Environmental Management

David J. Etzold
Charles A. Welsh

DOI: 10.2190/QUPL-QJ1X-CY3D-H69N


Approaches toward solving current and future environmental problems require intelligible inputs from the disciplines of management and economics, as well as those from the physical and biological sciences. Appropriate cost and benefit considerations must be taken into account in both the short and long runs. Any environmental problem which can be defined can be studied as a system, and alternatives proposed with a proper mix to enhance optimum and realistic solutions.

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