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    Respirometry for Environmental Science and Engineering

    Fundamentals of respirometry: Covers biological growth relationships and their application to respirometry. Features of commercial respirometers: Describes the basis for design and operation of commercial respirometers including discussions of their operating features.Applications of respirometry: Covers ...

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    Practical Environmental Statistics and Data Analysis

    Most environmental problems involve a large degree of uncertainty, and one way to improve understanding of the issues affecting the global environment is the use of statistics. This book describes the application of statistical methods in different environmental fields, with an emphasis on how to solve real-world problems in complex systems. The ...

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    Modelling of Pollutants in Complex Environmental Systems, Volume II

    Following on from Volume I, this second volume presents an extended look at environmental modelling research and its applications from an even larger selection of global experts. The book presents timely topics and applications of the study of environmental contaminants, with detailed discussions of mathematical concepts used. Five sections cover ...

  • Soil Mechanics For Environmental Engineers

    Remediation of contaminated soils and groundwater is an interdisciplinary field cutting across several areas of engineering and science including Geotechnical and environmental engineering. Although professionals working in these areas must have a clear understanding of the fundamentals of the behavior of soils and groundwater, current available ...

  • Information Technologies in Environmental Engineering

    The increasing environmental problems demand interdisciplinary approaches where engineers, natural scientists, economists and computer scientists work together. Information technology has become significant to all scientific groups and fields involved in environmental engineering covering the topics: Modeling and simulation, information systems, ...

  • Environmental Systems Engineering and Economics

    Environmental Systems Engineering and Economics emphasizes the application of optimization, economics, and systems engineering to problems in environmental resources management. This senior level/graduate textbook introduces optimization theory and algorithms that have been successful in resolving water quality and groundwater management problems. ...

  • Materials Engineering and Environmental Science

    This book consists of one hundred and nine selected papers presented at the 2015 International Conference on Materials Engineering and Environmental Science (MEES2015), which was successfully held in Wuhan, China during September 25–27, 2015. All papers selected for this proceedings were subjected to a rigorous peer-review process by at ...

  • Geosynthetics in Civil and Environmental Engineering

    Geosynthetics in Civil and Environmental Engineering presents contributions from the 4th Asian Regional Conference on Geosynthetics held in Shanghai, China. The book covers a broad range of topics, such as: fundamental principles and properties of geosynthetics, testing and standards, reinforcement, soil improvement and ground improvement, filter ...

  • Interfacial Applications in Environmental Engineering

    Describing novel methods and catalytic strategies to conserve and maintain air, water, and soil quality, researchers from a range of disciplines discuss the role of interface science in environmental remediation. They detail approaches to separate, reuse, recover, and treat potentially valuable materials using techniques in ion exchange and ...

  • Environmental Law for Engineers and Geoscientists

    Today’s engineering and geoscience student needs to know more than how to design a new or remedial project or facility. Questions of law and ambiguities of terms often occur in contracts for mining, landfills, site reclamation, waste depositories, clean up sites, land leases, operating agreements, joint ventures, and other projects. Work place ...

  • Environmental Engineering Dictionary and Directory

    Like most technical disciplines, environmental science and engineering is becoming increasingly specialized. As industry professionals focus on specific environmental subjects they become less familiar with environmental problems and solutions outside their area of expertise. This situation is compounded by the fact that many environmental science ...

  • Subsurface Ventilation and Environmental Engineering

    This book develops the theoretical treatments of subsurface ventilation to provide thorough understanding of the fundamental mechanisms, to comprehend the limitations of approximate methods and reasons for those limits and to provide the knowledge and tools necessary for the encouragement of original thinking and new ideas. ...

  • Environmental Systems Engineering

    Environmental Systems Engineering explains how to use new computerized tools to tackle problems in systems engineering. This book covers: expert systems, fuzzy logic, networks, process dynamics, control and statistical approaches to systems analysis. Computer simulation, mathematical models, and newer methods that apply artificial ...

  • Information Technologies in Environmental Engineering

    Information technologies have evolved to an enabling science for natural resource management and conservation, environmental engineering, scientific simulation and integrated assessment studies. Computing plays a significant role in every day practices of environmental engineers, natural scientists, economists, and social scientists. The ...

  • Environmentally Assisted Cracking: Science and Engineering

    Environmentally assisted cracking is one of the most serious causes of structural failure over a broad range of industrial applications. STP 1049 will help you understand and control this phenomenon, by providing you with a sampling of the latest research in corrosion-fatigue and stress-corrosion cracking science and ...

  • Who`s Who in Environmental Engineering

    Who's Who in Environmental Engineering includes a roster of all the Board Certified Environmental Engineers (BCEEs) and Board Certified Environmental Engineering Members (BCEEMs) who have accepted their professional responsibility to prove to their peers that they possess expertise in one or more of seven environmental engineering specialties. ...

  • Flocculation in Natural and Engineered Environmental Systems

    Flocculation is a dominant process in aquatic environments, fundamental to water and wastewater treatment systems. Environmental and economic consequences of flocculation include sedimentation and contaminant transport, which can bring about habitat destructions and affect human health via deterioration of source waters. Understanding the ...

  • Environmental Engineer´s Mathematics Handbook

    The unique approach to advanced mathematics in the Environmental Engineer´s Mathematics Handbook emphasizes the relationship between the principles in natural processes and those employed in engineered processes. The text covers the principles, practices, and mathematics involved in the design and operation of environmental engineering works. It ...

  • Statistics for Environmental Engineers, Second Edition

    Two critical questions arise when one is confronted with a new problem that involves the collection and analysis of data. How will the use of statistics help solve this problem? Which techniques should be used? Statistics for Environmental Engineers, Second Edition helps environmental science and engineering students answer these questions when ...

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