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Essentials of Environmental Science
Authors:   N. Vasudevan

ISBN: 978-81-7319-706-2 
Publication Year:   2006
Pages:   308
Binding:   Paper Back


About the book

Essentials of Environmental Science is divided into three main sections covering the Cellular and Chemical basis of life, Biological Communities, Structure and Functional aspects of Ecosystem, Biogeochemical cycling and Natural Ecosystems. The second section covers the Natural Resources, Pollution of Water, Soil and Air, and Solid and Hazardous Waste Management followed by the third section covering Human population, Global environmental issues and Environmental Management.


Key Features

  • Glossary of Terms Conversion Factors Bibliography Comprehensive index in Appendixes



Table of content

Preface/ Cellular Basis of Life / Chemical Composition of Living Organisms / Biological Communities and Species Interactions / Ecosystems / Natural Resources / Biodiversity and Conservation / Water Pollution and Treatment / Soil Pollution / Air Pollution and Control / Noise Pollution / Solid and Hazardous Waste Management / Human Population Growth and Environment / Global Issues on Environment / Environmental Management / Appendix / Glossary / Bibliography / Internet Resources / Index.




Audience
Undergraduate - Postgraduate Students, Researchers, Professionals