Out of water : design solutions for arid regions / Liat Margolis, Aziza Chaouni, with a Foreword by Herbert Dreiseitl.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Boston : Birkhäuser, 2014.
Description
208 pages : illustrations (some color), maps, plans ; 28 cm

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Contents
  • How to Read the Case Studies. Water, Technology and Society : A Historical Overview / by Antoine Picon
  • Introduction
  • Techical optimism as an antidote to water scarcity : Desalination systems in Israel, Australia and Spain / by Alon Tal
  • A new model for water technology dissemination : Reaching 20 million people by 2020 with better water and sanitation / by Camille Dow Baker and Tommy Ka Kit Ngai
  • Kanchan arsenic filter
  • Liquid wrap
  • Vena water condenser
  • Isla urbana
  • Down to earth
  • Bridging the gap between available water and water demand : Water technologies for agricultural production in Israel / by Eilon M. Adar
  • The African market garden : introduction of drip irrigation to the Sudano Sahel region / by Dov Pasternak and Lennart Woltering
  • The role of design in hydrological modeling of river basins : the Drâa Oasis Valley / by Aziza Chaouni
  • A model for integrated agrarian urbanism : Water management in the Jordan River Basin / by Fadi Masoud
  • Wastewater treatment and reclamation in israel
  • Micro-urban communities and water-made landscapes : critical refugia, technologies and coexistence in the arid lands /by Gini Lee
  • Water-conserving design solutions : contributions of water budget analysis in arid and semi-arid regions / by James Wescoat Jr
  • Hiriya landfill recycling park
  • Taragalte Ecolodge
  • Wadi Hanifah Restoration Project
  • Wadi Hanifah Bioremediation Facility.
ISBN
  • 9783038215417 (hardcover : alk. paper)
  • 3038215414 (hardcover : alk. paper)
LCCN
2014033282
OCLC
888401636
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