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Urban Land : Degradation - Investigation - Remediation :  Degradation - Investigation - Remediation - Dieter D. Genske

Urban Land : Degradation - Investigation - Remediation

Degradation - Investigation - Remediation

Hardcover Published: October 2007
ISBN: 9783540438458
Number Of Pages: 336

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Degradation: Impacts; The Impact of Producing Goods; The Impact of Disposing Waste; The Impact of Extracting Resources; The Impact of Warfare.- Investigation: Site Investigation Strategy; Desk Study; Field Reconnaissance; Field Investigation.- Remediation: Restoring Urban Land Versus Brownfield Aesthetics; Remediating Industrial Wasteland; Waste Disposals; Remediating Sites of Resource Extraction; Remediating Sites of Warfare; Sustainable Urban Land Recycling.- References.- Appendices: Tools of Statistics; Contaminants in Soils; Principles of Bioremediation; Subject Index; Locations.

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"... this is the book that we have been waiting for ... this book should grace the shelves of every public and private bureau associated with urban land use issues across Europe."

Prof. Alan Simson, The Leeds School of Art, Architecture and Design (Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 2, 2004: 173)

"In scope and content, it goes far beyond many works on this subject ... Overall it is a wide-ranging text incorporating a wealth of knowledge. Those involved with the management of contaminated land may read this text to widen their perspectives."

Prof. Stephan Jefferis, Civil Engineering Department, University of Surrey (Geotechnique2005: 341)

"Dieter Genske hopes that his textbook will stimulate discussion about sustainable use of urban land. ... The volume is well presented and printed. Figures are well selected from a wide range of sources ... . Overall, the book covers the wide range of material relevant to urban land in a limited space well and is worthy of examination. It is perhaps, best pitched at late-in-the course undergraduate, or graduate environmental scientists wishing to begin exploring urban land problems." (B.R.Marker, Land Degradation and Rehabilitation, Vol. 15 (6), 2004)

"There is an increasing interest in the reclamation and re-cycling of previously disturbed land. ... this book is a valiant attempt to comprehensively address the issues involved. ... The book benefits from some 398 figures in the text and 28 tables. It is comprehensively referenced ... . this is a work of deep scholarship. ... There is both a depth and breadth of knowledge ... . this book should grace the shelves of every public and private bureau associated with urban land use across Europe." (Alan Simson, Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, Issue 2-3, 2004)

Degradation: Impacts
The Impact of Producing Goods
The Impact of Disposing Waste
The Impact of Extracting Resources
The Impact of Warfare
Investigation: Site Investigation Strategy
Desk Study
Field Reconnaissance
Field Investigation
Remediation: Restoring Urban Land Versus Brownfield Aesthetics
Remediating Industrial Wasteland
Waste Disposals
Remediating Sites of Resource Extraction
Remediating Sites of Warfare
Sustainable Urban Land Recycling
References
Appendices: Tools of Statistics
Contaminants in Soils
Principles of Bioremediation
Subject Index
Locations
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ISBN: 9783540438458
ISBN-10: 3540438459
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 336
Published: October 2007
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 27.9 x 21.0  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 1.99

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