Standard Handbook of Environmental Science, Health, and Technology
Jay H. Lehr, Janet K. Lehr
McGraw Hill Professional, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 1600 pages
The most comprehensive single volume ever assembled for the environmental professional--a one-stop, all-under-one-roof overview of environmental engineering subject areas, and a task-simplifying toolkit designed to simplify day-to-day decisions. Covers the varied topics of interest for today's environmental scientist: mathematical modeling, statistics, plant pathology, as well as engineering problem-solving, management decision-making, and public communication. The perfect resource for biologists, hydrologists, geologists, engineers, chemists, and toxicologists. Packed with numerous tables, charts, illustrations, sampling methods, monitoring methods, testing methods, control techniques, equipment maintenance procedures, and calculation methods. Includes lesson-filled editorial commentary by many of the nearly 100 environmental scientists who have contributed to this book.
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The Interaction of Basic Scientific Disciplines
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analysis analytical application aquifer aquifer test borehole carbon characterization chemical coefficient collection compounds concentration contaminant depth developed diffusion dioxin discharge dispersion distribution drawdown ecological ecological risk assessment effects emission Engineering environment environmental equation estimate evaluation example exposure field Figure fluid fracture geologic geophysical geostatistics groundwater groundwater flow hazardous waste hydraulic hydraulic conductivity hydrocarbons Hydrology incinerator industrial isotopic landfill logs materials measurements methods mineral monitoring neutron organic parameters particles percent permeability pesticides phase pollution porosity potential precipitation probe problems Protection pumping radionuclides reduce regulatory remediation risk assessment River rock runoff sample sampler sediment simulation soil vapor solution species spill standard storage Stormwater stream subsurface surface Table techniques temperature toxic transport types typically U.S. EPA U.S. Geological Survey uncertainty vadose zone values variability velocity vertical zone