Geochemical And Hydrologic Processes And Their Protection

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In 1984, the Conference on Environmental Quality, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the National Science Foundation convened a series of panel meetings to discuss long-term environmental issues. Environmental Impacts on Human Healthis the result of that prestigious conference. Drawing on contributions from nationally recognized scientists and experts from industry and government, this collection of papers will help to redirect long-term environmental research and development. The book addresses four topic ...

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Overview

In 1984, the Conference on Environmental Quality, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the National Science Foundation convened a series of panel meetings to discuss long-term environmental issues. Environmental Impacts on Human Healthis the result of that prestigious conference. Drawing on contributions from nationally recognized scientists and experts from industry and government, this collection of papers will help to redirect long-term environmental research and development. The book addresses four topic areas: surface and groundwater processes and pollution; land/soil processes and pollution; atmospheric/oceanic processes and pollution; and multimedia toxic substance/hazardous waste research.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780275923396
  • Publisher: ABC-Clio, LLC
  • Publication date: 6/11/1987
  • Pages: 248
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.63 (d)

Meet the Author

SIDNEY DRAGGAN is a Policy Analyst in the Division of Policy Research and Analysis, National Science Foundation.

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Table of Contents

Preface Acknowledgment

Statement of the Chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality

Report of the Chairmen

Panel Topic and Panelists

Summary Report of the Expert Panel Meeting on Monitoring, Assessment, and Environmental Management

List of Contributors

Part I: Surface Water and Groundwater Processes and Pollution

Improving the Knowledge Base on Surface Water and Groundwater by Dr. Wayne A. Pettyjohn

Protection of Surface Water and Groundwater Resources by Dr. Nathan Buras

Part II: Land/Soil Processes and Pollution

Identifying Knowledge Gaps on Land/Soil Processes: Hazardous Substances and the Land/Soil Resource by Dr. Louis J. Thibodeaus

Advancing Knowledge on Protection of the Land/Soil Resource: Assimilative Capacity for Pollutants by Dr. Raymond C. Loehr

Part III: Atmospheric/Oceanic Processes and Pollution

Priority Needs for Improving the Knowledge Base on Atmospheric Processes by Dr. Stephen Wofsy

Advancing Knowledge of Pollutant Effects on Coastal Ecosystems by Dr. John Teal

Part IV: Multimedia Toxic Substances/Hazardous Waste Research

Scientific, Legislative, and Administrative Constraints to Multimedia Control of Toxic Substances and Hazardous Wastes by Leslie Sue Ritts, Esq. Modeling of Pollutant Transport in a Multimedia Environment by Dr. Yoram Cohen

Notes

Index

About the Editors

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