Table of contents for Urban water supply handbook / Larry W. Mays, editor-in-chief.


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 PART 1: HISTORY, STRATEGIC PLANNING, OUTSOURCING, AND SECURITY
 Chapter 1: Urban Water Infrastructure: A Historical Perspective (Larry W. Mays)
 Chapter 2: Strategic Planning Framework for Small Water Systems (Janice A. Beecher and Peter E.Shanaghan)
 Chapter 3: Improving Urban Water Infrastructure Through Public-Private Partnerships (Robin A. Johnson and Adrian T. Moore)
 Chapter 4: Water-Use Management: Permit and Water-Transfer Systems (J. Wayland Eheart and Jay R. Lund)
 PART 2: DEMAND AND MANAGEMENT MODELS
 Chapter 5: Analysis of Water Demand (Benedykt Dziegielewski and Eve Opitz)
 Chapter 6: Water Pricing and Drought Management (Messele Z. Ejeta)
 Chapter 7: Computer Programs for Integrated Management (Messele Z. Ejeta and Larry W. Mays)
 Chapter 8: Regional Water Supply Planning and Capacity Expansion Models (Messele Z. Ejeta and Larry W. Mays)
 PART 3: PERFORMANCE, RELIABILITY, GIS, OPERATION, AND MAINTENANCE
 Chapter 9: Performance Indicators as a Management Support Tool (Helena Alegre)
 Chapter 10: Reliability and Availability Analysis of Water Distribution (Larry W. Mays, Kevin Lansey , and Y.K. Tung)
 Chapter 11: Geographic Information Systems Applied to Urban Water Supply Systems (Gonzalo Lopez Patino and Francisco Javier Martinez Solano)
 Chapter 12: Optimal Operation of Water Systems (Fred E. Goldman, A. Borcu Atlan Sakarya, and Larry W. Mays)
 Chapter 13: Optimal Maintenance, Rehabilitation, Replacement Scheduling (Caty Werey)
 Chapter 14: Characterizing Microbial and DBP Risk Tradeoffs in Drinking Water: Application of the CRFM (Robert M. Clark and Glenn Rice)
 PART 4: CASE STUDIES
 Chapter 15: Adaptive Management for Water Supply Planning: Sustaining Mexico City's Water Supply (Richard L. Skaggs, Lance W. Vail, and Steve Shankle)
 Chapter 16: Water Infrastructure Management: An Overview of European Models and Databases (Patrick Eisenbeis, Pascal LeGauffre, and Sveinung Saegrov)
 Chapter 17: Israel: Urban Water Infrastructure in the Desert (Hendrik J. Bruins)
 Chapter 18: Using GIS and Hydraulic Modeling to Evaluate Distribution Systems to Industries: A Case Study of Water (Trevor R. Lindley and Steven G. Buchberger)
 PART 5: SECURITY OF URBAN WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS
 Chapter 19: Protecting the Nation's Critical Infrastructure: The Vulnerability of U.S. Water Supply Systems (Robert M. Clark and Rolf A. Deininger)
 Chapter 20: Security Analysis and Response for Water Utilities (Nicholas L. Burns, Christine A. Cooper, David A. Dobbins, Jessica C. Edwards, and Les K. Lampe)



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Municipal water supply Management Handbooks, manuals, etc, Water-supply Planning Handbooks, manuals, etc