Environmental Monitoring and CharacterizationBy
- Janick Artiola, University of Arizona at Tucson, U.S.A.
- Ian Pepper, - University of Birmingham, B.Sc. in Chemistry, 1970 - Ohio State University, M.S. in Soil Biochemistry, 1972 - Ohio State University, Ph.D. in SOil Microbiology, 1975, University of Arizona, Tucson, USA
- Mark Brusseau, University of Arizona at Tucson, U.S.A.
Environmental Monitoring and Characterization is an integrated, hands-on resource for monitoring all aspects of the environment. Sample collection methods and relevant physical, chemical and biological processes necessary to characterize the environment are brought together in twenty chapters which cover: sample collection methods, monitoring terrestrial, aquatic and air environments, and relevant chemical, physical and biological processes and contaminants. This book will serve as an authoritative reference for advanced students and environmental professionals.
Environmental consultants, regulators, and industry environmental scientists. Also advanced undergraduate students majoring in Environmental Sciences, and first- and second-year graduate students.
Hardbound, 410 Pages
Published: July 2004
Imprint: Academic Press
"The book advances the sate-of-the-art by not only documenting how to monitor the environment, but also referring the reader to other more detailed comprehensive books. This nicely illustrated book should be useful at the senior undergraduate level, as well as to students initiating graduate studies in environmental sciences." -INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONEMTNAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY, MARCH 2005 "This would be a valuable addition to any library that had an audience concerned with the environment." -Robert F. Skinder, Science Reference Librarian, University of South Carolina-Columbia Thomas Cooper Library for E-STREAMS, Jan 2005
- 1. MONITORING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ENVIRONMENTJ. F. Artiola, I. L. Pepper, M. L. Brusseau 2. SAMPLING AND DATA QUALITY OBJECTIVES IN ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORINGJ. F. Artiola, A. W. Warrick3. STATISTICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORINGJ. A. Vargas-Guzmán, A. W. Warrick, D. E. Myers, S. A. Musil, J. F. Artiola4. AUTOMATED DATA ACQUISITION AND PROCESSINGP. W. Brown, S. A. Musil5. MAPS IN ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORINGD. M. Hendricks6. GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND THEIR USE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORINGR. MacArthur7. SOIL AND VADOSE ZONE SAMPLINGI. L. Wilson, J. F. Artiola8. GROUNDWATER SAMPLINGM. Barackman, M. L. Brusseau9. MONITORING SURFACE WATERSJ. F. Artiola10. MONITORING NEAR-SURFACE AIR QUALITYA. D. Matthias11. ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING WITH REMOTE SENSINGA. R. Huete12. ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND PROCESSESI. Yolcubal, M. Brusseau, J. Artiola, P. Wierenga, G. Wilson13. CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND PROCESSESJ. F. Artiola14. MICROBIAL PROPERTIES AND PROCESSESI. L. Pepper, C. Rensing, C. P. Gerba15. PHYSICAL CONTAMINANTSJ. L. Walworth16. CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTSM. L. Brusseau, G. B. Famisan, J. F. Artiola17. MICROBIAL CONTAMINANTSC. P. Gerba, I. L. Pepper18. SOIL AND GROUNDWATER REMEDIATIONM. L. Brusseau, R. M. Maier19. ECOLOGICAL RESTORATIONV. J. Gerhart, W. J. Waugh, E. P. Glenn, and I. L. Pepper20. RISK ASSESSMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONSC. P. Gerba