water quality professional Books

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    Water Quality Complaint Investigator`s Guide, Second Edition

    Resolving customer water quality complaints is one of the most important aspects of maintaining a successful water distribution system. Complaint investigation involves not just professional water quality proficiency, but also customer relationship skills. The Water Quality Complaint Investigators Guide covers 90% of the most common complaints ...

  • Managing the Water & Wastewater Utility

    Learn from the Masters of Public Utility Management! Roger J. Dolan P.E., DEE, T. Duncan Rose, Robert A. Baker, P.E., and Michael J. Barnes, P.E., encourage young water quality professionals to embark upon a career of challenges and responsibilities in utility management. These experts, speaking from on-the-job experience, stress the importance of ...

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    M68 Water Quality in Distribution Systems

    Distribution systems represent the last barrier available to water systems to maintain safe and high-quality water, and this manual provides a “first stop” for common distribution system water quality challenges. M68 offers practical guidance and best management practices for maintaining and improving distribution system water quality. It will ...

  • Air Pollution and Freshwater Ecosystems: Sampling, Analysis, and Quality Assurance

    A practical book for professionals who rely on water quality data for decision making, this book is based on three decades experience of three highly published water and watershed resource professionals. It focuses on the analysis of air pollution sensitive waters and the consequent effects associated with soil and water acidification, nutrient-N ...

  • Harmful Cyanobacteria

    Several cyanobacterial species can produce powerful toxins that provide a serious threat for water quality, other aquatic organisms, and human health. These harmful cyanobacteria are especially prominent in freshwater ecosystems, and are a major concern for water managers.From a scientific perspective, there are many recent advances in this ...

  • Water Quality

    Water quality is essential to the welfare of humans and aquatic ecosystems. The study of water quality draws information from a variety of disciplines including chemistry, biology, mathematics, physics, engineering, and resource management. University training in water quality often is limited to specialized courses in engineering, ecology, ...

  • Economics of Water Resources: The Contributions of Dan Yaron

    The primary focus of the book is the interaction between quantity and quality in water resource management at various levels and sectors. The chapters cover field, farm, and regional-level water allocation issues, as well as international aspects of water sharing. The book demonstrates the use of economic approaches such as linear and non-linear ...

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