Urban Water Management for Future Cities

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Beschreibung

This book features expert contributions on key sustainability aspects of urban water management in Chinese agglomerations. Both technical and institutional pathways to sustainable urban water management are developed on the basis of a broad, interdisciplinary problem analysis.



Autorentext

Stephan Köster, Prof. Dr. ing., is head of the Institute of Sanitary Engineering and Waste Management at Leibniz Universität Hannover (Germany). He has held the Chair of Urban Water Management since April 2016. Köster studied Civil Engineering at RWTH Aachen University. Following his studies, he worked for several years in an engineering company, primarily in projects of international cooperation for sustainable development. He returned to RWTH Aachen University in 2000 and received his doctorate in 2004. In the year 2011 Köster joined the Hamburg University of Technology as professor, after seven years as head engineer of the Institute of Sanitary Engineering of RWTH Aachen University.

Moritz Reese, Dr. iur., is senior researcher at the Department for Enviornmental & Planning Law of the Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research (UFZ) in Leipzig, Germany. He is also Co-Speaker of the Governance Division of the Center for Advanced Water Research (CAWR), chairman of the European Environmental Law Forum  (EELF), editor in chief of the Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law (JEEPL), member of the editorial board of the German Journal for Environmental Law (Zeitschrift für Umweltrecht) and German rapporteur to the European Water Law Network. Since joining the Helmholtz Centre in 2008, Dr. Reese has focussed on research and consultancy in the fields of water governance, urban development and climate adaptation.

Jiane Zuo, Ph.D, is a professor and former vice-dean of the School of Environment at Tsinghua University. His research focuses on anaerobic biotechnology for organic wastewater and solid waste treatment and biogas recovery. Another important field of research is rain water collection and pollution control including sewer system evaluation and maintenance. Dr. Zuo got his bachelor degree from the Department of Environmental Engineering, Tsinghua University in 1991, got his master degree and Ph D degree from the Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University in 1996. He became a teacher at Tsinghua in 1995. In 2004 he was appointed full professor at the Tsinghua University. For years, he has been leading many research projects, including the Mega Water Project in Tongzhou, which serves the demonstration implementation of the Sponge-City concept in Beijing.



Inhalt

Preface

PART I: Innovative Technologies and Implementation

 

1. Urban Planning and Urban Water Management

 

1.1 Urban Stormwater Management and Sponge City Concept in China

Prof. Wu CHE, Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture

 

1.2 Maintenance and Safety of Sponge City Infrastructure
Prof. Dr. Stephan Koester, Leibniz University Hanover

 

1.3 Future-oriented Strategic Planning of Wastewater Treatment Plants
Nina Manig, Dr. Maike Beier, Prof. Dr. Karl-Heinz Rosenwinkel, Leibniz University Hanover

 

2. Drinking Water Supply

 

2.1 Urban Drinking Water Challenges and Solutions: Energy Nexus
Prof. Shuming LIU, Tsinghua University

 

2.2 Fostering Water Treatment in Eutrophic Areas: Innovative Water Quality Monitoring, and Technologies Minigating Taste & Odor Problems Demonstrated at Tai Hu
SIGN Water Treatment Team (BBE, FZJ, INGE, IWW, TZW): Christian Moldaenke, Dr. Stephan Küppers, Christian Staaks, Edmund Riehle, Dr. Tim aus der Beek, Prof. Andreas Tiehm

 

3. Urban Drainage and Rainwater Management

 

3.1 Preventive and Customized Maintenance of Underground Water Infrastructure
Dr. Regina Haussmann, Dr. Fangfang ZHAO, Prof. Dr. Johannes Pinnekamp ISA der RTWH Aachen

 

3.2 Implementing Real Time Control Systems to Minimize Emissions from the Sewer System
Dr. Michael Pabst, BPI Engineers

 

3.3 Wetland Ecological Restoration Using Near-Natural Method
Prof. Chun YE, Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences

 

3.4 Urban Flood Prevetion
Prof. Dr. Marc Illgen, DAHLEM Consulting Engineers

 

3.5 Urban Pipe Assessment Method and Its Application in Two Chinese Cities
Prof. Dr. Jina'e Zuo, Tsinghua University

 

4. Wastewater Disposal

Special issues of Wastewater Management in China
Prof. Dr. Max Dohmann, RTWH Aachen, FiW

 

PART II: Urban Water Governance

 

5. Overarching and Methodological Aspects

 

5.1 Urban Water Governance in Europa and in China: Key Challenges, Benchmarks and Approaches
Moritz Reese

 

5.2 Sustainable Water Resource Management in China Reflections from a Comparative Governance Perspective
Martin Grambow, Markus Disse, Ke Chen,Hannah Patalong & Hans-Dietrich Uhl

 

5.3 Cross-boundary Evolution of Urban Planning and Urban Drainage Towards the Water Sensitive Sponge City
Meiyue Zhou. Stephan Koester, Jiane Zuo, Wu Che, Xianping Wang

 

6. Regulatory and Organizational Framework

 

6.1 China's National Governance Framework for Urban Water Resource Management 
Zhongmei Lv & Mingqing You

 

6.2 Regional Water Policy in China Problems and Approaches in the Taihu und Wuhan Regions 
Liping Dai & Tianbao Qin

 

6.3 German Water Protection Law with a Particular Focus on Waste Water Management
Wolfgang Köck

 

6.4 Information, Participation and Public Control in Water Management & Water Infrastructure Development: the European Perspective
Silke R. Laskowski

 

7. Economics and Finance

 

7.1 Economic Policies of Water Pollution Control and in the Taihu Lake Basin, China
Zhou Yunchun & Jun Bi

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Produktinformationen

Titel
Urban Water Management for Future Cities
Untertitel
Technical and Institutional Aspects from Chinese and German Perspective
Editor
EAN
9783030014889
Format
E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller
Springer International Publishing
Genre
Biologie
Veröffentlichung
21.01.2019
Digitaler Kopierschutz
Wasserzeichen
Dateigrösse
18.61 MB
Anzahl Seiten
499
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