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Author: Jan J. Boersema
Genre: Science
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781402091582
Book Pages: 542
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

International experts provide a comprehensive picture of the principles, concepts and methods that are applicable to problems originating from the interaction between the living/non-living environment and mankind. Both the analysis of such problems and the way solutions to environmental problems may work in specific societal contexts are addressed. Disciplinary approaches are discussed but there is a focus on multi- and interdisciplinary methods. A large number of practical examples and case studies are presented. There is special emphasis on modelling and integrated assessment. This book is different because it stresses the societal, cultural and historical dimensions of environmental problems. The main objective is to improve the ability to analyse and conceptualise environmental problems in context and to make readers aware of the value and scope of different methods. Ideal as a course text for students, this book will also be of interest to researchers and consultants in the environmental sciences.


Author:
Genre: Environmental sciences
Publisher:
ISBN: 007305089X
Book Pages: 410
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Author: I. Johnsen
Genre: Science
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0080874924
Book Pages: 622
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

Since the publication of the first edition of this book in 1981, it has been widely used as a textbook at university level for graduate courses in environmental management, environmental science and environmental technology (for non-engineers). As this second edition is significantly improved, it should find an even wider application than the first. In the second edition, the section on ecotoxicology and effects on pollutants has been expanded considerably, as has Chapter 4 on ecological principles and concepts. Further improvement has been made by the addition of a section on ecological engineering - the application of ecologically sound technology in ecosystems - and an appendix on environmental examination of chemicals. The problems of agricultural waste have been included in Part B, and in Chapter 6 on waste water treatment, several pages have been added about non-point sources and the application of ``soft'' technology. Throughout the book, more examples, questions and problems have been included, and several figures and tables have been added to better illustrate the text.


Author: John Monteith
Genre: Science
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
ISBN: 071312931X
Book Pages: 291
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

Thoroughly revised and up-dated edition of a highly successful textbook.


Author: Kenneth E. F. Watt
Genre: Ecology
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill
ISBN: UOM:39076006423268
Book Pages: 319
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Author: William P. Cunningham
Genre: Environmental sciences
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Europe
ISBN: 0071314946
Book Pages: 448
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

Suitable for the one-semester, non-majors environmental science course, this title provides an introductory view of essential themes in environmental science along with offering students numerous opportunities to practice scientific thinking and active learning.


Author: WILLIAM. CUNNINGHAM CUNNINGHAM (MARY.)
Genre: Environmental policy
Publisher:
ISBN: 1260566021
Book Pages:
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Author: P. VENUGOPALA RAO
Genre: Technology & Engineering
Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN: 9788120328938
Book Pages: 288
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

Primarily intended as a text for undergraduate students of engineering for their core course in environmental studies, this book gives a clear introduction to the fundamental principles of ecology and environmental science and aptly summarizes the relationship between ecology and environmental engineering. Divided into three parts, the book begins by discussing the biosphere, natural resources, ecosystems, biodiversity, and community health. Then it goes on to give detailed description on topics such as pollution and control, environmental management, and sustainable development. Finally, it focuses on environmental chemistry, environmental microbiology, and monitoring and analysis of pollutants.


Author: I. Shaw
Genre: Science
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781482284768
Book Pages: 216
Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi

Environmental toxicology is the study of the action of chemicals upon ecosystems. Understanding the effects of exogenous chemicals upon the inhabitants of an ecosystem may enable us to predict and possibly prevent their deleterious effects. This textbook provides a good general introduction to all the major areas of environmental toxicology, including the fate of chemicals in the environment, environmental toxicity testing, risk assessment, radioactivity in the environment, legislation, environmental monitoring and the future impact of industrial development on the environment. It is written in an informal, accessible style with many examples of environmental issues taken from the author's personal experience and will provide students and other interested individuals with a broad overview of the science of environmental toxicology.


Author: K. Saravanan
Genre: Environmental engineering
Publisher: New Age International
ISBN: 9788122415841
Book Pages: 244
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