Perspectives on Environmental Impact Assessment: Proceedings of the Annual WHO Training Courses on Environmental Impact Assessment, Centre for Environmental Management and Planning, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, 1980-1983 / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Springer Netherlands
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Table of ContentsA: Objectives and Procedures.- Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA): Scope and Objectives.- Environmental Impact Studies in the United States.- Impact Assessment in the United States and Europe.- Canadian Federal and Ontario Provincial Environmental Assessment Procedures.- EIA Procedures in France.- The Evolving EIA Procedure in the Netherlands.- EIA in the Planning Process: A Scottish Overview.- EIA Procedures in Developing Countries.- B: The Role of Environmental Health Assessment.- The Health Component of the Environmental Impact Assessment Process.- Medical Effects of Atmospheric Pollution and Noise.- Health Impacts of the Volta Dam, Ghana.- Assessment of Hazard and Risk Cameron.- C: Assessment Methods and Techniques.- The Use of Methods in Screening and Scoping.- Methods for Assessing Direct Impacts.- Methods for Assessing Indirect Impacts.- Systems Analysis and Environmental Impact Assessment.- A Comparative Analysis of the Utility of EIA Methods.- Development of UNEP Guidelines for Assessing Industrial Environmental Impact and Environmental Criteria for the Siting of Industry.- Assessment of Visual Impact.- Ecological Impact Assessment.- Water Pollution Impact Assessment - Examples for Study.- Physical Environmental Assessment: Some particular problems of the coastal zone.- Solid and Liquid Wastes and the Impacts of their Disposal.- The Economic Input into Environmental Impact Assessment.- Monitoring and Environmental Impact Assessment.- D: Case Studies.- The Role of Environmental Impact Assessment within British Petroleum.- Sullom Voe Oil Terminal: Its Environmental Appraisal.- Some Environmental Aspects of Gas Developments in the UK.- Environmental Assessment of Coal Extraction Projects: The Vale of Belvoir Experience.- Assessment of Water Resource Developments.- The Assessment of Tourism Impacts.