An Introduction to Thermogeology

Ground Source Heating and Cooling

Author: David Banks

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 526

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Sets the baseline for the science behind an emerging technology Authoritative guide to skills needed to implement ground source heat pump schemes Only book using SI units to adequately focus on the geological aspects of ground source heat.

Hydrogeology

Principles and Practice

Author: Kevin M. Hiscock

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 408

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Hydrogeology: Principles and Practice provides a comprehensiveintroduction to the study of hydrogeology and the significance ofgroundwater in the terrestrial aquatic environment. Earlier chapters explain the fundamental physical and chemicalprinciples of hydrogeology, and later chapters feature groundwaterinvestigation techniques and contaminant hydrogeology. A uniquefeature of the book is a chapter on the application ofenvironmental isotopes and noble gases in the interpretation ofaquifer evolution. The last chapter discusses groundwater resourcesand environmental management, and examines the role of groundwaterin integrated river basin management, including the possibleimpacts of climate change. Throughout the text, boxes are used to explain special topics andto illustrate international case studies. The appendices provideuseful reference material and include review questions andexercises to develop the reader's knowledge and problem-solvingskills in hydrogeology. This accessible textbook is essential reading for undergraduate andgraduate students in earth and environmental sciences taking acourse in hydrogeology or groundwater science. An Instructor manual CD-ROM for this title is available. Pleasecontact our Higher Education team at ahref="mailto:[email protected]"[email protected]/afor more information.

Principles and Practices of Aquatic Law

Author: John Robert Fletemeyer

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Law

Page: 312

View: 455

Principles and Practices of Aquatic Law presents the best practices and principles related to aquatic law and risk management. Its focus is injury and death occurring in aquatic environments including the ocean, pools, water parks, canals, rivers, lakes, dams, etc. It discusses the importance of aquatic risk management as it relates to aquatic accident prevention and the concept of duty and liability for a facility’s management and staff. It also presents updated and relevant information about beach safety and the importance of hazard identification, warning, and elimination, and provides information for attorneys relating to the process of developing liability theories involving serious aquatic accidents and death. Features Presents a comprehensive resource on the applied practices and principles of aquatic law. Provides information for attorneys for the process of developing liability theories involving serious aquatic accidents and death. Presents updated and relevant information about beach safety and the importance of hazard identification, warning, and elimination. Discusses water-borne contaminants such as cryptosporidium and flesh-eating bacteria. Presents comprehensive public safety and beach management strategies: rip current prediction and monitoring, coastal engineering, drowning and rescue statistics, etc.

An Introduction to Global Environmental Issues Instructors Manual

Author: Lewis A. Owen

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 112

View: 826

An Introduction to Global Environmental Issues presents a comprehensive stimulating introduction to the key environmental issues presently threatening our global environment. Offering an authoritative introduction to the key topics, a source of latest environmental information, and an innovative stimulus for debate, this is an essential book for all those studying or concerned with global environmental issues. In this second edition, the most topical global environmental issues are brought more clearly into focus. Explanations of the evolution of the earth's natural systems (hydrosphere, biosphere, geosphere, ecosphere) provide the essential understanding of the scientific concepts, processes and historical background behind key environmental issues. Contemporary socio-economic, cultural and political considerations are explored and important conceptual approaches such as Gaian hypotheses and Chaos Theory are introduced. Human impact and management of the natural environment, and concerns for maintaining biodiversity are emphasised throughout. Specific features include: * Case studies drawn from across the world * Superb illustrations: 4-colour plate sections; a wealth of informative diagrams * Glossary of key terms, with key concepts highlighted throughout the text * Annotated guides to Further Reading * Chapter summaries and key points A new Instructors' Manual is available to accompany the text

Catalog of Copyright Entries. Third Series

1958: July-December

Author:

Publisher: Copyright Office, Library of Congress

ISBN:

Category: Copyright

Page: 890

View: 129

Includes Part 1, Number 2: Books and Pamphlets, Including Serials and Contributions to Periodicals (July - December)

Instructors Manual

Author: Richard Leroy Mauger

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Environmental geology

Page: 391

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