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TitleSustainable Development of Water and Environment [electronic resource] : Proceedings of the ICSDWE 2019 / edited by Rong Sun, Li Fei
ImprintCham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2019
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Descript IX, 240 p. online resource


This book covers the full spectrum of water and environment conservation, offering management lessons, identifying the barriers to transformative change, and then presenting agendas and initiatives for sustainable global water and environment management. Water is a unique resource and is vital to human beings and ecosystems. At the same time, it is a driver of growth and development. However, in a changing world factors such as rapid population growth and urbanization are having an increasing impact on water and the environment, and managing critical water resources sustainably represents an unprecedented and urgent challenge. As such, the book describes innovative approaches that can be used to support the operationalization and delivery of sustainable water and environment management. ICSDWE 2019 is dedicated to sustainable water and environment, with a focus on the water resources management, wastewater treatment and environmental protection. Sharing current knowledge and recent developments, experiences and lessons learned, it stimulates discussion and reflection, to promote a paradigm shift toward sustainable water and environment management


Part 1: Environmental Monitoring -- Microbiological Monitoring of Cryohydrological Geosystems of the Cryolithozone -- Survey of Physical, Chemical and Microbial Water Quality of Irrigation Sources in Tarlac, Philippines -- Study on the Inactivation of E. coli in Water by UV-LED -- Radionuclides Activity Analysis in the Environmetnal Samples -- Analysis of Shanghai Urban Expansion Based on Multi-temporal Remote Sensing Images -- The Innovation Model Research of Roof Garden of Green Building -- Part 2: Environmental Chemistry -- The Preparation of Sulfonated PS Microspheres Supported nZVFe/Ag Bimetals and Its Using in the Catalytic Reduction of 3-CP -- Development of a Fluidized Bed Gas Heater Using Solar Heat for Waste Steam Reuse in the Plant -- Review on Hydrodynamic Behavior of Continuous Flow Reactors for Water Treatment by Electron Beam -- Environmental Impacts of the Selected Building Structures -- Analysis of Haze Pollution Based on Principal Component Analysis in Jinan City -- Comprehensive evaluation of oil sorbent based on AHP method -- Part 3: Water Resource and Water Environmental -- An Optimal Design of Groundwater-Environment Remediation Scheme in Chengdu Plain, China: A case study of Huaikou landfill -- Transboundary Water Management of the Indus River: A Repetitive Cycle -- Restoration of Groundwater Over-exploitation Area Based on Modflow in North Weifang, Shandong Province, China -- Stability Analysis During Excavation of Low-permeability Rock Surrounding an Underground Water Sealed Cavern -- Design of a Humidification-dehumidification Seawater Desalination System Combined with Solar Chimneys -- Estimation of Annual Maximum and Minimum Flow Trends Through Hydrological Modeling. Case Study of the Allipén River Watershed, Chile -- Effects of Emergent Hydrophytes on the Water Restoration of Wuliangsu Lake in Inner Mongolia -- Application Status on Hydrological Detention Efficiency of Urban Green Space in China -- Response of Ecological Water Supply Service to Land Cover Change in the source area of the Yellow River -- River Structure and Spatial Pattern along Jiulongjiang Watershed

Environmental management Sustainable development Environmental pollution Environmental Management. Water Quality/Water Pollution. Sustainable Development. Water Industry/Water Technologies. Waste Water Technology / Water Pollution Control / Water Management / Aquatic Pollution. Environmental Science and Engineering.


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