Thes broad treatment of the topic gives the book its relevance as a source of information for both theoretical fundamentals and real-world applications. Since Environmental engineering is a wide-ranging engineering discipline the contributions in the book include several major and more traditional academic disciplines, including civil, mechanical, chemical, and transportation engineering, as well as chemistry.
The handbook’s pedagogical level is appropriate for practitioners, students and researchers. The sections of the book cover major environmental issues including: Measurement and Modeling; Soils; Water; Air / Atmosphere; Noise; Municipal Waster; Waste from Industrial Processes; Transportation; Energy Production and Conservation; and Government Planning
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