Originally published in 1977, this title provides an overview of regional residuals-environmental quality management (REQM). Edited by Blair T. Bower, this volume offers insights on the analytical problems faced in developing useful information for societal decisions on REQM. It is a valuable resource for policy makers and students interested in environmental issues.
Table of Contents
List of Tables; List of Figures; Affiliations of Authors; Preface and Acknowledgements; 1. The Why and What of Regional Residuals-Environmental Quality Management Modelling 2. Issues Surrounding Regional Residuals—Environmental Quality Management Modelling 3. The Lower Delaware Valley Integrated Management Model: A Summary 4. A Coordinated Set of Economic, Hydro-Salinity, and Air Quality Models of the Upper Colorado River Basin with Applications to Current Problems 5. An Analysis for REQM in the Ljubljana, Yugoslavia, Area 6. Case Study on Using Systems Engineering Methods in the Environmental Pollution Research Pilot Area of Ostrava, Czechoslovakia 7. What the Rotterdam Session Hath Wrought