The Water Encyclopedia, Second Edition
A million facts and figures, valuable for many uses-all in one volume. Years of professional scientific work, selection, and organization went into this encyclopedia.
Every Fact, every figure, every table, chart, diagram, and figure is all-new since the first edition. Double the Content-This new edition gives you twice the material and twice the data of the original book.
ALL THE FACTS THAT COUNT
This is the one basic reference on water that all of us need for...
ENVIRONMENTAL PROFESSIONALS AND OTHER SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS
Water regulatory agencies
People with water-related responsibility in federal agencies such as EPA, USGS state officials, Departments of Environmental Protection, Environmental Quality, Public Health, and Municipal Agencies
Operators of public/private water supplies
Environmental Managers at Chemical, Petroleum and other manufacturers
Water-Related Product Manufacturers
CONSULTANTS AND ACADEMIA
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SNOW AND SNOW MELT
WATER RESOURCESUNITED STATES
PUBLIC WATER SUPPLYWORLD
INDUSTRIAL WATER USEWORLD
EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION
OCEANS AND SEAS
WATER WELLSUNITED STATES
WATER USEUNITED STATES
PUBLIC WATER SUPPLYUNITED STATES
URBAN RUNOFFDEICING MATERIALS
OFFSHORE WASTE DISPOSAL
WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
PROJECT PLANNING AND ANALYSIS
SECTION B STATE WATER AGENCIES
SECTION E PROFESSIONAL TRADE AND ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS
SECTION F VELOCITY
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