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By: Roland K Price(Author), Zoran Vojinović(Author)
552 pages, illustrations
Urban Hydroinformatics is an introduction to hydroinformatics applied to urban water management. It shows how to make the best use of information and communication technologies for manipulating information to manage water in the urban environment. Urban Hydroinformatics covers the acquisition and analysis of data from urban water systems to instantiate mathematical models or calculations, which describe identified physical processes. The models are operated within prescribed management procedures to inform decision makers, who are responsible to recognized stakeholders. The application is to the major components of the urban water environment, namely water supply, treatment and distribution, wastewater and storm water collection, treatment and impact on receiving waters and groundwater, and urban flooding. Urban Hydroinformatics pays particular attention to modeling, decision support through procedures, economics and management, and implementation in developing countries. Urban Hydroinformatics is written with Post-graduate students, researchers and practicing engineers in all aspects of urban water management in mind.
- The Imperative for Urban Water Management
- Urban Water Systems
- Data Management
- Modelling Paradigms
- Decision Support Systems
- Involving Society in Urban Water Management
- Asset Management
- Water Distribution systems
- Collection Systems
- Wastewater Treatment
- Management of Water Quality in Integrated Drainage Systems
- Urban Flood Risk Management
- Management of Urban Water in Developing Countries
- Future of Urban Water Management
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