This new book provides a sound summary of the rapidly expanding body of knowledge on ground water pollution sources, evaluation and control. It is used to plan and implement ground water quality management programs, and also may be used as a text. The first three (introductory) chapters are about ground water quality, its importance, its management, and information sources.
GROUND WATER POLLUTION SOURCES and THEIR EVALUATION. Point and Diffuse Sources of Ground Water. Basic Information on Pollution Transport and Fate. Flow and Transport Modeling. Methodologies to Prioritize Pollution Sources. Monitoring is Frequently Required for Ground Water Pollution Source Evaluation. Monitoring Well Design. Useful Information to Identify the Advantages and Disadvantages. POLLUTION CONTROL, CLEANUP, GROUND WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT. Remedial Technologies for Ground Water Pollution Control. A Ground Water Cleanup Program.