With the continuing increase in population, more people are sharing the finite resources of the urban watershed, resulting in new and increasingly complex interactions between humans and the environment. Environmental contamination is a chronic problem-and an expensive one. In urban areas, water and soil contamination poses a threat to public healt

chapter 1|20 pages

The Watershed Approach

chapter 2|44 pages

Geology of Urban Watersheds

chapter 3|52 pages

Water and the Hydrogeology of Watersheds

chapter 5|30 pages

Urban Geologic Mapping

chapter 6|30 pages

Geologic Vulnerability

chapter 7|48 pages

Common Contaminants in Urban Watersheds

chapter 8|42 pages

Contaminant Fate and Transport

chapter 9|26 pages

Metal Contamination in Urban Watersheds

chapter 10|36 pages

Contaminant Risk Factors

chapter 11|40 pages

Remediation: Techniques and Cost

chapter 13|26 pages

Pollution Prevention

chapter 16|16 pages

Attaining Sustainable Urban Watersheds