Advanced Simulation and Modelling for Urban Groundwater Management - UGROW

Edited by Dubravka Pokrajac and Ken Howard
CRC Press and UNESCO

The book is part of UNESCO's Urban Water Series that addresses fundamental issues related to the role of water in cities and the effects of urbanization on the hydrological cycle and water resources.
This title details the result of a project of UNESCO's International Hydrological Programme. It presents UGROW, a complete and fully integrated modeling package for simulating urban water systems. As a decision-support tool for urban water management, it focuses on urban groundwater, but all other key urban water system elements are fully represented and seamlessly linked.
A CD-ROM containing a fully functional version of UGROW is included in the book.

2010/183 pages
Catalog #T1085

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Aquifer Storage Recovery

by R. David G. Pyne
ASR Systems

More and more aquifer storage recovery wellfields are operating throughout the United States and globally. This second-edition volume is filled with valuable information on the science, technology, economics, legal, and regulatory aspects of ASR. The author, who has more than 35 years of water-supply experience including 25 years developing and implementing ASR technology throughout the world, discusses the viability and cost-effectiveness of this approach to water management and aquifer recharge. Case studies and suggested directions for future research and applications are presented as well.

2005 / 608 pages
Catalog #T1029

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Aquifer Test Data: Analysis and Evaluation

by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D.
Water Resources Publications LLC

This book uses common language and illustrations to cover pragmatic methods in depth. It is ideal for a text for courses in aquifer test analysis as well as a reference for groundwater professionals. Chapters detail Theisian, recovery, step-drawdown, product well, and well field analysis. Additional chapters provide methods to estimate the storage coefficient and simple modeling equations that can predict drawdown over time and distance once transmissivity and the storage coefficient have been determined. This is a condensed version of the book Applied Ground Water Hydrology and Well Hydraulics, 2nd edition, but features additional information and more equations to better access aquifer test data in the field, office, or classroom.

2006 / 348 pages
Catalog #T1031

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Barrier Systems for Environmental Contaminant Containment and Treatment

edited by Calvin C. Chien, Hilary I. Inyang, and Lorne G. Everett
Taylor & Francis Group LLC

A balanced presentation of what is known—and not known—Barrier Systems for Environmental Contaminant Containment and Treatment provides a comprehensive report on the current state of the science and technology of waste containment. The book addresses the materials used in barriers, defines their properties, and explores how they perform in the field, as well as describing available technologies and their applications. Also included are two case studies that demonstrate the value of validating field performance.

2006 / 375 pages
Catalog #T1024

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California Groundwater Management

by Groundwater Resources Association of California
Groundwater Resources Association of California

Written by some of the most experienced professionals in the industry, this book is designed to provide public officials, water district directors, managers and staff, city and county planning managers, geologists, engineers, attorneys, farmers, agricultural water users, and anyone in a groundwater basin who might be affected by a management plan with current information on the complexities of California's groundwater management, examples, and suggestions for workable solutions. Developed as a reference material for people that have a general interest in groundwater. A valuable resource for laypeople and system administrators alike.

2005/272 pages

Catalog #T1013

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Economics of Ground Water Remediation and Protection

by Paul E. Hardisty and Ece Ozdemiroglu
CRC Press

With a hydrogeologist and economist serving as authors, this book integrates economics and cost-benefit analysis tools with protection and remediation strategies for groundwater resources. The book details the types of risks and impacts caused by groundwater contamination and the economic benefits of its remediation. It reviews a wide range of cost and implementation issues, and expectations of success for the latest remediation trends and techniques. It also includes real-world examples and case studies of economic analysis and remediation projects and introduces innovative methods of funding remediation, education, and incentive programs.

2005 / 336 pages
Catalog #T1032

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Effective Groundwater Model Calibration

by Mary C. Hill and Claire R. Tiedeman

This text provides a set of methods and guidelines that can help produce more accurate and transparent mathematical models for groundwater flow and transport, as well as other natural and engineered systems. The book's exercises enable users to maximize the potential of models and troubleshoot any problems that may arise. Most of the methods are based on linear and nonlinear regression theory. Fourteen guidelines show the reader how to use the methods advantageously in practical situations. The text can be used by students, researchers, and engineers to simulate many kinds of systems.

2007 / 455 pages
Catalog #T1043

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Engineering Your Business: A series of articles serving as a guide to the ground water business

by Ed Butts, PE, DEE, FASCE, CPI

This book is a compilation of works from long-time Water Well Journal columnist Ed Butts. The hardback book features 37 complete columns and the figures and tables that originally ran with the articles. The columns cover the groundwater industry and are divided into six areas: contractor classroom, getting started, troubleshooting pumps, rehabilitation, business basics, and tricks of the trade. Among the troubleshooting articles are those on vertical turbine pumps, submersibles, centrifugal pumps, electrical systems, and peripheral systems. Also included are multiple articles on pump curves, water chemistry, electrical theory, and more.

2006 / 150 pages
Catalog #T1040

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Environmental Forensics

edited by Robert D. Morrison and Brian L. Murphy
Academic Press

This book is a one-stop reference on the study of environmental forensics, which has grown in recent years. Bringing together the latest information from internationally known professors, researchers, and consultants, it provides an overview of the chemistry of contaminants, current analytical methods used for detection, identification of natural and anthropogenic sources, and various forensic techniques. It is a hands-on guide for environmental scientists, engineers, consultants, and industrial scientists.

2006 / 541 pages
Catalog #T1028

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Environmental Science of Drinking Water

by Patrick J. Sullivan, Franklin J. Agardy, and James J.J. Clark
Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann

The Environmental Science of Drinking Water illustrates a need for changes in the approach toward protecting drinking water. The authors present factual and circumstantial evidence explaining how current drinking water standards are inadequate to protect human health, and outline available technologies that, if properly employed, could move us toward a healthier future. It also addresses new contaminants, monitoring data on unregulated chemicals, and provides analysis of various bottled waters and water purification technologies.

2005 / 368 pages
Catalog #T1017

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Field Hydrogeology, second edition

by John E. Moore
CRC Press

This is the second edition of a book that was the first integrated presentation of the American Society for Testing and Materials standards, and U.S. Geological Survey and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency field techniques.
It also contains access to a Web site that contains software for designing aqquifer tests and aquifer-recharge experiments.
It can be used as a field guide or a textbook as it contains standard methods for planning and understanding hydrogeologic investigations. It features case studies, a glossary of field hydrogeology technical terms, and provides a list of ASTM standards and key hydrologic Web sites.

2012 / 190 pages
Catalog #T1027

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Fundamentals of Ground Water

by Franklin W. Schwartz and Hubao Zhang
John Wiley & Sons Inc.

Authored by a long-time NGWA member respected in the field, Fundamentals of Ground Water covers the ABCs of the theory and practice of groundwater hydrology. The book is divided into two main parts: (1) basic concepts dealing with the origin, movement of groundwater, and its recovery from wells, and (2) a qualitative and quantitative assessment of the chemistry of natural and contaminated systems. Case studies and worked problems can be found throughout the text. A comprehensive guide for professionals and students alike.

2003 / 583 pages
Catalog #T977

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Global Importance of Groundwater in the 21st Century

edited by Steve Ragone, Africa de la Hera, and Nuria Hernandez-Mora
NGWA Press

Groundwater sustainability is one of the most important topics in the 21st century and what some of the leading scientific experts are saying on the subject can be found in this limited-edition book. This hard-back volume is the proceedings of a 2006 conference held in Alicante, Spain, and features 42 peer-reviewed papers by authors from around the world. The book also contains the "Alicante Declaration," a call for action for the responsible use, management, and governance of groundwater that was agreed upon by those in attendance at the conference.

2007 / 382 pages
Catalog #T1051

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Ground Water Resources of the World and Their Use

edited by Igor S. Zektser and Lorne G. Everett

This book is a reprinting of the UNESCO/IHP monograph from 2004. The hardbound book was designed to provide a better understanding of the crucial role played by groundwater to the ecosystem and man. Chapters are dedicated to specific regions of the world as well as groundwater's role as a public water supply, modern concepts of groundwater resources, scientific principles of regional assessment, and mineral and thermal power. This is a limited-edition printing.

2006 / 346 pages
Catalog #T1035

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Groundwater for the 21st Century: A Primer for Citizens of Planet Earth

By John A. Conners
McDonald & Woodward Publishing Co.

The book is an overview of the science of groundwater, its use by humans, and the need and means for people to understand the science of the limited resource when making and evaluating decisions about its use.
The integration of science, resource use, and future prospects is presented in clear language, making it ideal for a wide audience. The book's audience is professionals in the field of groundwater as well as citizens wanting to know more about the resource.
The message of the book is aided by more than 280 diagrams, maps, photographs, and tables.

2013/624 pages
Catalog #T1102

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Groundwater Hydrology: Engineering, Planning, and Management

By M. Karamouz, A. Ahmadi and M. Akhbari
CRC Press

The text develops a system view of groundwater fundamentals and model-making techniques through the application of science, engineering, planning, and management principles.
It covers engineering and planning tools and techniques as well as specific challenges for restoration and remediation of polluted aquifers. It also introduces basic tools and techniques for making decisions about and planning for future groundwater development activities.
The book presents a compilation of these state-of-the-art subjects and techniques and describes them in a systematic fashion that makes it ideal for practitioners as well as undergraduate and graduate students.

2011/649 pages
Catalog #T1087

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Groundwater in Geologic Processes

Cambridge Press
By Steve Ingebritsen, Ward Sanford, and Chris Neuzil

The second edition of this well-received textbook has been revised to provide a more comprehensive treatment of hydromechanics, to incorporate findings published since the first edition, and to include three new chapters on compaction and diagenesis, metamorphism, and subsea hydrogeology.
The opening section of the book develops basic theory of groundwater motion, fluid-solid mechanical interaction, solute transport, and heat transport. The second section applies flow, hydromechanics, and transport theory in a generalized geologic context, and focuses on particular geologic processes and environments.
This text is ideal for use by advanced undergraduate and graduate-level hydrogeologists and geologists. It also can serve as a great reference for professionals in the field.

2007/136 pages
Catalog # T1058

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Groundwater Resources

McGraw Hill
By Neven Kresic

This book is an all-inclusive guide to the efficient management of groundwater resources. It provides all of the information needed to succeed in groundwater management development projects.
It covers everything from how to characterize groundwater and evaluate its resources to determining the interactions between surface water and groundwater. The book reviews established and innovative aquifer restoration techniques and technologies, including the control and remediation of contaminant sources and groundwater contaminant plumes.
Also included is valuable information on resource augmentation and building comprehensive databases for efficient, cost-effective assessment.

2008/852 pages
Catalog #T1065

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Groundwater Response to Changing Climate

Edited by Makoto Taniguchi and Ian P. Holman
CRC Press

As groundwater systems are vital to food production and many other ecosystem services, sustainable management of the systems requires understanding of how they might respond to changes in future climate. This book provides an up-to-date description of the relationship between groundwater behavior and ancient, historical, current, and future climates for a range of diverse aquifer systems around the world.
Recent developments of the response of groundwater systems to climate variability and climate change are highlighted, using contemporary field investigations, monitoring of aquifers, numerical simulations, and paleohydrogeological studies.
The book is ideal for consulting hydrogeologists and environmental scientists.

2010/232 pages
Catalog #T1081

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Guide for Using the Hydrogeologic Classification System for Logging Water Well Boreholes

by Thomas M. Hanna
NGWA Press

This spiral-bound book offers detailed direction on how to utilize the hydrogeologic classification system for logging water well boreholes. The system, which uses a weather-resistant, two-sided card, provides structure and uniformity to logging wells. The front of the card provides essential gauges for measuring size, color, and aquifer characteristics. The back contains an easy-to-follow flowchart of how to use the classification system. The author created the system and his text is easy to follow and accompanied by pictures. The book will enable groundwater professionals to provide better correlation and interpretation of borehole logs.

2006 / 18 pages and field guide card
Catalog #T1030

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Handbook of Groundwater Engineering, second edition

edited by Jacques W. Delleur
CRC Press

This book provides a detailed review of how to model the flow of water and the transport of contaminants in the unsaturated zones and saturated zones, as well as covering the production of groundwater and remediation of contaminated groundwater. This second edition has new and expanded material on model validation, modeling salt water intrusions, and modeling contaminant transport in unsaturated zones. It also has new chapters on several topics including scale issues, ecohydrology, and the impact of climate change on groundwater. Three chapters were rewritten and some chapters have been revised. The book, which also addresses legal and regulatory aspects, was put together with contributions from an international group of authors.

2007
Catalog #T1046

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History of the Development of Hydrogeology in the United States

By Joseph S. Rosensheinand John E. Moore
NGWA Press

This book traces the development of the science of hydrogeology from the founding of the United States in 1776 to 2010.
Considered the second edition of Two Hundred Years of Hydrogeology in the United States, which was published in 1986, this text contains an expanded discussion of the Meinzer Era, Modern Era, and a detailed table that highlights major hydrologic milestones. New sections have been added that discuss hydrologic education, the influence of professional societies, groundwater contamination, chemical hydrogeology, and other aspects of hydrogeology.
The emphasis of the book is on the contributions of the scientific community, providing a comprehensive perspective of the development of hydrogeology in the United States.

2012/200 pages
Catalog #T1097

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Hydrogeological Conceptual Site Models

By Neven Kresic and Alex Mikszewski
CRC Press

This book covers conceptual site model development, spatial data analysis, and visual data presentation for hydrogeology and groundwater remediation.
It is full color and demonstrates how fundamental hydrogeological concepts are translated into quantitative, high-resolution graphics. The authors explain analytical methods such as kriging, geospatial processing with GIS, and groundwater modeling through practical real-life examples.
With data-rich case studies in groundwater remediation and water resources, it is an ideal reference for students, researchers, and environmental professionals

2013/584 pages
Catalog #T1098

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Hydrogeology and Groundwater Modeling, second edition

by Neven Kresic

This second edition couples the basics of hydrogeology with analytical and numerical modeling methods. Written by a leading hydrogeologist, the book features more than 40 real-world examples and is a source for clear, step-by-step quantitative groundwater evaluation and contaminant fate and transport analysis. Included are more than 400 drawings, graphs, and photographs, and a variety of useful tables of all key groundwater parameters as well as straightforward answers to common hydrogeological problems. The book provides a knowledge base for understanding and solving groundwater issues.

2007 / 807 pages
Catalog #T1042

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Hydrology and Hydraulic Systems

by Ram S. Gupta

This second edition offers a complete treatment of the quantitative elements involved in the development of water resources. The thorough text includes fundamental, up-to-date coverage of hydrology theory, applications, and designs. Some of the features of the second edition are theory and applications of groundwater flow for steady- and unsteady-state conditions, applications of EPA-recommended statistical procedures to groundwater monitoring, presentations of field practices of hydrologic investigations, analysis and design of basic hydraulic structures, 280 illustrations and 175 tables, and more than 500 end-of-chapter problems to solve. The broad coverage of the text makes it ideal for courses on hydrology, hydrologic systems, and water resources management.

2001 / 867 pages
Catalog #T1038

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Know and Grow the Value of Your Business

By Tim McDaniel
apress
The book is a guide for business owners on how to retire with wealth as it details how to adapt an investment mindset when running a business.
The author points out the value of a business is the most important asset for an owner so they must have a plan to increase it.
The book lays out such a plan, including information on: how a company is valued, step to immediately increase the value, details on the different types of buyers, how to remove yourself from day-to-day operations, and how to exit the business on your terms.

2013/235 pages
Catalog #T1104

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Modern Geothermal HVAC

By Jay Egg, Greg Cunnif and Carl D. Orio
McGraw Hill
Focusing on market needs and customer goals, the guide explains the full potential of geothermal HVAC by integrating hydronic systems and controls at maximum capacity.
The book explains how to engineer and specify geothermal HVAC for building projects in varying geographic regions. Details on control parameters are provided.
Also included is information on equipment, variations in earth coupling, intermediate heat exchanger usage in geothermal applications, fundamentals, variations and improvements to hydronic systems, control systems, and much more.
Readers of this text will be able to develop highly efficient, long-lasting and aesthetically pleasing geothermal HVAC systems.

2013/424 pages
Catalog #T1103

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Modern Hydrology and Sustainable Water Development

By S.K. Gupta
Wiley-Blackwell

The text presents a unified treatment of the science and practice of modern hydrology.
Its aim is to provide a breadth and depth of understanding in each of the major subsections of modern hydrology under three broad terms: Water's properties, movement, modeling, and quality; the distribution of water in space and time; and water resource sustainability.
The book is not only intended as a textbook in environmental science and civil engineering courses, but also as a reference for professionals in fields such as environmental planning, civil engineering, municipal and industrial water supply, and irrigation management.

2011/437 pages
Catalog #T1091

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Organic Pollutants in the Water Cycle

edited by Thorsten Reemtsma and Martin Jekel

This is an in-depth and comprehensive reference on pertinent contaminant classes and their behavior in the water cycle. Among those discussed are industrial chemicals, consumer products, polar herbicides, and pharmaceuticals. All chapters cover properties; pollution sources; occurence in wastewater, surface water, and groundwater; as well as water treatment aspects. Ecotoxicological and assessment aspects are also covered. The book is an ideal reference for researchers and professionals working in water quality monitoring, water supply, or wastewater treatment as well as those working as environmental chemists, ecologists, and engineers.

2006 / 350 pages
Catalog #T1037

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Principles of Water Resources

by Thomas V. Cech
John Wiley & Sons Inc.

How did early civilizations obtain drinking water? What is the hydrologic cycle? When did water allocation laws first begin? This comprehensive textbook on water resources answers these questions and others in an engaging, multidisciplinary approach. Learn about early irrigation projects, weather issues, dam basics, water agencies, pollution, and more. Includes sidebars, case studies, discussion questions, glossaries, and photos.

2003 / 446 pages
Catalog #T967

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Prospects for Managed Underground Storage of Recoverable Water

The National Academies Press
By National Research Council

This book covers the growing demands for water in many parts of the nation and the search for new approaches to sustainable water management.
The text concludes that managed underground storage should be considered a valuable tool in a water manager's portfolio and recommends ways to address the unique challenges posed by managed underground storage systems through research and regulatory measures. A glossary and appendixes add detail.

2008/337 pages
Catalog # T1056

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Public Fountains of the City of Dijon

translated by Patricia Bobeck
Kendall/Hunt Publishing

This is a complete translation of Henry Darcy's Les Fontaines publiques de la ville de Dijon, which he wrote in 1856. It describes the construction of Dijon's water supply system. In an appendix, Darcy describes his experiments on water flow through sand and the empirical law he concluded from the results. This law, which became known as Darcy's law, is the foundation of the science of hydrogeology. The translation makes Darcy now accessible to modern-day scientists. The book also includes 28 plates of engineering drawings that were originally published as a separate volume.

2004 / 505 pages
Catalog #T1044

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Rainmakers: A Photographic Story of Center Pivots

by The Groundwater Foundation

This book explains the technology that is a mystery to millions -- center pivot irrigation systems. Explained through instructive text and excellent photography, the book is designed to have all readers appreciate the history, complexity, and technology of the systems that help provide food for people all around the world.

2005 / 95 pages
Catalog #T1022

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Remediation Technologies Handbook

by Jay H. Lehr
John Wiley & Sons Inc.

An authoritative reference, Wiley's Remediation Technologies Handbook provides scientists and regulators with an all-in-one thoroughly researched, up-to-date collection of general, patented, and trademarked remediation technologies. It lists the 368 chemicals and chemical groups that pose the greatest environmental risks, along with brief summaries and case studies of proven remediation technologies. Jay H. Lehr, Ph.D., has worked extensively with the federal government to develop key environmental regulations regarding surface water and groundwater.

2004 / 1271 pages
Catalog #T1014

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The Pump Book

Lulu Press
By Bob Pelikan

Described are how to design, install, and service a groundwater pumping system in this easy-to-read text. The book covers all of the components that go into a pump system, how to size the components, and offers solutions to some of the unusual situations that might be encountered. Pictures, charts, tables, and figures are throughout to aid the text. The book also features a complete trouble-shooting section and numerous charts and tables that a pump installer or homeowner might want to refer to.

2007/184 pages
Catalog # T1057

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Unquenchable

By Robert Glennon
Island Press

The author of Water Follies provides a look at water in America today in a book that has been called "both frightening and wickedly funny."
Discussed are the Las Vegas strip, faux snow in Atlanta, super-sized bathrooms, mega-farms, billion-dollar water deals, politics, and more.
Glennon argues in the book that people cannot engineer their way out of the problem or use odd schemes. Rather, he provides an answer that is a market-based system with water valued as a commodity and a human right.

2009/414 pages
Catalog #T1071

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Vadose Zone Hydrology

By Daniel B. Stephens
CRC Press

This popular text describes the elements of the physical processes most often encountered by hydrogeologists and groundwater engineers in their vadose zone projects.
It illustrates the application of soil physics to practical problems relevant to the characterization and monitoring of the vadose zone. It also includes an introduction to physical processes, including basic flow theory and provides examples of important field-scale processes that must be recognizable by hydrogeologists.
The book is ideal for environmental or geotechnical consultants, regulators, and students. Because the text contains some of the latest advances in this field, it is also an excellent reference for geologists and engineers currently working on problems of vadose zone hydrology.

1996/347 pages
Catalog #T1078

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Wastewater Pathogens

by Michael H. Gerardi and Mel C. Zimmerman
John Wiley & Sons

Written primarily for those who work in the waste water industry, Wastewater Pathogens is the fourth book in the Wastewater Microbiology Series by John Wiley & Sons. It's a practical guide free of overly technical jargon that provides straight facts on the biology of treatment, as well as appropriate protective measures. Topics include viruses, bacteria, and fungi; aerosols, foam, and sludge; disease transmission and the body's defenses; and hygiene measures, protective equipment, and immunizations to name just a few. Other features include a list of references, an abbreviation and acronym guide, and a glossary of terms.

2005 / 179 pages
Catalog #T1010

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Water Pumps and Pumping Systems

by James Rishel
McGraw Hill

This reference provides detailed coverage of pump application and pumped water systems as well as a working overview of pump design. Among the topics covered are potable and waste water pumps; installation, operation, and retrofit; piping system calculations; materials; design analysis; performance issues; and more. This sourcebook also features more than 200 illustrations and details on abbreviations, terms, and equations used throughout the book.

2002
Catalog #T1026

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Watersheds, Groundwater and Drinking Water

University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources
By Thomas Harter and Larry Rollins

This book was developed for those who are interested in water resources. It is designed to help people better understand and assess water supplies and to define and manage protection areas for water sources.
Chapters include fundamentals such as watershed and groundwater hydrology, water quality, and water contamination.
It will be useful for environmental scientists, water technicians, educators, students, and others interested in water resources. It could easily be used as text material for educational short courses.

2008/274 pages
Catalog #T1059

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