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eBook GQ07: Securing Groundwater Quality in Urban and Industrial Environments (IAHS Proceedings  Reports) ePub

eBook GQ07: Securing Groundwater Quality in Urban and Industrial Environments (IAHS Proceedings Reports) ePub

by Michael G. Trefry

  • ISBN: 1901502791
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Michael G. Trefry
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: International Association of Hydrological Sciences (December 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 566
  • ePub book: 1936 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1245 kb
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6th International Groundwater Quality Conference held in Fremantle, Western Australia, 2–7 December 2007). At Fermental - Australia, Volume: IAHS Publ.

6th International Groundwater Quality Conference held in Fremantle, Western Australia, 2–7 December 2007). Cite this publication.

Compiles selected papers from GQ2007, the sixth of the Groundwater Quality conference series. The themes are: Policy and controls on groundwater quality; Innovative remediation and clean-up technologies; and Emerging chemicals of concern; and Groundwater ecosystems. Our publications and our work advance the science and the professional practice of Hydrology in a variety of Science and Engineering fields around the world. The areas that we publish in include

In urban areas, groundwater. Groundwater in urban areas can suffer from many kinds of contamination. was reported that the behaviour of pathogenic microorganisms in aquifers.

In urban areas, groundwater. varied between species of marker bacteria and viruses (Meschke and Sob-.

Groundwater under agricultural lands is often contaminated by nitrate. IAHS Publication, 324, 71–78. In southern Japan, aquifers are covered by volcanic ash soils that can leach nitrate to the groundwater.

and Rubio, . 2008, Subsurface fate and transport of sulfamethoxazole, 4-nonylphenol, and 17Β-estradiol, in Trefry, .

SEDIMENTATION Michael J. Kirkby In this Benchmark Series volume, Kirkby presents a systematic. analysis of the relationships between hydrology and geomorphology.

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Urban groundwater baseflow influence upon inorganic river-water quality: the River Tame . ALL Publications – Dr Michael Rivett at 1 November 2011.

Urban groundwater baseflow influence upon inorganic river-water quality: the River Tame headwaters catchment in the City of Birmingham, UK. Journal of Hydrology, 400, 206-222. Serralde, . Rivett, .

Special Issue in Water: Groundwater Resources Management: Reconciling Demand, High Quality Resources and . Groundwater resources are under intense anthropogenic pressures and constant threat of pollution.

Special Issue in Water: Groundwater Resources Management: Reconciling Demand, High Quality Resources and Sustainability. Human activities, such as agriculture, urbanization and industry, have caused irreversible degradation of groundwater quality; therefore, prevention is the most appropriate strategy in the fight against groundwater pollution. Vulnerability and pollution risk maps of groundwater constitute important tools for groundwater management and protection.

They are unable in theorising the quality of the urban environment to the satisfaction of critical evaluation. It is a well-known fact that quality of environment in urban habitats has deteriorated throughout the world over time and the down-slide still continues. The present paper is a humble attempt to critically evaluate the objective and perceptual approaches and methodologies to understand and evaluate quality of the urban environment. It is a matter of great concern as it affects human well-being and health. This problem under the general umbrella of quality of life studies has been examined from different angles.

Compiles selected papers from GQ2007, the sixth of the Groundwater Quality conference series. The themes are: Policy and controls on groundwater quality; Innovative remediation and clean-up technologies; and Emerging chemicals of concern; and Groundwater ecosystems.

The International Association of Hydrological Sciences is the world's premier member-based organization promoting the study and practice of Hydrology. Our books are authored, edited and produced at the highest level of quality, with the most current and thorough research.

Our publications and our work advance the science and the professional practice of Hydrology in a variety of Science and Engineering fields around the world.

The areas that we publish in include:

-Ground water -Surface water -Snow and ice hydrology -Drought and desertification -Runoff modelling -Watershed -Remote sensing -Water quality -Water resources and management -Ecohydrology/hydro-ecology -Erosion and sediment -Tracer hydrology