Majeti N. V. Prasad
The Handbook of Ecological and Ecosystem Engineering delivers a comprehensive overview of the latest research and practical developments in the rapidly evolving fields of ecological and ecosystem engineering.
Beginning with an introduction to the theory and practice of ecological engineering and ecosystem services, the book addresses a wide variety of issues central to the restoration and remediation of ecological environments.
The book contains fulsome analyses of the restoration, rehabilitation, conservation, sustainability, reconstruction, remediation, and reclamation of ecosystems using ecological engineering techniques. Case studies are used to highlight practical applications of the theory discussed within.
The material in the Handbook of Ecological and Ecosystem Engineering is particularly relevant at a time when the human population is dramatically rising, and the exploitation of natural resources is putting increasing pressure on planetary ecosystems.
The book demonstrates how modern scientific ecology can contribute to the greening of the environment through the inclusion of concrete examples of successful applied management. The book also includes:A thorough discussion of ecological engineering and ecosystem services theory and practice.
An exploration of ecological and ecosystem engineering economic and environmental revitalization. An examination of the role of soil meso and macrofauna indicators for restoration assessment success in a rehabilitated mine site.
A treatment of the mitigation of urban environmental issues by applying ecological and ecosystem engineering .A discussion of soil fertility restoration theory and practice.
This Book is Written for
This Handbook is Perfect for academic researchers, industry scientists, and environmental engineers working in the fields of ecological engineering, environmental science, and biotechnology, the Handbook of Ecological and Ecosystem Engineering also belongs on the bookshelves of environmental regulators and consultants, policy makers, and employees of non-governmental organizations working on sustainable development.
1.Ecological Engineering and Ecosystem Services – Theory and Practices
2.Ecological and Ecosystem Engineering for Economic-Environmental Revitalization
3.Environmentlal Issues and Priority Areas for Ecological Engineering initiatives
4.Soil Meso and Macrofauna indicators of Restoration Success in Rehabilitated Mine sites
5.Ecological Engineering and Green Infrastructure in Mitigating Emerging Urban Environmental Threats
6.Urban Environmental Issues and Mitigation by Applying Ecological and Ecosystem Engineering
7.Soil Fertility Restoration, Theory and Practice
8.Extrasellular Soil Enzymes Act as Moderators to Restore Carbon in Soil Habitats
9.Ecological Engineering for Solid Waste Segregation, Reduction, Resource Recovery – A Contextual Analysis in Brazil
10.Urban Floods and Mitigation by Applying Ecological and Ecosystem Engineering
11.Ecological Engineering and Restoration of Mine Ecosystems
12.Ecological Restoration of Abandoned Mine Land: Theory to Practice
13.Wetland, Watershed, and Lake Restoration
14.Restoration of Riverine Health: An Ecohydrological Approach – Flew Regimes and Aquatic Biodiversity
15.Ecosystem Services of the pHoondi Islands of Loktak, a Dying Ramsar Site in Northeast India
16.The Application of Reefs in Shoreline Protection
17.Mangroves, Shore Engineers, are Nature-baser Solutions for Ensuring Coast Protection
18.Forest Degradation Prevention Through Nature-based Solutions; An Indian Perspective
19.Restoring Ecosystem Services of Degraded Forest in a Changing Climate
20.Forest degradation Prevention
21.Use of Plants for Air Quality Improvement
22.Phylloremediation for Mitigating Air Pollution
23.Green Belts for Sustainable Improvement of Air Quality
24.Air Quality Improvement Using Phylodiversity and Plant Architecture
25.Information Exposing in Digital Ecosystems ad Their Management
26.Nanotechnology in Ecological and Ecosystem Engineering
24 Jun. 2021
17 x 3.38 x 24.4 cm