Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts
His primary scientific interests are in Environmental engineering, Reuse, Wastewater, Water resources and Water quality. Andreas N. Angelakis specializes in Environmental engineering, namely Sewage treatment. His research integrates issues of Land use and Effluent in his study of Sewage treatment.
Andreas N. Angelakis is interested in Integrated water resources management, which is a field of Water resources. His work carried out in the field of Water quality brings together such families of science as Surface water and Wetland, Constructed wetland. His Land reclamation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sustainability, Environmental planning, Sustainable development and Water resource management.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Wastewater, Environmental planning, Water supply, Water resources and Environmental engineering. His Wastewater study incorporates themes from Wetland, Reuse, Effluent and Environmental protection. Andreas N. Angelakis has researched Environmental planning in several fields, including Sanitation, Sustainability, Rainwater harvesting and Sustainable development.
His studies deal with areas such as Bronze Age, Ancient history, Human settlement, Aqueduct and Civil engineering as well as Water supply. His Water resources research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Archaeology and Water resource management. Within one scientific family, Andreas N. Angelakis focuses on topics pertaining to Water quality under Environmental engineering, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Rootstock and Water cycle.
Environmental planning, Ancient history, Water supply, Rainwater harvesting and Water resources are his primary areas of study. His Environmental planning research includes themes of Reuse, Irrigation, Agriculture, Hydraulic engineering and Sustainability. He interconnects Arid, Water treatment, Resource and Wastewater in the investigation of issues within Reuse.
When carried out as part of a general Water supply research project, his work on Improved sanitation is frequently linked to work in Business and Population growth, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Rainwater harvesting study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Water quality and Urbanization. His study on Water scarcity is often connected to Scarcity and Vulnerability as part of broader study in Water resources.
His primary areas of study are Environmental planning, Ancient history, Agriculture, Water quality and Rainwater harvesting. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Civilization, Prehistory and Water scarcity, Water resources. His work on Water pricing as part of general Water resources study is frequently linked to Business and Scarcity, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His work deals with themes such as Bronze Age, Reuse, Irrigation, Integrated water resources management and Sustainability, which intersect with Agriculture. His Water quality study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Surface-water hydrology, Water cycle, Socio-hydrology and Environmental protection. The Rainwater harvesting study combines topics in areas such as Water conservation, Water-use efficiency and Water supply.
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The status of wastewater reuse practice in the Mediterranean basin: need for guidelines
A.N Angelakis;M.H.F Marecos Do Monte;L Bontoux;T Asano.
Water Research (1999)
Evolution of Water Lifting Devices (Pumps) over the Centuries Worldwide
Stavros I. Yannopoulos;Gerasimos Lyberatos;Nicolaos Theodossiou;Wang Li.
Application of Cost Criteria for Selection of Municipal Wastewater Treatment Systems
K. P. Tsagarakis;D. D. Mara;A. N. Angelakis.
Water Air and Soil Pollution (2003)
Wastewater reclamation and reuse in Eureau countries
A.N. Angelakis;L. Bontoux.
Water Policy (2001)
Urban wastewater and stormwater technologies in ancient Greece.
A.N. Angelakis;D. Koutsoyiannis;G. Tchobanoglous.
Water Research (2005)
Challenges and prospectives for water recycling and reuse in EU countries
A.N. Angelakis;L. Bontoux;V. Lazarova.
Water Science & Technology: Water Supply (2003)
Wastewater treatment and reuse: Past, present, and future
Andreas N. Angelakis;Shane A. Snyder.
Water recycling and reuse in EUREAU countries: Trends and challenges
A.N. Angelakis;B. Durham.
Urban Water Management in Ancient Greece: Legacies and Lessons
D. Koutsoyiannis;N. Zarkadoulas;A. N. Angelakis;G. Tchobanoglous.
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management (2008)
The Status of Water Resources in Minoan Times: A Preliminary Study
Andreas N. Angelakis;Stylianos V. Spyridakis.
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