4 edition of Water Quality of Selected Rivers in Asia found in the catalog.
Water Quality of Selected Rivers in Asia
Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific
February 11, 2000
by United Nations Publications
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||140|
River water quality and pollution control need to be addressed urgently since 98 percent of the total water used originates from rivers. Almost all of the investments in water-related infrastructure depend on reasonable river water quality. e) Low efficiency of water use. Efficiency of water use in general is low. Therefore, the H2O quality was a concerning issues since river H2O is an of import beginning demand to fit to citizens in Kota survey tends to concentrate on the appraisal the position of river H2O quality of selected rivers at Kota Marudu.
The Department of Water assesses and monitors water quality as an essential part of managing our water resources and protecting the environment.. Water quality is routinely assessed in many rivers around the state. This provides us with important information on the status of these waterways and can help us target our management actions. Water-quality indices and guideline values 16 Water quality assessment 21 Effects of river discharge on water quality 21 Water quality indices 22 Trends of individual parameters 31 Transported loads 34 Transboundary water quality 39 Transboundary areas 39 Transboundary pollution within the Lower Mekong Basin 40File Size: 2MB.
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Water quality of selected rivers in Asia: protection and rehabilitation. [United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.;] -- This publication presents detailed case studies on the national experiences of protection and rehabilitation of selected rivers in Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, the Lao People's.
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