Green Week: Wednesday’s Items 1 and 2

Water technology: an introduction for environmental scientists and engineers1: Water technology: an introduction for environmental scientists and engineers.

By N.F. Gray.

Oxford : Butterworth-Heinemann, 2010.

Several copies in the Hamilton Library.

Professor Nick Gray is based at the TCD Centre for the Environment. Professor Gray has worked primarily in the area of biological wastewater treatment for thirty years, working mainly on full-scale treatment systems both here and abroad.

This student textbook covers the key concepts of water science and technology by explaining the fundamentals of water quality and regulation, policy and management, hydrobiology, water treatment and drinking water supply, and wastewater treatment.

Plants of Trinity College Dublin Physic Garden2: Plants of Trinity College Dublin Physic Garden.

By Hazel Proctor.

Dublin : Trinity College Dublin Press, 2011.

Available from Early Printed Books Stacks – or FREE from the Science Gallery, TCD)

Hazel Proctor is an MSc student in the Department of Botany’s Phenology core team, led by Dr. Alison Donnelly.

This book details the plants in the newly created Physic Garden near the Science Gallery in College. The garden was planted and the booklet produced to celebrate 300 years of Medicine, Chemistry and Botany at Trinity College Dublin, in 2011.

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