Ensuring Water Supply Safety with SECURITY AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FOR WATER SYSTEMS

Security and Emergency for Water Systems walks the next generation of engineers through risk assessment, tackling vulnerabilities, and emergency planning for water infrastructure.


Authored by Dr. Steve R.K. Doe and Dr. Brian E Whitman—for students, water resource engineers, and water utility personnel, managers, and legislators alike—this text provides complete guidance on water infrastructure security and emergency management. The book caters to both planning and technological tool requirements, to help manage security and emergencies. 

 

Addressing security and emergency management considerations, prioritizing the most critical security related sections, assessing project performance, and performing efficiency comparisons of various aspects serving the water system, the book covers proper planning and efficient operation of water supply systems.

 

Security and Emergency Management for Water Systems also addresses major technological tools, physical and cyber security, quick response and recovery planning for emergencies. It showcases legislation and current  practices of the water utilities on security and emergency management.

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