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Low Cost Emergency Water Purification Technologies

by IWA Publishing

Natural disasters, such as floods, tsunamis, hurricanes, and earthquakes, affect over 226 million people every year. The occurrence of these natural disasters has been increasing every year due to the effect of extreme weather events and higher populations living in areas vulnerable to natural hazards. Developing a guideline for emergency water ...;

Monitoring Induced Seismicity

by Springer

Stress re-distribution as a result of exploitation of mineral, hydrocarbon, geothermal, and water resources cannot be eliminated. The effort must be directed to a better understanding of the underlying processes for the management of the hazard and risk associated with these operations. The study of induced seismicity has continually evolved over ...;

GEMS Environment Library No. 15: Groundwater a Threatened Resource

by Earthprint Ltd

This publication is intended to explain to readers how important groundwater is, the extent of the threat to it, and the actions that can be taken to protect it.The world's water is one of our most precious resources. Lack of water is one of the principal causes of delayed development. Polluted water is one of the biggest killers we know, ...;

Municipal Water Reuse Markets 2010

by Global Water Intelligence - GWI

This is a comprehensive report on the current and future shape of the water reuse industry. It includes data on over 2600 current and 150 proposed reuse facilities worldwide as well as an analysis of the reuse technologies and applications, country-by-country profiles or companies' involvment in the reuse industry.;

Water Management, Purification, and Conservation in Arid Climates, Three Volume Set

by CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group

This three volume series presents a broad and integrated approach to water management, purification, and conservation in arid climates. Volume one includes an introductory chapter on water problems and water resources in arid climates followed by specific chapters covering various aspects of water management. Volumes two and three deal with water ...;

Liquid Assets: The Critical Need to Safeguard Freshwater Ecosystems

by Worldwatch Institute

By taking advantage of the work that healthy watersheds and freshwater ecosystems perform naturally, cities and rural areas can purify drinking water, alleviate hunger, mitigate flood damages, and meet other societal goals at a fraction of the cost of conventional technological alternatives.But because commercial markets rarely put a price on ...;

Stream Ecology and Self Purification: An Introduction, Second Edition

by CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group

This new edition of a very successful standard reference is expanded and fully reworked. The book explains and quantifies the processes whereby streams cleanse themselves, reducing their pollutant load as a natural process. Mechanisms of purification in running waters have always been critical with regard to clearly identified pollution sources. ...;

Water Management, Purificaton, and Conservation in Arid Climates, Volume III: Water Conservation

by CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group

This three volume series presents a broad and integrated approach to water management, purification, and conservation in arid climates. Volume one includes an introductory chapter on water problems and water resources in arid climates followed by specific chapters covering various aspects of water management. Volumes two and three deal with water ...;

Nitrification

by IWA Publishing

Over the past 15 years, the use of modern molecular biological approaches has radically advanced our understanding of nitrification processes. With chapters contributed by leading experts in the field, Nitrification fully reviews all the latest research findings on microbes involved in conventional aerobic nitrification, anaerobic ammonia ...;

Ecology of Humic Substances in Freshwaters

by Springer

Humic Substances color all waters more or less brown. Their concentrations exceed all carbon of living organisms by at least one order of magnitude. Opposite to former paradigms, they participate in almost any metabolic pathway. They protect against UV-irradation, enable indirect photolysis and, thus, purify hazardous chemicals, they provide ...;

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