This text offers a comprehensive coverage of the methods used in environmental impact assessment, which is now firmly established as an obligatory procedure in proposing or launching any development project with possible consequences for the environment. It is intended for students of environmental science and environmental studies, or planning, particularly those taking courses in environmental impact assessment as well as for professionals and researchers in any disciplines or activities with an environmental focus.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Series:||Natural and Built Environment Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.40(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.40(d)|
Table of Contents
Part 1: Methods for environmental components 1. Introduction Riki Therivel & Peter Morris 2. Socio-economic impacts 1: overview and economic impacts John Glasson 3. Socio-economic impacts 2: social impacts Andrew Chadwick 4. Noise Riki Therivel 5. Transport Chris Fry and Riki Therivel 6. Landscape and visual Rebecca Knight 7. Archaeological and other material and cultural assets Riki Therivel 8. Air quality and climate David Walker and Hannah Dalton 9. Soils, geology and geomorphology Chris Stapleton, Kevin Hawkins and Martin Hodson 10. Water Sally-Beth Kelday, Andrew Brookes and Peter Morris 11. Ecology Peter Morris and Roy Emberton 12. Coastal ecology and geomorphology Ricard Cottle and Sian John Part 2: Shared and Integrative Methods 13. Environmental Risk Assessment and Risk Management Andrew Brookes 14. Geographical Information Systems and EIA Agustin Rodriguez-Bachiller and Graham Wood 15. Quality of life capital Riki Therivel 16. Sustainable development and sustainability appraisal Roy Emberton and Riki Therivel Appendices