This three volume series presents a broad and integrated approach to water management, purification, and conservation in arid climates. Volume one includes an introductory chapter on water problems and water resources in arid climates followed by specific chapters covering various aspects of water management. Volumes two and three deal with water purification and water conservation, respectively. Many textbooks on water issues normally deal with only one of these areas. This series covers all three areas with an emphasis on the problems faced by arid regions.
The three volume series will appeal to industry specialists in desalination and wastewater treatment, irrigation engineers, graduate and undergraduate students in hydrology, water management and conservation professionals, government personnel involved in water resources development, decision makers, environmentalists, employees of the petrochemical industry, and individuals wishing to specialize in water management, purification and conservation.
Water Conservation: What Can We Do?
The Conservation of Water through Wastewater Reclamation and Urban Nonpotable Reuse
Rainwater Harvesting and Recycling
Natural and Recycled Water Quality in the Arid Zone: Real and Perceived Dangers
Sustainable Groundwater Allocation through Simulation/Optimization Techniques
Technologies for Domestic Wastewater Treatment and Reuse
Opportunities and Problems of Wastewater Reuse
Wastewater Disinfection: Assessment of Available Technologies for Water Reclamation
Aridity and Water Resources of the Arabian Peninsula
Design Criteria and Effectiveness of Recharge Dams in Arid Climates
Irrigation and Wastewater Reuse: A Case Study from Oman