Standard Handbook of Environmental Science, Health, and Technology

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 1600 pages
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The most comprehensive single volume ever assembled for the environmental professional--a one-stop, all-under-one-roof overview of environmental engineering subject areas, and a task-simplifying toolkit designed to simplify day-to-day decisions. Covers the varied topics of interest for today's environmental scientist: mathematical modeling, statistics, plant pathology, as well as engineering problem-solving, management decision-making, and public communication. The perfect resource for biologists, hydrologists, geologists, engineers, chemists, and toxicologists. Packed with numerous tables, charts, illustrations, sampling methods, monitoring methods, testing methods, control techniques, equipment maintenance procedures, and calculation methods. Includes lesson-filled editorial commentary by many of the nearly 100 environmental scientists who have contributed to this book.

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The Interaction of Basic Scientific Disciplines
Classes of Chemicals 2 1
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Jay H. Lehr, Ph.D., is the country's most frequently quoted authority on groundwater hydrology and hydrogeology. Additionally, he is a prolific author and the Senior Scientist at Environmental Education Enterprises (E3), one of the nation’s largest environmental short-course providers. Lehr served on the faculty of the University of Arizona and The Ohio State University, and was editor of the prestigious journal Ground Water, for 25 years. He played a significant role in the development of many of the United States’ primary environmental laws.

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