By: VN Bashkin
472 pages, Figs, tabs
A wide-ranging textbook which covers problems peculiar to, or prevalent in, Asian countries. By incorporating regionally oriented knowledge, it fills a gap left by other, Western-oriented texts.
This book provides significant information on the impact of rapid industrialization and urbanization on air, soil, and water in the Asian environment. Questions at the end of each chapter are appropriately designed for undergraduate students. The author uses various combinations of expert approaches and geoinformation systems, including modelling, to predict critical load on ecosystems of Asia. This is a book for beginners intending to study the fate and behavior of contaminants in the environment. (Ravi Naidu, Centre for Environmental Risk Assessment & Remediation)
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