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Data Requirements for Integrated Urban Water Management

Series: Urban Water Series

Edited By: Tim Fletcher, Ana Deletic and Tim D Fletcher

Taylor & Francis

Paperback | Nov 2007 | #174910 | ISBN-13: 9780415453455
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Hardback | Nov 2007 | #174909 | ISBN-13: 9780415453448
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About this book

Integrated urban water management relies on data allowing us to analyse, understand and predict the behaviour of the individual water cycle components and their interactions. The concomitant monitoring of the complex of urban water system elements makes it possible to grasp the entirety of relations among the various components of the urban water cycle and so develop a holistic approach to solving urban water problems. Data requirements for integrated urban water managements - issuing from UNESCO's International Hydrological Programme project on this topic - is geared towards improving integrated urban water management by providing guidance on the collection, validation, storage, assessment and utilization of the relevant data.

The first part of this volume describes general principles for developing a monitoring programme in support of sustainable urban water management. The second part examines in detail the monitoring of individual water cycle components. Two case studies in the final part illustrating attempts to deliver an integrated monitoring system help demonstrate the fundamental principles of sustainable urban water management elaborated here.


Contents

1 Introduction PART I Guiding principles for data acquisition management and use 2 Overview of guiding principles 3 Defining objectives and applications of monitoring 4 Selecting variables to monitor 5 Spatial and temporal scale consideration 6 Understanding and managing uncertainty 7 Selecting monitoring equipment 8 Data validation: principles and implementation 9 Data handling and storage 10 Use of data to create information and knowledge 11 Social and institutional considerations 12 Financial considerations PART II Consideration and integration of specific urban water cycle components 13 Monitoring to understand urban water cycle interactions 14 Urban meteorology 15 Water supply 16 Wastewater 17 Stormwater 18 Combined sewers 19 Groundwater 20 Aquatic ecosystems 21 Human health 22 Social and institutional components PART III Case studies Introduction 301 23 The OTHU Case study: integrated monitoring of stormwater in Lyon, France 24 Wireless sensor network for monitoring a large-scale infrastructure system in Boston, USA

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