The Second International Conference on Environmental Management (ICEM2) focuses on the engineering management of the water and geo environments and aims to bring together scientists, engineers and other professionals to review as well as to report on the latest developments in the field.
This book contains 160 peer reviewed papers covering the following interdisciplinary themes: Sustainable development/environmental management. Water, wastewater and stormwater management. Water quality/sediment transport. Total catchment management. Waste management and industrial waste products. Geotechnology and the environment. Slope stability and landslide management. Natural hazards and management. Mine environmental engineering.
For industrialists, government representatives and engineers working in the field of engineering management for water and geo environments.
Environmental Management, 1st Edition
Chapter headings and selected papers: Sustainable Development, Environmental Management.
A management plan for non oil company underground fuel storage tanks (R.J. Bishop, T. Bauer). Environmental decision devices for tracing companies (B. Jager, B. Simandl). CFD aids environmental management in landfill operations (T.X. Ren, J.S. Edwards).Water, Wastewater and Stormwater Management.
Treatment of aquatic Pb(II) pollution by Salvania Rotundifolia: a case study (G. Banerjee). The effect of weather on the performance of constructed reed beds (T. Manios et al.
). Physical modelling for sewerage and stormwater management systems (J. Murtagh et al.
). Decomposition of filter media materials in biofilters treating pulping odors and VOCs (A.H. Wani, R.M.R. Branion).Water Quality, Sediment Transport.
Managing viral contamination of groundwater using a multiple criteria composite programming technique (D. Adelman et al.
). Two-dimensional model for sediment transport and diffusion simulation (M. Greco, B. Molino). Evaluation of Yamuna action plan (India): numerical water quality modelling (A.A. Kazmi, I.S. Hansen). Modelling of the water quality in an urban creek (J. Zhang, B. Wang).Total Catchment Management.
Soil slips, rock block slides and stream hydraulic processes caused by heavy rains: their interaction and relevant hazard (P. Aleotti et al.
). Development of an integrated model to simulate on-farm water recycling in the Wakool irrigation district (C. Demetriou et al.
). The improvement of dry weather conditions in streams (M. Simon). Waste Management and Industrial By-Products.
Use of slag–a direct benefit to our environment (V. Joshi, R. Arenicz). Long term settlement behavior of refuse landfills (H.I. Park, S.R. Lee). Optimizing the Portland cement matrix in regard to leaching resistance (R.J. Van Eijk, H.J.H. Brouwers). Geotechnology and the Environment.
Intelligent system in geotechnical problems (T. Chi, E. Dembicki). Energy-dissipating ability of a soil-fibre composite barrier (M.P. Luong). An economical slope stabilization scheme (M.B. Mahmud, T.F. Zimmie). Slope Stability and Landslide Management.
An example of the observational method: control works in a coastal landslide (Central Italy) (M-G Angeli). Kinematic waves in landslides (V.I. Dimova, I.V. Dimov). Rock slope risk assessment, Pittsburgh airport busway (J.V. Hamel et al.
). Natural Hazards and Management.
Comprehensive sliding block approach for seismic stability analysis of earth dams (R. Chowdhury). Assessment of uncertainties in seismic hazard analysis based on logic tree concept (L. Lu, T. Annaka). A probabilistic approach for the estimation of the hazard 'ground movement' (S. Rezig et al.
). Mine-Environmental Engineering.
Engineering geology problems in the closing down mining areas: I–relationships among mining , geology and subsidence problems (G. Crosta, C.A. Garzonio). Cost savings and improved management of rehabilitated slopes: benefits from a rainfall simulator study at the NorthParkes Mine (R.J. Loch, K. Sell). Keynote Papers.
Different approaches to landslide hazard assessment (P. Aleotti). New developments in the consideration of risk in water resources management (I. Goulter). Managing the risks to urban communities posed by environmental hazards. (K. Granger). Infrastructure systems and the environment – a vision for the new milleneum (D. Grivas). The role of government and engineers in achieving ecologically sustainable development (J. Messer). Uncertainties, risk and decision making: risk management and crisis management integrated approaches (F. Oboni). The anthropogenic paradox – is a sustainable future possible? (A. Samarin). Recent urban landslide disasters in Japan and their mechanisms (K. Sassa).