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World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2007

World Environmental and Water Congress 2007

World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2007

Restoring Our Natural Habitat

Edited by Karen C. Kabbes


2007 / 6830 pp.



 
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$180.00 List / $135.00ASCE Member
Stock No. 40927 / ISBN: 9780784409275


Description
Proceedings of the 2007 World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, held in Tampa, Florida, May 15-19, 2007. Sponsored by the Environmental and Water Resources Institute of ASCE.

This collection contains 638 papers that approach the environment from the perspective of natural resources, examining how to mitigate human impact upon natural resources.

Topics include:

  • 4th Urban Watershed Management Symposium
  • aquifer and lake recovery/restoration
  • climate change/variability & drought
  • computational hydraulics
  • ecohydraulics
  • endocrine disruptor chemicals in the environment
  • environmental engineering and public health
  • environmental impacts of emerging contaminants
  • groundwater hydrology, quality, and management
  • history & heritage
  • international issues
  • irrigation and drainage
  • landscape architecture
  • local Florida issues
  • NEXRAD application and data analysis
  • probabilistic approaches in watersheds
  • river restoration
  • scour & erosion
  • sedimentation
  • stochastic hydrology and frequency analysis in water resources
  • sustainable water pollution engineering
  • urban stream restoration
  • water desalination & concentrate management
  • Water Distribution System Analysis 2007
  • water resources planning and management
  • watershed management and restoration
  • wetland restoration.

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