By: ML Davis and DA Cornwell
This text is for use on introductory environmental engineering courses. It emphasizes fundamental concepts, definitions and problem-solving in its comprehensive presentation of environmental engineering/science. A discussion of environmental legislation, with environmental ethics case studies and problems presents the legal framework that governs environmental engineering design. By presenting the multimedia aspects of environmental engineering, the book encourages students to consider the broad context of environmental engineering solutions. Changes to this edition include: a new chapter on ionizing radiation; new material on acid rain, global warming, and indoor air pollution.
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