This book presents state-of-the-art knowledge concerning water quality in Poland. It offers a wide variety of cases and issues on...
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This book presents state-of-the-art knowledge concerning water quality in Poland. It offers a wide variety of cases and issues on water resource quality management. The book also presents different methods and strategies to effectively use the most advanced water resource quality problems such as water pollution, whether physical, chemical, or biological, of surface water resources and groundwater resources.The authors pay exceptional attention to water quality monitoring in agricultural, urban catchments, and water reservoirs. More light into the water quality is required to assess water's physicochemical status accurately and plan suitable protection actions against recognized threats.This book addresses the needs of professional engineers, researchers, policy planners, decision-makers, stakeholders, and anyone looking to learn more about the quality situation of water resources in Poland and other similar countries and regions. Auteur Dr. Martina Zeleáková currently serves as Associate Professor at the Institute of Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Civil Engineering at the Technical University of Koice. In her scientific research activities, she has focused on water management and environmental impact assessment. The results of her work have been published in books, journals, and conferences proceedings. She has engaged in a variety of national and international projects. Dr. Katarzyna Kubiak-Wójcicka is a hydrologist. She works at the Department of Hydrology and Water Management at the Faculty of Earth Sciences and Spatial Management at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toru. She is the author of many scientific papers on the variability of river runoff and the use of water resources for economic purposes. In addition, he has experience in editing hydrographic maps and creating hydrological expertise for civil courts and municipal governments. Prof. Abdelazim M. Negm is Professor of Hydraulics (and Water Resources) at the Faculty of Engineering, Zagazig University, Egypt, since 2004. He got his Ph.D. in 1992 from Zagazig University (ZU), and his M.Sc. from Ain shams University in the year 1990. He was Vice Dean of the Faculty of Engineering of ZU from 12/2008 to 12/2011. He was Head of the Environmental Engineering Department at Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST), Egypt 10/2013 to 9/2015. He participated in several international projects from 2006 until now. He published more than 400 papers in national and international journals and conferences. He is the editor of more than 25 published volumes by Springer. He is an editor in several international journals. His research interest is water resources management and sustainability studies. He is listed in several international directories due to his great achievements in his field.
Contenu 1. Assessment Of Water Resources Quality In Poland2. Development and Protection of Water Resources in Protected Areas in Poland in Pursuit of Sustainable Development3. Anthropogenic Water Reservoirs in Poland4. Irrigation and Drainage in Polish Agriculture State, Problems and Needs5. Assessment of the Surface Water Quality in Poland6. Water Quality in Main Water Reservoirs in Poland7. Assessment of Pollution of Water Resources and Process of Pollution Spreading 8. Ingression and Ascension of Saline Waters on the Polish Coast of the Baltic Sea9. Monitoring of Groundwater Quality in Poland10. Sediment Management in River Basins - an Essential Element of River Basin Management Plans 11. Environmental and Anthropogenic Determinants of Water Chemistry in the Carpathians12. Surface Water Eutrophication in Poland: Assessment and Prevention13. Monitoring of Small Catchments in Poland as Part of the Integrated Environmental Monitoring Program - Functioning of the Agricultural Catchment of Struga Toruska14. Water and Wastewater Management Condition in Poland15. Water Problems in Urban Areas 16. Multidimensional Aspect of the Water Resources Management in Metropolitan Areas17. Conclusions and Recommendations