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2nd International Conference on Rain Water Cistern Systems
St Thomas, Virgin Islands - June, 1984

Topics

A. Findings of First Cistern Conference E. Quality Considerations
B. Cisterns Worldwide F. Economic Considerations
C. Some Cistern Systems G. Institutional Issues
D. Incidental Rain Harvesting  

A. Findings of First Cistern Conference

A1

Rain Water Catchment Systems: A Review
Richard J. Heggen

Abstract, PDF of full ducument available to members (13pp, 290kb)

B. Cisterns Worldwide

B1

Existing Rain Water Catchment Methodologies in Southeast Asia and Their Future Development
Adhityan Appan
Abstract, PDF of full document (15pp, 320kb)

B2

Rain Water Cisterns in Iran
Seyed M. Hassanizadeh
Abstract, PDF of full document (20pp, 330kb)

C. Some Cistern Systems

C1 Urban Water Harvesting System, Tucson Arizona
C. Brent Cluff 
Abstract, PDF of full ducument available to members (14pp, 370kb)
C2 Past and Present Use of Ponds as Rain Water Storage in Thailand
Thamrong Prempridi and Chackri Chatuthasry 
Abstract, PDF of full document (20pp, 690kb)
C3 A Rain Water Catchment System for Agricultural Water Supply
James E. Rakocy, John A. Hargreaves and Ayyappan Nair 
Abstract, PDF of full document (15pp, 290kb)
C4 Roof Catchment Project: Khon Kaen
Chayatit Vadhanavikkit 
Abstract, PDF of full document (17pp, 300kb)

D. Incidental Rain Harvesting

D1 Storm Quality Runoff at Honolulu International Airport
Gordon L. Dugan, Elizabeth Christakos-Christakos-Comack, and L. Stephen Lau 
Abstract, PDF of full document (11pp, 320kb)
D2 Stormwater Collection and Wastewater Reuse as a Cooling Water Source at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida
David S. Dwornik, James P. Heaney, Ben Koopman, and David R. Saliwanchik 
Abstract, PDF of full document (24pp, 400kb)

E. Quality Considerations

E1 Heavy Metals in the Drinking Water from Cisterns Supplying Single-Family Dwellings on St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles
Antonio F. Gumbs and Forrest E. Dierberg
Abstract, PDF of full document (24pp, 350kb)
E2 Chemical Constituents of Rainfall at Different Locations in Hawaii
Gordon L. Dugan, Mark S. Tomomitsu and L. Stephen Lau
Abstract, PDF of full document (13pp, 290kb)
E3 Protection of Water Quality from Roof Catchments by Appropriate Design and Maintenance
Georghios Michaelides and Robert J. Young
Abstract, PDF of full document (14pp, 330kb)
E4 Rain Water Cisterns Systems: The Park Experience
Ronald R. Speedy and James Riddle
Abstract, PDF of full document (7pp, 140kb)
E5 Quantity and Quality Aspects of Rain Water Cistern Supplies in Nova Scotia
D.H. Waller, W. Sheppard, W. D. Eon, D. Feldman, and B. Paterson
Abstract, PDF of full document (14pp, 290kb)
E6 Use of Rain Water for Drinking Purposes: Its Health Implications
L.C. Neri, C.K. Li, and E.J. Schiller
Abstract, PDF of full document (24pp, 370kb)

F. Economic Considerations

F1 Yield and Cost of Water Supplies from Rain-fed Cisterns: Puerto Rico
Gregory L. Morris, Raymond Acevedo-Pimentel, and Gaddiel Ayala
Abstract, PDF of full document (14pp, 250kb)

G. Institutional Issues

G1 Assessment of Rain Water Cistern Systems Impact on Institutional Policy
Yu-Si Fok
Abstract, PDF of full document (8pp, 200kb)
G2

Rain Water Cisterns: Legal, Institutional and Policy Consideration
William R. Walker
Abstract, PDF of full document (10pp, 230kb)


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