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Main Title Water supply and wastewater in coastal areas : Southeastern conference, April 2-4, 1975 : [proceedings] /
Author Stewart, James M.
CORP Author Coastal Plains Center for Marine Development Services.; North Carolina. State University, Raleigh. Sea Grant Program.; University of North Carolina (System). Water Resources Research Institute.
Publisher Water Resources Research Institute of the University of North Carolina,
Year Published 1975
OCLC Number 02509045
ISBN $8.00
Subjects Sewage disposal--Congresses. ; Water-supply--Congresses. ; Coastal zone management--Congresses. ; Waste Water.
Additional Subjects Water-supply--Congresses ; Sewage disposal--Congresses ; Coastal zone management--Congresses
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http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CZIC-td201-s69-1975/pdf/CZIC-td201-s69-1975.pdf
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EKAM  TD201.W3650 Region 4 Library/Atlanta,GA 01/01/1988
Collation vi, 187 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Notes
"University of North Carolina sea grant reprint no. 83." Preface: "Among the most valuable resources of the Southeastern United States are its coastal lands and waters. The coastal areas, and in particular their estuaries, are among the most biologically productive regions of the nation, spawning major sports and commercial fisheries. The extremely high recreational and esthetic values of coastal lands and waters carry the seeds of their own destruction through their attractiveness for economic development. In recent years these areas and their fragile ecosystems have been threatened with increasing pressures for development. Unless these pressures are controlled and directed in a conscious way, the very features of the coast that make it economically, esthetically, and ecologically rich will be damaged, even destroyed. A major problem associated with increasing population growth and economic development in these areas is the provision of safe and adequate water supplies and management of wastewater discharges in a manner consistent with public health and welfare and environmental protection."--Page iii. Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Notes
Call to order / Beverly C. Snow -- Opening remarks / R. Jackson Hawke -- Water supply and wastewater disposal -- planning and problems in coastal areas / Paul S. Denison -- Ocean outfall disposal systems / Donald L. Feuerstein -- Environmental assessment of marine outfalls / David R. Hopkins -- Management and financing alternatives for waste disposal in coastal areas / Warren Jake Wicker -- Land disposal of wastewater / F.J. Humenik -- Deep well disposal of wastewater / James C. Crooks and Charles W. Sever -- The role of conventional wastewater treatment in coastal areas / James C. Brown -- Groundwater supplies of the coastal region / Harry E. LeGrand -- The availability of desalting for water supply from saline sources / Walter L. Barnes -- Wastewater reuse in coastal areas / F. Eugene McJunkin -- Summary: technological alternatives for water supply and wastewater disposal in the coastal area / Billy L. Edge -- Man discovers the coastal environment: a footprint in the sand / James C. Wallace -- First the water, then the sewer, then land use planning: coastal planning in retrospect and in the now / James R. Hinkley -- Economic implications of coastal waste disposal alternatives / Ronald M. North -- Public participation in water and wastewater planning / Benjamin C. Dysart -- Impact of water supply and wastewater on the coastal and marine environments / B.J. Copeland.