The environmental analysis of pollution problems always involves the use of mass and energy balances to quantify the extent of pollution and its sources. This same form of analysis can be applied to ecosystems, production systems, a whole country or a region. A Systems Approach to the Environmental Analysis of Pollution Minimization identifies and describes the common factors shared by these systems.
The book is organized in twelve chapters and progresses from general concepts to specific assessment methods. Chapter one is a general introduction to environmental management principles. Chapter two discusses conservation principles and their applications to environmental health. Chapters three and four explore ecosystem health, properties and analysis. Chapters five through eleven present different methods of analysis including Green Accounting, Clean Technology, Life Cycle Analysis, and Risk Assessment. Editor Sven Jorgensen closes the book with a sweeping summary.
Jorgensen is a internationally published authority on the use and analysis of ecosystem models. His new book is a comprehensive guide for both students and professionals. A Systems Approach to the Environmental Analysis of Pollution Minimization is an invaluable contribution.
Introduction -S.E. Jorgensen
Conservation Principles and Their Application in Environmental Management- S.E. Jorgensen
System Properties of Ecosystems-S.E. Jorgensen
Ecosystem Health- S.E. Jorgensen and S.N. Nielsen
Environmental Management System -R. Dyngaard and John Kryger
Introduction to Cleaner Production -John Kryger and R. Dyngaard
A Method in Environmental Management -H. Schroeder
Environmental Statistics -L. Jorgensen
Life Cycles Assessment - Environmental Assessment of Products - M. Hauschild and Henrick Wensel
Environmental Risk Assessment -S.E. Jorgensen and B.H. Sørensen
Application of QSAR in Environmental Management - S.E. Jorgensen and B.H. Sørensen
Ecological Engineering - S.E. Jorgensen and W. Mitsch
A System Approach to Environmental Management - S.E. Jorgensen