Management of Natural Resources in a Changing Environment by N. Janardhana RajuManagement of Natural Resources in a Changing Environment by N. Janardhana Raju

Management of Natural Resources in a Changing Environment

byN. Janardhana RajuEditorWolfgang Gossel, M. Sudhakar

Hardcover | December 4, 2014

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This book addresses issues related to sources of groundwater pollution such as arsenic, uranium, fluoride and their effects on human health. It discusses extensively the removal of heavy metals, arsenic and fluoride from drinking water. Bioremediation and phyto remediation on biomass productivity are treated in several chapters in the book. The volume highlights leachate characteristics analysed both in the laboratory and in field studies assessing the trace metals in rainwater.

This book is a study on the judicious management of natural resources and exposes environmental problems particularly those related to pollution and bioremediation.

Title:Management of Natural Resources in a Changing EnvironmentFormat:HardcoverDimensions:298 pagesPublished:December 4, 2014Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3319125583

ISBN - 13:9783319125589

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Table of Contents

Message from Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
Foreword
Preface
About the Editors

Section I: Management of Water Resources:Challenges for Sustainability

Hydro-geochemical Investigation and Quality Assessment of Groundwater for Drinking and Agriculture Use in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, India
N. Janardhana Raju, Anurag Chaudhary, Sadaf Nazneen, Shubhra Singh and Ankur Goyal

Comparison of Relationship Between the Concentrations of Water Isotopes in Precipitation in the Cities of Tehran (Iran) and New Delhi (India)
Maryam Mosaffa, Farzin Nasiri Saleh and Yousef Khalaj Amirhosseini

Geophysical Expression for Groundwater Quality in Part of Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh, India
S. Md. Farooq Basha

Geospatial Analysis of Fluoride Contamination in Groundwater of Southeastern Part of Anantapur District, Andhra Pradesh
B. Muralidhara Reddy, V. Sunitha and M. Ramakrishna Reddy

Identification of Surface Water Harvesting Sites for Water Stressed Area Using GIS: A Case Study of Ausgram Block, BurdwanDistrict, West Bengal, India
C. Prakasam

Forecasting Groundwater Level Using Hybrid Modelling Technique
Sumant Kumar and Surjeet Singh

Alterations in Physico-chemical Parameters of Water and Aquatic Diversity at Maneri-Bhali Phase I Dam Site on River Ganges in District Uttarkashi, UttarakhandMadhu Thapliyal, Poonam Tiwari and Ashish Thapliyal

Section II: Bio-remediation for Resource Enrichment

Effective Removal of Heavy Metals and Dyes from Drinking Water Utilizing Bio-compatible Magnetic Nanoparticle
Dwiptirtha Chattopadhyay and Keka Sarkar

UASBR: An Effective Wastewater Treatment Option to Curb Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Rajesh Singh and C.K. Jain

Biogas Upgrading and Bottling Technology for Vehicular and Cooking Applications
Virendra Kumar Vijay, Rimika Kapoor, Abhinav Trivedi and Pradip Narale

Use of Indigenous Bacteria from Arsenic Contaminated Soil for Arsenic Bioremediation
Ivy Mallick, Sk Tofajjen Hossain, Sangram Sinha and Samir Kumar Mukherjee

Adsorption of Arsenite and Fluoride on Untreated and Treated Bamboo Dust
Sanjoy Kumar Nath and Krishna G. Bhattacharyya

Reducing the Toxicity of Carbon Nanotubes and Fullerenes Using Surface Modification Strategy
Jyoti Chawla and Arun Kumar

Phytoremediation Study and Effect of pH on Biomass Productivity ofEichhornia crassipes
Ajay Kumar, Neetu Singh, Shilpa Gupta, Pallavi Joshi, SukirtiTiwari and Kavita Swaroop

Regeneration of White Oak (Quercus leucotrichophora) in Two Pine Invaded Forests in Indian Central Himalaya
Satish Chandra Garkoti

Section III: Environmental Pollution: Issues and Strategies

Human Health Risk Assessment of Heavy Metals from Bhalaswa Landfill, New Delhi, India
Balsher Singh Sidhu, Dikshant Sharma, Tushar Tuteja,Smit Gupta and Arun Kumar

Transport of Trace Metals by the Rainwater Runoff in the Urban Catchment of Guwahati, India
Upama Devi and Krishna G. Bhattacharyya

Analysis of Leachate Characteristics to Study Coal Ash Usability
Pooja Vishnoi and Shambhavi Kamath M.

Air Pollution Mapping and Quality Assessment Study at an Urban Area Tirupati Using GIS
M. Praveen Kumar, S. Venkata Mohan and S. Jayarama Reddy

Environmental Hazards and Conservation Approach to the Biodiversity and Ecosystem of the St. Martin's Island in Bangladesh
Nurul Hoque Upal

Uranium Toxicity in the State of Punjab in North-Western India
Alok Srivastava, Friedhart Knolle, Frieder Hoyler Ulrich W. Scherer and Ewald Schnug

Fluoride Toxicity in the Fluoride Endemic Villages of Gaya District, Bihar, India
Shahla Yasmin and Suneet Ranjan

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