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Compliance ....................................................18

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Hazardous Waste and Hazardous Materials

New! Waste
Handbook of Treatment in
Advanced the Metal
Industrial and Manufacturing,
Hazardous Forming,
Wastes Coating, and
Treatment Finishing
Edited by Industries
Lawrence K. Wang Edited by
Zorex Corporation, Newtonville, New York, USA Lawrence K. Wang, Nazih K. Shammas,
Yung-Tse Hung and Yung-Tse Hung
Cleveland State University, Ohio, USA Filled with technical information on industrial and
Nazih K. Shammas hazardous waste treatment, this book focuses on new
developments in innovative and alternative technolo-
Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA
gies. It offers in-depth coverage of environmental
Handbook of Industrial and Hazardous Wastes pollution sources, waste characteristics, facility inno-
Treatment provides broad, comprehensive coverage vations, design criteria, control technologies, man-
of basic and advanced principles and applications. It agement strategies, process alternative, costs, and
addresses wastes in a variety of industries, covering effluent standards. The text presents case histories,
metal finishing, food processing, milk production, describes new managerial decision methodologies,
coal mines, foundries, chemical manufacturing, and and explores future trends for the process industries.
more. Including numerous figures, tables, examples, Additional chapters address the regional and global
and case histories, the text also explores new meth- effects of important pollution control practices spe-
ods of clean production and waste minimization and cific to the process industries.
addresses the treatment of landfills and underground
Catalog no. 72234, January 2009, 494 pp.
storage tanks.
ISBN: 978-1-4200-7223-5, $99.95 / £63.99
Catalog no. 72196, November 2009, 1376 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-4200-7219-8, $231.95 / £148.00

Advances in
Heavy Metals in Waste
the Treatment
Environment Edited by
Edited by
Lawrence K. Wang,
Lawrence K. Wang, Nazih K. Shammas, and
Jiaping Paul Chen, Yung-Tse Hung
Yung-Tse Hung, and With its focus on new developments in innovative
Nazih K. Shammas and alternative environmental technology, design cri-
Offering broad coverage of basic and advanced prin- teria, effluent standards, managerial decision
cipals and applications, this volume covers remedia- methodology, and regional and global environmen-
tion of heavy metal contaminants with an emphasis tal conservation, this book provides the widest possi-
on innovative and alternative approaches. It investi- ble coverage drawn from the full spectrum of experts
gates a variety of environmental pollution sources in the field. It covers environmental pollution sources,
and waste characteristics that require a multitude of waste characteristics, control technologies, manage-
remediation methods. It then details the latest in ment strategies, facility innovations, process alterna-
clean tech advances, covering both management tives, costs, case histories, and effluent standards in
strategies and process alternatives. The authors delve industry. Reflecting the depth and breadth of the
into costs, effluent standards, and offer several case field, this handbook provides authoritative informa-
histories to illustrate the regional and global effects of tion on chemical and environmental engineering for
key pollution control practices. industrial hazardous waste treatment.
Catalog no. 73168, June 2009, 516 pp. Catalog no. 72307, January 2009, 584 pp.
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New! New!
Combustion Advanced Separation
and Techniques for Nuclear Fuel
Incineration Reprocessing and
Processes Radioactive Waste
Applications in Treatment
Environmental Edited by
Engineering, K.L. Nash
Fourth Edition Washington State University, USA
Walter R. Niessen G.J. Lumetta
Niessen Consultants S.P., Andover, Massachusetts, USA Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
Covering each aspect of an incineration facility, from Advanced separations technology is key to the nuclear
contaminant receipt and storage to stack discharge fuel cycle in order to relieve future generations from
and dispersion, this reference explores the operation the burden of today’s nuclear power industry and
and evaluation of incineration and conversion (gasifi- ensure protection from radioactive materials. This
cation) systems for hazardous and non-hazardous book provides a comprehensive and timely reference
gaseous, liquid, sludge, and solid wastes. on nuclear fuel reprocessing and radioactive waste
Highlighting breakthroughs in air pollution control, treatment. It features characterization and analysis of
the book discusses advances in materials handling, the behavior of the main radioactive materials pro-
waste processing, refractory and materials engineer- duced by nuclear power generation, the processes
ing, combustion technology, and energy recovery to involved in their treatment, as well as novel methods
reduce and control toxins and pollutants in the envi- used in treating these materials. This book is also use-
ronment. It includes a disk containing spreadsheets ful to those handling nuclear materials from other
for practical analyses of waste characteristics and sources, including legacy/historic waste.
combustion systems.
Catalog no. WP9488, November 2009, 500 pp.
Catalog no. K10282, January 2010, c. 696 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-9488-6, $249.95 / £153.00
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Decommissioning Ion Exchange
and Radioactive and Solvent
Waste Extraction
Management A Series of Advances,
Edited by Volume 19
A. Rahman Edited by
Nuclear Safety Consultants,
Limited, Altrincham, UK Bruce A. Moyer
Oak Ridge National Laboratory,
Often perceived as merely the dismantling and dem-
Tennessee, USA
olition of existing facilities, the decommissioning
process entails challenging technical issues. Providing The growth in the world’s nuclear industry has result-
a detailed understanding of the issues associated with ed in a heightened focus on the need for next-gen-
these processes, this book begins with coverage of eration nuclear fuel-cycle technologies. This volume
radiation, the biological effects of radiation, radiolog- provides a comprehensive look at the state of the sci-
ical protection, and statistical methods. It incorpo- ence underlying solvent extraction in its role as the
rates the whole aspect of decommissioning, project most powerful separation technique for the repro-
management, safety aspects, environmental impact cessing of commercial spent nuclear fuel. The book
assessment, decontamination, and dismantling tech- explores selective extractions, third-phase formation,
niques. The last part discusses radioactive waste man- the effects of intense radiation upon the solvent, ana-
agement, including regulatory aspects, treatment lytical techniques to measure process concentrations,
and conditioning, storage and transportation, and new types of centrifugal contactors, and new chem-
waste disposal. istry that may offer the potential for further advances
in the future.
Catalog no. WH7348, January 2009, 352 pp.
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Urban Environmental
Development Aspects of
with Textile
Geographical Dyeing
Information Edited by
Systems and R.M. Christie
Cellular Heriot-Watt University, UK
Automata Written by an international team of contributors,
Yan Liu Environmental Aspects of Textile Dyeing reviews
recent legislation and key technologies which make
National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological
textile dyeing more efficient and environmentally
University, Singapore
friendly. The book begins by detailing European and
Many models have been devised to analyze urban- U.S. legislation relating to textile dyeing. Further
ization and the physical, socioeconomic, and institu- chapters cover toxicology, environmentally responsi-
tional factors impacting urban development. This ble application of dyes, and supercritical fluid textile
book presents a simulation model of urban develop- dyeing. The book concludes with chapters on the
ment based on cellular automata principles and pro- reduction of pollution and minimization of waste,
vides theoretical context. The first part of the text the re-use of spent dyebath, chemical treatment of
supplies a practical review of modelling techniques in dye effluent, and biotechnological treatment of dye
urban development research and develops a cellular effluent.
automaton model incorporating fuzzy set and fuzzy
logic approaches. The second part of the text imple- Catalog no. WP4445, 2007, 238 pp.
ments this model in a GIS environment to simulate ISBN: 978-1-4200-4445-4, $209.95 / £117.00
the process of urban development as applied to the
metropolitan area of Sydney, Australia.
Catalog no. 59890, January 2009, 186 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-4200-5989-2, $119.95 / £76.99 New!
Remote Clay Liners for
Sensing of Waste
Impervious Containment
Surfaces Facilities
Edited by A. Bouazza
Qihao Weng Dept. Civil Engineering, Monash
University, Melbourne, Australia
Indiana State University, Terre
Haute, USA J.J. Bowders
Expertly written and edited, this book focuses on Dept. Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of
mapping, data extraction, and modeling techniques Missouri, Columbia, USA
specific to remote sensing of impervious surfaces, During the past two decades, geosynthetic clay liners
including both urban and rural areas. Presenting have gained widespread acceptance for use in such
modeling tools and algorithms for data extraction barrier systems. This book gives a comprehensive and
and analysis, the book explains how to differentiate authoritative review of the current state of practice
roads, roofs, and other manmade structures from on geosynthetic clay liners in waste containments. It
remotely sensed images for individual analysis. The provides an insight into individual materials (ben-
final chapters discuss case studies within significant tonite and the associated geosynthetics) and the
application areas of impervious surface data in water- manufacturing processes. This is followed by cover-
shed management, environmental conservation, and age of important topics such as hydraulic conductiv-
urban and regional planning. ity, chemical compatibility, contaminant transport,
Catalog no. 43749, 2008, 488 pp. gas migration, shear strength and slope stability, and
field performance.
ISBN: 978-1-4200-4374-7, $134.95 / £86.00
Catalog no. K00009, November 2009, 254 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-415-46733-9, $149.95 / £95.00

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Principles of
Hazardous Handbook of
Materials Chemical and
Management Biological
Second Edition Warfare Agents
Roger D. Griffin
Second Edition
Griffin Environmental D. Hank Ellison
International, Irvine, California, President, Cerberus & Associates,
USA Grosse Ile, Michigan, USA
This long-awaited second edition updates and “ … a superb summary of a wide variety of both
expands upon the topics in the bestselling first edi- chemical and biological warfare agents.”
tion. The text begins with an introduction to haz- —Jonathan Borak, M.D., writing in Journal of
ardous materials, providing historical insight into tox- Occupational and Environmental Medicine
ins past and present. The book then explores the
health effects of hazardous materials, discusses risk Extensively revised and reorganized, this second edi-
assessment, and profiles toxins in the air, soil, and tion of a bestseller incorporates additional classes of
water. The author examines the transportation and agents, expands existing classes, and provides more
management of hazardous materials, defines waste information on the chemical, physical, and biological
characterization and analytical methods, and investi- properties of these agents and their health effects.
gates waste treatment and disposal. Appendices con- Cross-referenced using several indices, entries cover
tain the latest governmental regulations and a useful toxicology, characteristics, hazards, protection, and
glossary. medical response.
Catalog no. 89706, April 2009, 264 pp. Catalog no. 1434, 2008, 800 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-4200-8970-7, $109.95 / £65.99 ISBN: 978-0-8493-1434-6, $134.95 / £86.00

Handbook for
Chemical and
Agents and Aluminum
Weapons Recycling
Second Edition Mark E. Schlesinger
John R. Cashman University of Missouri-Rolla, USA
Consultant, Barre, Vermont, USA "The graphs, charts, and photography are excel-
“… an extremely useful book and source of refer- lent additions to the content … The author
ence …” states in his introduction ‘I wrote this book
—Alan King, CBRNe Coordinator, Metropolitan Police
because I could not find one like it’. He has
Service, in CBRNe World accomplished this task by creating an informa-
tive, easily readable, and understandable
Updated and revised to reflect numerous advances,
this second edition maintains its status as a thorough overview of aluminum recycling."
reference and training manual for emergency respon- —Mary Raum, Naval War College, in JOM On-Line
ders, government agencies, hospitals, and commer- “… Schlesinger has provided a valuable service
cial sectors handling incidents involving nuclear, bio- by addressing all parts of the aluminum recycling
logical, and chemical materials. This edition adds process in one concise volume … provides many
coverage on field first aid; new field-ready resources,
helpful charts and graphs."
tools, and protocols; and technologies for detection,
diagnosis, decontamination, and treatment. —In Scrap

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Remediation and Air Pollution

Environmental Field Sampling
Isotopes in Methods for
Biodegradation Remedial
and Investigations
Bioremediation Second Edition
Edited by Mark Edward Byrnes
C. Marjorie Aelion, Flour Hanford, Washington, USA
Patrick Höhener, This second edition of a bestseller provides practical
Daniel Hunkeler, and Ramon Aravena guidance on developing cost-effective and defensible
This book covers basic principles of isotope methods, environmental sampling programs to support site
details the major environmental processes to which characterization, site remediation, and building
isotope methods can be applied, and provides com- decontamination and decommissioning in both
prehensive information on analytical and data evalu- chemical and radioactive environments. It features
ation procedures. Using a wide range of case studies methodologies for characterizing radioactive envi-
from recent field applications, and laboratory ronments, statistical approaches for designing envi-
research, the authors illustrate the concepts and ronmental investigations, and chemical characteriza-
methodologies of stable isotope and radioisotope tion techniques. The text offers additional coverage
tools. The book relates the method to various disci- of general media sampling, building material sam-
plines currently employing these approaches. pling, remote surveying, data verification and valida-
tion, and data quality assessment.
Catalog no. L1661, November 2009, 464 pp.
Catalog no. 59084, January 2009, 344 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-56670-661-2, $129.95 / £82.00
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Site Assessment
Phase I Handbook of
Fundamentals, Regenerative
Guidelines, and Landscape
Regulations, Design
Third Edition Robert L. France
Kathleen Hess-Kosa Nova Scotia Agricultural College,
OMEGA Southwest Truro, Canada
Environmental Consulting, What if environmentally damaged landscapes could
Canyon Lake, Texas not only be remediated from an ecological stand-
"This book is written such that it is informative point, but also designed to replenish an entire com-
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quick reference guide for those already knowl- integrated solutions that incorporate community
edgeable in the field… Having been involved, to needs, this book balances remediation strategies with
a limited extent, in site assessment, I can attest design needs for creating a sustainable community
on repaired lands. It provides a new paradigm for
to the importance of the process and the valu-
environmental restoration and the renewal of urban
able help and advice this book contains." and cultural sites. It also addresses the repair of
—Electrical Insulation Magazine severely degraded landscapes such as industrial land-
Catalog no. 7966, 2008, 312 pp. fills, Superfund sites, and abandoned factories.
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Evapo- The Science of

transpiration Air
Covers for Concepts and
Landfills and Applications,
Waste Sites Second Edition
Victor L. Hauser Frank R. Spellman
Consulting Engineer, San Old Dominion University,
Antonio, Texas, USA Norfolk, Virginia, USA
New, natural, self-renewing, and low-cost, evapo- This completely revised volume presents research on
transpiration (ET) covers for landfills provide a solu- global climate change, air pollution, radon, indoor air
tion to landfill waste that is clean, green, and eco- quality, acid rain, and more. The second edition of a
nomical. This book discusses the conceptual theory bestseller, this work explores common themes of air
and the practical proof, then explains the technolo- resource utilization and air protection with a section
gy, design, and application. The author discusses the on air pollution and remediation. It contains regula-
design and construction of ET covers and other tory updates related to air quality and an update on
methods, highlighting their differences and success- pollution control technologies. In addition to the dis-
ful alternative construction methods. The book also cussion of numerous mitigation and remediation pro-
covers how the technology meets the requirements cedures, this authoritative resource includes an
for covers on landfills, mining waste, and other sites. expanded section on the fundamentals of air chem-
Catalog no. 86510, January 2009, 216 pp. istry and physics, making it an indispensable text for
those tasked with compliance to air pollution laws.
ISBN: 978-1-4200-8651-5, $119.95 / £76.99
Catalog no. 75322, January 2009, 300 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-4200-7532-8, $99.95 / £63.99

Air Pollution and Managing

Turbulence Indoor Air
Modeling and Applications Quality
Edited by Fourth Edition
Davidson Moreira Barney Burroughs
Federal University of Pampa, Bagé, Rio Grande do Sul, Consultant, Alpharetta, Georgia,
Brazil USA
Marco Vilhena Shirley J. Hansen
Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Rio Consultant, Gig Harbor,
Grande do Sul, Brazil Washington, USA
Written by international experts, this book presents Extensively revised and edited, this second edition of
advanced techniques for modeling turbulence along a bestseller covers how to treat existing indoor air
with air pollution applications, including pollutant problems effectively and how to prevent costly IAQ
dispersion and inverse problems. The text offers inno- problems from occurring in the first place. A single
vative atmospheric mathematical modeling meth- discipline approach tends to narrow both the control
ods, which can also be applied to other disciplines, and the treatments options. This book cuts across
and provides an ideal reference for professionals and professions to offer those concerned with the total
a resource for students studying atmospheric pollu- facility a broader, more comprehensive approach to
tant dispersion and its consequences. The author managing indoor air quality and mitigating indoor air
provides a solid theoretical understanding of turbu- quality problems.
lence and includes worldwide case studies and Catalog no. FP7155, 2008, 350 pp.
reviews illustrate subjects related to environmental
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sciences and environmental modeling.
Catalog no. K10572, November 2009, 354 pp.
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Fundamentals Models for
of Regulatory Risk
Ecotoxicology Assessments of
Third Edition
Michael C. Newman
College of William & Mary,
Developing a Strategy
Gloucester Point, Virginia, USA for the Future
Fully revised to reflect new developments, the new Edited by
edition of this renowned text details key environ-
mental contaminants, explores their gate and cycling
Pernille Thorbek, Valery E. Forbes, Fred
in the biosphere, and discusses bioaccumulation and Heimbach, Udo Hommen, Hans-Hermann
the effects of contaminants at increasing levels of Thulke, Paul van den Brink, Jörn Wogram,
ecological organization. It also covers regulatory and Volker Grimm
aspects of the field and discusses key U.S., European, Bringing together more than 30 influential regulators,
and Chinese legislation and policy. It provides new academics, and industry scientists, this volume pro-
study questions, a detailed glossary, and new inter- vides a coherent, science-based view on ecological
national case studies by leading world-known modeling for regulatory risk assessments. It discusses
experts. the benefits of modeling in the context of registrations,
Catalog no. 67044, September 2009, 571 pp. identifies the obstacles that prevent ecological model-
ISBN: 978-1-4200-6704-0, $89.95 / £57.99 ing being used routinely in regulatory submissions,
and explores the actions needed to overcome these
obstacles. The book provides examples of ecological
models applied to real-world decision making and
presents various up-to-date approaches for assessing
the ecological risks of plant protection products.
Catalog no. K10289, November 2009, 160 pp.
New! Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4398-0511-4
Application of $99.95 / £63.99
Analysis to
Ecological Risks
of Pesticides New!
Edited by
Linking Aquatic Exposure
William J. Warren-Hicks and Effects
The Cadmus Group
Risk Assessment of Pesticides
Andy Hart
Central Science Laboratory, York, England, UK Theo C. Brock
Wageningen University, The Netherlands
While current methods used in ecological risk assess-
ments for pesticides are largely deterministic, quan- With contributions from leading international scien-
tifiable results garnered using probabilistic methods tists, this volume provides guidance and recommen-
are attracting growing interest from industries and dations for linking aquatic exposure and ecotoxico-
governments. This book identifies which methods are logical effects in the environmental assessment of
most appropriate for pesticide assessment and agricultural pesticides. It incorporates the tools and
explores their appropriateness for general use. The approaches currently available for assessing the envi-
authors discuss classical and Bayesian approaches, ronmental risks of time-variable exposure profiles of
various types of Monte Carlo analysis, first order error pesticides. The book includes a glossary of terms, rec-
analysis, probability bounds analysis, interval analysis, ommendations for future research, and registration
and fuzzy mathematics. They then examine how procedures for plant protection products, such as a
these methods can be used in assessments for other novice’s guide to FOCUS surface water and an
environmental contaminants. overview of extrapolation techniques.
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New! New!
Derivation and Handbook of
Use of Pesticides
Environmental Methods of Pesticide
Quality and Residues Analysis
Human Health Edited by

Standards for Leo M.L. Nollet

University College Ghent, Applied
Chemical Engineering Sciences, Belgium
Substances in Water and Soil Hamir S. Rathore
Edited by Aligarh Muslim University, India

Mark Crane, Peter Matthiessen, Dawn This handbook provides a systematic description of
Stretton Maycock, Graham Merrington, the principles, procedures, and technology of the
modern analytical techniques used in the detection,
and Paul Whitehouse extraction, clean up, and determination of pesticide
A balanced, comprehensive overview of residues present in the environment. This book dis-
Environmental Quality Standards (EQS), this book cusses emerging trends in pesticide regulation and
addresses the selection and prioritization of sub- techniques for analysis, including supercritical fluid
stances for standard derivation. With integrated con- extraction, disposable electrochemical biosensors,
tent and up-to-date information on assessment of matrix solid-phase dispersion, volatmetric methods,
regulations that affect the derivation and use of EQS, and liquid chromatography. The authors also address
it examines the derivation of these standards and the scope and limitation of NEEM products in plant
their implementation to protect human health and protection as well as the analysis of medicinal plants.
the environment. Based on contributions from 35 sci-
Catalog no. 82450, September 2009, 628 pp.
entists, regulators, and policy makers from 11 coun-
tries, the book explains how to derive environmental ISBN: 978-1-4200-8245-6, $169.95 / £103.00
standards that are defensible from a scientific and
socioeconomic perspective.
Catalog no. K10193, November 2009, 168 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-4398-0344-8, $119.95 / £76.99 New!
New! of Explosives
Edited by
Aquatic Macrophyte Risk Geoffrey I. Sunahara,
Assessment for Pesticides Guilherme Lotufo,
Lorraine Maltby, Dave Arnold, Roman G. Kuperman,
Gertie Arts, Jo Davies, and Jalal Hawari
Fred Heimbach, Christina Pickl, Written by leading experts in the field, this book
and Veronique Poulsen details the current state-of-the-science of the ecotox-
An integration of regulatory and research information icology of explosives and unexploded ordinance, and
from key specialists in the area of environmental regu- its future research. The book provides a detailed dis-
lation, this book provides a state-of-the-art guide to cussion of safety concerns and environmental
ecotoxicological risk assessment. It is a practical refer- impacts, including coverage of ecotoxicological
ence for the assessment of the risk of pesticides with effects measurement in different species, environ-
herbicidal activity to aquatic macrophytes. Based on mental risk assessment procedures for sites contami-
the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry nated with explosives, modeling, and case studies.
(SETAC) Europe workshop on Aquatic Macrophyte Risk The book also covers how ecotoxicological data can
Assessment for Pesticides, the book supplies a concise, be used to develop recommendations for sustaining
coherent, and science-based view from influential reg- range activities while ensuring environmental stew-
ulators, academics, and industry scientists. ardship and regulatory compliance.
Catalog no. K11163, November 2009, 156 pp. Catalog no. 2839, June 2009, 336 pp.
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Medicines in
Organic the
Pollutants Environment
An Ecotoxicological Edited by
Second Edition Mark Crane
Watts and Crane Associates,
C.H. Walker Oxfordshire, UK
Devon, UK
Alistair B. A. Boxall
Significantly updated, revised, and expanded, this Central Science Laboratory, York, UK
second edition presents two new chapters covering
endocrine disruptors and neurotoxicity and its behav- Katie Barrett
ioral effects. The text also provides additional infor- Huntingdon Life Sciences, UK
mation on biomarker approaches and offers an This book examines methods for evaluating the
overview of new technologies, such as microarray potential risks of veterinary medicines to aquatic and
assays, that are being developed to address complex terrestrial ecosystems. More than 30 experts from
pollution problems. Through a mechanistic eight countries provide guidance on standard risk
approach, this book continues to provide essential assessment approaches for assessing the environ-
knowledge of toxic mechanisms that produce mental effects of veterinary medicines. The text dis-
adverse ecological effects, serving as valuable guid- cusses pathways to the environment, exposure and
ance for carrying out the risk assessment of environ- effects assessment, and risk assessment and manage-
mental chemicals. ment. It reviews classes of veterinary medicines and
Catalog no. 62581, January 2009, 408 pp. current regulations, identifies the environmental fate
ISBN: 978-1-4200-6258-8, $89.95 / £57.99 of the medicines, and assesses the use of modeling
Catalog no. 84240, January 2009, 224 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-4200-8424-5, $119.95 / £76.99

The Use and Extrapolation

Fate of Practice for
Pesticides in Ecotoxicological
Vegetable- Effect
Based Agro- Characterization
Ecosystems in of Chemicals
Ghana Edited by
William Joseph Ntow Keith R. Solomon,
This book covers pesticide use, behavior, and impacts Theo C.M. Brock,
in vegetable-based agro-ecosystems and presents the Dick De Zwart, Scott D. Dyer,
results of surveys conducted in Ghana. It provides a Leo Posthuma, Sean Richards,
better understanding of the potential impact of pes- Hans Sanderson, Paul Sibley, and
ticide usage on the ecosystem, which will contribute Paul J. van den Brink
to better pesticide management. The results of the
study establish essential, but yet missing, information A wide-ranging compilation of techniques, this book
on the levels and fate of pesticide residues in the envi- describes methods of extrapolation in the framework of
ronment of Ghana as well as the public health impli- ecological risk assessment and identifies the data needs
cations of the use of pesticides in agriculture. and situations where these extrapolations can be most
usefully applied. It also covers the extrapolation of
Catalog no. K00011, January 2009, 120 pp. exposures in the context of interactions between toxi-
Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-0-415-46274-7 cants and the matrix. The book contains a practical
$54.95 / £34.99 guide to the application of these extrapolation proce-
dures that is designed to be useful to regulators and risk
managers at several levels and in the education of stu-
dents in these environmental disciplines.
Catalog no. 73907, 2008, 408 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-4200-7390-4, $129.95 / £82.00

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Assessing the
Ecotoxicology Hazard of Metals
A Comprehensive
and Inorganic
Michael C. Newman
Metal Substances
Virginia Institute of Marine in Aquatic and
Science, Gloucester Point, USA Terrestrial
William H. Clements Systems
Colorado State University, Fort
Collins, USA Edited by
"… the best that I have encountered in providing William J. Adams
an integrative presentation … extremely well Rio Tinto, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
written … in my opinion the definitive book to Peter M. Chapman
date on the complex and emerging science of EVS Environment Consultants, North Vancouver, British
ecotoxicology." Columbia, Canada
—A. Russell Flegal, Department of Environmental Assessing the Hazard of Metals and Inorganic Metal
Toxicology, University of California for The Limnology and Substances in Aquatic and Terrestrial Systems pro-
Oceanography Bulletin vides the basis for improvements to the current
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Environmental Analytical Chemistry use of bioaccumulation to evaluate aquatic species
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Ecosystem Genomic
Responses to Approaches for
Mercury Cross-Species
Contamination Extrapolation in
Indicators of Change Toxicology
Edited by Edited by

Michael W. Murray, William H. Benson

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Saltman, Robert Mason, Environmental Effects Research
Laboratory, Gulf Breeze, Florida, USA
David P. Krabbenhoft, and Robin Reash
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Ecotoxicology Carbon
Edited by
Jerry L. Farris
Arkansas State University, Edited by
Jonesboro, USA David G. Penney
John H. Van Hassel Wayne State University School of
American Electric Power, Medicine
Columbus, Ohio, USA Edited by a leading expert, this book delineates the
This book covers the techniques and approaches for successful means to prevent, identify, and manage
assessing suspected contaminant impact upon fresh- the effects of CO poisoning. It covers CO toxicity,
water bivalves. The editors meet this challenge by including rehabilitation, the dissemination of infor-
incorporating research topics and management mation to the public, litigation involving CO poison-
issues from a cross section of active scientists in the ing, economic loss assessment, and firefighting. The
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responses to stressors, fundamental concepts of eco- well as the neurocognitive and neurobehavioral
toxicology specific to burrowing bivalves, and useful sequelae.
insights that offer direction and priority for resolving Catalog no. 8417, 2008, 808 pp.
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Catalog no. 4284X, 2007, 408 pp.
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Risk Assessment
of Chemicals
A Practical Guide Endocrine
Elsa Nielsen and John Disruption
Christian Larsen Modeling
Danish Institute for Food and Edited by
Veterinary Research, Denmark
James Devillers
Grete Østergaard
CTIS, Rillieux La Pape, France
University of Copenhagen,
Denmark Based on the research of an international panel of
contributors from industry, academia, and regulatory
Unlike many existing books on toxicology that cover
agencies, this book provides an overview of
either toxicity of a particular substance or toxicity of
approaches for modeling the endocrine activity of
chemicals on particular organ systems, this one lays
chemicals and the related potential adverse effects
out the principle activities of conducting a toxicolog-
they may induce on environmental and human
ical risk assessment, including international
health. It focuses on chemicals accidentally released
approaches and methods for the risk assessment of
into the environment and also on the specific design,
chemical substances. It illustrates each step in the
in agro-chemistry, of chemicals acting on the
process: hazard identification, a dose response assess-
endocrine system of insects to control them. It also
ment, and exposure assessment. The book also sum-
includes a review of available e-resources.
marizes the basic concepts of interaction of chemicals
in mixtures and discusses various approaches to test- Catalog no. 76353, April 2009, 416 pp.
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Catalog no. 7265, 2008, 448 pp.
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The Toxicology and Marine
and Biology
Biochemistry of An Annual Review,
Insecticides Volume 47
Simon J. Yu Edited by
University of Florida, Gainesville,
USA R.N. Gibson and
Integrating classical toxicology with physiology, bio-
J.D.M. Gordon
chemistry, and molecular biology, this book considers The Scottish Association for Marine Science, Argyll
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action, resistance, metabolism, environmental fate, University of London, Isle of Cumbrae, Scotland
and regulatory legislation. Beginning with a general
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Bioassays With The Toxicology

Arthropods of Fishes
Second Edition Edited by
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Robert M. Russell, David E. Hinton
Haiganoush K. Preisler, Duke University, Durham, North
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Living with
the Earth
Third Edition
Environmental Concepts in
Soil Science Environmental
Third Edition Health Science
Kim H. Tan Gary S. Moore
Emeritus Professor, University of Harvard University, Boston,
Georgia, Greensboro, USA Massachusetts, USA
This new edition of a bestseller provides comprehen- A balanced presentation, this book incorporates tra-
sive information on environmental issues in soil sci- ditional concepts of environmental health with con-
ence. New topics include effects of agricultural oper- troversies regarding environmental threats to human
ations on changing soils properties and the environ- health, such as the link between air pollutants and
ment, beneficial organisms and their role in nutrient asthma, as well as the role of pollution in cancer risk.
cycling, organic farming, advances in agricultural It also features chapters on emerging diseases and
biotechnology, global warming and acid rain, soil emergency preparedness, including the significant
contamination, and soil conservation. It also covers reasons for the emergence of these diseases and the
soil classification, inorganic soil constituents, gas and main etiological agents related to them. It offers
liquid phases of soil, soil physics in the environment, opposing views of issues ranging from the
soils and crop production, and soilless agriculture Greenhouse Effect to reproductive problems associat-
methods. ed with endocrine disruptors.
Catalog no. 72803, April 2009, 600 pp. Catalog no. 7998, 2007, 632 pp.
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Modern Soil
Microbiology Occupational
Second Edition Health and
Edited by Safety
Jan Dirk van Elsas Management
Groningen University Biological A Practical
Center, Haren, The Netherlands Approach,
Janet K. Jansson Second Edition
Swedish University of Agricultural
Sciences, Uppsala
Charles D. Reese
University of Connecticut,
Jack T. Trevors Storrs, USA
University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada The second edition of this bestseller continues to pro-
“… provides a broad, cutting-edge examination vide the basics needed to initiate a comprehensive
of a fascinating discipline that encompasses ecol- occupational safety and health initiative. Updated
ogy, physiology, genetics, molecular biology, and with more than 30 percent added and revised mate-
biotechnology, and makes use of biochemical rial, this volume encompasses a total management
and biophysical approaches. … highlights a approach that deals with the development of written
programs, the identification and mitigation of haz-
range of applied aspects of soil microbiology,
ards by the use of common safety and health tools,
including the nature of disease-suppressive soils, the development of a safe workforce through com-
the use of biological control agents, biopesticides munications, and motivational techniques including
and bioremediation agents, and the need for cor- behavior-based safety and stepped up training.
rect statistics and experimentation in the analy- Catalog no. 51806, January 2009, 520 pp.
ses of the data obtained from soil systems.” ISBN: 978-1-4200-5180-3, $99.95 / £63.99
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Catalog no. DK3097, 2007, 672 pp.
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Manual of
Environmental New!
Analysis Developing a
Edited by
Safety and
N.C. Aery Health Program
University College of Science,
Rajasthan, India Second Edition
Shruti Kshirsagar Daniel E. Della-Giustina
Department of Science and West Virginia University, USA
Technology, New Delhi, India The second edition of a bestseller, this book examines
Manual of Environmental Analysis presents analyt- the elements of a safety and health program and
ical methods for determining physical, chemical, bio- delineates how to incorporate them into an organi-
logical, and microbiological characteristics of water, zation’s safety efforts. It begins by defining safety pol-
waste water, soil, plant material, and air as well as icy and gives an overview of OSHA and other regula-
plant and animal communities. With coverage of tory agencies. It covers hazard communication safety
sampling, instrumentation, and monitoring meth- training and how to write material safety data sheets,
ods, the book facilitates analysis for a wide range of how to maintain a good fire loss control program,
chemical pollutants. Topics include bioassays, envi- and procedures for developing an emergency
ronmental radioactivity, biomonitoring, environmen- response plan. The second edition includes new reg-
tal impact assessment/auditing, and indoor air and ulations and standards and a discussion of how
noise pollution. advanced management concepts such as participat-
ed management can improve preventive programs.
Catalog no. AB6915, January 2010, 300 pp.
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Nanotechnology Workplace
Health and Performance
Environmental Risks Second Edition
Jo Anne Shatkin Michael J. O’Neill
CLF Ventures, Boston, Herman Miller, Lake Mills,
Massachusetts, USA Wisconsin, USA
"... an excellent introduction into the field of Providing a "biological" framework, this book
nanomaterials risk assessment. ... interdiscipli- explores how the design of the work environment
nary and forward-looking perspective ... a very can be used as a tool to further business goals as well
as improve individual and group performance. It fea-
valuable resource …"
tures a new section on Six Sigma measurement
—Dr. Igor Linkov, Research Scientist at the U.S. Army methods for assessing office workspace effectiveness.
Engineer Research and Development The Case Studies demonstrate how office workspace
"I applaud the series editor, G.L. Hornyak, for design affects employee performance, and how to
purposely developing this book and the others in use this information to optimize workplace design for
the series to plainly and directly report on differ- individuals and groups.
ent aspects of nanotechnology." Catalog no. 5801, 2007, 372 pp.
– Richard E. Wenning, IEAM Editor in Chief, in ISBN: 978-0-8493-5801-2, $97.95 / £61.99
Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management,
Vol. 4, No. 4
Catalog no. 53639, 2008, 192 pp., Soft Cover
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Handbook of Safety and Health for the Service Industry

Four-Volume Set
Charles D. Reese, University of Connecticut, Storrs, USA

Industrial Industrial
Safety and Safety and
Health for Health for
Administrative Infrastructure
Services Services
This volume provides a much-needed source for the Industrial Safety and Health for Infrastructure
identification and prevention of most of the injuries Services provides an in-depth look into the areas of
and illnesses occurring in the financial and informa- transportation, utilities, administrative, waste man-
tion sectors. The text thoroughly explains the issues agement, and remediation. It covers OSHA regula-
of office health management, major safety and elec- tions in reference to the major safety and health haz-
trical hazards, and emergency response to violence. ards associated within these five fields. The content
It also covers office ergonomics in preventing physi- describes the safety hazards applied to chemical
cal injuries due to overexertion, lifting, slips, and falls. waste, confined spaces, electrical hazards, excava-
Catalog no. 53825, January 2009, 418 pp. tions/trenches, falls, flammable gases, and machine
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Industrial Industrial
Safety and Safety and
Health for Health for
Goods and People-
Materials Oriented
Services Services
Focusing on the safety requirements of the wholesale This is an instruction manual on managing a safe and
and retail trades, including warehousing, this healthy environment — one free of biological, chem-
detailed text describes the hazards associated with ical, and ergonomics hazards — while adhering to
chemicals, compressed gases, and fire. This resource OSHA regulations. In addition to addressing inter-
provides a comprehensive review of applicable safety ventions and preventive approaches to help ensure a
standards that impact these industries, and address- safe workplace and applicable safety standards, this
es how to work with OSHA in order to comply with book explains workplace fire prevention relating to
its regulations. It is a valuable reference for promot- hot processes and radiation (both ionizing and non-
ing safety in the workplace, and every manager in ionizing). Packed with real-world cases studies, illus-
these fields would benefit from an accessible copy. trations, and checklists, it provides guidance on
removal, delimiting, and mitigation of safety and
Catalog no. 53787, January 2009, 432 pp.
health hazards.
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New! Water Ethics

Management, Recycling Marcelino Botin
Water Forum 2007
and Reuse of Waste
Edited by
M. Ramon Llamas
Edited by Department of Geodynamics,
V. Goodship Complutense University, Madrid,
The University of Warwick, UK Spain

This reference provides a comprehensive review of Luis Martinez Cortina

the management, recycling, and reuse of waste com- Spanish Geological Survey
posites topic, focusing first on the management and (IGME), Spain
recycling of waste composites, then discussing ther- Aditi Mukherji
mal technologies such as pyrolysism, catalytic trans- International Water Management Institute (IWMI),
formation, and thermal treatment for energy recov- Colombo, Sri Lanka
ery. It then examines the quality and use of recycled
materials, outlines future trends, and supplies case Water Ethics discusses the role of ethics in the deep
studies including end-of-life wind turbine blades, roots, values, and the potential commonalities of the
aerospace composites, marine composites, compos- global water policy. Experts from different cultural,
ites in construction and the recycling of concrete. geographic, and religious backgrounds discuss differ-
ent ethical points of view, not with the intention to
Catalog no. N10005, November 2009, 500 pp. reach a common declaration or moral blueprint, but
ISBN: 978-1-4398-0104-8, $249.95 / £160.00 to exchange ideas and enhance the debate how eth-
ical considerations can play a more significant and
explicit role in water development and management.
The book explores the role of ethics and the poten-
tial values that could frame global water policy.
Catalog no. K00059, March 2009, 368 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-415-47303-3, $149.95 / £89.00

Introduction to
Management United States
Edited by
Water Law
An Introduction
Mary K. Theodore and
Louis Theodore John W. Johnson
Manhattan College, Riverdale, Environmental Attorney,
New York, USA Washington State Bar

Translating complex environmental issues into under- A concise examination of different aspects of law and
standable concepts, this text is useful to everyone policy, this volume reviews the different systems for
from students to professionals. It provides detailed determining water rights in the United States. The
material on the Superfund program as an example book looks at the systems used in the west, which
on how to get involved. Pressing issues regarding the take into account the arid nature of the climate and
effects of nanotechnology and global climate change the vast amount of government-owned property,
on the environment emphasizes the need for educa- and contrasts those against systems in the east,
tion and action. An accompanying website with con- which are largely based on ownership of riparian
tinuous updates, PowerPoint slides, practice prob- land. Special sections are included, which deal with
lems, solutions, and exams provides versatility for this Native American rights, environmental regulation,
everlasting resource. nuisance and tort law, and social theory. The materi-
al is supplemented with tables of cases and statutes,
Catalog no. 89072, October 2009, 556 pp. as well as a glossary and a list of web links for all 50
ISBN: 978-1-4200-8907-3, $99.95 / £49.99 state codes.
Catalog no. 86413, January 2009, 424 pp.
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NEPA and Principles of

Environmental Water Law and
Planning Administration
Tools, Techniques, National and
and Approaches for International 2nd
Practitioners edition, revised and
Edited by updated by Marcella
Charles H. Eccleston
Environmental Planning and Dante A. Caponera
NEPA Services Inc., Richland, Washington, USA Consultant on Water Law and Administration, Rome, Italy
A tool for predicting environmental impacts, the Marcella Nanni
National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) can also be Expert in Water Law and Administration, Bologna, Italy
used to predict the impacts of natural disasters and
potential terrorist attacks. This book demonstrates This multidisciplinary text covers general issues and
how to use NEPA as a framework to support decision- principles of water law and administration at the
making. It includes examples that demonstrate national and international level. It includes informa-
how NEPA can be efficiently integrated with other tion on countries previously a part of the former
processes, such as ISO 14001, P2, and Adaptive Soviet Union and added emphasis on areas of grow-
Management. It provides proven tools, techniques, ing topical importance such as stakeholders’ influ-
and approaches for streamlining NEPA and environ- ence on decisions, the need to maintain flow in water
mental planning strategies that reduce the potential bodies, and the necessity for legislation in support of
for controversy and criticism. water resource monitoring. The work heavily refer-
ences the European Union Water Frameworks
Catalog no. 7559, 2008, 448 pp. Directive.
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Catalog no. SW5838, 2007, 290 pp.
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Corporate Environmental
Environmental Policy and
Management Public Health
John Darabaris Barry L. Johnson
Denver Federal Center, Colorado, Emory University, Atlanta,
USA Georgia, USA
The myriad environmental concerns facing modern Delineating the delicate relationship between envi-
corporations force managers through a minefield of ronmental policy and public health, this book
regulatory, managerial, and technical issues. This explores the development of environmental health
book addresses these three areas in a comprehensive policies, the statutes that address public health con-
and detailed manner. The author offers clear guid- cerns about specific environmental hazards, and pol-
ance on how to develop, implement, and independ- icy issues that impact environmental health pro-
ently assess sophisticated corporate environmental grams. It focuses on environmental hazards, includ-
management programs and related activities. He ing air contamination, water pollution, unsafe food,
employs an approach that will be readily familiar to and hazardous waste, that have been associated with
readers with a business background, using graphical degraded human health. Featuring over 80 essay
aids to quickly and clearly illustrate each point. He questions, the book gives a historical perspective and
also explores risk and emergency management describes how risk assessment has become integral in
issues. environmental health legislation.
Catalog no. 55461, 2008, 224 pp. Catalog no. 8434, 2007, 496 pp.
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Life Cycle
Costing Law for the
David Hunkeler Expert
AQUA+TECH Specialties, Witness
Geneva, Switzerland
Third Edition
Kerstin Lichtenvort Daniel A. Bronstein
European Union
Michigan State University, East
Gerald Rebitzer Lansing, USA
Alcan Technology & Management, Neuhausen, This third edition of a bestseller addresses the practi-
Switzerland cal aspects of pre-trial discovery and the rules of evi-
Defining and illustrating the benefits of life cycle cost- dence. It features coverage of required disclosure,
ing, this book provides the fundamental basis on which must be made early in the litigation process as
which to establish a clear methodology in this area. a result of amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil
The editors present the link between life cycle costing Procedure. It also considers the disclosure of elec-
and life cycle assessment. Exploring public, private, tronic information, such as data and documents
and societal options, the text also includes several stored on computer. The book also presents a
case studies and explains all components of the detailed discussion of the physical arrangement of
method with reference to a single example. Simply courtrooms and how this may influence the use of
put, this book responds to the need for clarification exhibits and demonstrations at trial.
and benchmarks of life cycle costing. Catalog no. 4673X, 2007, 230 pp.
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Economics of Environment Methods in

and Development Environmental
Edited by Forensics
Pushpam Kumar Edited by
University of Delhi, India
Stephen M. Mudge
This book includes specially contributed articles by Bangor University, Anglesey, UK
acknowledged experts from all over the world. It cov-
ers critical areas like theory of externalities and mar- This comprehensive manual outlines the techniques
ket failure, valuation and accounting of environmen- for solving the mystery of an environmental contam-
tal impacts, economic instruments for industrial pol- ination catastrophe. It provides an overview of the
lution and environmental resources, poverty and path of an environmental case from its inception to
environmental degradation, and corporate environ- court testimony, then reviews the various scientific
mental management. The book also explores how to methods that have been used successfully in the past
make development more sustainable, micro eco- in solving environmental forensic cases. Detailed
nomics for ecological sustainability, and environmen- information is provided on chemical fingerprinting
tal policy in open economies. techniques applicable to ground water, soils, sedi-
ments, and air. Lastly, the scientific methods are
Catalog no. AB7067, 2008, 360 pp. examined from a legal perspective in a section on evi-
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Catalog no. 5007, January 2009, 408 pp.
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Environmental Population-
Assessment of Level Ecological
Estuarine Risk Assessment
Ecosystems Lawrence W. Barnthouse
A Case Study LWB Environmental Services,
Inc., Hamilton, Ohio, USA
Edited by
Wayne R. Munns, Jr.
Claude Amiard-Triquet U.S. Environmental Protection
Universite de Nantes, SMAB, Agency, Narragansett, Rhode
Nantes Cedex, France Island, USA
Philip S. Rainbow Mary T. Sorensen
The Natural History Museum, London, UK ENVIRON International Corp., Atlanta, Georgia, USA
With contributions from international experts, this "Practitioners of ecological risk assessment owe it
reference covers all aspects of estuaries from the to themselves to read this book."
physiological to the economical. Using a comparative —Glenn Suter, SETAC Reviews Editor, in Integrated
case study of two French estuaries, the text demon- Environmental Assessment and Management, Vol. 4, No. 2
strates the state-of-the-art science required to assess
the estuary paradox. It covers the full spectrum of A toolbox of empirical and modeling methods, this
chemical and toxicological exposure and effects and book provides a foundation for designing and con-
a broad range of environmental issues and their solu- ducting population-level ecological risk assessments
tions. The information in this book can be used as a consistent with North American, European, and
benchmark when assessing, remediating, and apply- Japanese risk management approaches. It establishes
ing new developments to other estuaries. a framework for goals, methods, and data needs for
different assessment applications and for integrating
Catalog no. 62603, February 2009, 368 pp. population-level risk assessment into risk manage-
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Catalog no. 53329, 2008, 376 pp.
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Applied Risk
Management in Ecological Risk
Agriculture Assessment
Second Edition
Edited by
Glenn W. Suter II
Dana L. Hoag U.S. Environmental Protection
Colorado State University, USA Agency, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Making complex principles easily accessible, without "… this book is, without question, the definitive
compromising the rigor needed to manage risks reference on the current practice of ERA … Suter
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and a strategic framework to organize and develop a
relevant and practical risk management plan. The
squarely on providing clear, scientifically
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decision-making processes; and the prediction and instruction …"
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( designed to help users 2008, Vol. 4, No. 1
learn and apply the 10 risk management steps. The Reorganized to present a unified process of ERA that
book also discusses of traditional risk management, is applicable to various problems, scales, and man-
providing complete coverage of risk management. dates, this second edition provides clear, scientifically
Catalog no. K10486, October 2009, 419 pp. sound, and unbiased technical advice on the risks
ISBN: 978-1-4398-0973-0, $79.95 / £49.99 from chemicals and chemical mixtures.
Catalog no. L1634, 2007, 680 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-56670-634-6, $114.95 / £72.99

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Environmental and Ecological Risk Assessment

Economic Mining and the

Evaluation Environment
and Risk From Ore to Metal
Karlheinz Spitz
Analysis of Environmental Resources
Mineral Projects Management, Perth, Australia
Edited by John Trudinger
Trudinger Consulting, St. Kilda,
Jerzy Kicki and
Eugeniusz J. Sobczyk
This practice-oriented refer-
A detailed review of research and practice concerning ence identifies the wide range of social and environ-
economic evaluation and risk analysis of mineral proj- mental issues pertaining to mining with particular ref-
ects, this book also includes a special section on erence to developing countries. Based on the authors
recovery and utilization of coal mine methane. It dis- experience and illustrative case studies, the book
cusses standards for mineral asset valuation, mineral presents practical approaches on how to make min-
asset valuation methods, and methods of risk analysis ing a sustainable economic activity. It touches on the
projects. The book also covers remote sensing to origin and growth of global awareness of environ-
assess primary impact, treatment of sealed-off coal mental issues and how this has affected regulatory
mine fires, sustainable development in mine closure, approaches to environmental protection, including
and monitoring of natural hazards and safety issues. the now nearly universal environmental impact
Catalog no. SW126X, 2008, 171 pp. assessment (EIA) process for new mine develop-
ISBN: 978-0-415-46126-9, $109.00 / £69.99 ments.
Catalog no. SW5095, January 2009, 900 pp.
New! ISBN: 978-0-415-46509-0, $264.95 / £169.00

The Ecology, New!
Biodiversity and Geotechnical
Bioremediation Slope Analysis
Potential of
Microorganisms in Robin Chowdhury
Emeritus Professor, University of
Extremely Cold Wollongong, Wollongong, NSW,
Environments Australia University of
Wollongong, NSW, Australia
Edited by
Phil Flentje
Asim K. Bej University of Wollongong, NSW,
University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA Australia
Jackie Aislabie Gautam Bhattacharya
Landcare Research, Hamilton, New Zealand Bengal Engineering University, West Bengal, India
Ronald M. Atlas For a number of reasons, including the increasing fre-
University of Louisville, Kentucky, USA quency and impact of natural hazards such as land-
The only book to cover the breadth of microbial ecol- slides triggered by rainstorms and earthquakes, the
ogy and diversity in polar regions with an emphasis importance of slope analysis has increased signifi-
on bioremediation, Polar Microbiology examines cantly. A critical and balanced overview of the engi-
the diversity of polar microorganisms and their abili- neering performance of slopes, this second edition
ty to degrade petroleum hydrocarbon contaminants maintains its original focus on the geotechnical
in polar terrestrial and aquatic environments. aspects of slope analysis for individual sites. It high-
Providing a unique perspective of these microorgan- lights recent developments and current and future
isms in extremely cold temperatures, the book focus- challenges. Keeping the format and flavor of the first
es on their taxonomy, physiology, biochemistry, pop- edition, this edition includes examples and case stud-
ulation structure, bioremediation potential, and ies wherever possible.
potential for biotechnology applications. Catalog no. SW9740, November 2009, 762 pp.
Catalog no. 83848, December 2009, 424 pp. ISBN: 978-0-415-46974-6, $179.95 / £109.00
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Environmental Modeling and Systems Analysis

Interlinking of Global Mapping

Rivers in India of Human
Issues and Concerns Settlement
Edited by Experiences,
M. Monirul Qader Mirza Datasets, and
University of Toronto, Canada Prospects
Ahsan Uddin Ahmed Edited by
and Qazi Paolo Gamba
Kholiquzzaman Ahmad University of Pavia, Italy
Bangladesh Unnayan Parishad (BUP), Dhaka
Martin Herold
An examination of the complex issue of human inter- FSU JENA, Germany
ventions in natural systems and their profound envi-
ronmental, social, economic, and political implica- This volume provides a comprehensive overview of
tions, this book discusses India's plan to interlink its the methodologies, datasets, and approaches related
rivers and the implications of this for water supply in to the use of remotely sensed data to map human
other cobasin countries. It reviews risks and critical settlements at the global scale. The contributors
disadvantages, then offers viable less-risky solutions describe the characteristics of human settlements as
for water resource development. It explores the pos- seen and mapped from remote sensors, either at the
sibility that the interlinking plan is economically pro- regional or global scale. They also discuss the spectral
hibitive, fraught with uncertainties, and has poten- variety, special scales, and nighttime appearance as
tially disastrous and irreversible adverse after-effects. key remote sensing indicators of these environments.
A supplemental DVD is included.
Catalog no. SW469X, January 2009, 320 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-415-40469-3, $109.95 / £69.99 Catalog no. 83392, June 2009, 374 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-4200-8339-2, $129.95 / £78.99

Environmental New!
Modeling GIS,
A Practical Environmental
Introduction Modeling and
Michael J. Barnsley
Swansea University, Wales, UK
"...moves along step-by-
Second Edition
step, detail-by-detail with Allan Brimicombe
numerous figures and University of East London, UK
examples … I plan to use "Brimicombe’s rich experi-
Environmental Modeling and recommend this ence clearly shows."
helpful book to other professors and modelers." —Muki Haklay, University College London, in
—Anthony J. (Tony) Sada on Environment and Planning B
"… The author takes a practical approach This book first defines GIS, then examines it from a
throughout … the book will be a valuable tool technological perspective, exploring its evolution and
…" its synergies with other technologies. It examines
modeling and its role within environmental science
—International Journal of Environmental Analytical
and engineering, then moves on to discuss how GIS
and simulation modeling are joined, covering issues
"… a clear, relevant, and practical book ... such as interoperability, data quality, model validity,
Highly recommended... " space-time dynamics, and decision-support systems.
—N. W. Hinman, University of Montana, in CHOICE, Catalog no. K10429, December 2009, 378 pp.
Vol. 45, No. 2
ISBN: 978-1-4398-0870-2, $99.95 / £63.99
Catalog no. TF1613, 2007, 432 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-415-30054-4, $99.95 / £63.99

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Environmental Modeling and Systems Analysis / Ecology

New! New!
New Frontiers The Conversion
in Urban to Sustainable
Analysis Agriculture
In Honor of Atsuyuki Principles, Processes,
Okabe and Practices
Edited by Edited by
Yasushi Asami, Yukio Stephen R. Gliessman
Sadahiro, and Toru University of California, Santa
Ishikawa Cruz, USA
University of Tokyo, Japan Martha Rosemeyer
Bringing together the world’s leading experts in Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington, USA
urban analysis, this volume applies the theories and A comprehensive reference for agricultural practition-
models of Atsuyuko Okabe, Japan’s preeminent spa- ers, this book provides an in-depth analysis of the
tial analyst, to case studies in urban planning, trans- transition process for making farms more energy effi-
port, administration, and public health in the context cient and environmentally friendly. The authors
of the highly advanced Japanese planning system. It explore the ways to lessen the dependency on fossil
includes information that has never appeared in fuels and pesticides and examine each step in the
English, covering the development of techniques in conversion process. The book describes the process
GIS, spatial modeling, and methodologies of spatial of monitoring change toward sustainable agriculture
analysis as they are applied to urban environments. while integrating social and economic analysis within
Catalog no. K10134, June 2009, 272 pp. scientific practices. It also includes various interna-
ISBN: 978-1-4398-0252-6, $139.95 / £85.00 tional case studies and presents many practical appli-
Catalog no. 1917, December 2009, 368 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-8493-1917-4, $89.95 / £57.99

Phosphorus in New!
the Fractals and
Environment Multifractals in
Edited by Ecology and
David E. Radcliffe and Aquatic Science
Miguel L. Cabrera Laurent Seuront
University of Georgia, Athens, Flinders University, Adelaide,
USA Australia
Written by acknowledged experts in the field, Fractals and Multifractals in Ecology and Aquatic
Modeling Phosphorus in the Environment com- Science provides scientists with a basic understand-
bines traditional models with new approaches ing of fractals and multifractals and the techniques
derived from modern technology and assesses the that utilize them in analyzing ecological phenome-
current state of modeling P. It allows researchers, non. These techniques are especially valuable for ana-
engineering consultants, soil and groundwater scien- lyzing spatial data sets and physical-biological cou-
tists, regulators, and others to access and consider all plings at different spatial and/or temporal scales.
the models available for predicting the fate of phos- Written in a step-by-step fashion, this volume demys-
phorus in the environment, so they can readily select tifies the techniques, which are often regarded as too
the model that best fits their own situation. complex , and provides an intuitive as well as a for-
Catalog no. 3777, 2007, 432 pp. mal view for a wide variety of ecological situations
and their solutions.
ISBN: 978-0-8493-3777-2, $144.95 / £92.00
Catalog no. 2782, October 2009, 360 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-8493-2782-7, $89.95 / £57.99

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New! New!
Environmental Data Mining for
and Ecological Global Trends
Statistics in Mountain
with R Biodiversity
Song S. Qian Edited by
Nicholas School of the
Environment, Duke University,
Eva M. Spehn and
Durham, North Carolina, USA Christian Körner
University of Basel, Switzerland
Emphasizing the inductive nature of statistical think-
ing, this text connects applied statistics to the envi- Thanks to advances in electronic archiving of biodi-
ronmental and ecological fields. It follows the gener- versity data and the digitization of climate and other
al approach to solving a statistical modeling problem, geophysical data, a new era in biogeography, func-
covering model specification, parameter estimation, tional ecology, and evolutionary ecology has begun.
and model evaluation. The text explains how to con- In this book, Christian Körner, Eva M. Spehn, and a
duct data analysis, discusses simulation for model team of experts from the Global Mountain
checking, and presents multilevel regression models. Biodiversity Assessment of DIVERSITAS explore two of
The author uses many examples to illustrate the sta- the hottest subjects in science and technology: biodi-
tistical models and presents R implementations of the versity and data mining. They also demonstrate how
models. The data sets and R scripts used in the book to harness the scientific power of biological databas-
are available online. es for furthering ecological and evolutionary theory.
Catalog no. C6206, August 2009, 440 pp. Catalog no. 83694, September 2009, 200 pp.
Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4200-6206-9 ISBN: 978-1-4200-8369-9, $109.95 / £69.99
$79.95 / £49.99

New! Agroecosystem
Urban Wildlife Management
Management Integrating Ecology,
Second Edition Economics, and
Clark E. Adams Society
Texas A&M University, College Edited by
Station, USA
Patrick J. Bohlen
Kieran J. Lindsey Mac Arthur Agroecology
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, USA Research Center, Lake Placid, Florida, USA
This second edition of Urban Wildlife Management Gar House
provides an in-depth examination of the issues that
have led to the need for human-wildlife interface "Concepts, principles, ecological foundations, and
management strategies. Fully expanded and revised, multifunctionality provide food for thought and
it features a new chapter on zoonotic diseases and action … takes agroecology to the next level."
another on economic issues. It also includes an —Stephen Gliessman, Alfred and Ruth Heller Professor
expanded section on urban soils and assessment of of Agroecology, University of California, Santa Cruz
urban aquatic systems. It is based on fundamental "… represents the leading edge of thinking and
principles of ecology as they relate to human-domi-
research … required reading for anyone involved
nated landscapes, incorporating political, economic,
and societal issues relevant to the development of in agriculture at any level."
proactive management planning. —Richard Heinberg, Author, Senior Fellow, Post
Carbon Institute
Catalog no. K10251, December 2009, 432 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-4398-0460-5, $99.95 / £63.99
"A superb compendium of the latest thinking …"
—Kurt Cobb, Energy and Environmental Writer,
Resource Insights, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA
Catalog no. 52144, March 2009, 328 pp.
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Holocene Invasive
Palaeo- Plants and
environmental Forest
History of the Ecosystems
Central Sahara Edited by
Edited by Ravinder Kumar Kohli,
Roland Baumhauer Shibu Jose,
Johann Wolfgang Goethe Harminder Pal Singh,
University, Frankfurt am Main, and Daizy Rani Batish
Germany This book provides updated information on invading
Jürgen Runge plants, their impacts on forest ecosystems, and con-
University of Frankfurt, Germany trol strategies. It addresses important issues such as
the socioeconomic and policy aspects of plant inva-
The environmental setting within the Central Sahara sion and offers complete coverage of their ecological
was subject to considerable changes during Late impacts and the varied levels of threats in diverse sit-
Quarternary, mainly driven by major global climate uations. The editors and chapter authors take an inte-
variations, although human impact increased con- grated approach to the onslaught of invasive species,
stantly during the Early Holocene. This volume focus- spotlighting the challenges they pose in the mainte-
es on the dynamics of the Central Sahara. It covers nance of biological diversity and the sustainable pro-
Late Pleistocene and Holocene landscape evolution in duction of forest wealth.
the lower latitudes of Africa. It explores environmen-
tal changes in desert ecosystems in the past and at Catalog no. 43374, January 2009, 456 pp.
present and related development problems of ISBN: 978-1-4200-4337-2, $129.95 / £82.00
Saharan countries, especially ecologists, botanists,
earth scientists, and climatologists.
Catalog no. K00042, February 2009, 274 pp. Integrated
ISBN: 978-0-415-48256-1, $139.95 / £74.50 Assessment of
Health and
Adequate Food Sustainability
for All of
Culture, Science, and Agroecosystems
Technology of Food Thomas Gitau
in the 21st Century West Lafayette, Indiana, USA
Edited by Margaret W. Gitau
Wilson G. Pond and Tallahassee, Florida, USA
Dan L. Brown David Waltner-Toews
Cornell University, Ithaca, New University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada
York, USA
From the Foreword
Buford L. Nichols
Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas, USA “… clearly written and provides a great deal of
While access to affordable food is the norm for some, practical information as well as addresses theo-
it is not a reality for all. This comprehensive interdis- retical and systems issues in depth.”
ciplinary book explores way to find solutions to the —Clive A. Edwards, Ohio State University, Columbus,
ever-increasing problem of food supply. Critical in its USA
analysis, but still taking an optimistic view, the text This book demonstrates the potential of the agroe-
discusses the practical problems of both nutrient cosystem health paradigm as a framework in the
excesses and deficiencies. Adequate Food for All is decision-making processes of agricultural communi-
divided into covers food and agriculture in history, ties in a tropical highlands area. It links human health
foods by choice, required nutrients, foods and health, and well-being issues with agroecosystem sustain-
food production, and global food security. ability. The authors draw on management theory and
Catalog no. 77538, February 2009, 448 pp. practice, participatory action research, and ecologi-
ISBN: 978-1-4200-7753-7, $99.95 / £60.99 cally based complex systems theories.
Catalog no. 72773, 2008, 256 pp.
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Approaches for Ecological
Pest Basis of
Management Agroforestry
Edited by
and Ecological
Sustainability Daizy Rani Batish,
Ravinder Kumar Kohli,
Hari C. Sharma Shibu Jose, and
International Crops Research Harminder Pal Singh
Institute, Patancheru, Andhra,
Pradesh, India Drawing on the collective expertise of world authori-
ties in the field, this volume employs extensive use of
This comprehensive treatise explores how biotech-
tables and figures to demonstrate how ecologically
nology can be used in pest management for sustain-
sustainable agroecosystems can meet the challenges
able crop production, the biosafety of transgenic
of enhancing crop productivity, soil fertility, and envi-
crops, and environmental conservation. It discusses
ronmental sustainability. It studies tree-crop interac-
bioassay techniques for mapping populations and
tions in tropical and temperate climates as well as
the efficacy of transgenic plants for pest manage-
above and below ground interactions, alley crop-
ment. The book also presents an in-depth analysis of
ping, tri-trophic interactions, ecologically based pest
interaction of transgenic plants with non-target
management, and the chemistry and practical poten-
organisms in the environment and discusses the
tial of chemically mediated plant interactions.
biosafety of food, feed, and forage derived from
genetically modified crops. Catalog no. 43277, 2008, 400 pp.
Catalog no. 21631, January 2009, 546 pp. ISBN: 978-1-4200-4327-3, $119.95 / £76.99
ISBN: 978-1-56022-163-0, $129.95 / £82.00

Food Emerging
Exploitation by Markets for
Social Insects Ecosystem
Ecological, Services
Behavioral, and A Case Study of the
Theoretical Panama Canal
Approaches Watershed
Edited by Bradford S. Gentry,
Stefan Jarau Quint Newcomer,
University of Ulm, Germany Shimon C. Anisfeld,
and Michael A. Fotos
Michael Hrncir
University Sau Paulo, Brazil Emerging Markets for Ecosystem Services: A
Case Study of the Panama Canal Watershed pro-
Integrating the immense, but widely scattered, pub- vides an integrated, interdisciplinary methodological
lished data with contributions from preeminent approach for evaluating market opportunities for
active researchers, this book covers foraging ecology, watershed services, carbon sequestration, and biodi-
individual search and social recruitment behaviors, versity protection. Using the Panama Canal
and theoretical models of foraging and food exploita- Watershed as a case study example, this probing
tion among ants, bees, and wasps. It employs math- resource addresses the main questions often asked
ematical models to map coordinate processes and about the various practical aspects of the emerging
unites traditional studies with theoretical approaches. markets for ecosystem services, including quantifying
By cross referencing information and concluding value, payment structure, and equitable distribution
with a synthesis chapter, the authors ensure a com- of benefits.
plete understanding of the interrelationship between
various disciplines. Catalog no. HW15461, 2008
ISBN: 978-1-56022-173-9, $154.95 / £98.00
Catalog no. 75608, May 2009, 360 pp.
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Food, Energy, Environmental
and Society Sustainability
Considerations for
Third Edition
the Future
Edited by
Manjit S. Kang
David Pimentel and Punjab Agricultural University,
Marcia H. Pimentel Ludhiana, India
“I use this book all the time, and have found it "It gives an excellent review of the concepts,
to be one of the best in the field for useful facts issues, approaches, methods, and achievements
and tables linking over-population, energy made so far on agricultural and environmental
requirements, and food production.” sustainability …"
—Stephen R. Gliessman, University of California, Santa —Piara Singh in Agricultural Systems, Vol. 97, No. 1-2,
Cruz, USA 2008
This third edition discusses the interdependency of This book provides research results and vital informa-
food, energy, water, land, and biological resources. It tion on the process of producing an enduring food
includes added material on livestock production and supply that is healthy for consumers and does not
energy use, the impacts of pesticides on the environ- harm the environment. Internationally respected
ment, and the conservation of biodiversity in agricul- experts provide diverse perspectives on the issues
tural, forestry, and marine systems. and problems in striving for a safe, continuous food
Catalog no. 46675, 2008, 400 pp. supply that is stable for future generations.
ISBN: 978-1-4200-4667-0, $89.95 / £57.99 Catalog no. HW15231, 2007
ISBN: 978-1-56022-170-8, $83.95 / £53.99
Plant Ecology
Second Edition
Edited by
Francisco I. Pugnaire Predator-Prey
Aria Zones Experiment Station,
Almeira, Spain
The Role of
Fernando Valladares
Centro De Ciencias
Medioambientales, Madrid, Michael R. Conover
Spain Utah State University, Wildlife
"… a well-structured handbook covering most Resources Department, Logan,
trends in the field with interesting details. It is USA
highly recommended not only to ecologists, but “… Conover’s book has laid the foundation for
to all biologists." future research on olfactory predators and their
—Photosynthetica prey.”
"… an admirable job of outlining a research — Barbara Clucas, University of California-Davis, in
landscape which will likely grow in importance in
the post-genomics era as plant biologists return Presenting an abundance of scientific evidence on
to the long-standing question of understanding olfaction and olfactory concealment, Predator-Prey
Dynamics reshapes the common view of animal
plant function diversity …"
behavior. The author suggests that a number of pre-
—Phytochemistry dictable factors can reduce the olfactory predator’s
"… contains comprehensive, authoritative, origi- ability to locate prey. Using published literature to
nal reviews of numerous, wide-ranging topics … test predictions, this information assists in the man-
Highly recommended." agement of olfactory predators and their prey.
—W. Loescher, Michigan State in CHOICE, Catalog no. 9270, 2007, 264 pp.
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Patterns in
Agroecology Ecology and
The Ecology of Epidemiology
Food Systems, Theory, Models, and
Second Edition Simulation
Horst Malchow
Stephen R. Gliessman
University of Osnabrueck,
University of California, Santa
Cruz, USA
Stephen Gliessman's complementary volumes are Sergei V. Petrovskii
now available together for one low price. The second University of Leicester, UK
edition of Agroecology presents new data, readings, Ezio Venturino
case studies, and options as well as more emphasis Universite degli Studi di Torino, Italy
on topics such as the values, beliefs, and ethics of sus-
tainable food systems. The second edition of Field Reviewing the significant progress made in under-
and Laboratory Investigations in Agroecology standing spatiotemporal patterning in ecological and
facilitates hands-on, experimental learning that epidemiological systems, this resource shows that
involves close observation, creative interpretation, mathematical modeling and numerical simulations
and constant questioning of findings. are effective tools in the study of population ecology
and epidemiology. It takes a unified approach to pop-
Catalog no. 53760, 2007 ulation dynamics and epidemiology by presenting
ISBN: 978-1-4200-5376-0, $89.95 / £51.99 several ecoepidemiological models that combine the
basic interspecies interactions of population dynam-
ics and the impact of an infectious disease. It includes
Also sold separately a CD-ROM with examples of MATLAB® codes.
Catalog no. C6749, 2008, 464 pp.
Agroecology ISBN: 978-1-58488-674-7, $93.95 / £59.99

The Ecology of
Sustainable Wildlife Science
Food Systems, Linking Ecological
Second Edition Theory and
Stephen R. Gliessman Management
University of California, Santa Applications
Cruz, USA
Edited by
Catalog no. 2845
2007, 408 pp. Timothy E. Fulbright
ISBN: 978-0-8493-2845-9 and David G. Hewitt
Texas A&M University -
$69.95 / £40.99
Kingsville, Caesar Kleberg Wildlife
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“… a fine addition to the libraries of profession-
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Laboratory refuges, and regional offices of agencies."
Investigations —James H. Shaw, Department of Natural Resource
Ecology and Management, Oklahoma State University,
in Agroecology in The Journal of Wildlife Management, Vol. 72, No. 3
Second Edition A compilation of the scientific papers presented at
Stephen R. Gliessman the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute's 25th
University of California, Santa Anniversary Conference of April 2006, this book elu-
Cruz, USA cidates the theoretical underpinnings of wildlife man-
agement and applies evolving ecological concepts to
Catalog no. 2846
changes and adaptations in management practices.
2007, 320 pp., Soft Cover
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Niche Databases
Modeling Techniques, Politics,
Predictions from and Applications
Statistical Edited by
Distributions Gordon B. Curry
David Stockwell University of Glasgow, Scotland
University of California, San Chris J. Humphries
Diego, LaJolla, USA The Natural History Museum,
Through theory, applications, and examples of infer- London, UK
ences, this book shows how to conduct and evaluate “… addresses many of the new features of the
ecological niche modeling (ENM) projects in any area types of databases now in service … focuses on
of application. It features a series of theoretical and best practices and applications as they describe
practical exercises in developing and evaluating eco- concepts and installations …”
logical niche models using a range of software sup-
plied on an accompanying CD. These cover geo- —SciTech Book News
graphic information systems, multivariate modeling, "… indispensable for those who would build or
artificial intelligence methods, data handling, and use an electronic repository of taxonomic infor-
information infrastructure. The author then features mation previously contained only in such analog
applications of predictive modeling methods with formats as herbaria or specimen labels, mapping
reference to valid inference from assumptions. projects, tissue culture collections, etc.”
Catalog no. C4940, 2007, 224 pp. —K.A. Newman, University of Illinois at Urbana-
ISBN: 978-1-58488-494-1, $97.95 / £61.99 Champaign, in CHOICE: Current Review for Academic
Libraries, Vol. 45, No. 3
Catalog no. TF1756, 2007, 208 pp.
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Principles of
Biology of Modeling
the Southern Uncertainties in
Ocean Spatial Data
Second Edition and Spatial
George A. Knox Analyses
University of Canterbury,
Christchurch, New Zealand Wenzhong Shi
“… gives us a perspective on Southern Ocean The Hong Kong Polytech University, Kowloon
biology that is unique. This book, like its prede- Modeling uncertainties in geographic information
cessor, is sure to become a standard reference for science is essential to the development of the field.
Southern Ocean research." This book addresses one of the fundamental theoret-
ical issues: uncertainties in spatial data and analysis.
—Eileen E. Hofmann, in Antarctic Science, Vol. 20, No.
Along with the latest research findings, the text pro-
vides methods to control uncertainties in GIS appli-
"That a single author could compile a work of cations. The author contributes his own unique
such breadth is astounding … With its compre- research in modeling positional uncertainty based on
hensive coverage and vast list of references, this probability theory and statistics. New areas, such as
is an indispensable reference …" uncertainty-based spatial mining, are introduced pro-
viding a new prospective on the theory and applica-
—G.C. Jensen, University of Washington, in CHOICE:
tions of GIS.
Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, Vol. 45, No. 2
Catalog no. 59270, September 2009, 432 pp.
Catalog no. 3394, 2007, 640 pp.
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Ecology / Resource Management and Sustainability

Hyperspectral New!
Remote Sensing Social-
of Tropical and Environmental
Subtropical Planning
Forests The Design Interface
Edited by Between Everyforest
Margaret Kalacska and Everycity
McGill University, Montreal, Chris Maser
Quebec, Canada Consultant, Corvallis, Oregon,
Arturo Sanchez-Azofeifa
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada Based on the author’s 40 years of experience, this
book discusses the sustainability of the planet and its
"… an enormous contribution to the hyperspec-
population when dealing with climate change. The
tral remote sensing community … helps consoli- book focuses on community based solutions and
date knowledge and will stimulate creative and how the heavy lifting of sustainability will always be
insightful thinking …" done inside existing cities and communities. The
—Steven R. Schill, Senior Scientist, The Nature author explores the reciprocal interface between
Conservancy, San Jose, Costa Rica in Photogrammetric communities and the landscape how, when this
Engineering & Remote Sensing, Vol. 75, No. 2 interface is includes in government agencies, it can
This unique peer-reviewed volume illustrates the create solutions that work.
potential of hyperspectral remote sensing with Catalog no. K10751, September 2009, 328 pp.
regard to a variety of forest applications, with specif- ISBN: 978-1-4398-1459-8, $69.95 / £44.99
ic consideration for tropical forest ecosystems. A CD
including additional hyperspectral color images is
Catalog no. 53418, 2008, 352 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-4200-5341-8, $129.95 / £82.00

New! Green Facilities

Sustainable Handbook
Development Simple & Profitable
Principles, Frameworks, Strategies for
and Case Studies Managers
Edited by Eric A. Woodroof
Sales Improvement Consultant,
Okechukwu Ukaga, Johnson Controls, Wisconsin,
Chris Maser, and USA
Michael Reichenbach The Green Facilities Handbook clearly explains why
An exploration of the human-related aspects of sus- green business is good business and delineates prac-
tainable development, this book emphasizes the tical strategies to green your operations in energy
need to move away from an unwanted circumstance and management. The book explores issues in the
by being systemic in our thinking instead of sympto- greening of a facility, including janitorial considera-
matic. The authors argue that we cannot move away tions, fuel choices for fleets, and recycling. Additional
from an unwanted, negative circumstance, unless we information is provided on carbon reduction termi-
can move toward a desired, positive outcome. nology, monitoring and reporting, and carbon trad-
Revealing the multidimensional nature of sustainable ing as well as offset strategies. Special bonus chapters
development, the text summarizes positive include valuable information on financing and proce-
approaches and presents strong theoretical and his- dures for “green” marketing.
torical pieces along with salient case examples that Catalog no. FP8490, March 2009, 300 pp.
illustrate the desired outcome of each model or ISBN: 978-1-4200-8490-0, $119.95 / £76.99
framework discussed.
Catalog no. K11090, January 2010, c. 238 pp.
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Land Use Environmental

Scenarios Management,
Environmental Sustainable
Consequences of Development
and Human
Alan W. Shearer,
David A. Mouat,
Scott D. Bassett, Edited by
Michael W. Binford, E.N. Laboy-Nieves,
Craig W. Johnson, F.C. Schaffner,
Justin A. Saarinen, Alan W. Gertler, and A. Abdelhadi, and M.F.A. Goosen
Julide Koracin Edited by experts, this book covers recent advances
This book explains geographic vulnerability analysis, in environmental management and sustainable
which takes into consideration possible scenarios development as they relates to human health. The
about how and when future patterns of land use book combines coverage of state-of-the-art knowl-
might develop. It points to consideration of critical edge in environmental management and sustainable
uncertainties, those difficult to predict aspects of the development with how they can improve the overall
future that must be factored into decisions. This work health of society. It assesses some of the major envi-
aids managers and stakeholders to engage spatial ronmental problems facing developing and devel-
contingencies toward the goal of developing more oped regions of the world and suggests solutions for
resilient landscapes that can support a primary mis- resolving them. It discusses environmental education
sion as well as the conservation of natural resources. projects that help to raise awareness in young people
Catalog no. 92545, January 2009, 422 pp. about the interrelationships between pollution, the
ISBN: 978-1-4200-9254-7, $119.95 / £72.99 environment, and society.
Catalog no. K00082, January 2009, 594 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-415-46963-0, $179.95 / £114.00

Enhanced Investigation,
Stabilisation Remediation
of Municipal and Protection
Solid Waste in of Land
Bioreactor Resources
Edited by
Roberto Valencia Dieter D. Genske
ETH Department of
Vazquez Environmental Services, Zurich,
An examination of bioreactor landfills and how they Switzerland
can be used to avoid some of the negative impacts of Firmly based in soil science, this book addresses the
conventionally designed landfills, this book docu- fundamental science and engineering of land degra-
ments laboratory and pilot-scale experiments for dation and rehabilitation. It begins with a discussion
achieving a Final Storage Quality (FSO) of status of of natural ground profiles dealing with soil science
wastes that complies with the Waste Acceptance and the underlying geology, the functions of natural
Criteria (WAC) of the European Landfill Directive for ground, and ground engineering properties. The
inert waste. The research reduces current gaps in author then introduces three basic mechanisms of
knowledge and offers feasible technical alternatives ground degradation: erosion, chemical degradation,
to control and steer the processes occurring in a and physical degradation. He also covers remedia-
bioreactor landfill aiming to achieve FSQ status of tion, including strategies and techniques to investi-
residues. gate the ground and remediation measures.
Catalog no. K10420, January 2009, 158 pp. Catalog no. WH6021, 2008, 300 pp.
Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-0-415-47831-1 ISBN: 978-1-4200-6021-8, $124.95
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Climate Change Ecotextiles

and Terrestrial The Way Forward for
Carbon Sustainable
Development in
Sequestration Textiles
in Central Asia
Edited by
Edited by
M. Miraftab and
R. Lal, A.R. Horrocks
M. Suleimenov, The University of Bolton, UK
B.A. Stewart,
A carefully chosen and edited selection of 23 papers
D.O. Hansen, and P. Doraiswamy from the Ecotextile 2004 Conference held at the
Bringing together current knowledge of terrestrial C University of Bolton, this book explores recycling and
sequestration in Central Asia, this book covers bio- use of waste as raw materials in such areas as cloth-
physical environments, water resources, sustainable ing and carpet manufacture. It discusses sustainabili-
agriculture, soil degradation, the effects of irrigation ty and eco-design with papers on improved design,
schemes on secondary salinization, soil management use of sustainable fibers, and manufacturing tech-
and its relationship to carbon dynamics; the relation- niques. Subsequent chapters review sustainable
ship between forest management and carbon development and renewables, including composites
dynamics, economic analyses of land use practices, made from textile waste. They tackle waste manage-
issues in using GIS, remote sensing, and carbon ment in areas such as dyeing and effluent treatment.
budgeting and scaling. The 34-chapter volume is a
Catalog no. WP4444, 2007, 221 pp.
state-of-the-knowledge compendium on terrestrial C
sequestration in Central Asia. ISBN: 978-1-4200-4444-7, $259.95 / £144.00

Catalog no. SW2353, 2008, 512 pp.

ISBN: 978-0-415-42235-2, $159.95 / £99.00

Soil Carbon
Encyclopedia Management
of Energy Economic,
Engineering Environmental and
and Societal Benefits
Technology Edited by

Three-Volume Set J.M. Kimble,

C.W. Rice,
Edited by
D. Reed,
Barney L. Capehart S. Mooney,
University of Florida, R.F. Follett, and R. Lal
Gainesville, USA
"… carefully prepared and written … recom-
With contributions from more than 300 esteemed mended for a broad audience, including scien-
researchers and practitioners, this encyclopedia pres- tists and researchers working in the field of soil
ents nearly 200 topics related to the generation, pro-
science and agronomy … useful and inspiring."
duction, consumption, and conservation of power,
heat, and lighting. It covers energy efficiency and — K. Hura and T. Hura in Acta Physiol Plant
conservation opportunities, renewable and alterna- "… overview of economic and societal benefits
tive energy sources, the financial analysis of energy should provide researchers and others with valu-
systems, performance contracting, environmental able information not commonly reported in soil
regulations, global climate change, green develop-
ment, hydrogen-fueled vehicles, and much more.
science research publications. I found the sum-
Sponsored by the Association of Energy Engineers mary of federal, state, and private programs fos-
(AEE), this dynamic resource provides precise infor- tering soil carbon sequestration especially help-
mation that can make a difference in the quest for ful…"
energy efficiency. —Curtis J. Dell, in Journal of Environmental Quality, Vol.
Catalog no. DK653X, 2008, 1,936 pp. 37, No. 5
ISBN: 978-0-8493-3653-9 Catalog no. 44079, 2007, 280 pp.
$1,450.00/ £924.00 ISBN: 978-1-4200-4407-2, $129.95 / £82.00

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Resource Management and Sustainability

Handbook of Land Use

Globalization Change
and the Science, Policy and
Environment Management
Edited by Edited by

Khi V. Thai Richard J. Aspinall

Florida Atlantic University, Boca Macaulay Institute, Aberdeen,
Raton, USA UK

Dianne Rahm Michael J. Hill

University of Texas at San Antonio, USA University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, USA
"This book has a much stronger organization
Jerrell D. Coggburn
than many similar edited volumes because of the
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, USA
excellent introductory and concluding chapters
Proponents of globalization argue that it protects the that link the studies to relevant theories and core
global environment from degradation and promotes
science questions. Each of the book’s chapters
worldwide sustainable economic growth while oppo-
nents argue the exact opposite. Examining the local, can stand on its own, yet each also contributes
national, and international impacts of globalization, to the overall book theme of using case studies to
this book explores strategies and solutions that sup- develop better theory and methods to under-
port healthy economic growth, protect the environ- stand land change and to assist policy makers."
ment, and create a more equitable world. It presents —Darrell E. Napton, South Dakota State University, in
global environmental issues and politics, examines Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing, Vol. 75,
environmental management and accountability, and No. 6
explores global environmental organizations and insti-
tutions. It also addresses controversies in globalization Catalog no. 42963, 2008, 216 pp.
and the environment, including eco-terrorism. ISBN: 978-1-4200-4296-2, $104.95 / £66.99
Catalog no. DK3615, 2007, 616 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-57444-553-4, $104.95 / £66.99

Representing, Geographic
Modeling, and Information
Visualizing the Systems in
Natural Water
Environment Resources
Edited by Engineering
Nick Mount, Lynn E. Johnson
Gemma Harvey, University of Colorado, Denver,
Paul Aplin, and USA
Gary Priestnall This book provides a fundamental understanding of
This compilation of papers focuses on the application GIS, including how to develop and analyze geo-
of GIS technologies within the context of the natural graphic data, how to differentiate between the vari-
environment and identifies particular analytical chal- ous types of geographic data, and how to assess the
lenges. It illustrates the broader opportunities avail- operational requirements needed to implement GIS.
able when applying GIS to other areas of the sciences With an introduction to primary remote sensing as
and social sciences. The contributions explore the key well as methods of interpretation and analysis, the
themes of representation, modeling, and visualiza- text focuses on how GIS data can be applied to water
tion of the natural environment and encompass a resource analysis models. Such applications include
range of theoretical, methodological, and empirical water supply demand forecasting, hydrologic model-
issues based on a diverse range of environmental ing watersheds, modeling erosion, and non-point
applications of GIScience. sources of water pollution.

Catalog no. 55496, January 2009, 416 pp. Catalog no. 69136, January 2009, 328 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-4200-5549-8, $139.95 / £89.00 ISBN: 978-1-4200-6913-6, $119.95 / £76.99

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GIS for
Environmental Fundamentals
Decision- of
Making Environmental
Edited by Chemistry
Andrew Lovett and Third Edition
Katy Appleton Stanley E. Manahan
University of East Anglia, University of Missouri, Columbia,
Norwich, UK USA
"…an important and useful text for highlighting The third edition of a bestseller, this text expands its
the vital role that GIS can play in helping to scope to explore the emerging area that is broadly
make well informed decisions and aid planning." described as sustainability science and technology,
—D.M. Pearson, Charles Darwin University,
which includes green chemistry and industrial ecolo-
in Journal of Spatial Science
gy. It is designed for those who have little or no
knowledge of chemistry, but who need the basics of
With contributions from well-known experts, this chemical science for their course of study or profes-
book clearly illustrates how the use of GIS can make sion. The author takes an applied approach to the
significant contributions to trans-disciplinary initia- material and illustrates it with real-world examples.
tives to address environmental problems. The book
takes an interdisciplinary look at the capacities of GIS Catalog no. 52675, January 2009, 1048 pp.
to integrate, analyze, and display data on which deci- ISBN: 978-1-4200-5267-1, $89.95 / £57.99
sions must be based. It provides a broad prospective
on the current state of GIS for environmental deci-
sion-making and emphasizes the importance of mat-
ters related to data, analysis, modeling tools, and
stakeholder participation.
Catalog no. 7423, 2008, 288 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-8493-7423-4, $104.95 / £66.99

Elements of
New! and Kinetics,
Environmental Third Edition
Chemistry Kalliat T. Valsaraj
Louisiana State University, Baton
Ninth Edition Rouge, USA
Stanley E. Manahan Revised and updated, the third edition of this best-
University of Missouri, Columbia, selling textbook contains new problems and new
USA examples that better illustrate the theoretical aspects
Completely revised, the ninth edition retains the discussed. It also explores a number of new topics,
organizational structure that made past editions so including green chemistry and engineering, pollution
popular while updating coverage of principles, tools, prevention, and global climate change. Unlike similar
and techniques, providing fundamental understand- texts, the author covers chemical thermodynamics
ing of environmental chemistry and its applications. and kinetics in environmental processes and delin-
Written by environmental chemist Stanley Manahan, eates the distribution of pollutants and the interrela-
each edition has reflected the field’s shift of emphasis tionships between them. His clearly written presenta-
from pollution and its effects to its current emphasis tion gives students the ability to make chemical prop-
on sustainability. With clear explanations and real- erty estimations with only a limited chemistry back-
world examples, the book emphasizes the concepts ground.
essential to the practice of environmental science, Catalog no. 78194, June 2009, 484 pp.
technology, and chemistry. ISBN: 978-1-4200-7819-0, $99.95 / £49.99
Catalog no. 59203, December 2009, 792 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-4200-5920-5, $99.95 / £35.99

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Drain for Gain Essential

Making Water Environmental
Management Studies
Worth its Salt
Edited by
Subsurface Drainage
S.P. Misra
Practices in Irrigated Christ Church College, CSHM
Agriculture in Semi- University, Kanpur
arid and Arid S.N. Panday
Regions DAV College, Kanpur, India
Henk Ritzema This volume contains 50 chapters that provide com-
UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Sciences, Delft, The prehensive information in a simple and lucid form.
Netherlands Coverage includes natural resources (energy, land,
Based on eight case studies covering subsurface forests, water, food), conservation, biodiversity, pol-
drainage practices in Egypt, India, and Pakistan, this lution (air, water, soil, etc.) pollution prevention and
book discusses the role of subsurface drainage in remediation, social implications of pollution, environ-
reducing waterlogging and salinity problems in irri- mental law and regulation, human exposure to pol-
gated agriculture in arid and semi-arid regions. It lutants, population growth, sustainability, and more.
includes recommendations on how to improve sub- It also contains numerous illustrations, case studies,
surface drainage practices as well as planning, and sidebars. This book will be useful to readers in
design, implementation, and O&M practices. The environmental science fields, even those with negligi-
recommendations can also help to address issues ble bioscience backgrounds.
related to an enabling environment and the chang- Catalog no. AB7746, January 2009, 764 pp.
ing roles of institutions to improve farmers’ participa- ISBN: 978-1-4200-7746-9, $99.95 / £63.99
tion and organization.
Catalog no. K10707, March 2009, 224 pp.
Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-0-415-49857-9
$64.95 / £41.99

and the
The Science of Environment
Environmental Kathleen Sellers,
Pollution Christopher Mackay,
Second Edition Lynn L. Bergeson,
Stephen R. Clough,
Frank R. Spellman Marilyn Hoyt,
Old Dominion University, Julie Chen, Kim Henry,
Norfolk, Virginia, USA
and Jane Hamblen
This book focuses on pollution of the atmosphere,
surface and groundwater, and soil, demonstrating This volume provides a fundamental exploration of
the solution of pollution problems by using real- the properties of nanoscale materials, their fate and
world, cutting-edge technologies. Completely transport in the environment and in wastewater, and
revised and updated, the second edition includes implications for worker safety. Exploring developing
additional chapters on pharmaceuticals in water and environmental regulations, this text also discusses the
water scarcity. As in the first edition, this new book current and potential use of nanomaterials for envi-
provides environmental pollution information that is ronmental remediation. The book offers a cohesive
user-friendly and easy to comprehend—little empha- exposure of the most critical environmental issues
sis is placed on heavy math and/or science methods. associated with nanotechnology, along with the
framework for readers to understand and apply the
Catalog no. K10661, December 2009, 512 pp. information.
ISBN: 978-1-4398-1302-7, $119.95 / £76.99
Catalog no. 60198, January 2009, 296 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-4200-6019-5, $99.95 / £63.99

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Environmental Shrimps and
Aspects of Seagrass
Dredging Dynamics in
Edited by Shallow-Water
R.N. Bray Meadows off
On behalf of CEDA and IADC, Bolinao (New
Dredging Research Ltd,
Godalming, Surrey, UK Philippines)
"… an excellent presentation of the effects that Hildie Maria E. Nacorda
dredging has on the environment. The environ- This book covers the distribution of burrowing
mental effects of different dredging equipment, shrimp disturbance, the behavior of the snapping
the need for predredging investigations, the shrimp Alpheus macellarius in situ and as observed
necessity of monitoring environmental effects of from tank experiments, and the effects of short-term
the dredging, and the need to adapt dredging burial and leaf clipping on the growth patterns of the
procedures based on monitoring results are dominant seagrass Thalassia hemprichii. The book
examines the role of bioturbation by burrowing
described. The importance of reusing dredged
shrimps in seagrass meadows, foraging strategies of
material is emphasized to benefit the environ- A. macellarius and its mutualistic symbiosis with
ment … well written and a valuable reference for Cryptocentrus spp., shrimp disturbance and
engineering and scientific consultants, regula- T. hemprichii, and small-scale disturbance and large-
tors, dredging contractors, and stakeholders." scale dynamics.
—Robert E. Randall, PhD, PE, Professor of Ocean Catalog no. K10233, January 2009, 110 pp.
Engineering Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-0-415-48402-2
Catalog no. SW0802, 2008, 396 pp. $54.95 / £34.99
ISBN: 978-0-415-45080-5, $149.95 / £83.00

New! Advances in
The Subsurface
Environment Pollution of
Science, Issues, and Porous Media
Solutions Indicators, Processes
Mohan K. Wali and Modelling
Ohio State University, Columbus, Volume 14
Edited by
Fatih Evrendilek
Abant Izzet Baysal University, Bolu, Turkey Lucila Candela,
Inaki Vadillo, and Francisco Javier Elorza
M. Siobhan Fennessy
Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio, USA The book presents new methodologies and indica-
tors to reach a better understanding of biogeochem-
Strongly grounded in the scientific method and evi- ical processes as a basis for environmental models.
dence, The Environment: Science, Issues, and The combined use of the understanding of processes
Solutions presents an organized, accessible, building and models’ prognosis informs researchers and water
block approach that introduces the principles of ecol- managers and provides the possibility for better man-
ogy. This book examines the effects of technology agement and preservation of water resources. The
use and the unprecedented economic growth and book is a valuable reference for graduate students,
development that has tipped the natural balance of researchers, and professionals in government and
the environment, resulting in serious local, regional, public institutions, and for those interested in soil and
and global environmental problems. This compre- groundwater contamination in various aspects.
hensive text explores the need for interrelated long-
term solutions for the prevention and mitigation of Catalog no. K00066, January 2009, 240 pp.
environmental problems. ISBN: 978-0-415-47690-4, $109.95 / £69.99
Catalog no. 7387, July 2009, 648 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-8493-7387-9, $89.95 / £49.99

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More Urban
Environmental Water
Science Design and
Edited by Management of
V.K. Ahluwalia Dutch water cities
University of Delhi, India Fransje Hooimeijer
Sunita Malhotra and
Indira Gandhi National Open Wout Toorn Vrijthoff
University, Delhi, India Delft University of Technology,
The Netherlands
Highlighting the chemistry of environmental process-
es and pollutants, this book also covers a wide range This book explores an integrated approach to the
of other aspects of environmental issues. This com- relation of urbanism and water management in
prehensive coverage makes it relevant to a wide vari- Dutch water cities and to adjustments necessary to
ety of readers in chemistry, environmental science, upgrade water management systems to the require-
life science, environmental engineering, and other ments imposed by a changing amount or precipita-
disciplines. The interdisciplinary approach makes the tion and by changing function, technology, and scale
book informative and interesting for all readers. of urban areas. It covers the transformation of the his-
Giving a complete picture of environmental issues at torical city, the consolidation of the inter-war city and
a global level, it discusses issues in energy, air, water, the restructuring of the post-war city to meet future
marine, soil, and noise pollution, as well as biodiver- conditions. It also compares the Dutch situation with
sity and environmental management. South Korean, Japanese, and German urban.
Catalog no. AB7069, 2008, 368 pp. Catalog no. SW3585, 2008, 240 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-4200-7069-9, $93.95 / £59.99 ISBN: 978-0-415-45358-5, $99.95 / £63.99

Applications of
Chemistry for Aquatic
Environmental Chemistry
and Earth A Practical Guide,
Sciences Second Edition
Catherine V.A. Duke Eugene R. Weiner
and Craig D. Williams Professor Emeritus, University of
University of Wolverhampton, UK Denver, Colorado, USA
"The book has been written with a refreshing This convenient guide enables non-chemist profes-
degree of elan and didactic skill, and on the sionals and students to apply environmental chem-
whole it succeeds well in its aim …" istry to remediation and control projects and to
—Dieter Lenoir, Institut für Ökologische Chemie, in understand and solve environmental chemistry prob-
Angewandte Chemie International Edition lems. It provides access to key data tables ordinarily
scattered in the literature and offers step-by-step
"… provides a friendly introduction to the basic details to worked examples drawn from real-world
chemistry concepts from the perspective of those applications. This second edition features added
environmental problems … The book is easy to material on radioisotopes, inorganic/organic contam-
read and fills a gap …" inants, and environmental forensics. Expanded chap-
—J. Albaigés, CID-CSIC, in International Journal of ters include metals, light nonaqueous phase liquids,
Environmental Analytical Chemistry dense nonaqueous phase liquids, and biodegrada-
Catalog no. 3934, 2008, 248 pp., Soft Cover
ISBN: 978-0-8493-3934-9, $62.95 / £28.99 Catalog no. 9066, 2008, 456 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-8493-9066-1, $99.95 / £63.99

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New! Environment
Green Conscious
Intentions Manufacturing
Creating a Green Edited by
Value Stream to Surendra M. Gupta
Compete and Win Northeastern University, Boston,
Massachusetts, USA
Brett Wills
Green Enterprise Movement, A.J.D. (Fred) Lambert
Toronto, Ontario Technische Universiteit Einhoven,
Developed by a plant manager experienced in the The Netherlands
challenges to going green, Green Intentions shows Environment Conscious Manufacturing (ECM) is an
how the green value stream provides a dynamic emerging discipline concerned with developing
approach to making green improvements. It defines methods for manufacturing new products from con-
each of the seven green wastes, explains the overall ceptual design to final delivery, and ultimately to
green value stream process, demonstrates how to end-of-life disposal, that satisfy environmental stan-
map your green value stream, and provides guidance dards and requirements. This text provides compre-
on implementation. Its practical approach shows hensive coverage of this discipline, exploring such
how to realize initial savings from green initiatives topics as: algorithms and heuristics; design for disas-
and gain the support and momentum needed to sembly, the environment, recycling, and remanufac-
eliminate all green wastes. turing; disassembly process planning and scheduling;
Catalog no. PP9617, July 2009, 296 pp. environmental impact assessment models; lifecycle
assessment; logistic aspects; product reuse and
Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4200-8961-5
recovery; and sustainable products. It also includes
$39.95 / £25.99 several case studies in ECM.
Catalog no. DK552X, 2008, 560 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-8493-3552-5, $154.95 / £98.00

City Planning
for Civil
Environmental Engineers,
Chemistry in Environmental
Society Engineers, and
James M. Beard Surveyors
Catawba College, Salisbury,
North Carolina, USA Kurt W. Bauer
SE Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission, USA
Taking a nonmathematical approach to the material,
this text presents the chemistry of the environment in This book covers infrastructure systems planning and
a way accessible to students who have little or no sci- development, stressing basic concepts and principles
ence background. It relates the fundamentals of of practice involved in urban planning as most wide-
chemistry to contemporary environmental issues. ly practiced, particularly in small and medium-sized
The author covers the essential background material communities. It also presents zoning, land subdivi-
in science, chemistry, and toxicology, including the sion control, and official mapping while also dis-
laws of thermodynamics, chemical bonding, and cussing factors in good land subdivision design and
environmental toxins. He then applies scientific prin- improvement. The text illustrates the importance of
ciples to environmental problems concerning energy, good mapping and control surveys for planning.
air quality, the atmosphere, water quality, and waste Written from the perspective that cities are social,
management. economic, and physical entities, the book offers a his-
torical context for urban planning.
Catalog no. 80253, January 2009, 360 pp.
Soft Cover, ISBN: 978-1-4200-8025-4 Catalog no. K10440, September 2009, 368 pp.
$69.95 / £44.99 ISBN: 978-1-4398-0892-4, $89.95 / £57.99

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Probability and Wastewater

Statistics Purification
Applications for Aerobic Granulation
Environmental in Sequencing Batch
Edited by
Stacey J. Shaefer
Louis Theodore Yu Liu
Nanyang Technological
Manhattan College, Riverdale,
University, Singapore
New York, USA
Taking a systematic approach, Wastewater
Simple, clear, and to the point, this book delineates
Purification provides a comprehensive understand-
the fundamentals of statistics, imparting a basic
ing of aerobic granulation in sequencing batch reac-
understanding of the theory and mechanics of the
tors by presenting fundamental principles of aerobic
calculations. User-friendliness, uncomplicated expla-
granulation along with the basics of process opera-
nations, and examples of applications in the environ-
tion under various conditions. The book explains
mental field set it apart from other texts. It includes
what aerobic granules are and how they form, dis-
problems and solutions tables, a glossary of terms,
cusses the key factors that influence aerobic granula-
and an introduction to design of experiments. The
tion, addresses commonly encountered problems,
authors, known for their meticulously articulate and
and offers ways to improve process stability. It also
practical writing style, explain complicated subject
outlines directions for future research.
matter in a way that is easily understood.
Catalog no. 53671, 2008, 336 pp.
Catalog no. 7561, 2007, 367 pp.
ISBN: 978-1-4200-5367-8, $134.95 / £86.00
ISBN: 978-0-8493-7561-3, $99.95 / £63.99

Hazards, and
Management Statistics for
Edited by Environmental
Jane A. Bullock and Science and
George D. Haddow Management
Institute of Crisis, Disaster and Risk Management, Second Edition
Washington, D.C., USA
Bryan F.J. Manly
Kim S. Haddow
Western EcoSystem Technology,
Sierra Club, Washington, D.C., USA Inc., Laramie, Wyoming, USA
"… particularly instructive of the tenacity and Presenting a nonmathematical approach to this
long-term political involvement needed to deal topic, Statistics for Environmental Science and
thoroughly with even the most obvious and uni- Management introduces frequently used statistical
versally acknowledged hazard … offers a wide methods and practical applications for the environ-
variety of additional resources on climate change mental field. This second edition features updated
and hazards …" references and examples along with added and
—In Natural Hazards Observer expanded material on data quality objectives, the
generalized linear model, spatial data analysis, and
This book provides a procedural roadmap for reduc- Monte Carlo risk assessment. Additional topics cov-
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