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Academic & Professional Books  Conservation & Biodiversity  Impact Assessment

Environmental Impact Assessment Theory and Practice

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Edited By: P Wathern
332 pages, Tabs & figs
Publisher: Routledge
Environmental Impact Assessment
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About this book

A review of EIA, which covers technical aspects and the effects of EIA on the decision making process.

Contents

Foreword, Udo E Simonis Introduction: An introductory guide to EIA, P Wathern Methodological aspects of EIA: Scoping methods and baseline studies in EIA, G Beanlands; Developments in EIA methods, R Bisset; Uncertainty in EIA, P de Jongh; Environmental impact assessment and risk assessment: learning from each other, R N L Andrews; EIA in plan making, C Wood Efficacy of EIA: Monitoring and auditing of impacts, R Bisset & P Tomlinson; The evaluation of assessment: post EIS research and process development, B Sadler; Training requirements for environmental impact assessment, N Lee Application of EIA: the co-evolution of politics and policy: elections, entrepreneurship of EIA in the United States, G Wandesforde-Smith & J Kerbavaz; The AIA directive of the European community, P Wathern; The legislative framework for EIA in centrally planned economies, A Starzewska; The EIA process in Asia and the Pacific region, Nay Htun; EIA in Latin America, I Verocai Moreira. EIA and international agencies: WHO interest in environmental health impact assessment, E Giroult: Environmental impact assessment and bilateral development and, an overview, W V Kennedy; Fitting USAID to the environmental assessment provision of NEPA, JAJ Horberry. Reference

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Edited By: P Wathern
332 pages, Tabs & figs
Publisher: Routledge
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