Water

Water Author Marq De Villiers
ISBN-10 0618127445
Release 2001
Pages 368
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Examines the political and ecological consequences of the uses and misuses of water as increasing demands threaten the global supply--issues compounded by decreasing water table levels and rampant pollution.



What is Water

What is Water Author Jamie Linton
ISBN-10 9780774817011
Release 2010-01
Pages 333
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"We all know what water is, and we often take it for granted. But the spectre of a worldwide water crisis suggests there might be something fundamentally wrong with the way we think about water. Jamie Linton dives into the history of water as an abstract concept, stripped of its environmental, social, and cultural contexts. Reduced to a scientific abstraction--to mere H[subscript 2]O--this concept has given modern society licence to dam, divert, and manipulate water with apparent impunity. Part of the solution to the water crisis involves reinvesting water with social content, thus altering the way we see water. What Is Water? offers a fresh approach to a fundamental problem."--BOOK JACKET.



Water

Water Author Robin Clarke
ISBN-10 1853831050
Release 1991
Pages 193
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the first comprehensive approach to this most valuable and fragile of Earth's life-supporting substances



Water Communities

Water Communities Author Rajib Shaw
ISBN-10 9781849506984
Release 2010
Pages 274
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Water is the key to human civilization. Most of the ancient civilization had its roots to river basins, where people-water interaction was the key aspect. Due to innovations of knowledge and technology and modernization of lifestyles, the human-water direct contact has become less significant. People have become more dependent to the system, and consequently, the closeness to water is gradually diminishing. It is however, a challenge on how to learn from the basic principles of water human interaction and apply those lessons to the current context of urban and rural settings. This book will provide a few analytical case studies on different aspects of water communities, which is defined as the human-water interaction process.



Water

Water Author Denis Le Bihan
ISBN-10 9789814303163
Release 2010-11-30
Pages 399
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The main objective of this book is to bring together multidisciplinary contributions from leading authorities on the properties and roles of water in cell systems which are otherwise dispersed in the literature and difficult to gather. The authors are drawn from areas of physics, chemistry, biology and physiology, where water plays a central role. The book focuses on current research and developments in the theoretical and experimental studies of water in biological systems and compounds, such as interaction with hydrophobic or hydrophilic structures, protein and membrane surfaces. It provides insights into the importance of water in cellular processes and physiology and, ultimately, in life, brain function, and health.



Water

Water Author Brahma Chellaney
ISBN-10 9781589017986
Release 2011
Pages 400
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Winner of the Asia Society's Bernard Schwartz 2012 Book Award The battles of yesterday were fought over land. Those of today are over energy. But the battles of tomorrow may be over water. Nowhere is that danger greater than in water-distressed Asia. Water stress is set to become Asia's defining crisis of the twenty-first century, creating obstacles to continued rapid economic growth, stoking interstate tensions over shared resources, exacerbating long-time territorial disputes, and imposing further hardships on the poor. Asia is home to many of the world's great rivers and lakes, but its huge population and exploding economic and agricultural demand for water make it the most water-scarce continent on a per capita basis. Many of Asia's water sources cross national boundaries, and as less and less water is available, international tensions will rise. The potential for conflict is further underscored by China's unrivaled global status as the source of transboundary river flows to the largest number of countries, ranging from India and Vietnam to Russia and Kazakhstan; yet a fast-rising China has declined to enter into water-sharing or cooperative treaties with these states, even as it taps the resources of international rivers. Water: Asia's New Battleground is a pioneering study of Asia's murky water politics and the relationships between fresh water, peace, and security. In this unique and highly readable book, Brahma Chellaney expertly paints a larger picture of water across Asia, highlights the security implications of resource-linked territorial disputes, and proposes real strategies to avoid conflict and more equitably share Asia's water resources.



Introduction to Water in California

Introduction to Water in California Author David Carle
ISBN-10 0520240863
Release 2004
Pages 261
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This California Natural History Guide addresses the need to educate the citizenry of California on crucial environmental issues by presenting a primer on the state's most important natural resource.



Water

Water Author Pierre Rondière
ISBN-10 WISC:89031096977
Release 1971
Pages 129
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Water has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Water also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Water book for free.



Water for Gotham

Water for Gotham Author Gerard T. Koeppel
ISBN-10 0691089760
Release 2001
Pages 355
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This text examines New York City's struggle for that vital and basic element - clean water. Drawing on primary sources, personal narratives, and anecdotes, it shows how the project developed up to 1842 when the Croton Aqueduct was secured.



Air and Water

Air and Water Author Mark W. Denny
ISBN-10 0691025185
Release 1993
Pages 341
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How do whirligig beetles use ripples as a form of sonar, and why can't mosquitoes detect the electrical activity of their prey as sharks can? Readers of Air and Water will be well rewarded by thinking about these and other questions in the context of physics.



Water

Water Author Unesco
ISBN-10 9789231040061
Release 2006
Pages 584
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This illustrated report sets out a global review of the state of the world's freshwater resources, based on the collective work of 24 United Nations agencies, following on from the conclusions of the first UN World Water Development Report 'Water for People, Water for Life' published in 2003 (ISBN 9231038818). This second edition discusses progress towards the water-related targets of the UN Millennium Development Goals and examines a range of key issues including population growth and increasing urbanisation, changing ecosystems, food production, health, industry and energy, as well as risk management, valuing and paying for water and increasing knowledge and capacity. It contains 16 case studies which consider key challenges in water resource management and makes a number of recommendations to guide future action and encourage sustainable use, productivity and management of our increasingly scarce freshwater resources.



Water Air

Water   Air Author Laura Kneidl
ISBN-10 9783646928693
Release 2017-02-01
Pages 464
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Seit dem Anstieg der Meeresspiegel leben die Menschen in Kuppeln unter Wasser oder in der Luft. Mit ihren achtzehn Jahren hat Kenzie noch nie die Sonne gesehen und ihr Leben in der Wasserkolonie unterliegt strengen Normen. Schließlich hält sie es nicht mehr aus und flieht in eine Luftkolonie, um dort einen Neuanfang zu wagen. Doch dann wird sie zur Hauptverdächtigen in einer mysteriösen Mordserie und nur Callum mit dem geheimnisvollen Lächeln hält zu ihr. Aber nicht nur den beiden droht Gefahr, auch das Schicksal der gesamten Kolonie steht auf dem Spiel. Packend, romantisch, mit einzigartigen Schauplätzen – der neue Roman von Laura Kneidl, Autorin von »Light & Darkness«!



Water

Water Author Felix Franks
ISBN-10 085404583X
Release 2000-01-01
Pages 225
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This book will provide an understanding of the behavioural properties of water which is fundamental to gaining an appreciation of many scientific processes and principles.



Handbook of Water Analysis

Handbook of Water Analysis Author Leo M.L. Nollet
ISBN-10 0849384869
Release 2000-06-27
Pages 944
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This work details water sampling and preservation methods by enumerating the different ways to measure physical, chemical, organoleptical, and radiological characteristics. It provides step-by-step descriptions of separation, residue determination, and cleanup techniques for a variety of fresh- and salt-waters. It also discusses information regarding the analysis and detection of bacteria and algae.



Water

Water Author Jo Sowry
ISBN-10 0844810908
Release 1977
Pages 89
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The Age of Light Soap and Water

The Age of Light  Soap  and Water Author Mariana Valverde
ISBN-10 9780802095954
Release 2008
Pages 205
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" BACK IN PRINT WITH A NEW INTRODUCTION The turn of the last century saw a greatwave of moral fervour among Protestant social reformers in English Canada.Their targets for moral reform were various: sex hygiene, immigration policy,slum clearance, prostitution, and "whiteslavery." Mariana Valverde's groundbreaking TheAge of Light, Soap, and Water examines the work and the ideas of moralistclergy, social workers, politicians, and bureaucrats who sought to maintain - orcreate - a white Protestant Canada. The morality idealized by evangelical,feminist, and medical activists was not, as is often assumed, completely repressiveand puritanical. On the contrary, the self-defined social purity movement atthe centre of this book talked endlessly about sex in order to create a healthsexuality among both native-born and immigrant Canadians. Sexual health was linkedto racial purity, and both of these were in turn linked to efforts to abolishurban slums by means of symbolic as well as physical "light, soap, andwater." Back in print with a new introduction by the author, this classicwork offers fascinating insights on the social history of Canada. "learance, prostitution, and "white slavery." Mariana Valverde's groundbreaking The Age of Light, Soap, and Waterexamines the work and the ideas of moralist clergy, social workers, politicians, and bureaucrats who sought to maintain - or create - a white Protestant Canada. The morality idealized by evangelical, feminist, and medical activists was not, as is often assumed, completely repressive and puritanical. On the contrary, the self-defined social purity movement at the centre of this book talked endlessly about sex in order to create a healthy sexuality among both native-born and immigrant Canadians. Sexual health was linked to racial purity, and both of these were in turn linked to efforts to abolish urban slums by means of symbolic as well as physical "light, soap, and water." This study uncovers a little known dimension of Canadian social history and shows that moral reform was not the project of a marginal puritanical group but was central to the race, class, and gender organization of modern English Canada.



Water in Mineral Processing

Water in Mineral Processing Author Jaroslaw Drelich
ISBN-10 9780873353496
Release 2012
Pages 497
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One of the major challenges confronting the mining and minerals processing industry in the 21st century will be managing in an environment of ever decreasing water resources. Because most mineral processing requires high water use, there will be even more urgency to develop and employ sustainable technologies that will reduce consumption and the discharge of process-affected water. Water in Mineral Processing provides a comprehensive, state-of-the-art examination of this vital issue. A compilation of papers presented at the First International Symposium on Water in Mineral Processing, this book shares the insights of dozens of respected experts from industry and academia. A significant portion of the content is devoted to saline solutions and processing with sea water. Other chapters explore the latest in water treatment and biological methods, the effect of water quality on minerals processing, and water and tailings management. Water in Mineral Processing is an authoritative, first-of-its-kind resource that can help mining practitioners apply innovative water-use and purification technologies in the demanding years ahead.