Standard ASCE/EWRI 54-10 enhances the probabilistic characterization and understanding of the behavior of a key groundwater parameter, the saturated hydraulic conductivity by focusing on geostatistical estimation and block-averaging.
Laugesen and his colleagues draw upon their experiences in Malaysia, Thailand, and other countries to inspire innovation and improvement in wastewater treatment and management.
This report contains a variety of case studies on urban TMDLs that demonstrate acceptable modeling, acceptable pollutant allocations, and in some cases, acceptable implementation plans.
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 investigates the origin, development, role, application, and current status of the curve number method for estimating the runoff response from rainstorms.
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.