Securing Water and Wastewater Systems

Global Experiences


ISBN: 978-3-319-01091-5 (Print) 978-3-319-01092-2 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-27

    Securing Water and Wastewater Systems: Global Perspectives

  3. Chapter

    Pages 29-85

    Protecting Water Supply Critical Infrastructure: An Overview

  4. Chapter

    Pages 87-105

    Industrial Control System (ICS) Cyber Security for Water and Wastewater Systems

  5. Chapter

    Pages 107-122

    Implementing Machine Learning Algorithms for Water Quality Event Detection: Theory and Practice

  6. Chapter

    Pages 123-133

    Sensor Placement Under Nodal Demand Uncertainty for Water Distribution Systems

  7. Chapter

    Pages 135-148

    Waterborne Transport Modeling of Radioactivity from the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Incident

  8. Chapter

    Pages 149-159

    Quantitatively Assessing Water Asset Reliability in the Netherlands: 15 Years of Experience

  9. Chapter

    Pages 161-187

    Environmental Management of the Puyango–Tumbes River Basin in Ecuador and Peru

  10. Chapter

    Pages 189-211

    Water Scarcity in Asia and its Long-Term Water and Border Security Implications for Australia

  11. Chapter

    Pages 213-232

    Water Diversion Projects in China

  12. Chapter

    Pages 233-250

    Feasibility of Using Satellite Water Tanks for Protecting Drinking Water in Urban Communities in Developing Countries

  13. Chapter

    Pages 251-272

    The Impacts of Global Climate Change on Water Treatment Design and Operations

  14. Chapter

    Pages 273-286

    Integrated Control and Detection of Accidental Occurrences in Water Distribution Networks

  15. Chapter

    Pages 287-313

    Plan, Prepare and Safeguard: Water Critical Infrastructure Protection in Australia

  16. Chapter

    Pages 315-342

    Latvian Practices for Protecting Water and Wastewater Infrastructure

  17. Chapter

    Pages 343-373

    Austrian Activities in Protecting Critical Water Infrastructure

  18. Back Matter

    Pages 375-398