Sustainable Water Management / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Taylor & Francis
While the world’s population continues to grow, the availability of water remains constant. Facing the looming water crisis, society needs to tackle strategic management issues as an integrated part of the solution toward water sustainability. The first volume in the two-volume set Sustainable Water Management and Technologies offers readers a practical and comprehensive look at such key water management topics as water resource planning and governance, water infrastructure planning and adaption, proper regulations, and water scarcity and inequality. It discusses best management practices for water resource allocation, ground water protection, and water quality assurance, especially for rural, arid, and underdeveloped regions of the world. Timely topics such as drought, ecosystem sustainability, climate change, and water management for shale oil and gas development are presented.
- Discusses best practices for water resource allocation, ground water protection, and water quality assurance.
- Offers chapters on urban, rural, arid, and underdeveloped regions of the world.
- Describes timely topics such as drought, ecosystem sustainability, climate change, and water management for shale oil and gas development.
- Covers water resource planning and governance, water infrastructure planning and adaptation, proper regulations, and water scarcity and inequality
- Discusses water resource monitoring, efficiency, and quality management.
About the Author
Daniel H. Chen is professor at the Dan F. Smith Department of Chemical Engineering and holds the title of University Professor and University Scholar at Lamar University. He is the director of the Photocatalysis Lab and deputy director of the Process Engineering Center. Dr. Chen’s areas of expertise are air/water pollution, nanostructured catalytic materials, and process modeling. He has published 4 book chapters and 37 articles and has given numerous presentations throughout the United States and worldwide. Since 2006, he has worked on a series of field sampling and water treatment projects aimed at improving the water quality of the Rio Grande Basin in south Texas. Dr. Chen holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Oklahoma State University. Dr. Chen has previously served as a shift supervisor in Hualon-Teijin Polyester Plant, Taiwan, as a project engineer at Chemical Engineering Consultants, Inc., Stillwater, Oklahoma, as a US Department of Energy research fellow at the National Energy Technology Laboratory in Morgantown, West Virginia, and as a US Army/Battelle faculty associate at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland. He also has served as session chair/co-chair of Sustainable Water Use and Management, Reaction Engineering for Combustion and Pyrolysis, and Liquid Phase Reaction Engineering at the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). Dr. Chen is a registered professional engineer in the state of Texas.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Water Quality Management
Kevin Wagner, Lucas Gregory, and Allen Berthold
Chapter 2 Water Monitoring and Diagnosis
Chapter 3 Sustainable Monitoring of Algal Blooms
Hesam Zamankhan, Judy Westrick, Frank R. Anscombe,Richard Stumpf, Timothy T. Wynne, James Sullivan,
Michael Twardowski, Timothy Moore, and Hyeok Choi
Chapter 4 Groundwater Management (Aquifer Storage and Recovery, Overdraft)
Chapter 5 Reservoir System Management
Ralph A. Wurbs
Chapter 6 Sustainable Urban Water Management
Willy Giron Matute, Mohamed K. Mostafa, Daniel Attoh,Ramesh C. Chawla, and Robert W. Peters
Chapter 7 Water Management for Shale Oil and Gas Development
Ross Tomson, Liwen Chen, and Peyton C. Richmond
Chapter 8 Outreach Programs for Awareness of Water Resources Sustainability and Adoption of Best Management Practices
Jennifer L. Peterson, Larry A. Redmon, and Mark L. McFarland
Chapter 9 Water Scarcity in Developing Regions
John Anthony Byrne, Pilar Fernandez-Ibanez,and Preetam Kumar Sharma
Chapter 10 Perspectives on Managing Freshwater Systems for Sustainable Use
Jeffrey A. Thornton, Walter Rast, and Hebin Lin
Chapter 11 Climate Change and Future Water Supply
John W. Nielsen-Gammon
Chapter 12 Adapting Water Infrastructure to Nonstationary Climate Changes
Chapter 13 Integration of Water and Energy Sustainability
Kelly T. Sanders and Carey W. King
Chapter 14 Water, Energy, and Ecosystem Sustainability
Cindy Loeffler, Leslie D. Hartman, and Daniel H. Chen
Chapter 15 Optimum, Sustainable, and Integrated Water Management
Tapas K. Das