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eBook Wastewater Reuse for Golf Course Irrigation epub

by Michael P. Kenna,James T. Snow

eBook Wastewater Reuse for Golf Course Irrigation epub
  • ISBN: 1566700906
  • Author: Michael P. Kenna,James T. Snow
  • Genre: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lewis Publishers; 1 edition (April 3, 1994)
  • Pages: 294 pages
  • ePUB size: 1409 kb
  • FB2 size 1525 kb
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Water quality, water conservation, regulations, water rights, water delivery, design of systems, monitoring concerns, retrofitting a course for recycled water, and successful case studies are just some of the important topics covered in this informative, valuable book

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Turfgrass Science & Engineering. Wastewater Reuse for Golf Course Irrigation. CRC Press Published February 3, 1994 Reference - 304 Pages ISBN 9781566700900 - CAT L1090. This book will help golf course superintendents, irrigation consultants, architects, and builders understand how it affects their job and what to do about it. Table of Contents.

Feasibility of Using Wastewater on Golf Courses: Wastewater Irrigation for Golf Courses: Advantages versus Disadvantages (.

This book will help golf course superintendents, irrigation consultants, architects, and builders understand how it affects their job and what to do about it. Feasibility of Using Wastewater on Golf Courses: Wastewater Irrigation for Golf Courses: Advantages versus Disadvantages (. Case Studies: Retrofitting a Golf Course for Recycled Water: An Engineer's Perspective (. Princeton Meadows Country Club (P. Powondra). Kiawah Island Golf Club (G. Frye). The Use of Effluent Irrigation Water: A Case Study in the West (M. Huck).

Wastewater Reuse for Golf Course Irrigation. P. Kenna; Collaborator-James T. Snow. Published by Lewis Publishers (1994). ISBN 10: 1566700906 ISBN 13: 9781566700900. Kenna, Michael P. Published by Lewis Pub/ CRC Press, Chelsea, Michigan, .

reclaimed wastewater to irrigate golf courses was one of the reasons to conduct this study. promote reclaimed wastewater reuse such as the use of efficient storage and irrigation water filtration. In addition, some special amendments are recommended to alleviate salinity damage to the. turfgrass of these golf courses. Keywords: Reclaimed wastewater; Marrakech; Golf course; Irrigation; Turfgrass. Citations (1). References (2. .Agriculture is the main use of reclaimed water, and it has been expanded all over the world ( Pedrero et a. 2010;Sato et a. 2013).

Typically regarded as significant users of water, golf courses areunder increasing scrutiny by governmental and environmental groups,making it essential that the up-to-date information found here-onsuch topics as water supply, plant irrigation requirements,application uniformity, and construction management-be at thefingertips of every golf course professional.

Urban irrigation with recycled water helps to attain water sustainability, which .

Urban irrigation with recycled water helps to attain water sustainability, which subsequently leads a city to grow as a liveable city. In southern California, recycled water was used for irrigating mainly golf courses and lawns. An extensive survey conducted by Tanji and Grattan (2007) shows that in 2002, on average 2. % of total recycled water was used for landscape irrigation. Wastewater reuse for the purpose of irrigation of agricultural crops, amenity planting and recreational facilities started in the late 1990s (Radcliffe 2010).

Wastewater Reuse for Golf Course Irrigation, authored by leading researchers and practitioners, covers a wide range of technical and regulatory aspects of how and why to irrigate golf courses with reused wastewater. Water quality, water conservation, regulations, water rights, water delivery, design of systems, monitoring concerns, retrofitting a course for recycled water, and successful case studies are just some of the important topics covered in this informative, valuable book. California, Arizona, and Florida are a few of the states that have laws mandating the uses of reused wastewater. This book will help golf course superintendents, irrigation consultants, architects, and builders understand how it affects their job and what to do about it.
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