Management Of Water, Energy And Bio-resources In The Era Of Climate Change: Emerging Issues And Challenges by N. Janardhana RajuManagement Of Water, Energy And Bio-resources In The Era Of Climate Change: Emerging Issues And Challenges by N. Janardhana Raju

Management Of Water, Energy And Bio-resources In The Era Of Climate Change: Emerging Issues And…

byN. Janardhana RajuEditorWolfgang Gossel, AL. Ramanathan

Hardcover | October 21, 2014

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Given our rapidly growing population, the need for judicious management of essential natural resources is becoming a major challenge for planners, managers and scientists/researchers. This book presents a multidisciplinary approach to managing water, energy and bio-resources, described in papers contributed by distinguished scientists and academics working at reputed universities and institutions around the globe. It includes 28 chapters grouped into three sections: Water Resources Management; Energy and Bio-resources Management; and Climate and Natural Resources Management, examining case studies from all over the world. These contributions address current challenges, offering modern techniques for managing these resources in various geographical regions. This volume will provide a valuable asset for researchers and students, managers, environmentalists, hydrologists, water resource and energy managers, governmental and other regulatory bodies dealing with water, energy and bio-resources.

Title:Management Of Water, Energy And Bio-resources In The Era Of Climate Change: Emerging Issues And…Format:HardcoverDimensions:377 pagesPublished:October 21, 2014Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3319059688

ISBN - 13:9783319059686

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Table of Contents

SECTION I: Water Resources Management

3D Geological and Hydrogeological Modelling - Integrated Approaches in Urban Groundwater Management

Long-term Saltwater Intrusion Modelling - Case Studies from North Africa, Mexico and Halle

Hydrogeochemical Characterisation and Evaluation of Seasonal Variation in Groundwater Chemistry in Upper Panda River Basin, India

Assessment of Groundwater Vulnerability in the Borazjan Aquifer of Bushehr, South of Iran, Using GIS Technique

Geochemical Variations of Groundwater Quality in Coastal and Karstic Aquifers in Jaffna Peninsula, Sri Lanka

Water in Ancient Indian Perspective and Ponds of Varanasi as Water Harvesting Structures

Glacier Mass Balance and Its Significance on the Water Resource Management in the Western Himalayas

Seasonal Variations and Flux of Arsenic in Gomati River, Ganga Alluvial Plain, Northern India

Stable Isotopic Signatures for Hydrogeochemical Characterisation of Ground Water from Pondicherry to Nagapattinam, Tamil Nadu

Assessment of Hydrochemical Evolution of Ground Water through Silica Geothermometry in a Part of Ganga Basin

Electrical Resistivity Survey for Groundwater Investigation at Sumbli of Jammu District (J&K)

Isotopic-Chemical Framework of Groundwater Aquifer to Study the Pollution Dynamics at Delhi, India

Helium and Natural Gas Anomalies in Tubewells around Southern Fringes of Bundelkhand Region, Sagar-Damoh District, Madhya Pradesh, India

SECTION II: Energy and Bio-resources Management

Production of Renewable Energy and Waste Water Management from Vetiver Grass

Replacing Conventional Fuels through Biogas for Mitigating the Threats related to Climate Change in India: A State-wise Assessment for Emission Reduction

Chronic Arsenicosis Induced Oxidative Stress in Cattle: Role of Zn and Se

Macro-benthos Diversity in a Headwater Stream Affected by Tea and Paddy Agricultural Runoff, Sri Lanka

Bioremediation and Detoxification of Xenobiotic Organic Compounds in Landfill Leachate by Pseudomonas sp. ISTDF1

Identifying Knowledge Gaps in Assessing Health Risks due to Exposures of Nanoparticles from Contaminated Edible Plants

Conservation Issues and Possible Solutions for Sustainability of Faunal Diversity of Arunachal Pradesh

Ambient Noise Levels after CNG Implementation in Transport Sector in Delhi

Transport of Lindane through Soil Column

SECTION III: Climate and Natural Resources Management

Effect of Ozone on Biotic Stress Tolerance Potential of Wheat

Isolation and Characterization of Thermo-alkalotolerant Bacillus sp. Strain ISTS2 for Carbon Dioxide Sequestration

Carbon Footprints of Rice Cultivation under Different Tillage Practices in Rice-wheat System

Trend Analysis of Rainfall in Two Contrasting Regional Environments

Regional Climate Modelling over the Himalayas

Assessment of Trace Element Distribution in Red-bloom (E. shafiqii) and Water of Dal Lake, Kashmir Valley, by Total Reflection X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry.