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  • Keywords: Central Asia ; Tien Shan ; basin formation ; geological evolution ; sedimentary basin ; climatic change
    Notes: The geological evolution of Central Asia commenced with the formation of a complex Precambrian–Palaeozoic orogen. Cimmerian blocks were then accreted to the southern margin in the Mesozoic, leading to tectonic reactivation of older structures and discrete episodes of basin formation. The Indian and Arabian blocks collided with Asia in the Cenozoic, leading to renewed structural reactivation, intracontinental deformation and basin development. This complex evolution resulted in the present-day setting of an elongated Tien Shan range flanked by large Mesozoic–Cenozoic sedimentary basins with smaller intramontane basins distributed within the range. This volume presents multidisciplinary results and reviews from research groups in Europe and Central Asia that focus on the western part of the Tien Shan and some of the adjacent large sedimentary basins. These works elucidate the Late Palaeozoic–Cenozoic tectono-sedimentary evolution of the area. Emphasis is given to the collision of terranes and continents and the ensuing fault reactivations. The impact of climatic changes on sedimentation is also examined. | Contents: Geological evolution of Central Asian Basins and the western Tien Shan Range / Marie-Françoise Brunet, Edward R. Sobel and Tom McCann / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 427, 1-17, 14 July 2017, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP427.17 --- Regional evolution and extensional sedimentary basins --- Mesozoic tectonic and topographic evolution of Central Asia and Tibet: a preliminary synthesis / Marc Jolivet / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 427, 19-55, 21 September 2015, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP427.2 --- Structural setting and evolution of the Afghan orogenic segment – a review / Agemar Siehl / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 427, 57-88, 3 August 2015, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP427.8 --- Late Palaeozoic and Mesozoic evolution of the Amu Darya Basin (Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan) / Marie-Françoise Brunet, Andrey V. Ershov, Maxim V. Korotaev, Vladislav N. Melikhov, Eric Barrier, Dmitriy O. Mordvintsev and Irina P. Sidorova / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 427, 89-144, 14 July 2017, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP427.18 --- Structure and evolution of the Bukhara-Khiva region during the Mesozoic: the northern margin of the Amu-Darya Basin (southern Uzbekistan) / Dmitriy Mordvintsev, Eric Barrier, Marie-Françoise Brunet, Christian Blanpied and Irina Sidorova / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 427, 145-174, 3 May 2017, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP427.16 --- Subsidence history and basin-fill evolution in the South Caspian Basin from geophysical mapping, flexural backstripping, forward lithospheric modelling and gravity modelling / N. A. Abdullayev, F. Kadirov and I. S. Guliyev / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 427, 175-196, 27 August 2015, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP427.5 --- Modelling the collisional and sedimentary evolution of the western part of the Tien Shan --- Crustal-scale structure of South Tien Shan: implications for subduction polarity and Cenozoic reactivation / C. Loury, Y. Rolland, S. Guillot, A. V. Mikolaichuk, P. Lanari, O. Bruguier and D. Bosch / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 427, 197-229, 22 July 2015, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP427.4 --- The stratigraphic, sedimentological and structural evolution of the southern margin of the Kazakhstan continent in the Tien Shan Range during the Devonian to Permian / Dmitriy V. Alexeiev, Harry E. Cook, Alexandra V. Djenchuraeva and Alexander V. Mikolaichuk / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 427, 231-269, 15 July 2015, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP427.3 --- Lithospheric structure in Central Eurasia derived from elevation, geoid anomaly and thermal analysis / Alexandra M. M. Robert, Manel Fernàndez, Ivone Jiménez-Munt and Jaume Vergés / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 427, 271-293, 7 September 2015, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP427.10 --- Fault reactivation and far field effects --- Talas–Fergana Fault Cenozoic timing of deformation and its relation to Pamir indentation / Alejandro Bande, Edward R. Sobel, Alexander Mikolaichuk and Verónica Torres Acosta / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 427, 295-311, 17 July 2015, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP427.1 --- Cenozoic palaeoenvironmental and tectonic controls on the evolution of the northern Fergana Basin / Alejandro Bande, Shukhrat Radjabov, Edward R. Sobel and Tatyana Sim / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 427, 313-335, 18 December 2015, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP427.12 --- Sedimentation, environment and climate --- Integrated stratigraphy of a continental Pliensbachian–Toarcian Boundary (Lower Jurassic) section at Taskomirsay, Leontiev Graben, southwest Kazakhstan / Johann Schnyder, Denise Pons, Johan Yans, Romain Tramoy and Saya Abdulanova / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 427, 337-356, 14 November 2016, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP427.15 --- Lower–Middle Jurassic facies patterns in the NW Afghan–Tajik Basin of southern Uzbekistan and their geodynamic context / Franz T. Fürsich, Marie-Françoise Brunet, Jean-Luc Auxiètre and Hermann Munsch / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 427, 357-409, 6 August 2015, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP427.9 --- The Jurassic of the Western Tien Shan: the Central Kyzylkum Region, Uzbekistan / Tom McCann / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 427, 411-437, 31 March 2016, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP427.13 --- The Cretaceous of the South Kyzylkum and Nuratau Region, Western Tien Shan, Central Uzbekistan / Tom McCann / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 427, 439-489, 29 April 2016, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP427.14 --- The Upper Jurassic–Lower Cretaceous alluvial-fan deposits of the Kalaza Formation (Central Asia): tectonic pulse or increased aridity? / Marc Jolivet, Sylvie Bourquin, Gloria Heilbronn, Cecile Robin, Laurie Barrier, Marie-Pierre Dabard, Yingying Jia, Elien De Pelsmaeker and Bihong Fu / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 427, 491-521, 21 September 2015, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP427.6 --- Cenozoic evolution of the Pamir and Tien Shan mountains reflected in syntectonic deposits of the Tajik Basin / M. Klocke, T. Voigt, J. Kley, S. Pfeifer, T. Rocktäschel, S. Keil and R. Gaupp / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 427, 523-564, 11 September 2015, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP427.7 --- Late Eocene palaeogeography of the proto-Paratethys Sea in Central Asia (NW China, southern Kyrgyzstan and SW Tajikistan) / Roderic Bosboom, Oleg Mandic, Guillaume Dupont-Nivet, Jean-Noël Proust, Cholponbek Ormukov and Jovid Aminov / Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 427, 565-588, 7 September 2015, https://doi.org/10.1144/SP427.11
    Pages: VII, 605 S. : Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.
    ISBN: 978-1-86239-738-5
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  • Rijeka, Croatia : InTech
    Keywords: solid waste ; waste management
    Notes: The book points out that rural regions need proper attention at the global level concerning solid waste management sector where bad practices and public health threats could be avoided through traditional and integrated waste management routes. Solid waste management in rural areas is a key issue in developing and transitioning countries due to the lack of proper waste management facilities and services. The book further examines, on the one hand, the main challenges in the development of reliable waste management practices across rural regions and, on the other hand, the concrete solutions and the new opportunities across the world in dealing with municipal and agricultural wastes. The book provides useful information for academics, various professionals, the members of civil society, and national and local authorities. | Contents: Chapter 1: Introductory Chapter: Rural Waste Management Issues at Global Level by Florin-Constantin Mihai and Mohammad J. Taherzadeh --- Chapter 2: Household’s Willingness to Accept Waste Separation for Improvement of Rural Waste Bank’s Effectivity by Christia Meidiana, Harnenti Afni Yakin and Wawargita Permata Wijayanti --- Chapter 3: The Role of the Informal Sector in a Rurbanised Environment by Petra Schneider, Le Hung Anh, Jan Sembera and Rodolfo Silva --- Chapter 4: Decentralized Composting of Organic Waste in a European Rural Region: A Case Study in Allariz (Galicia, Spain) by Iria Villar Comesaña, David Alves, Salustiano Mato, Xosé Manuel Romero and Bernardo Varela --- Chapter 5: Solid Waste in Agricultural Soils: An Approach Based on Environmental Principles, Human Health, and Food Security by Cácio Luiz Boechat, Adriana Miranda de Santana Arauco, Rose Maria Duda, Antonny Francisco Sampaio de Sena, Manoel Emiliano Lopes de Souza and Ana Clecia Campos Brito --- Chapter 6: Home Composting Using Facultative Reactor by Sandro Xavier de Campos, Rosimara Zittel, Karine Marcondes da Cunha and Luciléia Granhern Tavares Colares --- Chapter 7: Enhanced Anaerobic Digestion of Organic Waste by Abbass Jafari Kang and Qiuyan Yuan --- Chapter 8: Palm Oil Mill Solid Waste Generation and Uses in Rural Area in Benin Republic: Retrospection and Future Outlook by Tatiana W. Koura, Gustave D. Dagbenonbakin, Valentin M. Kindomihou and Brice A. Sinsin --- Chapter 9: The Solid Wastes of Coffee Production and of Olive Oil Extraction: Management Perspectives in Rural Areas by Maria Cristina Echeverria, Elisa Pellegrino and Marco Nuti
    Pages: 200 S.
    ISBN: 978-953-51-3485-5
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  • Keywords: grass ; sustainability ; climate change
    Notes: This book has been prepared to embody the major and efficient applications of the different duties and roles of grasses in our life, as well as offered a solid concept for this kind of science. The book aims to illustrate various ideas, methods and how it is treated in the agronomic process for different forms of grasses in human life. | Contents: Chapter 1: Introductory Chapter: Overview on Grass Topic by Amjad Almusaed --- Chapter 2: Analytical Interpretation of the Beneficial Interaction Between Microorganisms and Grasses by Rafael Goulart Machado --- Chapter 3: Importance of Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) for Controlling of Aquatic Vegetation by Yusuf Bozkurt, İlker Yavas, Aziz Gül, Beytullah Ahmet Balcı and Nurdan Coskun Çetin --- Chapter 4: Study of Some North African Grasses (Ampelodesma mauritanica and Esparto Grass) by Maghchiche Abdelhak --- Chapter 5: Endemic Species of the Family Poaceae in Chile: Taxonomy, Distribution, and Conservation by Víctor L. Finot, Alicia Marticorena, Roberto Rodríguez and Romina G. Muñoz --- Chapter 6: Beyond Turf and Lawn: Poaceae in This Age of Climate Change by Katherine Dunster --- Chapter 7: Lemon Grass (Cymbopogon citratus) by Miss Phool Shahzadi --- Chapter 8: Vetiver Grass: A Tool for Sustainable Agriculture by Suarau O. Oshunsanya and OrevaOghene Aliku
    Pages: 166 S.
    ISBN: 978-953-51-3493-0
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  • Keywords: research and development ; R&D ; research transfer
    Notes: This book traces the evolution and trends in research and development (R&D) and sheds light on key R&D practices of vital importance for human, institutional, and economic sector growth. Following an introductory chapter, gathering a pool of knowledge about R&D, the subsequent book chapters are classified into three sections: (1) "R&D for human growth and prosperity" with particular focus on human development and research-development-extension relationships, (2) "R&D for institutional growth" with particular focus on small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), and (3) "R&D for economic sector growth" with particular focus on smart microgrids, energy consumption and greenhouse gas emission, and metallurgical industry. Target readers of this book are various economic stakeholders including academia, industry, investors, and public sector entities. Given its transdisciplinary coverage of various areas in research and development, this book fills a knowledge gap and motivates research and innovation among academia, industry, and public sector. | Contents: Chapter 1: Introductory Chapter: R&D Trends and Evolution - Emerging Concepts, Frameworks, Policies, Management Systems, and Applications by Soha Maad --- Chapter 2: Human Development and Research-Development-Extension Relationships by Orhan Özçatalbaş --- Chapter 3: SMEs Development through Public and Private Partnerships: The Key Role of Research Transfer and Patent Information Analysis by Henri Dou --- Chapter 4: Smart Microgrids: Optimizing Local Resources toward Increased Efficiency and a More Sustainable Growth by Wilfried Elmenreich, Tamer Khatib and Andrea Monacchi --- Chapter 5: Assessing the Possible Potential in Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emission: Application of a Proven Hybrid Method by Oludolapo Akanni Olanrewaju and Charles Mbohwa --- Chapter 6: Research and Devolopment about Metallurgical Industry of Romania by Adrian Ioana, Augustin Semenescu and Mihnea Costoiu
    Pages: 138 S.
    ISBN: 978-953-51-3479-4
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  • Rijeka, Croatia : InTech
    Keywords: granular materials ; granular flow
    Notes: This volume presents basic notions and fundamental properties of granular materials covering a wide spectrum of granular material mechanics. The granular materials may behave as fluids or solids or both. The grain size may span from microscopic to macroscopic scale. From the wet sand effect, Reynolds inspired in 1885 the notion of granular universe introducing the term "dilatancy." Bak, Tan, and Wisenfeld (1987, 1988) used the sand pile as a representative model of complex systems. In this collection of chapters, granular dynamics, granular flow from dilute to jammed states, dynamics of granular gas in microgravity, particle jetting induced by impulsive loadings, particle migration phenomena in embankment dams, and the grading entropy-based criteria of granular materials and filters are presented. | Contents: Chapter 1: Introductory Chapter: A Short Survey of Landmarks by Michael G. Sakellariou --- Chapter 2: Dissipative Dynamics of Granular Materials by Albert S. Kim and Hyeon-Ju Kim --- Chapter 3: Granular Flow: From Dilute to Jammed States by Hao Shi, Dalila Vescovi, Abhinendra Singh, Sudeshna Roy, Vanessa Magnanimo and Stefan Luding --- Chapter 4: Dynamics of a 2D Vibrated Model Granular Gas in Microgravity by Yan Grasselli, Georges Bossis, Alain Meunier and Olga Volkova --- Chapter 5: Particle Jetting Induced by the Impulsive Loadings by Kun Xue, Xiaoliang Shi, Kaiyuan Du and Haoran Cui --- Chapter 6: Particle Migration Phenomena Related to Hydromechanical Effects at Contact between Different Materials in Embankment Dams by Francesco Federico --- Chapter 7: The Grading Entropy-Based Criteria for Structural Stability of Granular Materials and Filters by János Lőrincz, Emöke Maria Imre and Vijay Pal Singh
    Pages: 190 S.
    ISBN: 978-953-51-3505-0
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  • Rijeka, Croatia : InTech
    Keywords: hydrology ; floods
    Notes: In this book, contributions from several experts specializing in the area of flood risk management are assembled into a single volume. Application and testing of numerical and statistical models that can simulate the complex reality along with effective flood management strategies that are being implemented in various nations are presented. This collection of topics will provide an update to the reader as to the state of the art in this important technical field. | Contents: Chapter 1: Strategies for Testing the Impact of Natural Flood Risk Management Measures by Barry Hankin, Peter Metcalfe, David Johnson, Nick A. Chappell, Trevor Page, Iain Craigen, Rob Lamb and Keith Beven --- Chapter 2: Flood Risk Mapping in the Amazon by Milena Marília Nogueira de Andrade, Iris Celeste Nascimento Bandeira, Dianne Danielle Farias Fonseca, Paulo Eduardo Silva Bezerra, Ádanna de Souza Andrade and Rodrigo Silva de Oliveira --- Chapter 3: Floods Forecast in the Caribbean by Luz Estella Torres Molina --- Chapter 4: Economic Growth and Employment Effects as a Result of the Upper Austrian Flood Protection Building Program by Sebastian Goers, Friedrich Schneider, Horst Steinmüller and Andreas Zauner --- Chapter 5: Geodesign a Tool for Redefining Flood Risk Disaster in Developing Countries: A Case Study of Southern Catchment of Ankobra Basin, Ghana by Adams Osman and Benjamin Nyarko --- Chapter 6: An Additive Statistical Modeling Approach to the Analysis of Transport Infrastructure Flood Risk-Based Resilience by Mohammad Mojtahedi, Sidney Newton and Faham Tahmasebinia --- Chapter 7: Flood Management in China: The Huaihe River Basin as a Case Study by Qian Mingkai and Wang Kai --- Chapter 8: Two-Dimensional Hydraulic Modeling and Geotechnical Analysis of Earthen Regulation Dams Located at Arroyo Las Viboras Watershed in a Major Transboundary Mexico-USA Metroplex: How an Ordinary Rain Event Caused Major Damage Related to Extraordinary Flooding by Oscar Sotero Dena Ornelas, Diane Irene Doser, Oscar Fidencio Ibañez Hernández, Griselda Janeth Obeso Cortez and Miguel Angel Galdean Vega --- Chapter 9: Understanding Flood Risk Management in Asia: Concepts and Challenges by Saleem Ashraf, Muhammad Luqman, Muhammad Iftikhar, Ijaz Ashraf and Zakaria Yousaf Hassan --- Chapter 10: Analysis of the Influence of the 2007–2008 La Niña Events, Land Use, and Dam Management Modes on the 2008 Spring Freshet Characteristics in Quebec, Canada by Ali Arkamose Assani --- Chapter 11: One- and Two-Dimensional Hydrological Modelling and Their Uncertainties by Mohd Talha Anees, Khiruddin Abdullah, Mohd Nawawi Mohd Nordin, Nik Norulaini Nik Ab Rahman, Muhammad Izzuddin Syakir and Mohd. Omar Abdul Kadir --- Chapter 12: Multicriteria Decision Analysis for Flood Risk Management: The Case of the Mapai Dam at the Limpopo River Basin, Mozambique by Avelino I. Mondlane --- Chapter 13: Flood Risk Management in Mexico by Felipe I. Arreguín-Cortés and Claudia Elizabeth Cervantes-Jaimes --- Chapter 14: Estimating Flood Quantiles on the Basis of Multi-Event Rainfall Simulation by Elżbieta Jarosińska and Katarzyna Pierzga --- Chapter 15: Towards the Development of a Capability Assessment System for Flood Risk Management by Mohammad Hijji, Saad Amin, Wayne Harrop and Rahat Iqbal
    Pages: 324 S.
    ISBN: 978-953-51-3465-7
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  • Rijeka, Croatia : InTech
    Keywords: biogeography
    Notes: This book is aimed to cover the phylogenetic and functional ecology with special reference to ecological shifts. I hope this book may benefit the students, fellow professors, and resource managers studying plant sciences. Since the topics stated in this book are not new but the issues and technologies mentioned were new to me, I expect that they will be new and equally advanced for the readers too. I encourage the readers to get out into the field to identify plants and to dig out the anthropogenic and social activities effecting plants to come along with the development of plant ecology; to rise and serve the topic of the enormous number of plants facing extinction; and to relish themselves and make some effort to contribute something to the world. | Contents: Chapter 1: Introductory Chapter: Plant Ecology by Zubaida Yousaf and Habiba Ramazan --- Chapter 2: Detection of Environmental Mutagens Through Plant Bioassays by Özlem Aksoy --- Chapter 3: Ecology of Woody Plants in African Savanna Ecosystems by Allan Sebata --- Chapter 4: Modification in Grassland Ecology under the Influence of Changing Climatic and Land Use Conditions by Jimin Cheng, Chengcheng Gang, Liang Guo, Wei Li, Jingwei Jin, Jishuai Su and Lin Wei --- Chapter 5: Leaf Ecology and Radiocesium Contamination in Trees/Forests by Toshihiro Yoshihara --- Chapter 6: Plant-Microbe Ecology: Interactions of Plants and Symbiotic Microbial Communities by Ying-Ning Ho, Dony Chacko Mathew and Chieh-Chen Huang --- Chapter 7: Phytosociological Surveys in Weed Science: Old Concept, New Approach by Germani Concenço, Patrícia Menegaz de Farias, Néstor Fabio Alzate Quintero, Fábio Schreiber, Leandro Galon, Michely Tomazi, Ivana Santos Moisinho, Mariane Camponogara Coradini, William Christofari Ceolin and André Andres --- Chapter 8: Ecological Response to Global Change: Changes in C:N:P Stoichiometry in Environmental Adaptations of Plants by Renato de Mello Prado and Gilmara Pereira da Silva --- Chapter 9: Biogeographical Areas of Hispaniola (Dominican Republic, Republic of Haiti) by Ana Cano Ortiz, Carmelo María Musarella and Eusebio Cano Carmona
    Pages: 198 S.
    ISBN: 978-953-51-3339-1
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  • Keywords: heuristics
    Notes: In the last few years, the society is witnessing ever-growing levels of complexity in the optimization paradigms lying at the core of different applications and processes. This augmented complexity has motivated the adoption of heuristic methods as a means to balance the Pareto trade-off between computational efficiency and the quality of the produced solutions to the problem at hand. The momentum gained by heuristics in practical applications spans further towards hyper-heuristics, which allow constructing ensembles of simple heuristics to handle efficiently several problems of a single class. In this context, this short book compiles selected applications of heuristics and hyper-heuristics for combinatorial optimization problems, including scheduling and other assorted application scenarios. | Contents: Chapter 1: Hyper-Heuristics and Metaheuristics for Selected Bio-Inspired Combinatorial Optimization Problems by Aleksandra Swiercz --- Chapter 2: Multi-Objective Hyper-Heuristics by Mashael Suliaman Maashi --- Chapter 3: Heuristics Techniques for Scheduling Problems with Reducing Waiting Time Variance by Satyasundara Mahapatra, Rati Ranjan Dash and Sateesh K. Pradhan --- Chapter 4: Efficient Heuristics for Scheduling with Release and Delivery Times by Nodari Vakhania --- Chapter 5: Advanced Particle Filter Methods by Roi Yozevitch and Boaz Ben-Moshe --- Chapter 6: On the Use of Hybrid Heuristics for Providing Service to Select the Return Channel in an Interactive Digital TV Environment by Marcos César da Rocha Seruffo, Ádamo Lima de Santana, Carlos Renato Lisboa Francês and Nandamudi Lankalapalli Vijaykumar
    Pages: 134 S.
    ISBN: 978-953-51-3383-4
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  • Rijeka, Croatia : InTech
    Keywords: desalination
    Notes: Increasing population and environmental pollution are the main stress on freshwater sources. On the other hand, freshwater needs of human being increase dramatically every day. From agriculture to industry and from household to recreation, we need freshwater. In the near future, saltwater and brackish water bodies may be the main source of freshwater for our planet. Desalination phenomena are now being implemented with increasing interest. The book on desalination provides a valuable scientific contribution on freshwater production from saltwater sources. In this book, necessary theoretical knowledge and experimental results of different desalination processes are presented. | Contents: Chapter 1: Membrane Thermodynamics for Osmotic Phenomena by Albert S. Kim and Heyon-Ju Kim --- Chapter 2: Pulsating Flow Effects on Hydrodynamics in a Desalination Membrane Filled with Spacers by Armando A. Soares, João Silva, Eliseu Monteiro and Abel Rouboa --- Chapter 3: Desalination: A Means of Increasing Irrigation Water Sources for Sustainable Crop Production by OrevaOghene Aliku --- Chapter 4: Application of Multilayer Thin Film Technology in Desalination Membrane by Syed Javaid Zaidi and Farid Fadhillah --- Chapter 5: Phase Equilibria and Phase Separation of the Aqueous Solution System Containing Lithium Ions by Long Li, Yafei Guo and Tianlong Deng --- Chapter 6: Marmara Seawater Desalination by Membrane Distillation: Direct Consumption Assessment of Produced Drinking Water by Coskun Aydiner, Derya Y. Koseoglu Imer, Salim Oncel, Esra Can Dogan, Ali Oguzhan Narci, Serif Cakmak, Tugba Nur Yilmaz, Emin Ender Celebi and Yasemin Melek Tilki --- Chapter 7: On the Purification of Agro-Industrial Wastewater by Membrane Technologies: The Case of Olive Mill Effluents by Javier Miguel Ochando-Pulido and Antonio Martinez-Ferez --- Chapter 8: Solar Thermal-Driven Desalination Pursuing Products of Pure Water and Salts and Leaving Minimum Impact to Environment by Ben Xu, Peiwen Li and Penghua Guo --- Chapter 9: Responding to Water Challenges Through Desalination: Energy Considerations by George Arampatzis, Avraam Kartalidis and Dionysis Assimacopoulos --- Chapter 10: Importance and Significance of UF/MF Membrane Systems in Desalination Water Treatment by Iqbal Ahmed, Khaled S. Balkhair, Muhammad H. Albeiruttye and Amer Ahmed Jamil Shaiban --- Chapter 11: NEREU Project: Construction of a Plasma Reactor for Reform of Greenhouse Gases for Treatment of Wastewater of the Marine Farms by André Pedral S. de Sena --- Chapter 12: Low-Cost Multi-Effect Solar Still: Alternative Appropriate Technology for Personal Desalination by Pak Hunkyun
    Pages: 276 S.
    ISBN: 978-953-51-3363-6
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  • Call number: IASS 17.91006
    Type of Medium: Monograph available for loan
    Pages: 228 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 9783658127053 , 3658127058 , 9783658127060 (eBook)
    Series Statement: Research
    Language: German
    Branch Library: IASS Library
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