Well Maintenance Books

  • Supercharge Your Business: The Simple Path to Maximize Your Assets and Never Worry About Money Again

    Do you own or manage a well-established small- to medium-sized brick-and-mortar company? Are you either driven or could use help to develop your business so it is more successful? Are you so busy on urgent operational matters that you feel overwhelmed and you simply lack time to sit back and review your business as to where it is and where you ...

  • Sustainable Wells: Maintenance, Problem Prevention, and Rehabilitation

    Focusing on operational practicality, Sustainable Wells: Maintenance, Problem Prevention, and Rehabilitation serves as a comprehensive guide to state-of-the-art performance maintenance, prevention, and rehabilitation. This book addresses design features to maximize sustainability and cost-effectiveness issues in planning. It covers directional, ...

  • Financial Management for Local Government : 4 Volume Set

    Chapters are divided into basic and advanced concepts and the detailed relationship of each topic to the others covered in the series is explained.• Comprehensive reference handbook in 4 volumes on all aspects of financial management for local and municipal authorities• Covers all levels of financial management and decision-making up to Chief ...

  • Well Performance Testing and Maintenance Reference Manual

    Offered as a colorfully illustrated, comprehensive yet brief reference manual covering what to do to test and maintain well performance. It also has review questions and glossaries to aid the reader in self-assessing comprehension and understanding specialized ...

  • South Africa's Experience in Developing a Policy in Biodiversity and Access to Genetic Resources

    South Africa's 1997 biodiversity policy was developed through a well-managed and fairly comprehensive participatory process, at a time when the new democratic government was handing over control of policy to the people. This report examines the strengths and weaknesses of the process, drawing on the views of a range of stakeholders, and with a ...

  • Partnerships in Practice: industry, fresh water and sustainable development

    This report argues that public-private partnerships are essential for society to meet the fresh water needs of the global population. Six case studies well-managed forms of cooperation illustrate this notion.The main message from this report is that new and creative partnerships between the private and public sectors are essential if society is to ...

  • Parks for life 97 : proceedings of the IUCN/WCPA European regional working session on protecting Europe's natural heritage

    In 1994, IUCN launched Parks for life: Action for Protected Areas in Europe - a plan devised by IUCN with 200 partners to ensure an adequate, effective and well-managed network of protected areas in Europe. In November 1997, some 150 protected area experts from 34 countries met to review progress and chart a course for future work. Containing 11 ...

  • Fretting Fatigue: Current Technology and Practices

    STP 1367, the most significant publication on fretting fatigue to date, contains the latest research from technical leaders worldwide. This unique volume focuses on fretting fatigue research, development, and engineering design related matters, as well as failure analysis and maintenance engineering issues. It also explores research that may ...

  • Expanding partnerships in conservation

    Protected areas around the globe - national parks, wildlife reserves, biosphere reserves - will prosper only if they are supported by the public, the private sector, and the full range of government agencies. Yet such support is unlikely unless society appreciates the importance of protected areas to its own interests, and protected areas are ...

  • Parks for Life : action for protected areas in Europe

    This plan sets out the policies and actions needed to ensure an adequate, effective and well-managed network of protected areas in Europe. It outlines how potential areas should be integrated with other sectors, such as agriculture, forestry and tourism; sets out priorities at European, sub-regional and national level; proposes actions to ...

  • Ecology of Dunes, Salt Marsh and Shingle

    Life in coastal sand dunes, salt marshes and shingle banks presents a variety of challenges to their inhabitants. By describing the interactions of coastal organisms with the physical processes shaping the granular deposits within and on which they live, the authors illuminate many aspects of adaptation, population dynamics, community ...

  • Centromere

    The centromere is a chromosomal locus that regulates the proper pairing and segregation of the chromosomes during cell division. Despite their conserved, essential function, centromeres are characterized by the rapid evolution of both centromeric DNA and proteins. This book presents current views on centromere structure and identity. It deals with ...

  • Hierarchy in Natural and Social Sciences

    Hierarchy is a form of organisation of complex systems that rely on or produce a strong differentiation in capacity (power and size) between the parts of the system. It is frequently observed within the natural living world as well as in social institutions. According to the authors, hierarchy results from random processes, follows an intentional ...

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