This collection contains 484 papers presented at the World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2010, held in Providence, Rhode Island, May 16-20, 2010.
This volume reports on anthropogenic chemicals, a new category of environmental contaminant that is predominantly unregulated and human-made, occurring in air, soil, water, food, and human and animal tissues in trace concentrations.
In this complete handbook for international engineering service projects, James Mihelcic and his coauthors provide the tools necessary to implement the right technology in developing regions around the world.
This report contains 32 selected papers that address a broad range of topics connected to sustainable stormwater management using the Low Impact Development (LID) technology.
This collection contains 121 papers presented at the 2008 International Low Impact Development Conference, held in Seattle, Washington, November 16-19, 2008.
This report provides the current status of synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials, as well as the environmental effects of nanotechnology.
Jacob Odgaard provides a complete guide to help engineers determine when submerged vanes would be an effective design solution for problems associated with sedimentation and river training and how the vanes should be planned and installed.
This report collects the latest information on recent trends in the bioconversion of sludge to value-added products such as biopesticides, biosurfactants, enzymes, bioplastics, and biofertilizers/bioflocculants.