Reservoir Management and Water Supply - An Integrated System (Paperback)P. Dolejs (editor)
Paperback 379 Pages / Published: 01/01/1998
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To ensure economic supply of drinking water that meets quality standards it is necessary to understand a complex system: watershed, treatment plant and reservoir management, aquatic chemistry, limnology, hydrology, protection of water resources, wastewater treatment, etc. There is a lot of knowledge, information and data in each field, but there are also gaps between the disciplines. A solution to existing problems can therefore be found only if experts in these fields cooperate closely. Furthering this was the aim of the first IAWQ-IWSA Joint Specialist Conference. The conference brought together 231 participants from 32 countries including engineers, scientists, practitioners, consultants and professionals, managerial and technical staff from across the whole spectrum of interested disciplines. From 52 oral presentations and 48 posters, 46 articles have been selected for publication in these proceedings. They cover water treatment; reservoir-water-treatment interactions; eutrophication; hydrodynamics, aeration and other reservoir processes; and watershed and water resource management. Together they provide an essential summary of progress in the production of good quality drinking water. Selected Proceedings of the First IAWQ-IWSA Joint Specialist Conference on Reservoir Management.
Publisher: IWA Publishing
Number of pages: 379
Weight: 454 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 18 mm
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