Reservoir Management

Author(s): Edited by Andrew Pepper
ISBN: 9780727763570
Publication Date: 18 September 2019
Status: Forthcoming (This product will be delivered once in stock)

£100.00

Format:Hardback
Publication status: Forthcoming
Publisher:ICE Publishing
Page size:234 x 156
Number of pages:352
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Reservoir Management is the indispensable guide to managing all aspects of small to large reservoirs and dams. Reservoir managers now require a wealth of technical, environmental and legal knowledge alongside a background to key aspects of design…



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Product code: 9780727763570

Reservoir Management is the indispensable guide to managing all aspects of small to large reservoirs and dams. Reservoir managers now require a wealth of technical, environmental and legal knowledge alongside a background to key aspects of design, as well as safety know-how, in order to successfully manage their assets. There is also a need for reservoir managers to understand not just the technical fundamentals of reservoirs but to understand the impact they can have on the local environment. In this book, Andrew Pepper, with contributions from reservoir experts, covers all of the essential expertise and technical knowledge in one easy-to-read volume written with the practitioner in mind.

The book includes coverage of

  • the various functions which reservoirs perform
  • roles and responsibilities of all involved in reservoir management
  • hydrological and water quality aspects of reservoirs
  • physical components and features of dams and reservoirs
  • maintaining mechanical and electrical equipment
  • ecology, amenity and recreation purposes of reservoirs
  • reservoir safety
  • incidents and emergencies
  • sediment troubleshooting
  • reservoir decommissioning.
This book will be an essential purchase for any reservoir manager, as well as for developers and designers looking to exercise good practice for the future management of new reservoirs.