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The Water Encyclopedia, Volumes 1-5 Edited by: Lehr, Jay; Keeley, Jack; Lehr, Janet © 2005 John Wiley & Sons With five, 1,000-page volumes of articles from over 350 water scientists across the globe, The Water Encyclopedia is the one of the most successful encyclopedias to date, according to publisher John Wiley and Sons. This weighty tome covers a variety of topics, including surface water and water management. All articles are well-illustrated and average 4,000 words in length. Environmental Aspects of Real Estate and Commercial Transactions: New Line From Brownfields to Green Buildings James B. Witkin, Editor 2004 American Bar Association (3rd Edition) A noted expert in environmental law, Witkin has compiled a truly excellent “who’s who” of the environmental/legal industry that  provides chapters on relevant topics.  It’s one of the best reference books covering a broad range of environmental issues in a practical and succinct fashion, and a “must have” for…Log In to Read Full Article

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