Rural Water Systems Planning and Engineering Guide

Rural Water Systems Planning and Engineering Guide 2017-12-13T12:09:39+00:00

The research for the text was funded and published in 1973 by the Commission on Rural Water, Washington, D. C. and Chicago, Il. The text was written to meet the need for information on rural water system design, local and state regulations, and associated aspects of water project development and operation. Water systems in rural areas areas share, in principle, the general features of large urban water systems. However, rural systems must fit the needs of the rural populations served. Often, these populations are small, scattered over large areas, and are low in income.

The text’s cover page, author biography, table of contents, and selected chapter pages and index have been provided below in a PDF. Click (here). If you can not find a copy of this text in a local library, feel free to contact us and we will make copies of any chapter you wish. The cost is 20 cents/page, plus mailing. This will assist in defraying the cost of copying and maintenance. Also, used copies are available through Alibris (here).

Additional information can be reviewed on the senior author (see I2M Associates, LLC). I2M Associates serves the ground-water supply field (1), the environmental field (2), the minerals and mining field (3), and the legal community; see a review of selected, recent cases (4). For Mr. Campbell’s other publications and presentations, click here.

Rural Water Systems Planning and Engineering Guide

PDF file, click (here).

Additional texts produced to date by Michael D. Campbell:

see Geology {and Environmental Considerations} of Alternate Energy Resources), funded and published by the Houston Geological Society, and

Water Well Technology, funded by the U.S. Office of Water Resources Research (Early EPA).

For additional publications on environmental and mining subjects, see (more).

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