served to evaluate the importance of bacteria transport processes in a field situation. The text delineates a series of column experiments with glass beads of various sizes in which the attachment of E. coli decreased hyper-exponentially, or on a logarithmic scale in a bimodal way, as a function of the transported distance from the column inlet. Catalog no. SW4772, 2008, 274 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-0-415-44477-4, $99.95 / £62.99

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Environmental Aspects of Textile Dyeing Edited by

R.M. Christie Heriot-Watt University, UK

Written by an international team of contributors, this book reviews current legislation and key technologies which make textile dyeing more efficient and environmentally friendly. The book begins by detailing European and US legislation relating to textile dyeing. Further chapters cover toxicology, environmentally responsible application of dyes and supercritical fluid textile dyeing. The book concludes with chapters on the reduction of pollution and minimization of waste, the re-use of spent dyebath, chemical treatment of dye effluent and biotechnological treatment of dye effluent. Catalog no. WP4445, 2007, 238 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-4445-4, $219.95 / £123.00

Environmental Management of Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) Frank R. Spellman Spellman Environmental Consultants, Norfolk, VA Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, USA

Nancy E. Whiting Columbia, Pennsylvania, USA

Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) have lowered prices and increased production but with economic, ecological, and environmental costs that can only be solved by enforced legislation. Discussing this agricultural trend, Environmental Management of Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) provides practical information on the concepts and practices involved in the operation and maintenance of CAFOs, paying particular attention to regulatory requirements and compliance as well as best available technology. Including extensive references, it is an important resource for personnel involved in animal feeding operations. Catalog no. 7098, 2007, 496 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-7098-4, $152.95 / £97.00

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Storm & Surface Water New!

New!

Urban and Highway Stormwater Pollution

Recursive Streamflow Forecasting

Concepts and Engineering

A State-Space Approach József Szilágyi

Thorkild Hvitved-Jacobsen, Jes Vollertsen, and Asbjorn Haaning Nielsen

Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary & Univeristy of Nebraska, USA

Focusing on pollutant reduction, abatement, and control, this book provides the necessary tools and methodologies to solve urban stormwater problems. The authors present theories and fundamental concepts of wet weather pollution as a basis for solving engineering problems in practice. The book contains mathematical formulations for modeling the prediction of pollutant transport into both surface waters and soil systems. The entire urban wastewater system—including the drainage catchment and networks, treatment systems and local receiving waters— are examined in this context. The authors also address key points in the analysis, design, and management of urban drainage systems.

András Szöllösi-Nagy

Bringing together the empirical and theoretical approaches needed to mitigate the problem, this volume: • Provides a basic understanding of sources, pathways, and impacts of pollutants associated with wet weather hydrologic cycles occurring in areas with impervious or semi-impervious surfaces • Examines wet weather pollutant discharges into streams, lakes, and coastal waters, as well as soil systems • Details tools to quantify physical, chemical, and biological characteristics associated with wet weather pollution and methodologies for pollution abatement, control, and monitoring runoff • Offers general methodologies and site-specific approaches to deal with stormwater runoff, road runoff, and sewer overflows

UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands

A practical guide to real-time streamflow forecasting, this book provides a rigorous description of a coupled stochastic and physically-based flow routing method and its practical applications. Through its real-life case examples and problem listings, the book teaches hydrology and civil engineering students and waterresources practitioners the physical forecasting model and allows them to apply it directly in real-life problems of streamflow simulation and forecasting. It has been designed as a textbook for courses on hydroinformatics and water management and includes exercises. Contents: Introduction. Overview of Continuous Flow Routing Techniques. State-Space Description of The Spatially Discretized Linear Kinematic Wave. State-Space Description of the continuous KalininMilyukov-Nash (KMN) cascade. State-Space Description of the Discrete Linear Cascade Model (DLCM) and Its Properties: The Pulse-Data System Approach. The Sample-Data System Approach. DLCM and Stream-Aquifer Interactions. Handling of Model-Error: The Deterministic-Stochastic Model and Its Prediction Updating. Some Practical Aspects of Model Application for Real-Time Operational Forecasting. Summary. Appendix. References. Guide to the Exercises. Catalog no. K10976, June 2010, 212 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-0-415-56901-9, $79.95 / £49.99

• Supplies reliable predictive tools and modeling methods Catalog no. K11321, March 2010, 367 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-2685-0, $119.95 / £76.99

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Storm & Surface Water Practical Channel Hydraulics Roughness, Conveyance and Afflux Donald W. Knight University of Birmingham, UK

Caroline McGahey H.R. Wallingford Ltd, Oxfordshire, UK

Rob Lamb JBA Consulting, UK

Paul Samuels Water Management, HR Wallingford, UK

A technical reference guide and instruction text for the estimation of flood and drainage water levels in rivers, waterways, and drainage channels, this book provides a user’s manual for the openly available innovative Conveyance and Afflux Estimation System (CES-AES) software. The chapters explore approaches and solutions that address environmental, flood risk and land drainage objectives. The book also focuses on estimating roughness, conveyance and afflux in fluvial hydraulics. The book is supported by a tutorial, manuals, and other materials available at www.riverconveyance.net.

Monitoring and Control of Macrofouling Mollusks in Fresh Water Systems Second Edition Gerald L. Mackie University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Renata Claudi RNT Consulting

Since the publication of the first edition, several types of mollusks have become troublesome in regard to agriculture, water quality, irrigation, and industrial piping in general. This new edition features international case histories presenting mussel fouling problems and how to cope with them. The book addresses the impact and control of invasive snails and details monitoring techniques that have been developed in recent years. The authors also outline the latest threats and explore potential scenarios involving invasive biofouling of freshwater mollusks. Catalog no. K10045, January 2010, 550 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0050-8, $139.95 / £89.00

Catalog no. K10306, January 2010, 470 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-54974-5, $119.95 / £76.99

Rapid Bioassessment of Stream Health Duncan L. Hughes North GA Technical College, Clarkesville, Georgia, USA

James Gore University Tampa, Florida, USA

Michele P. Brossett Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

John R. Olson Utah State University, Logan, USA

An examination of sampling techniques, laboratory methods, and data analysis, this book discusses how to create a protocol for analyzing the health of streams using rapid bioassessment techniques. The editors explore how to determine reference streams in each ecoregion and subecoregion with specific indices of health. They provide field methods for monitoring and sampling invertebrates and laboratory methods for subsampling. The work focuses on the application of the EPA’s Rapid Bioassessment Protocol (RBP) but suggests various techniques that can be used to improve sampling protocols and quality control, where necessary. Catalog no. 90917, January 2010, 369 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-9091-8, $129.95 / £82.00

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The Competition Between PolyphosphateAccumulating Organisms and GlycogenAccumulating Organisms Temperature Effects and Modelling Carlos Manuel López Vázquez UNESCO-IHE Inst. for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands

This book examines competition between glycogenaccumulating organisms and polyphosphate-accumulating organisms and their link to the instability of the enhanced biological phosphorus removal process in activated sludge wastewater treatment systems. Based on laboratory- and full-scale experimental work as well as mathematical modeling, this research contributes to better understanding about the environmental and operating conditions affecting the PAOGAO competition and, therefore, the EBPR process performance and stability. Catalog no. K10954, January 2010, 258 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-0-415-55896-9 $69.95 / £44.99

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Storm & Surface Water Spatial Pattern Dynamics in Aquatic Ecosystem Modelling Hong Li

Sediment and Contaminant Transport in Surface Waters

UNESCO-IHE Inst. for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands

Wilbert Lick

This book explores modelling approaches to represent spatial pattern dynamics of aquatic populations in aquatic ecosystems. It combines models, knowledge, and data in different scales. It demonstrates that including spatially distributed inputs retrieved from remote sensing images in a conventional physicallybased Harmgul Algal Bloom model can be enhanced and that cellular automat based models using high resolution photographs prove to be effective in representing aquatic plant growth. The book also develops a synthesis modelling framework that includes biological/ecological growth, diffusive processes, and local effects in a conventional modelling framework.

While many books have been written on sediment and contaminant transport, this book takes a more focused approach, highlighting areas that have been recently investigated but not covered thoroughly elsewhere. It emphasizes the erosion, deposition, flocculation, and transport of fine-grained, cohesive sediments; the effects of finite rates of sorption on the transport and fate of hydrophobic contaminants; and the effects of major events such as floods and storms. The text assists readers in the qualitative understanding of and ability to predict the transport of sediments and hydrophobic contaminants in surface areas.

Catalog no. K10956, January 2010, 202 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-0-415-55897-6 $69.95 / £44.99

Geographic Information Systems in Water Resources Engineering

University of California, Santa Barbara, USA

Catalog no. 59874, 2009, 416 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-5987-8, $135.95 / £86.00

More Urban Water Design and Management of Dutch water cities

Lynn E. Johnson

Fransje Hooimeijer and Wout Toorn Vrijthoff

University of Colorado, Denver, USA

Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

This book provides a fundamental understanding of GIS, including how to develop and analyze geographic data, how to differentiate between the various types of geographic data, and how to assess the operational requirements needed to implement GIS. With an introduction to primary remote sensing as well as methods of interpretation and analysis, the text focuses on how GIS data can be applied to water resource analysis models. Such applications include water supply demand forecasting, hydrologic modeling watersheds, modeling erosion, and non-point sources of water pollution.

This book takes an integral approach to the relation of urbanism and water management in Dutch water cities and to adjustments necessary to upgrade water management systems to the requirements imposed by a changing amount of precipitation and by changing function, technology and scale of urban areas. Separate chapters deal with the transformation of the historical city, the consolidation of the inter-war city, and the restructuring of the post-war city to meet future conditions. The book also includes comparisons of the Dutch situation with South Korean, Japanese, and German urban areas.

Catalog no. 69136, 2009, 328 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6913-6, $125.95 / £79.99

Catalog no. SW3585, 2008, 240 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-45358-5, $104.95 / £66.99

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Ground Water New!

New!

Water Quality Concepts, Sampling, and Analyses

Environmental Investigation and Remediation

Edited by

Yuncong Li and Kati Migliaccio

1,4-Dioxane and other Solvent Stabilizers Thomas Mohr

University of Florida, Homestead, USA

Santa Clara Valley Water District, San Jose, California, USA

As water quality becomes a leading concern for people and ecosystems worldwide, it must be properly assessed in order to protect water resources for current and future generations. Water Quality Concepts, Sampling, and Analyses supplies practical information for planning, conducting, and evaluating water quality monitoring programs. It presents the latest information and methodologies for water quality policy, regulation, monitoring, field measurement, laboratory analysis, and data analysis.

Julie Stickney

The book addresses water quality issues, water quality regulatory development, monitoring and sampling techniques, best management practices, and laboratory methods related to the water quality of surface and ground waters. It also discusses basic concepts of water chemistry and hydrology related to water sampling and analysis; instrumentation; water quality data analysis; and evaluation and reporting results.

Features • Presents practical, how-to information on water sampling and analysis • Covers water sampling and chemical analysis in one precise reference • Provides exposure to state-of-the-art water quality laboratory equipment and expertise • Includes two DVDs with step-by-step training videos on how to take water samples and conduct other procedures Discussing an array of water quality topics, from water quality regulations and criteria, to project planning and sampling activities, this book outlines a framework for improving water quality programs. Using this framework, you can easily put the proper training and tools in place for better management of water resources. Catalog no. 92669, October 2010, c. 340 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-9266-0, $119.95 / £76.99

SRC, Inc., Syracuse, New York, USA

William DiGuiseppi AECOM, Greenwood Village, Colorado, USA

A ubiquitous, largely overlooked groundwater contaminant, 1,4-dioxane escaped notice by almost everyone until the late 1990s. While some dismissed 1,4-dioxane because it was not regulated, others were intrigued and required testing and remediation at sites they oversaw. Drawing this information into a convenient resource, Environmental Investigation and Remediation: 1,4-Dioxane and other Solvent Stabilizers profiles the nature of 1,4-dioxane and several dozen other solvent stabilizer compounds.

Features • Describes the nature and extent of 1,4-dioxane releases, their regulation, and their remediation in a variety of geologic settings • Covers the chemistry and the many industrial uses and manifestations of 1,4-dioxane • Furnishes recent and relevant case studies of how 1,4-dioxane release are regulated and remediated • Provides ample site data with more than 1,000 citations, 138 tables, 70 figures, and three appendixes • Profiles the importance of accounting for contaminant archeology in investigating contaminated sites • Discusses regulatory solutions vie green chemistry and the European Union’s REACH (Registration, Evaluation and Authorization of Chemicals) program • Examines the use of solvent stabilizers as a forensic tool to solve contamination problems such as deconvoluting commingled plumes of a common solvent or determining the age of a release Mobility, persistence, and treatment challenges combine to make 1,4-dioxane a particularly vexing contaminant. It is more mobile than any other contaminant you are likely to find at solvent release sites. Filled with case studies, tables, figures, and citations, the book supplies a wide range of information on 1,4dioxane. It then provides passive and active remediation strategies and treatment technologies for 1,4diozane in groundwater and guides you on how to determine which are appropriate for your site. Catalog no. L1662, March 2010, 550 pp. ISBN: 978-1-56670-662-9, $159.95 / £99.00

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Ground Water Adsorptive Removal of Manganese, Arsenic and Iron from Groundwater Richard Buamah UNESCO-IHE Inst. for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands

This book covers batch and pilot experiments on manganese adsorption equilibrium and kinetics using iron-oxide coated sand (IOCS), Aquamandix, and other media. It also studies effects of manganese and iron loading on manganese removal and rate of oxidation of adsorbed iron and manganese. The author discusses how aquamandix and IOCS iron and manganese adsorption capacity increases with increasing pH under oxic and anoxic conditions. He also explores manganese loading and low filtration rate using feedwater with no nitrite favors non-uniform development of catalytic manganese oxide on media that subsequently enhances manganese removal. Catalog no. K11586, January 2010, 198 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-0-415-57379-5 $69.95 / £44.99

New!

Advanced Simulation and Modelling for Urban Groundwater Management UGROW UGROW - An Advanced Simulation and Modelling Tool

New!

Introduction to the Numerical Modeling of Groundwater and Geothermal Systems Fundamentals of Mass, Energy and Solute Transport in Poroelastic Rocks Jochen Bundschuh and Mario César Suárez A. An introduction to the scientific fundamentals of groundwater and geothermal systems, this book explains the different water and energy problems existing in deformable porous rocks as well as the corresponding theories and the mathematical and numerical tools that lead to modeling and solving them. It provides readers with a thorough understanding of the basic physical laws of thermoporelastiv rocks, the partial differential equations representing these laws, and the principal numerical methods that allow finding approximate solution of the corresponding mathematical models. The book also presents the form in which specific useful models can be generated and solved. Catalog no. SW1674, July 2010, 522 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-40167-8, $199.95 / £121.00

Groundwater Response to Changing Climate Edited by

Edited by

Makoto Taniguchi

Dubravka Pokrajac

Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN), Motoyama Kyoto, Japan

University of Aberdeen, UK

Ken W.F. Howard University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada

This book discusses UGROW, one of the most advanced urban water management tools produced to date. Developed under the sixth phase of UNESCO’s International Hydrological Programme (IHP-IV), UGROW (UrbanGROroundWater) fully integrates all urban water system components including groundwater. Its principle aims are to raise awareness of the interaction between urban water system components, to support management decision-making, and to solve a wide range of urban water problems. Tested and refined under a range of demanding urban conditions, the model has a sound scientific basis, is computationally efficient, and is supported by excellent graphics. Catalog no. K11287, October 2010, 280 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-45354-7, $99.95 / £63.99

Ian P. Holman Department of Natural Resources, Cranfield University, UK

In this volume, recent developments within the interlinked areas of the response of groundwater systems to climate variability and climate change are highlighted, using contemporary field investigations and monitoring of aquifers, numerical simulations of aquifer response to climate change predictions and paleohydrogeological studies of ancient groundwater systems. The book provides an up-to-date description of the relationship between groundwater behaviour and ancient, historical, current and future climates for a range of diverse aquifer systems around the world. Catalog no. K10485, January 2010, 246 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-54493-1, $99.95 / £63.99

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Ground Water

Groundwater Economics Charles A. Job U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA

An examination of groundwater and its economic importance, this book explores cost/benefit analysis and approaches for the different aspects of use, protection, and remediation. It examines the development of the legal basis for use and access rights, then addresses drinking water, irrigation, and efficient waste disposal. The author considers micro- and macro-economic factors, cost benefit tools, sustainability, and policy evaluation, ease of policy implementation, and societal acceptance. He synthesizes key points into practical steps for future application, describing ways to evaluate the economics of ground water use in the context of the larger ecosystem and its sustainability. Catalog no. K10444, January 2010, 687 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0900-6, $139.95 / £89.00

Sustainable Wells Maintenance, Problem Prevention, and Rehabilitation Stuart A. Smith and Allen E. Comeskey Ground Water Science LLC, Upper Sandusky, Ohio, USA

Remote Sensing of Global Croplands for Food Security Edited by

Prasad Thenkabail, John G. Lyon, Hugh Turral, and Chandashekhar Biradar “… provides unique means for understanding and comparing different cropland mapping strategies by utilizing different satellite sensors and ancillary data sets. … thoroughly documents the techniques and error assessment methods utilized to develop the world's first global irrigated map derived from remote sensing data. … the numerous international authors, color plates, and national cropland statistical tables makes the book an attractive and authoritative reference for mapping global croplands from remote sensing data.” — Curt A. Reynolds, Crop Analyst, Foreign Agricultural Service, USDA, Washington, D.C. in Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing

Catalog no. 90097, 2009, 556 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-9009-3, $129.95 / £78.99

Advances in Subsurface Pollution of Porous Media Indicators, Processes and Modelling IAH Selected Papers, Volume 14 Edited by

Lucila Candela, Inaki Vadillo, and Francisco Javier Elorza

This is a practical and accessible guide to preventing, forestalling, and dealing with problems with wells. It provides the information necessary for well operators and managers to understand the many challenges that come with maintaining well performance. The material is presented in an understandable manner without talking down to the nonspecialists. Rather than focusing on some aspect of well cleaning, or a particular technical approach, it covers the scope of maintenance and rehabilitation, from planning to evaluation testing. It also addresses the crucial subjects of preventive design, maintenance monitoring (from electrical to biofouling), and evaluation testing.

This book covers methodologies and indicators to reach a better understanding of biogeochemical processes as a basis for environmental models. The combined use of the process understanding and modeled prognoses points water managers towards better management of water resources. The methodologies and case studies offer a valuable reference set for hydrogeologists, the research community, practitioners in government and public institutions, and students of the sub-surface environment. The book will be a valuable reference for graduate students, researchers, and professionals in government and public institutions, and for those interested in various aspects of soil and groundwater contamination.

Catalog no. 7576, January 2010, 334 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-7576-7, $129.95 / £82.00

Catalog no. K00066, 2009, 240 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-47690-4, $114.95 / £73.99

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Ground Water Groundwater Governance in the Indo-Gangetic and Yellow River Basins Realities and Challenges Edited by

Aditi Mukherji, Karen G. Villholth, Bharat R. Sharma, and Jinxia Wang

Groundwater Chemicals Desk Reference Fourth Edition John H. Montgomery Groundwater Environmental Svcs, Inc., Neptune, New Jersey, USA

This book provides a consolidated and cross-disciplinary source of information and contemporary thinking on agricultural groundwater use and management in poverty-prone areas of Asia. The editors and contributors represent a wide range of academic disciplines from both the physical and social sciences. Most of the chapters in this book rely heavily on primary data collected by the authors in the course of an innovative, cross-coordinated and inter-disciplinary fieldwork exercise, covering areas across the regions that significantly depend on groundwater for agricultural livelihoods.

This fourth edition contains more than 1,700 additional references and additional adsorption data for more than 800 organic compounds and metals, Henry's law constants for 1,850 compounds, aqueous solubility data for over 2,500 compounds, toxicity data for 1,100 compounds, more than 31,000 synonyms, and 2,224 degradation products cross-referenced to parent compounds. Additional organic and inorganic solubilities, conversion factors, octanolwater partition coefficients, environmental fate data, analytical test methods, dielectric properties of various materials and liquids, and other tables and indexes have been added along with references for numerous physical parameters.

Catalog no. K00080, 2009, 328 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-46580-9, $109.95 / £69.99

Catalog no. 9276, 2007, 1752 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-9276-4, $269.95 / £173.00

Groundwater Flow Understanding

Remediation Hydraulics

From Local to Regional Scale

ARCADIS, Southfield, Michigan, USA

Edited by

ARCADIS G & M of Michigan, LLC

J. Joel Carrillo R Institute of Geography, UNAM, Coyoacán, Mexico

M. Adrian Ortega G Centre for Geosciences (UNAM), Querétaro, Mexico

Fred C. Payne

Joseph A. Quinnan

Scott T. Potter ARCADIS, Newtown, Pennsylvania, USA

"… reflects a realistic and successful approach to remediation … well researched and detailed …"

This book discusses integral groundwater management with scale flow issues and presents methods for defining, preventing, controlling, and mitigating negative environmental impacts related to groundwater. It highlights specific issues such as trans-boundary groundwater flow, groundwater recharge, groundwater mining, and groundwater flow in thick aquifers, and stresses the importance of the sustainable development of groundwater and its social and economic implications. The book will interest groundwater researchers, professionals, and students, providing new insights into the procedures and processes that are influenced by the scale of the groundwater flow system.

Unlike other texts that fail to explain the hydraulic processes that underlie in situ reactive zone treatments, this book provides a comprehensive discussion to help engineers to better understand these processes. It addresses the complexities and heterogeneities of natural aquifers that are encountered in all treatment settings and introduces the concepts of porescale, fine-scale, and stratigraphic-scale heterogeneities. The text presents fundamental and emerging theories that describe the behaviors of contaminants and injected fluids in aquifers.

Catalog no. SW6788, 2008, 200 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-43678-6, $87.95 / £52.99

Catalog no. 7249, 2008, 432 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-7249-0, $135.95 / £86.00

—Laura L. Sanders, in Ground Water

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Ground Water

Practical Manual of Groundwater Microbiology

Urban Water Cycle Processes and Interactions

Droycon Bioconcepts Inc., Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Jiri Marsalek, Blanca Jimenez Cisneros, Mohammad Karamouz, Per-Arne Malmquist, Joel Avruch Goldenfum, and Bernard Chocat

With over 75 percent new material, this edition focuses on the impact of microorganisms on groundwater and water wells. It emphasizes how microbial events occur, how activities become focused, and how production characteristics are affected. The book covers biofouling, corrosivity, biodegradation, and shifts in hydraulic transmissivity, and introduces new techniques, such as BART, for evaluating microbial events. It also contains a chapter that functions as a self-contained guide, with 79 descriptive illustrations of important concepts integral to the understanding of microbes in groundwater. Numerous appendices, some new to this edition, supply detailed information on more specialized topics.

Urban Water Cycle Processes and Interactions represents the fruit of a project by UNESCO’s International Hydrological Programme on this topic. The volume introduces the urban water cycle concept and the need for integrated or total management. It then explores in detail the manifold hydrological components of the cycle, the diverse elements of urban infrastructure and water services, and the various effects of urbanization on the environment – from the atmosphere and surface waters to wetlands, soils and groundwater, as well as biodiversity. A concluding series of recommendations for effective urban water management summarize the important findings set forth here.

Catalog no. 8531, 2008, 400 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-8531-5, $139.95 / £90.00

Catalog no. SW3461, 2008, 152 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-45346-2, $83.95 / £52.99

Applied Groundwater Studies in Africa

Groundwater Vulnerability Assessment and Mapping

Second Edition D. Roy Cullimore

IAH Selected Papers on Hydrogeology, Volume 13

IAH-Selected Papers, Volume 11

Edited by

Edited by

Segun Adelana

Andrzej J. Witkowski and Andrzej Kowalczyk

University of Ilorin, Nigeria

Alan MacDonald British Geological Survey, Edinburgh, Scotland

University of Silesia, Sosnowiec, Poland

Jaroslav Vrba

Scant attention has been paid to the systematic gathering of information on groundwater resources in the past few decades, resulting in patchy data, limited knowledge, and poorly targeted investment of resources. A compilation of information from across the groundwater community, this book discusses the work that has been done and the current understanding of groundwater resources in Africa. Designed to supply an applied perspective of developing and managing groundwater, the book’s coverage ranges from discussions of the role of groundwater in development and poverty reduction to techniques used to develop groundwater, to numerical modeling of larger aquifers.

DHV CR Consulting Company, Prague, Czech Republic

Catalog no. SW0012, 2009, 518 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-45273-1, $114.95 / £73.99

Catalog no. SW5612, 2008, 260 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-44561-0, $125.95 / £79.99

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A discussion of concepts of aquifer vulnerability and available assessment and presentational tools, this volume presents current issues surrounding groundwater pollution risk assessment and the application of vulnerability and risk assessment maps for the effective protection and management of aquifers. It describes new and improved approaches to intrinsic and specific vulnerability assessment, some coupled with geophysical and hydrological surveys and hydrodynamic and transport modeling. The book covers the European approach to groundwater vulnerability assessment and mapping and presents case studies describing a wide range of issues.

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Hydrology & Hydrogeology Forthcoming!

Open Channel Flow Numerical Methods and Computer Applications Roland Jeppson Professor Emeritus, Utah State University, Logan, USA

A comprehensive treatment of open channel flow, this volume starts with basic principles and gradually advances to complete problems involving systems of channels, with branches, controls, and outflows/ inflows, that require the simultaneous solutions of systems of nonlinear algebraic equations coupled with differential equations. It provides applied numerical methods in an appendix and incorporated as an integral component of the methodology in setting up and solving the governing equations. The book contains numerous example problems and a large number of problems at the end of each chapter to give readers experience in applying the principles. These problems often expand upon the methodologies used in the text and example problems. The author also includes numerous examples of computer code and Fortran is generally used as the software to supply the computer instructions. In addition, math software packages such as MathCad, TK-Solver, and MATLAB®, as well as spreadsheets, are provided so readers might utilize what they are most familiar with. All this is designed to spark a desire to learn the subject of Open Channel Flow and provide the knowledge and tools to analyze and design economical and properly performing conveyance systems.

Engineering Hydrology of Arid and Semi-Arid Regions Mostafa M. Soliman Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt

Presenting important insight into the complexities of arid region hydrology, this book provides the key component to formulate and implement integrated management approaches in catchment systems. It covers basic and applied research, sustained water education, and training programs, and considers the advantages of new techniques and instrumentations with adequate support of financial and human resources. Topics include catchment characteristics, rainfall runoff and harvesting, stream flow routing, groundwater hydrology, resource management, and the design of hydraulic structures. The book offers illustrative case studies, conversion tables, and modeling software. Catalog no. K10799, June 2010, c. 411 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1555-7, $139.95 / £85.00

Contents: Dimensions, Terminology, and Review of Basic Fluid Mechanics. Energy and Its Dissipation in Open Channels. The Momentum Principle Applied to Open Channel Flows. Nonuniform Flows. Common Techniques Used in Practice. Unsteady Flows. Numerical Solutions of the Unsteady St. Venant Equations. Appendices.

Fractured Rock Hydraulics

Catalog no. K11831, November 2010, 1286 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-3975-1, $179.95 / £114.00

“… a joy to read because of its extreme clarity …I strongly recommend this book …”

Fernando Olavo Franciss PROGEO Consultoria de Engenharia Ltda., Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

—John A Hudson, Emeritus Professor, Imperial College, UK, President, International Society for Rock Mechanics

Supported by examples, cases, and illustrations, this book covers the fundamentals of fractured rock hydraulics under a tensor approach and presents key concepts with approximate solutions. It also discusses data analysis techniques applied to groundwater modeling and unique 3D finite difference algorithms to simulate practical problems concerning the hydraulic behavior of saturated, heterogeneous and randomly fractured rock masses without restriction to the geometry and properties of their discontinuities. Catalog no. K10975, January 2010, 188 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-87418-2, $89.95 / £57.99

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Hydrology & Hydrogeology Introduction to Hydrogeology 2nd Edition Unesco-IHE Delft Lecture Note Series

J.C. Nonner UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands

A complete introduction to the key issues in groundwater, this text covers all major fields of hydrogeology and includes outlines of the occurrence of groundwater in various rock types, the movement and storage of groundwater, the formulation of groundwater balances, the development of groundwater chemistry, as well as the practical application of hydrogeology for groundwater development. The text also explores a large selection of examples of groundwater cases from various parts of the world. In addition, theoretical sections and examples are illustrated with a number of drawings, photos and computer printouts. Catalog no. K11244, January 2010, 258 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-0-415-87555-4 $49.95 / £31.99

Fundamentals of Satellite Remote Sensing

Environmental Isotopes in Biodegradation and Bioremediation Edited by

C. Marjorie Aelion, Patrick Höhener, Daniel Hunkeler, and Ramon Aravena The use of stable isotopes and naturally occurring radioisotopes continues to gain interest as a way to evaluate the origin and fate of naturally occurring substances and contaminants in the environment. This book covers basic principles of isotope methods, details the major environmental processes to which isotope methods can be applied, and provides comprehensive information on analytical and data evaluation procedures. Using a wide range of case studies from recent field applications, and laboratory research, the authors illustrate the concepts and methodologies of stable isotope and radioisotope tools. Catalog no. L1661, January 2010, 464 pp. ISBN: 978-1-56670-661-2, $129.95 / £82.00

Environmental Hydrogeology

Edited by

Second Edition

Emilio Chuvieco

Philip E. LaMoreaux, Mostafa M. Soliman, Bashir A. Memon, James W. LaMoreaux, and Fakhry A. Assaad

Universidad de Alcala, Spain

Alfredo Huete University of Arizona, Tucson, USA

An extensive review of remote sensing principles with emphasis on environmental applications, Fundamentals of Satellite Remote Sensing discusses a wide range of topics, from physical principles to data acquisition systems and visual and digital interpretation techniques. The authors present new interpretation approaches such as hyperspectral analysis, high-spatial resolution data, fusion techniques, and radiative transfer models. They analyze accuracy assessment methods and demonstrate how to integrate remote sensing results with geographic information systems. With more than 200 figures and graphs, this text is ideal for students and professionals alike.

Written by respected practitioners within the field, this new edition of a bestseller provides a complete introduction to the fast-growing field of environmental hydrogeology. Readers can explore a variety of solutions and practical applications to many current concerns. The book addresses a range of topics including extensive information on groundwater recharging and protection. This new edition offers completely updated material and the addition of several new case studies. It provides appendices, a glossary, conversion tables, and mathematical modeling of select case studies. Catalog no. 54856, 2009, 375 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-5485-9, $121.95 / £51.99

Catalog no. TF1686, January 2010, 448 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-31084-0, $99.95 / £49.99

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Hydrology & Hydrogeology

Evaluation and Prevention of Natural Risks Edited by

Computational River Dynamics

Stefano Campus, Secondo Barbero, Stefano Bovo, and Ferruccio Forlati

Weiming Wu

Based on a historical analyses carried out in the Piemonte-territory in north-western Italy, this book examines hydrogeological risks and continuing damage to the area. The text suggests that this can partly be explained by the consistent expansion of urbanized areas at the expense of areas that are essential to the natural modelling processes of the region. It also gives a detailed account of a series of experiences related to activities that ARPA Piemonte has carried out, which focus on the cognitive and forecasting aspects related to risk assessment and alerting procedures.

A comprehensive text on the fundamentals of modeling flow and sediment transport in rivers, this book covers the physical principles and numerical methods for various degrees of complexity. It includes 1-D, 2D, and 3-D models as well as the integration and coupling of these models and a broad selection of numerical methods for open-channel flows. The book discusses sediment transport modeling approaches, sediment transport theory, and non-uniform sediment transport formulae. With worked examples that illustrate various conditions, the books presents the complete picture of physical priniciples and numerical methods used in computational river dynamics.

Catalog no. SW3869, 2008, 470 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-41386-2, $179.95 / £99.00

Nat. Centre Computational Hydroscience and Engineering, Univeristy of Mississipi, USA

Catalog no. GS1075, 2008, 508 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-44961-8, $199.95 / £133.00

Aquifer Systems Management Darcy’s Legacy in a World of Impending Water Shortage

Edited by

Fuzzy Logic and Hydrological Modeling

Laurence Chery

Zekâi Sen

Series: Selected Papers on Hydrogeology 10

Bureau de Recherches Géologiques et Minières, Orleans, France

Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

Ghislain de Marsily

The hydrological sciences typically present grey or fuzzy information, making them a choice challenge for fuzzy logic application. An authoritative resource on fuzzy logic modeling as it relates to water science, the author takes an approach that incorporates verbal expert views and other parameters that allow him to eliminate the use of mathematics. The book’s first seven chapters expose the fuzzy logic principles, processes, and design for a fruitful inference system with many hydrological examples. The last two chapters present the use of those principles in larger scale hydrological scales within the hydrological cycle.

Université Paris VI, France

Presented at the International Association of Hydrogeologists Dijon Symposium, this book contains 43 selected papers, grouped into six topics, that address the following issues: large aquifers, resource assessment; large aquifers, water salinity and evolution; karstic and carbonate aquifer systems; geothermal aquifer systems; aquifer contamination studies; and aquifer monitoring systems and management. In celebration of the 150th anniversary of the publication of Darcy’s Law, the volume includes a summary of Darcy’s life and his contribution to science, and five invited contributions on modern methods to estimate the hydraulic conductivity of aquifers.

Catalog no. K10467, January 2010, 348 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0939-6, $129.95 / £82.00

Catalog no. SW3555, 2008, 596 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-44355-5, $209.95 / £133.00

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Hydrology & Hydrogeology An Approach to Medium-Term Coastal Morphological Modelling Giles Lesser UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands

This book documents the development and validation of a novel three-dimensional sediment transport and morphological numerical model suitable for coastal regions. It discusses the modelling of suspended and bed-load transport of non-cohesive sediment, important aspects of the morphological updating scheme, and approaches used to model the three-dimensional effects of waves on coastal hydrodynamics. It also presents the results of several validation studies and demonstrates the performance of the model in several theoretical, laboratory, and full scale test cases. The author analyses the application of the model and acceleration techniques to the entrance to Willapa Bay, Washington, USA.

Understanding Hydrological Processes in an Ungauged Catchment in subSaharan Africa Marloes Mul UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Sciences, Delft, The Netherlands

Ungauged catchments can be found in many parts of the world, but particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. Interand intra-seasonal rainfall variability is large in these areas, and farmers depend more and more on additional surface and groundwater resources for their crop production. As a result, understanding the keyhydrological processes and determination of the frequencies and magnitudes of stream flows, is very important for local food production. This book provides a study of the ungauged Makanya catchment in Tanzania and explores how the information can be used in similar areas. Catalog no. K10608, 2009, 144 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-0-415-54956-1, $54.95 / £33.99

Catalog no. K11237, January 2010, 250 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-0-415-55668-2 $69.95 / £44.99

Hybrid Models for Hydrological Forecasting Integration of DataDriven and Conceptual Modelling Techniques Gerald Augusto Corzo Perez UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Sciences, Delft, The Netherlands

This book discusses possibilities and different architectures for integrating hydrological knowledge and conceptual models with data-driven models for use in hydrological flow forecasting. It explores a classification of different hybrid modeling approaches, the methodological development and application of modular models based on clustering and baseflow empirical formulations, the integration of hydrological conceptual models with neural network error corrector models, the use of committee models for daily streamflow forecasting, and the application of modular modelling and fuzzy committee models to the problem of downscaling weather information for hydrological forecasting.

River, Coastal and Estuarine Morphodynamics RCEM 2009 Edited by

Carlos Vionnet, Marcelo H. García, E.M. Latrubesse, and G.M.E. Perillo This two-volume set emphasizes the intersection between basic research, engineering, and environmental applications, by blending aspects from fundamentals in fluid mechanics to laboratory and field studies in river, coastal, deltaic and estuarine morphodynamics. Both large- and small-scale morphodynamic processes, ranging from mountain mass sedimentation and alluvial fans, to low-land large rivers and evolution of deltas, vegetated-channel and tidal flat morphology, and submarine debris flows and turbidity currents are integrated in both volumes. Catalog no. K10963, January 2010, 1116 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-55426-8, $389.95 / £249.00

Catalog no. K11291, January 2010, 228 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-0-415-56597-4 $79.95 / £49.99

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Hydrology & Hydrogeology Environmental Economics for Watershed Restoration Edited by

Hale W. Thurston US EPA, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Matthew T. Heberling US EPA, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Alyse Schrecongost West Virginia University, Blacksburg, USA

A resource for advocates and stakeholders, this book provides understanding of economic valuation in project prioritization and other decision-making aspects of stream or watershed restoration. It supplies basic background on the types of ecological goods and services that are often valued and details the types of questions that must be asked in watershed project analysis. It allows those who are not economists to be comfortable discussing things like contingent valuation, marginal costs, nonmarket goods, and other terms needed to satisfy the economic analysis requirements often needed to secure funding for projects.

Hydrometry 3rd Edition A Comprehensive Introduction to the Measurement of Flow in Open Channels Wubbo Boiten Wageningen University, The Netherlands and UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands

Hydrometry presents a thorough introduction to the science of hydrometry: the measurement of flow in open channels. Dealing with both traditional techniques and innovative new methods and instruments, in line with the latest ISO standards, this book deals with the main themes of hydrometry: the measurement of water levels and bed levels, of discharge and of sediment transport, and it considers the use of flow measurement structures, hydrological networks, and the organization of river surveys. Catalog no. SW7632, 2008, 280 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-0-415-46763-6, $69.95 / £44.99

Catalog no. 92626, 2009, 189 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-9262-2, $99.95 / £60.99

Wadi Hydrology Zekai Şen Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

Arguably the first book devoted entirely to examining this important resource, Wadi Hydrology presents up-to-date methodologies required for sustainable management of wadis and their water resources. Through unique physical approaches, field cases, sample interpretations, and various applications to different models, this book provides an in-depth understanding of these systems that illustrates the efficiency of harnessing water from wadis. The author compiles the most up-to-date information on arid region hydrology, including specific techniques for hydrological calculations and desertification assessments, and includes examples and solved problems in each chapter. Catalog no. 61542, 2008, 368 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6154-3, $135.95 / £86.00

Land Use Effects on Streamflow and Water Quality in the Northeastern United States Avril L. de la Cretaz and Paul K. Barten University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA

Providing a comprehensive literature review, Land Use Effects on Streamflow and Water Quality in the Northeastern United States presents the principles that define and govern interactions between land activities and conditions in streams, lakes, and estuaries, offering an overview of hydrologic processes and key watershed characteristics. Focusing on the importance of the physical environment as a source of variation in stream response, the text emphasizes how general principles operate within the context of local conditions. It also examines streamflow and water quality effects of specific land uses, including forest management, agriculture, urban development, and cumulative effects. Catalog no. 9187, 2007, 344 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-9187-3, $152.95 / £97.00

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Water Resources Management Urban Water Engineering and Management

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Polytechnic Institute of New York University, Brooklyn, USA

Water and Agricultural Sustainability Strategies

Ali Moridi

Edited by

Tarbiat Modarres University, Tehran, Iran

Manjit S Kang

Mohammad Karamouz

Sara Nazif Polytechnic Institute of New York Univerity, New York City, USA

Based on the latest research, this book delineates a systems approach to urban water hydrology, engineering, planning, and management. It covers a range of classic urban water management issues such as the modeling of urban water cycles, urban water supply and distribution systems, demand forecasting, and wastewater and storm water collection and treatment. The text also includes a discussion of water governance and disaster management in urban areas. Against this background, the authors discuss the importance of understanding the principles of simulation, optimization, multiple-criterion decision making, and conflict resolution for successful, integrated urban water management. Catalog no. K10665, January 2010, 628 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-1310-2, $119.95 / £63.99

Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, India

A compilation of peer reviewed contributions, this book covers water management and agricultural sustainability in conditions of a changing climate, an increasing world population and expected shortages of food and potable water. It brings together the expertise of agronomists, soil scientists, economists, and geneticists to examine the problems for water scarcity around the world and to offer appropriate solutions. The chapters discuss the use of water management strategies to achieve agricultural sustainability, irrigation to prevent or phytoremediate groundwater contaminated with arsenic, water management in different agroclimatic environments, and biotechnological applications that endow crops with drought tolerance. Catalog no. Y106965, March 2010, 356 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-57219-4, $119.95 / £76.99

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Urban Flood Management Chris Zevenbergen, Adrian Cashman, Niki Evelpidou, Erik Pasche, Stephen Garvin, and Richard Ashley This textbook integrates the expertise from disciplines such as hydrology, sociology, architecture, urban design, construction, and water resources engineering. The subject is approached from an international perspective and various case studies, exercises, expert advice, and literature recommendations are included to support the theory and illustrations. Developed by a team of specialists, this volume is intended for urban flood management, hydrology, geography, civil and environmental engineering, and management students at university level. Moreover, professionals will find this book useful as a reference. A supporting website can be visited for current information. Catalog no. K10973, September 2010, 340 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-0-415-55944-7 $89.95 / £57.99

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Water Engineering and Management through Time Learning from History Edited by

Enrique Cabrera Universidad politecnica de Valencia, Spain

The history of water reviewed in the context of this Seminar will help readers understand the importance water has had in every possible context and civilization in the past. The ultimate goal of this book is "to learn from history"—approaching the problem from a pragmatic point of view, far from the political and social interests which, unfortunately, are usually linked to water. This work will be of particular interest to water managers, politicians, decision makers, and scientists and professionals working in the area of water sciences. Catalog no. K00043, August 2010, 345 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-48002-4, $119.95 / £76.99

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Water Resources Management Drain for Gain: Making Water Management Worth its Salt

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Subsurface Drainage Practices in Irrigated Agriculture in Semiarid and Arid Regions

Based on research conducted in the semi-arid Makanya catchment of northern Tanzania, where rainfall averaging less than 400 mm/season is insufficient to support common food crops, this book discusses the application direct and indirect techniques to explore the soil and water dynamics at field scale. It demonstrates that there is indeed scope to increase crop water productivity, provided the local farmers adopt more efficient cultivation techniques. The book also confirms that no single solution exists to solve the problem of low yields in rainfed farming systems.

Henk Ritzema UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Sciences, Delft, The Netherlands

This book provides an analysis of the role of subsurface drainage to reduce waterlogging and salinity problems in irrigated agriculture in arid and semi-arid regions and includes recommendations on how to improve subsurface drainage practices. It contains a synthesis based on eight case studies covering subsurface drainage practices in Egypt, India, and Pakistan. Professionals can use these recommendations to improve planning, design, implementation, and O&M practices. The recommendations can also help to address issues related to an enabling environment and the changing roles of institutions to improve farmers’ participation and organization. Catalog no. K10707, 2009, 224 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-0-415-49857-9, $64.95 / £41.99

Groundwater for Sustainable Development Problems, Perspectives and Challenges Edited by

Prosun Bhattacharya, AL Ramanathan, Arun B. Mukherjee, Jochen Bundschuh, D. Chandrasekharam, and A.K. Keshari Designed to provide a common platform for sharing knowledge and experience, this book presents state of the art developments in the field of groundwater. Recognizing the importance of integrated water resources management, the text covers technical, environmental, legal, economic, and social aspects of groundwater resources management, contamination, and protection. The multidisciplinary flavor of the chapters and the multinational constellation of authors make the book an authoritative and comprehensive resource for the diverse problems associated with groundwater resources. Catalog no. SW7761, 2008, 484 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-40776-2, $189.95 / £120.00

Water Productivity in Rainfed Agriculture Hodson Makurira

Catalog no. K12396, October 2010, 250 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-0-415-60120-7 $79.95 / £49.99

Uncertainty Analysis in Rainfall-Runoff Modelling Application of Machine Learning Techniques Durga Lal Shrestha UNESCO-IHE Inst. for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands

This book describes the use of machine learning techniques to build predictive models of uncertainty with application to hydrological models, focusing mainly on the development and testing of two different models. The first section focuses on parameter uncertainty analysis by emulating the results of Monte Carlo simulation of hydrological models using efficient machine learning techniques. The second method aims at modelling uncertainty by building an ensemble of specialized machine learning models on the basis of past hydrological model’s performance. The book then demonstrates the capacity of machine learning techniques for building accurate and efficient predictive models of uncertainty. Catalog no. K11472, January 2010, 224 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-0-415-56598-1 $69.95 / £44.99

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Water Resources Management Anticipatory Water Management Using Ensemble Weather Forecasts for Critical Events Schalk-Jan van Andel UNESCO-IHE Inst. for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands

The use of weather forecast information with hydrological models can be invaluable for the operational water manager to expand the forecast horizon and to have time to take appropriate action. However, this method, called Anticipatory Water Management, often has adverse effects, such as when flood control actions turn out to have been unnecessary because the actual rainfall was less than predicted. Therefore, the uncertainty of the forecasts and the associated risks of applying Anticipatory Water Management have to be assessed. This dissertation presents ways of improving the end-use of ensemble predictions in Anticipatory Water Management.

A TechnicalEconomic Model for Integrated Water Resources Management in Tourism Dependent Arid Coastal Regions The Case of Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt Aya Lamei UNESCO-IHE Institute of Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands

Catalog no. K11636, January 2010, 182 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-0-415-57380-1 $69.95 / £44.99

This book describes an integrated technical-economic modeling tool to enhance integrated water resources management and to aid decision makers in the design and assessment of integrated water resources management projects. The modeling tool addresses water management issues in the case study region (Sharm El Sheikh, South-Sinai, Egypt) that suffers from water shortage and that is located near a unique but sensitive marine environment of high ecological value. The modeling tool box contains five types of models depending on the specific site situations: water demand/need model, water supply model, wastewater reuse model, environmental model, and economic model.

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Catalog no. K10957, January 2010, 162 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-0-415-55898-3 $69.95 / £44.95

Eco-hydraulic Modelling of Eutrophication for Reservoir Management Nahm-chung Jung UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands

This study presents a systematic approach to water quality assessment, hybrid modelling, and decision support for eutrophication management in deep reservoirs. The author uses physically based modelling to explain the process of micro-scale turbulent mixing and its impact on the nutrient uptake by algae. He also delineates how a data-driven model using clustering and partial least squares regression which uses results from a physically based model of the reservoir successfully predicts Chlorophyll-a concentrations. Catalog no. K12030, May 2010, 264 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-0-415-57382-5 $89.95 / £57.99

Sustainable Groundwater Resources in Africa Water Supply and Sanitation Environment Edited by

Yongxin Xu and Eberhard Braune Univeristy of Western Cape, Bellville, South Africa

Disseminating investigations and providing pointers towards achieving sustainable groundwater supplies in community environments across the African continent, this book provides coverage of search integrated water, sanitation, hygiene delivery, and implementation best practices. The second part, through a variety of case studies, illustrates the current status and pitfalls that hydrogeologists experience—highlighting the relevant challenges that Sub-Saharan Africa still faces in this battle. The chapters assess the current situation, best practices, and contemporary challenges. Catalog no. K11305, January 2010, 304 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-87603-2, $159.95 / £99.00

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Water Resources Management New!

From Water Scarcity to Sustainable Water Use in the West Bank, Palestine Dima Wadi Nazer UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands

The growing demands of growing populations is causing increased water scarcity all over the world. Countries with limited water resources urgently need a new approach towards water management by shifting from the "use and dispose" approach to the "use, treat and reuse" approach. This book proposes a framework for the sustainable management of scarce water resources. The approach is based on the application of cleaner production thinking to water management and is particularly focusing on the West Bank, Palestine. Catalog no. K12029, October 2010, 170 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-0-415-57381-8 $69.95 / £44.99

Dams in Japan Past, Present and Future Edited by

Japan Commission on Large Dams - JCOLD Tokyo, Japan

This volume covers Japan’s long water history, from the 7th century until current times, and provides a future outlook. It elaborates on the various roles of dams such as water supply, power generation, and flood control. It also clarifies the negative impacts of dams on the natural environment and local societies, as well as extensive efforts made to minimize them. The author supplies an excellent chronological historical record and a delineation of the role that dams will play in the future, complete with tables and maps of existing dams. Catalog no. K10308, 2009, 240 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-49432-8, $119.95 / £72.99

Water Policy in Spain

Re-thinking Water and Food Security

Edited by

Fourth Botin Foundation Water Workshop

Alberto Garrido Research Centre for the Management of Agricultural and Environmental Risks (CEIGRAM), Spain; Technical University of Madrid (UPM), Spain; Marcelino Botin Foundation –Water Observatory (FMB-WO), Spain

M. Ramon Llamas Department of Geodynamics, Complutense University, Madrid, Spain

Water policy in Spain has been the focus of Spanishspeaking scholars for decades, yet a comprehensive treatment of the subject has never before been published in English. This book fills this gap by providing a comprehensive, detailed account of the history of water policy in Spain from the beginnings of the 20th century to the present day. It presents a synopsis of the physical, economic, environmental, and climatic bases of Spain, highlighting corresponding political topics. It then covers the major constraints and opportunities influencing major water policy challenges and includes an in-depth account of water policy.

Edited by

Luis Martinez-Cortina, Alberto Garrido, and Elena Lopez-Gunn This book provides an overview, by leading world experts, on key issues in global water and food security. The book is divided into a series of over-arching themes and sections: I. Water and Food Security - an Overview. II. Global Trade and Virtual Water Trade III. Application of the Water Footprint at Different Scales. IV. Wider Debates Related to Global Sustainable Production and Consumption. V. The Role of the Silent Groundwater Revolution Catalog no. K11965, September 2010, 400 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-58790-7, $119.95 / £76.99

Catalog no. K10790, January 2010, 254 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-55411-4, $99.95 / £66.99

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Water Resources Management Water Ethics

New!

Marcelino Botin Water Forum 2007 Edited by

Integrated Urban Water Management

M.Ramon Llamas

Humid Tropics

Department of Geodynamics, Complutense University, Madrid, Spain

L. Martinez Cortina Spanish Geological Survey (IGME), Spain

Aditi Mukherji International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Colombo, Sri Lanka

Water Ethics discusses the role of ethics in the deep roots, values, and the potential commonalities of global water policy. Experts from different cultural, geographic, and religious backgrounds discuss the different ethical points of view, not with the intention to reach a common declaration or moral blueprint, but to exchange ideas and enhance the debate on how ethical considerations can play a more significant and explicit role in water development and management. The book sheds light on the ethical questions that increasingly affect decisions and policy making processes at all scales. Catalog no. K00059, 2009, 368 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-47303-3, $149.95 / £95.00

Urban Water Security Managing Risks Edited by

Blanca Jimenez Cisneros Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico City

Carlos Tucci and Joel Avruch Goldenfum Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil & UNESCO-IHP, Paris, France

Jonathan N. Parkinson WS Atkins International, Epsom, UK & UNESCO-IHP, Paris, France

This book focuses on engineering aspects related to water supply, wastewater, and stormwater management in the humid tropics. It covers flood control with a specific emphasis on reducing vulnerability to flood disasters in urban areas. The book also addresses environmental health concerns related to the different components of the urban water system and strategies for their control. The volume provides illustrations of different aspects of integrated water management in the urban environment by drawing upon a set of case studies – predominantly from South America. Catalog no. K10165, March 2010, 180 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-45352-3, $89.95 / £57.99

Integrated Urban Water Management Arid and Semi-Arid Regions UNESCO-IHP Edited by

Joan B Rose Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA

Understanding the impacts of urbanization on the urban water cycle and managing the associated health risks demand adequate strategies and measures. Urban Water Security: Managing Risks, the result of a project by UNESCO’s International Hydrological Programme, addresses issues associated with urban water risks. The first section describes the risks associated with urban water systems and services. Next, the book discusses the concept of risk management for urban water systems—exploring different approaches to managing and controlling urban water risks. A concluding section presents case studies from around the world on managing urban water risks. Catalog no. K10128, 2009, 324 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-48566-1, $119.95 / £76.99

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Edited by

Larry W. Mays Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, USA

An examination of integrated management of water resources in urban settings, this book focuses on issues specific to arid and semi-arid regions. It provides an overview of the various aspects of IUWM in arid and semi-arid regions, emphasizing water supply technologies such as artificial recharge, water transfers, desalination, and rainfall harvesting. The book discusses water excess management in the context of the stormwater and the floodplain management systems. It includes case studies from developed and developing countries that underline the needs and challenges of water management in urban environments in arid and semi-arid regions around the world. Catalog no. SW3488, 2009, 228 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-45348-6, $99.95 / £60.99

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General References New!

Water Chemistry Green Science and Technology of Nature's Most Renewable Resource Stanley E. Manahan University of Missouri, Columbia, USA

Written by top environmental author Stanley Manahan, this book takes an unusual aproach to the chemistry of water. The text focuses on water as a renewable resource from a green chemistry and sustainability perspective. An appropriate text for a course in current affairs in environmental chemistry, the book examines the hydrosphere and explains how it relates to the other four environmental spheres. It contains chapters on basic chemistry and organic chemistry useful to those readers whose fundamental knowledge of chemistry is limited and includes coverage of pollution, wastewater, and water treatment. Catalog no. K11504, August 2010, 416 pp. Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-3068-0 $89.95 / £38.99

Forthcoming!

Water in Central Asia Past, Present and Future Victor A. Dukhovny Interstate Commission for Water Coordination, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Joop de Schutter UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands

This is a detailed reference on the past, present, and future of water in Central Asia. Taking a practical approach, the book unravels historical, socio-economic, and political issues relevant in this waterscarce, landlocked region. Well-illustrated and containing a wealth of data on the area, it provides an exceptional overview and analysis of the role of water in Central Asia. It includes data originating from Central Asia Regional Water Information Base (CAREWIB) on water and environmental issues, and regional socio-economic and political facts and figures. Catalog no. K00021, December 2010, 600 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-45962-4, $179.95 / £114.00

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Water and Life New!

Environmental Microbiology for Engineers Volodymyr Ivanov Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

The Unique Properties of H20 Edited by

Ruth M. Lynden-Bell, Simon Conway Morris, John D. Barrow, John L. Finney, and Charles Harper

Designed specifically for engineers with little or no biology training, this book covers diversity and function of microorganisms in environmental engineering systems, environmental bioengineering processes, applied microbial genetics and molecular biology, microbiology of water and wastewater treatment, biotreatment and bioremediation, and microbial monitoring. It also explores biocorrosion of constructions, biodeterioration of materials, biocementation and bioc1ogging of soil, biopollution of indoor environment, and biofouling of facilities. Each chapter includes quizzes and tutorials. A separate solutions manual is available with qualifying course adoption.

Reflecting a rich technical and interdisciplinary exchange of ideas, this collection focuses on the properties of water and its interaction with life. Providing an overview of the role of water in biochemistry, physical chemistry, earth sciences, and astronomy, the book examines the arguments of Lawrence J. Henderson and other scholars on the "fitness" of water for life as part of the physical and chemical properties of nature. Highly esteemed researchers from multidisciplinary fields develop a variety of approaches that help to illuminate ways in which to address deeper questions with respect to the nature of the universe and our place within it.

Catalog no. 92340, November 2010, c. 424 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-9234-9, $99.95 / £63.99

Catalog no. K10200, May 2010, 396 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4398-0356-1, $89.95 / £57.99

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General References Analytical Measurements in Aquatic Environments Edited by

Jacek Namieśnik Gdansk University of Technology, Poland

Piotr Szefer Medical University of Gdansk, Poland

Covering the composition and underlying properties of freshwater and marine systems, this work provides a basis for understanding both. The authors employ a range of examples to explain the behavior of trace constituents in aquatic environments. They discuss collection and preparation, modern extraction techniques, conservation, and storage. They elucidate the use of passive dosimetry, mineralization techniques, speciation analytics, green analytical chemistry, and chemometric techniques. Extensive details on quality control and quality assurance provides a complete perspective on the difficulties of sample preparation in aquatic environments. Catalog no. 8268X, January 2010, 503 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8268-5, $129.95 / £82.00

Water: A Way of Life Sustainable Water Management in a Cultural Context A.J.M. (Lida) Schelwald-van der Kley Envision-S BV, Lelystad, The Netherlands

Linda Reijerkerk Element Consult-NOK, Leiden, The Netherlands

A better understanding of cultural water beliefs and practices may lead to new concepts for future sustainable water management — from flood management to water supply, sanitation and irrigation management. Based on extensive research, Water: A Way of Life builds a cultural road toward new sustainable water management practices. It takes readers on a water journey through time and across the world’s continents. It provides a guidebook for water professionals exporting knowledge and technologies to foreign countries where the challenge is to create sustainable solutions for water management by taking into account local cultural factors. Catalog no. K10698, 2009, 140 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-55104-5, $64.95 / £41.99

Integrating Water Systems Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Computing and Control in the Water Industry 2009

United States Water Law An Introduction John W. Johnson Environmental Attorney, Washington State Bar

Edited by

Joby Boxall University of Sheffield, UK

Cedo Maksimovic Imperial College, London, UK

A collection of articles by leading international experts on modeling and control of potable water distribution and sewerage collection systems, this book focuses on instrumentation, data management, systems modeling, optimization, control, and monitoring intended for water researchers in industry and academia. It includes coverage of SCADA and GIS, wastewater treatment modeling, asset management and performance modeling, sustainable urban water management including flood issues, likely impacts of climate change, and water scarcity and intermittent supply.

A concise review of different aspects of law and policy, this volume examines the different systems for determining water rights in the United States. The book compares and contrasts at the systems used in the west with systems in the east, which are largely based on ownership of riparian land. Special sections are included, which deal with Native American rights, environmental regulation, nuisance and tort law, and social theory. The material is supplemented with tables of cases and statutes, as well as a glossary and a list of web links for all 50 state codes. Catalog no. 86413, 2009, 424 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-8641-6, $125.95 / £79.99

Catalog no. K10126, January 2010, 834 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-54851-9, $249.95 / £159.00

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Salt Intrusion, Tides and Mixing in Multi-Channel Estuaries Nguyen Anh Duc

Applications of Environmental Aquatic Chemistry A Practical Guide, Second Edition

UNESCO - IHE, Institute for Water Education, Deleft, The Netherlands

Eugene R. Weiner

Multi-channel estuaries, such as the Mekong Delta in Vietnam and the Scheldt in the Netherlands, have characteristics of both the river and the sea, forming an environment influenced by tidal movements of the sea and freshwater flow of the river. This study discusses a predictive analytical approach for salinity intrusion and discharge estimate in multi-channel estuaries. The new approach agrees with 1-D hydrodynamic models and observations, indicating its applicability in practice. It has successfully developed a new theory and a new equation to quantify tidal pumping due to ebb-flood channel residual circulation and the related salt dispersion.

This convenient guide enables non-chemist professionals and students to apply environmental chemistry to remediation and control projects and to understand and solve environmental chemistry problems. Self-contained chapters provide access to key data tables that are ordinarily scattered in the literature and offer step-by-step details to worked examples drawn from real world applications. This second edition features new material on radioisotopes, inorganic/organic contaminants, and environmental forensics. Expanded chapters include metals, light nonaqueous phase liquids, dense nonaqueous phase liquids, and biodegradation.

Catalog no. K00094, 2009, 174 pp., Soft Cover ISBN: 978-0-415-47122-0, $73.95 / £46.99

Catalog no. 9066, 2008, 456 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-9066-1, $104.95 / £66.99

Professor Emeritus, University of Denver, Colorado, USA

The Science of Water Streamflow Measurement Reginald W. Herschy Former Government Water Engineer and Hydrologist, UK

This book discusses methods for measuring the flow in rivers and open channels in accordance with ISO and CEN standards and to satisfy the current requirements of the International Organization for Standardization and the European Union’s Water Directive. It includes coverage of the Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) and coverage of uncertainties in accordance with the recent International Standard on uncertainties in measurement (GUM). The book also discusses the Stage-Fall-Discharge method, hydrometric data processing, and flood flows. Catalog no. RU46970, 2008, 536 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-41342-8, $295.00 / £155.00

Concepts and Applications, Second Edition Frank R. Spellman Spellman Environmental Consultants, and Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, USA

“…an impressive collection of useful information about the science of water in an interesting, well-written matter … highly recommended …" – Robert M. Hordon, in Journal of the American Water Resources Association

This second edition of a bestseller puts the spotlight on the critical importance of water's role in current and future sustainability. Clearly written and userfriendly, the common thread woven through the fabric of this presentation is water resource utilization and its protection. Blending real-world experience with theoretical models, this work provides the valuable insight practitioners need and includes information for policymakers. Catalog no. 55445, 2008, 448 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-5544-3, $106.95 / £56.99

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General References The Water Encyclopedia Encyclopedia of Water Science Second Edition Two-Volume Set Stanley W. Trimble University of California, Los Angeles, USA

"Alphabetically organized, it offers more than 300 entries written by approximately 400 authorities worldwide … Highly Recommended." — L. Joseph, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, in CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, Vol. 45, No. 11

"Filled with figures, images, and illustrations, this book provides effective concepts and procedures in environmental water science and engineering. It unveils a wide spectrum of design concepts, methods, and solutions for enhanced performance of water quality, treatment, conservation, and irrigation method as well as improved water efficiency in industrial, municipal, and agricultural programs … a great resource …" — In Journal of the American Water Resources Association

"… Experienced professionals will find this encyclopedia to be a convenient update of various technologies and a ready source of new reference materials." — Marvin E. Jensen, PhD, Consultant, Retired, Director, Colorado Institute for Irrigation Management, Colorado State University — Fort Collins

Filled with figures, images, and illustrations previously unavailable in print publications, the Encyclopedia of Water Science provides the most effective procedures in agricultural water engineering. It unveils a wide spectrum of design concepts, methods, and solutions for enhanced performance of water quality, treatment, conservation, and irrigation methods, as well as improved water efficiency in agricultural programs. A direct and reliable source for best practices in water handling, preservation, and recovery, the encyclopedia addresses challenges in the provision of safe water supplies, guiding professionals as they face a worldwide demand for sanitary and affordable water reserves.

Third Edition Hydrologic Data and Internet Resources Edited by

Pedro Fierro, Jr. and Evan K. Nyer ARCADIS, Tampa, Florida, USA

"The expanded 3rd edition of this useful encyclopedia proves that not everything is easily found on the internet as in a book … This quality reference source is recommended for college and special libraries as well as large public libraries." — Diane J. Turner, in ARBA Online

"This is an excellent resource for researchers and professionals in various water industry and study fields. It consists of over 1,600 figures and tables containing water-related data collected from government, academic, and private agencies via both internet and other sources … Recommended." — P. M. Matt, formerly, University of Arizona, in CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, Vol. 45, No. 5

A definitive compilation of hydrologic and geologic data, The Water Encyclopedia: Hydrologic Data and Internet Resources, Third Edition identifies the most current information on a wide range of water related topics. The new edition contains more than 1100 tables and 500 figures providing data related to weather, surface water, ground water, water use, water quality, waste water, pollution, and water resource management. The book addresses the accessibility, content, quality, and general characteristics of data sets on the internet. It features hyperlinks throughout the text, an indexed summary of links, and a companion website with an updated collection of hyperlinks to data sets and software. New material includes: data management concepts, international data collection leads, metadata and data sets on the Internet, and state-by-state environmental media standards. Catalog no. L1645, 2007, 1880 pp. ISBN: 978-1-56670-645-2, $269.95 / £173.00

Catalog no. DK9627, 2008, 1586 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8493-9627-4, $1045.00 / £666.00

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Carefully balanced coverage of theoretical and practical principles • Covers principles common to any kind of water treatment • Identifies strands of theory • Provides a clear understanding of basic principles

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Fundamentals of Water Treatment Unit Processes: Physical, Chemical, and Biological does more than build technical proficiency, it adds insight and understanding to the broader aspects of water treatment unit processes. Catalog no. 61917, October 2010, 960 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-6191-8, $119.95 / £76.99


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