Atmospheric Water Books

  • Water and Environmental Technology

    This section includes Volumes 11.01 through 11.07.Volume 11.01 Water (I)Volume 11.02 Water (II)Volume 11.03 Occupational Health and Safety; Protective ClothingVolume 11.04 Waste ManagementVolume 11.05 Pesticides; Environmental Assessment; Hazardous Substances and ...

  • Water and Environmental Technology

    This section includes Volumes 11.01 through 11.07.Volume 11.01 Water (I)Volume 11.02 Water (II)Volume 11.03 Occupational Health and Safety; Protective ClothingVolume 11.04 Waste ManagementVolume 11.05 Pesticides; Environmental Assessment; Hazardous Substances and ...

  • Water and Environmental Technology

    This section includes Volumes 11.01 through 11.07.Volume 11.01 Water (I)Volume 11.02 Water (II)Volume 11.03 Occupational Health and Safety; Protective ClothingVolume 11.04 Waste ManagementVolume 11.05 Pesticides; Environmental Assessment; Hazardous Substances and ...

  • Water and Environmental Technology

    This section includes Volumes 11.01 through 11.07.Volume 11.01 Water (I)Volume 11.02 Water (II)Volume 11.03 Occupational Health and Safety; Protective ClothingVolume 11.04 Waste ManagementVolume 11.05 Pesticides; Environmental Assessment; Hazardous Substances and ...

  • Water and Environmental Technology

    This section includes Volumes 11.01 through 11.07.Volume 11.01 Water (I)Volume 11.02 Water (II)Volume 11.03 Occupational Health and Safety; Protective ClothingVolume 11.04 Waste ManagementVolume 11.05 Pesticides; Environmental Assessment; Hazardous Substances and ...

  • Water and Environmental Technology

    This section includes Volumes 11.01 through 11.07.Volume 11.01 Water (I)Volume 11.02 Water (II)Volume 11.03 Occupational Health and Safety; Protective ClothingVolume 11.04 Waste ManagementVolume 11.05 Pesticides; Environmental Assessment; Hazardous Substances and ...

  • Shared Resources: Issues of Governance

    This publication examines the characteristics of successful transboundary resource management. Various cases of different shared resources, from water to fish to air, are described and their strengths and weaknesses analysed.Successful management of transboundary resources is growing in relevance as resources become sparse and conflicts over them ...

  • Biogeochemistry of Wetlands: Science and Applications

    Wetland ecosystems maintain a fragile balance of soil, water, plant, and atmospheric components in order to regulate water flow, flooding, and water quality. Marginally covered in traditional texts on biogeochemistry or on wetland soils, Biogeochemistry of Wetlands is the first to focus entirely on the biological, geological, physical, and ...

  • Water and Environmental Technology

    This section includes Volumes 11.01 through 11.07.Volume 11.01 Water (I)Volume 11.02 Water (II)Volume 11.03 Occupational Health and Safety; Protective ClothingVolume 11.04 Waste ManagementVolume 11.05 Pesticides; Environmental Assessment; Hazardous Substances and ...

  • Water and Environmental Technology

    This section includes Volumes 11.01 through 11.07.Volume 11.01 Water (I)Volume 11.02 Water (II)Volume 11.03 Occupational Health and Safety; Protective ClothingVolume 11.04 Waste ManagementVolume 11.05 Pesticides; Environmental Assessment; Hazardous Substances and ...

  • Urban Water Cycle Processes and Interactions: Urban Water Series - UNESCO-IHP

    Urban Water Cycle Processes and Interactions represents the fruit of a project by UNESCO´s International Hydrological Programme on this topic. The volume begins by introducing 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 ...

  • Water-Rock Interaction: Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on Water-Rock Interaction, Kunming, China, 31 July - 5 August 2007

    The hydrosphere and lithosphere intersect in a zone a few kilometres wide at the earth´s surface, resulting in the formation of magmas, metamorphic rocks and mineral deposits, and placing important controls on the evolution of landscapes. This interaction imparts chemistry to waters and provides the essential environment for ecosystems to ...

  • Beijing 2008 Olympic Games: An Environmental Review

    This report aims to analyze the projects implemented by the city of Beijing to incorporate environmental sustainability into the 2008 Olympic Games and fulfil the environmental commitments made during the candidature phase. Beijing set ambitious environmental goals to show the world its commitment to sustainable development. The project areas ...

  • Water and Environmental Technology

    This section includes Volumes 11.01 through 11.05.Volume 11.01 Water (I)Volume 11.02 Water (II)Volume 11.03 Atmospheric Analysis; Occupational Health and Safety; Protective ClothingVolume 11.04 Environmental Assessment; Hazardous Substances and Oil Spill Responses; Waste Management; ...

  • 25 Years of Advances in Water Resources

    This volume assembles a broad range of comprehensive, scholarly works in the field of water resources that accomplish multiple objectives: (1) to provide a critical review of the state of knowledge; (2) to provide introductions to, or comparisons among, classes of methods; (3) to unify knowledge in related areas; and (4) to point the way to future ...

  • Depleted Uranium in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Post-Conflict Environmental Assessment

    This report confirms for the first time that depleted uranium (DU) from weapons used in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1994 and 1995 has contaminated local supplies of drinking water at one site, and can still be found in dust particles suspended in the air. The UNEP team who collated the information included representatives from the World Health ...

  • Metals, Metalloids and Radionuclides in the Baltic Sea Ecosystem

    This book presents in detail the state of knowledge of the distribution, bioavailability, biomagnification, discrimination, fate and sources of chemical pollutants (metals, metalloids, radionuclides and nutrients) in all compartments (atmosphere, water, deposits, biota) of the Baltic environment. Particular components of the Baltic ecosystem are ...

  • Thirsting for Efficiency

    One billion people in the world lack safe drinking water and almost 2 billion lack adequate sanitation services. As a result millions suffer and die every year from water and sanitation related diseases. Poor management and inefficient investment are often responsible for this situation, and countless past attempts at reform have accomplished ...

  • Grand Challenges in Environmental Sciences

    Scientists have long sought to unravel the fundamental mysteries of the land, life, water, and air that surround us. But as the consequences of humanity’s impact on the planet become increasingly evident, governments are realizing the critical importance of understanding these environmental systems—and investing billions of dollars in research to ...

  • Private Firms and Public Water

    The provision of water and sanitation services in developing countries has traditionally been the preserve of the state, but recently there has been a move towards greater private sector participation (PSP). While the potential economic benefits of PSP are well known, the authors extensively discuss the environmental and social implications unique ...

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