Directions of diffuse pollution research and Best Management Practices are evolving, and effective and affordable methods of control are being developed to handle the abatement of toxic pollutants from atmospheric deposition, and urban and agricultural runoff. This book provides a useful manual covering the most important topics and solutions of the diffuse pollution problem with emphasis on urban sources and abatement.
Table of Contents
Hydrologic Aspects of Nonpoint Pollution: Precipitation-Runoff Relationship - Rainfall Excess Determination-Surface Runoff - Overland Routing of the Precipitation Excess - Impact of Drainage on Watershed Hydrology - Groundwater Systems
Erosion and Soil Loss:- Erosion as a Major Nonpoint Pollution Problem - Soil Characteristics - The Erosion Process - Sediment Delivery and Enrichment Processes during Overland Flow - Sediment Transport in Streams - Erosion Control for Pollution Reduction
Soil Pollution and Its Mitigation--Impact of Land Use Change on Soil Storage of Pollutants:- Introduction - Time Frame of Pollutant Accumulation and Cleanup - Long-Term Changes - Capacity Controlling Parameters - How to Predict Long-Term Mobility
Urban Runoff and Diffuse Pollution: - Accumulation and Washoff - Drainage Impacts - Urban Runoff Pollution Control - Overflow and Its Relation to Capture - Pollution by Combined Sewer Overflows - Control of Pollution by CSOs
Modeling of Nonpoint Source Water Quality in Urban and Nonurban Areas: - Modeling Objectives and Considerations - Quality Modeling - Available Urban Modeling Options - Available Nonurban Modeling Concepts - Runoff Quality Simulation Models and Methods - Brief Case Studies
Modeling the Impacts of Diffuse Pollution on Receiving Water Quality