Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies - 2003-06
Hardcover | 704 Pages
This work should be a relevant course in introductory environmental engineering for sophomore or junior-level students. A recurring theme is the concept of mass balance as a tool for problem solving. Scientific principles are covered and design aspects are also discussed. The text includes chapters on ecosystems, soil and geological resources, and agricultural impacts topics that are of crucial importance to environmental engineering and related disciplines. The text also includes a chemistry review chapter.