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UNEP/ILEC Guidelines of Lake Management series

Introductory textbook for decision/policy makers on environmental management of lakes and reservoirs.

Language: English
Size: B5 [transformation] 
Color: B/W
Price: 2500 yen

Vol.1 Principles of lake management (1989)  Lump Download [7.2MB]

language: English
ISBN: 4-906356-27-3
First edition: 1989
Edited by: Prof. Sven E. Jorgensen & Prof. Richard A. Vollenweider
(CD-ROM only)

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Spanish
Portuguese
Thai
Chinese
French
Japanese

Contents
Part A: General Principles

Chapter.1: General Introduction (Jorgensen & Vollenweider)

Chapter.2: Ecosystem Concepts (J. Overbeck)

Chapter.3: Problems of Lakes and Reservoirs (Jorgensen & Vollenweider)

Chapter.4: Qualitative and Quantitative Assessment of the problem (Overbeck)

Chapter.5: Assessment of Mass Balance (Vollenweider)

Chapter.6: Use of Models (Jorgensen)

Chapter.7: Remedial Techniques (Jorgensen & Vollenweider)

Chapter.8: Planning for Sound Management of Lake Environment (M. Nakamura, M. Hashimoto, J.G. Tundisi & C. Bauer)

Part B: Case Studies

Chapter.1: Laguna de Bay Region (M.L. Cardenas, J.D. Centeno, Jr. & L.A. Viloria)

Chapter.2: Management of Reservoirs in Brazil (Tundisi)

Chapter.3: Environmental Management of the Saguling Dam (E. Brotoisworo)

Appendix: Flow Chart (Tundisi & Overbeck)

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Vol.2 Socio-economic Aspects (1991)  Lump Download [6.4MB]

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ISBN: 87-87257-16-5
First edition: 1991
Edited by: Prof. Michio HASHIMOTO

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Chinese
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Contents

Chapter.1: Introduction (S.E. Jorgensen)

Chapter.2: Evapotraspiration in littoral vegetation (J.P. Ondok, K. Priban and J. Kvet)

Chapter.3: Erosion and filtration (S.E. Jorgensen)

Chapter.4: Water quality aspects (Akira Kurata and Tatuo Kira)

Chapter.5: Littoral habitats and communities (Ewa Piecxzynska)

Chapter.6: Impact on man (H. Loffler)

Chapter.7: Impact by man (H. Loffler)

Chapter.8: Quantification and modeling (S.E. Jorgensen)

Chapter.9: Management tools (S.E. Jorgensen)

Chapter.10: Planning (Milan Straskraba)

Chapter.11: The Kis-Balaton reservoir system as means of controlling eutrophication of Lake Balaton, Hungary (Sandor Herodek)

Chapter.12: Shore management in Lake Biwa (Tatuo Kira)

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Vol.3 Lake shore management (1990)  Lump Download [7.1MB]

language: English
ISBN: 87-87257-22-0
First edition: 1990
Edited by: Prof. Sven E. Jorgensen

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Portuguese
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Contents

Chapter.1: Introduction (S.E. Jorgensen)

Chapter.2: Evapotraspiration in littoral vegetation (J.P. Ondok, K. Priban and J. Kvet)

Chapter.3: Erosion and filtration (S.E. Jorgensen)

Chapter.4: Water quality aspects (Akira Kurata and Tatuo Kira)

Chapter.5: Littoral habitats and communities (Ewa Piecxzynska)

Chapter.6: Impact on man (H. Loffler)

Chapter.7: Impact by man (H. Loffler)

Chapter.8: Quantification and modeling (S.E. Jorgensen)

Chapter.9: Management tools (S.E. Jorgensen)

Chapter.10: Planning (Milan Straskraba)

Chapter.11: The Kis-Balaton reservoir system as means of controlling eutrophication of Lake Balaton, Hungary (Sandor Herodek)

Chapter.12: Shore management in Lake Biwa (Tatuo Kira)

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Vol.4 Toxic Substances (1992)  Lump Download [8.1MB]

language: English
ISBN: 4-906356-02-3
First edition: 1992
Edited by: Prof. Saburo Matsui

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Spanish

Contents

Chapter.1: Introduction (S. Matsui)

Chapter.2: General Principles of Toxicology (Edwin E. Herricks)

Chapter.3: Movement of Toxic Substances Through Bioaccumulation (S. Matsui)

Chapter.4: Modeling of Lake Ecotoxicology (S.E. Jorgensen)

Chapter.5: Heavy Metals and Other Inorganic Toxic Substances (John Jackson)

Case Study: Heavy Metals in Lake Balaton (J. Salanki and I. Licsko)

Chapter.6: Organic Pesticides in Aquatic Environments with Emphasis on Sources and Fate in the Great Lakes (R.J. Allan)

Chapter.7: Other Organic Toxic Substances (Jose A. Catoggio)

Chapter.8: Toxic Substances Management Principles Derived From the Experience with Water Quality Management in the Ruhr River Basin (R.R. Imhoff, P. Koppe & E.A. Nusch)

Appendix: International Resister of Potentially Toxic Chemicals (IRPTC) (Joe Banerjee)

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Vol.5 Acidification (1993)  Lump Download [6.7MB]

language: English
ISBN: 87-87257-24-6
First edition: 1993
Edited by: Prof. Sven E. Jorgensen

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Contents

1. Introduction: Overview of the Problem (S.E. Jorgensen)

2. Sources, Pollutants and Abatement Possibilities (J. Fender)

3. Effects of Lake Acidification (S.E. Jorgensen)

4. Restoration of Acidic Lakes (S.E. Jorgensen)

5. Management and Modelling of Lake Acidification (S.E. Jorgensen Case Studies:

6. Lago D’Orta Ecosystem Recovery by Liming (A. Calderoni, R. De Barnardi and R. Mosello)

7. Shallow Lakes and the Influence of Acid Rain on their Wetlands and Shore Vegetation (I. Johnsen)

8. Acidification of Lakes in Canada (Government of Canada, The State of Canada’s Environment 1991)

Appendix 1: Acids, Bases and pH (S.E. Jorgensen)

Appendix 2: Global Acidic Atmospheric Deposition (D.M. Whelpdale and L. Sasaki)

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Vol.6 Management of Inland Saline Waters (1998)  Lump Download [5.4MB]

language: English
ISBN: 4-906356-24-9
First edition: 1998
Edited by: W.D.williams

Contents

(Author: W. D. Williams)

Chapter.1: Introduction

Chapter.2: Chemical and Physical Features

Chapter.3: Biological Features

Chapter.4: Values

Chapter.5: Management Issues

Chapter.6: Case Studies

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Vol.7 Biomanipulation (1995)  Lump Download [9.1MB]

language: English
ISBN: 4-906356-15-X
First edition: 1995
Edited by: Dr. R. de Bernardo & Dr. G. Giussani

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Contents

Chapter.1: Biomanipulation: Bases for a Top-down Control (Riccardo De Bernardi and Gianluigi Giussani)

Chapter.2: Objectives of Biomanipulation (Peter Kasprazak)

Chapter.3: Food Web Alterations by Physical Changes: Eutrophication and selective fisheries (Moshe Gophen)

Chapter.4: Manipulation of Fish Population of Lake Recoveryfrom Eutrophication in the Temperate Region(Ramesh D. Gulati)

Chapter.5: Management of Eutrophication of Lakes to Enhance Fish Production (Peter Biro)

Chapter.6: Manipulation of Aquatic Plants (Brian Moss)

Chapter.7: Modelling and Biomanipulation (Sven E. Jorgensen)

Chapter.8: Case study: Lake Candia (Northern Italy) (G. Giussani and G. Galanti)

Chapter.9: Food-chain Manipulation as a Tool in Management of Small Lakes in the Netherlands: The Lake Zwemlust Example (R.D. Gulati)

Chapter.10: Case studies: Lake Balaton (Hungary) (I. Tatrai)

Chapter.11: Long Term (1970 – 1990) Whole Lake Biomanipulation Experience Case Study: Lake Kinneret (Israel) (M. Gophen)

Chapter.12: Management by Food Chain Manipulation of Lake Biwa (Japan) (Akira Kurata)

Chapter.13: Reservoir Management Using Food Chain Manipulation (C.H. D. Magadza)

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Vol.8 The World’s Lakes in Crisis (1997)  Lump Download [10.0MB]

language: English
ISBN: 4-906356-23-0
First edition: 1997
Edited by: Sven Erik Jorgensen and Saburo Matsui assistant editor Joe Banerjee

Contents

Chapter.1: Impact of Climate Change on Lakes and Reservoirs (James P.Bruce)

Chapter.2: Acidification of the Scandinavian Lakes (Sven Erik Jorgensen)

Chapter.3: Main Problems Facing Endangered Chinese Lakes with Some Suggested Principles For Their Restoration and Some Examples (Yan Jingsong and Zhang Yushu)

Chapter.4: Environmental Problems of Large Central Asian Lakes (GenadyN.Golubev)

Chapter.5: Natural History of Lakes Nasser-Nubia with Special Reference to Enviromental and Economic and Economic Questions (B.Entz)

Chapter.6: Water Quantity and Quality in Lakes and Reservoirs for Human Uses (ErnstA.Nusch)

Chapter.7: Survey of the State of World Lakes (Tatuo Kira)

Chapter.8: Conclsions (Sven Erik jorgensen and Saburo Matsui)

appendix

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Vol.9 Reservoir Water Quality Management (1999)  Lump Download [11.7MB]

llanguage: English
ISBN: 4-906356-26-5
First edition: 1999<
Edited by: M.Straskraba and J.G Tundisi

Contents

(Author: M. Straskraba & J. G. Tundisi)

1. Introduction

2. Aspects and Approaches to Water Quality Management

3. Technical Aspects of Reservoir Construction

4. Reservoirs as Ecosystems

5. Reservoir Fisheries and Its Relation to Water Quality

6. Reservoir Pollution and Water Quality Deterioration

7. Theory of Ecotechnological Management

8. Reservoir Water Quality and How is it Determined

9. Sampling,Monitoring and Water Quality Evaluation

10. Approches and Methods of Watershed Management

11. IN-Lake Ecotechnological Management

12. Management of Reservoir Outflow

13. Water Quality Management of Specific Reservoir Types

14. Mathematical Modelling of Water Quality Management

15. Case Studies

16. Conclusions

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A Focus on Lakes/Rivers in Environmental Education  Lump Download [10.9MB]

language: English
ISBN: 4-906356-25-7
First edition: 1992
Edited by: S.E.Jorgensen and M.kawashima and T.Kira

Contents
PART I: GENERAL GUIDELINES

Chapter.1: Introduction (Sven Erik Jorgensen)

Chapter.2: Development of Curricula (Sirmsree Chaisorn)

Chapter.3: Development of Teaching Materials (Munetsugu Kawashima)

Chapter.4: Additional Consideration (Munetsugu Kawashima and Sirmree Chaisorn)

PART II: NATIONAL EXPERIENCES AND CASE STUDIES

Experiences of ILEC – PEAL Project in Argentina (Silvia Martinez-Bauer and Conrado E Baver Alberto Calcagno)

Use of The Hydrographic Basin and Water Quality in The Training of School Teachers and Teaching of Environmental Science in Brazil (Jose Galizia Tundisi, Carlos E duardo Matheus, Elisabeth Gabriela Castellano Campos and Americo Jacintho Moraes)

The Danish Enviromental Education /School Project,Experiences from The Priod 1990-1995 (Sven Erik Jorgensen)

Ghana’s Environmental Education Project (Michael Tsiagbey and Nii Boi Ayibotele)

Shiga Project For Environmental Education 1989-1995 – A Case Study in Japan (Munetsugu Kawashima)

A Guideline for Envioronment Education from Chiang Mai University (Thailand) – ILEC EE Project (Sirmsree Chaisorn)

Result of Environmental Education Project Carried Out at Pattani, Thailand (Kanok Chantong)

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