Best Reference Books – Advance Water Management

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Advance Water Management subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Advance Water Management along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Advance Water Management subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Advance Water Management" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Management of Complex Multi-reservoir Water Distribution Systems using Advanced Control Theoretic Tools and Techniques” by Wojciech Z Chmielowski

“Management of Complex Multi-reservoir Water Distribution Systems using Advanced Control Theoretic Tools and Techniques” Book Review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by policy makers as a reference. This book presents the concept of optimal water management. It covers the topics of retention reservoirs, water treatment plants (WTPs) and complex distribution systems. It also reviews the proper water transport routes and their flow volumes. It also takes into account delays for inflows and outflows in the system. This book has included many facts and figures. It also has many real-life examples.

2. “Advanced Methods for Groundwater Pollution Control (CISM International Centre for Mechanical Sciences)” by Guiseppe Gambolati and Giorgio Verri

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“Advanced Methods for Groundwater Pollution Control (CISM International Centre for Mechanical Sciences)” Book review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by policy makers as a reference. This book covers the topics of control, remediation and analysis of underground resources. It also talks about their preservation and correct management. It discusses new developments in design technology to maintain sustainability of groundwater. It also covers the topics of solid waste disposal, intensive extraction, accidental leakage and site reutilization. This book has included many facts and figures. It also has many real-life examples.

3. “Water Resources and Land-Use Planning: A Systems Approach: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on” by P Laconte and Y Y Haimes

“Water Resources and Land-Use Planning: A Systems Approach: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on” Book Review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by policy makers as a reference. This book covers the topics of analyzing water resources and promoting the transfer of technological information. It also identifies the institutional, legal and technological aspects of water. It also discusses objectives and goals by relating to specific case studies. It presents the application of advanced planning methodologies related to water and land resources. This book has included many facts and figures. It also has many real-life examples.

4. “Advanced Technique for Leak Detection and Location in Water Networks” by Aburawe Salah M

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“Advanced Technique for Leak Detection and Location in Water Networks” Book Review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by policy makers as a reference. This book discusses the problems of water loss in detail. It affects the social, environmental and financial concerns. It examines how underground leakage in water distribution networks costs a lot. It presents advanced analytical techniques for real-time location detection with acceptable cost and accuracy. This book has included many facts and figures. It also has many real-life examples.

5. “Risk Assessment as a Tool for Water Resources Decision-Making in Central Asia” by Mikhail Kh Khankhasayev and Bulat K Yessekin

“Risk Assessment as a Tool for Water Resources Decision-Making in Central Asia” Book Review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by policy makers as a reference. This book discusses the importance of water quality and water quantity for sustainable development. It presents many methods and approaches of risk assessment methodology that can be applied to water resource problems in Central Asia. It covers the topics of identifying research gaps in the area of water resources. It reviews the importance of training, education and technical assistance in risk assessment. This book has included many facts and figures. It also has many real-life examples.

6. “Access to Geography: Rivers and Water Management” by Garrett Nagle

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“Access to Geography: Rivers and Water Management” Book Review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by policy makers as a reference. This book covers up-to-date case studies of water management. It also covers the topics of river dynamics, impacts and hydrological cycle. It presents the impact of river management and river processes. It also covers different techniques used in the preservation of water. This book has included many facts and figures. It also has many real-life examples.

7. “International Energy Agency/Small Solar Power Systems Project” by Ricardo Carmona and MichaelA. Geyer

“International Energy Agency/Small Solar Power Systems Project” Book Review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by policy makers as a reference. This book is a research paper named IEA-SPSS High Experiment. It covers the concept of thermodynamic theory of advanced sodium receiver. Topics like flux distributions, efficiencies and surface temperature distributions are also discussed. The studies carried out were performed at a power range of 0.8-3.5 megawatts. This book has included many facts and figures. It also has many real-life examples.

8. “Control and Instrumentation for Wastewater Treatment Plants (Advances in Industrial Control)” by Reza Katebi and Michael A Johnson

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“Control and Instrumentation for Wastewater Treatment Plants (Advances in Industrial Control)” Book Review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by policy makers as a reference. This book discusses technology transfer in control engineering. It covers the topics of new industrial processes, actuators, computer methods, etc. It examines the control of urban waste and the disposal problems associated with it. It discusses the design of a new technological process for urban sewage management based on process control methods. This book has included many facts and figures. It also has many real-life examples.

9. “Management of Water Use in Agriculture (Advanced Series in Agricultural Sciences)” by Kenneth K Tanji and Bruno Yaron

“Management of Water Use in Agriculture (Advanced Series in Agricultural Sciences)” Book Review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by policy makers as a reference. This book discusses the increasing competition for water quality and water quantity. It covers the topics of water conservation, technology in agricultural systems and available water resources. It also covers the problems of water treatment and water uses. It presents the concept of management and policy evaluation in detail. This book has included many facts and figures. It also has many real-life examples.

10. “Advanced Simulation and Modeling for Urban Groundwater Management – UGROW” by Dubravka Pokrajac and Ken W F Howard

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“Advanced Simulation and Modeling for Urban Groundwater Management – UGROW” Book Review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by policy makers as a reference. This book discusses urban water management tools. It discusses the interrelation between support management, decision making and water system components. It presents scientific effectiveness and computationally efficient technology. It reviews the testing of UGROW under a range of demanding urban conditions. This book has included many facts and figures. It also has many real-life examples.

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