Handbook of Environmental Health, Vol.2: Pollutant Interactions in Air, Water, and Soil
Vydavatelství: Lewis Publisher
Rok vydání: 2003
Nárok na dopravu zdarma
This fourth edition includes:
* Significant revisions to all chapters
* New sections on applied chemistry, microbiology, FIFRA food law, environmental problems and human health, endocrine disruptors, SAAQs, innovative uses of compost, nuclear wastes, and more
* New and improved illustrations
* Numerous graphs, inspection sheets, and flow charts to clarify text
The Handbook of Environmental Health is a must for the reference library of anyone with environmental concerns. Written by experts in the field and co-published by the National Environmental Health Association, this volume continues to be a valuable college textbook and major information resource on environmental issues.
The two-volume Handbook of Environmental Health has been a standard reference for over 23 years. Completely revised and expanded to reflect the latest developments and discoveries in this constantly changing and evolving field, the fourth edition continues to provide a basis for understanding the interactions between humans and the environment and how such interactions affect the health and welfare of individuals. Each volume includes a chapter on instrumentation, state-of-the-art graphics, a brand new comprehensive bibliography, and an index. They are an ideal text/reference for college and university students or professionals in the environmental, health, and occupational safety fields.
Focusing on factors that are generally associated with the outdoor environment, Volume II discusses a variety of environmental issues such as: toxic air pollutants and air quality control, risk assessment, solid and hazardous waste problems and controls; safe drinking water problems and standards; on-site and public sewage problems and control; plumbing hazards; air, water, and solid waste programs; technology transfer; geographic information systems and mapping; bioterrorism and security, disaster emergency health programs, ocean dumping; and much more.