This book explores the management of water quality in urban, rural and coastal environments. It brings together science and policy making in a timely and relevant way. As such, this book will appeal to professionals working within the water industry and also to academic institutions which have an interest in the issues relating to water quality
Water Quality: An Emerging Global Crisis (E. Ongley).
SCIENCE FOR POLICY.
Riverine Mass Load Estimation: Paris Commission Policy, Practice and Implications for Load Estimation for a Major UK River System (H. Jarvie, et al.).
Changing Standards and Catchment Sources of Faecal Indicators in Nearshore Bathing Waters (D. Kay, et al.).
Beach Health Risk Assessment and Pollution Perception (C. Nelson, et al.).
The Validation of Pesticide Leaching Models for Regulatory Purposes (A. Armstrong, et al.).
Water Quality Processes in Catchments –
An Integrated Modelling Approach for Scenario Analysis (P. Whitehead, et al.).
Basin–Scale Nitrate Simulation Using Minimum Information Requirement Approach (P. Quinn, et al.).
LINKING SCIENCE AND POLICY.
Bridging the Gap Between Science and Management in Upland Catchments (P. Kneale & A. McDonald).
Policy, Serendipity and Science: Algal Blooms in Australia (D. Smith).
Towards Groundwater Protection in the UK: Problems of Integrating Science and Policy (C. Soulsby, et al.).
Organisational Issues and Policy Directions for Urban Pollution Management (J. Ellis & B. Crabtree).
The Economics of Water Pollution Abatement: A Case Study (C. Green).
Inorganic Farm Wastes: An Environmental Time Bomb? (I. Foster, et al.).
Screw the Lid even Tigher? Water Pollution and the Enforcement of Environmental Regulation in Less Developed Countries (S. Lane, et al.).
Towards Integrated Management of Rural Drainage Basins with Particular Reference to Water Quality Issues (T. Burt).