Geospatial Tools for Urban Water Resources


ISBN: 978-94-007-4733-3 (Print) 978-94-007-4734-0 (Online)

Table of contents (11 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiv

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    Pages 1-9

    GIS: A Useful Tool in Urban Water Management

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    Pages 11-35

    Identifying the Water Conservation Potential of Neighborhoods in Phoenix, Arizona: An Integrated Socio-spatial Approach

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    Pages 37-60

    Evaluating Collective Effects: A Participatory Approach to Mapping Public Information About Water Issues in an Uncertain and Politicized Context

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    Pages 61-78

    On the Relationship Between Stream Biotic Diversity and Exurbanization in the Northeastern USA

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    Pages 79-96

    Land Use Influence on the Quantity and Quality of Runoff Along Israel’s Coastal Strip

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    Pages 97-113

    Modeling Distribution of Point and Nonpoint Sources Pollution Loadings in the Saginaw Bay Watersheds, Michigan

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    Pages 115-130

    GIS Based Decision-Making Model for the Identification of High Priority Wetland and Stream Restoration Sites

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    Pages 131-144

    GIS and Remote Sensing Applications for Watershed Planning in the Maumee River Basin, Ohio

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    Pages 145-159

    The Application of GIS in Watershed Planning: The Case of the Western Lake Erie Basin

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    Pages 161-175

    Utilizing Secondary and Public Data to Examine Relationships Between Watershed Land Cover and Biotic Integrity in the Lake Erie Tributaries

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    Pages 177-192

    Use of Geospatial Technology for Oil Spill Response Planning in the Western Basin of Lake Erie

  13. Back Matter

    Pages 193-194