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Infrastructure and the Environment

Infrastructure is the foundation on which industrialized economies are built. As global population has grown and as economies of many regions have expanded, the quantity and scale of infrastructure has increased dramatically. Although some infrastructure is used to move people and commodities, much... Full description

Journal Title: Annual Review of Environment and Resources 2009-11-21, Vol.34 (1), p.349-373
Main Author: Doyle, Martin W
Other Authors: Havlick, David G
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Publisher: Palo Alto, CA: Annual Reviews
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  • Doyle, Martin W
  • Havlick, David G
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  • Animal, plant and microbial ecology
  • Applied ecology
  • Applied sciences
  • Biological and medical sciences
  • Conservation, protection and management of environment and wildlife
  • Crude oil, natural gas and petroleum products
  • Energy
  • energy production
  • Environment
  • Environmental aspects
  • Environmental degradation: ecosystems survey and restoration
  • Environmental impact analysis
  • environmental restoration
  • Exact sciences and technology
  • Forecasts and trends
  • Fuels
  • Fundamental and applied biological sciences. Psychology
  • General
  • Global economy
  • Ground, air and sea transportation, marine construction
  • Infrastructure (Economics)
  • life cycle analysis
  • Pollution caused by production, transportation and treatment of oil and oil shales. Water and soil pollution. Treatments. Pollution control
  • transportation
  • water supply
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description: Infrastructure is the foundation on which industrialized economies are built. As global population has grown and as economies of many regions have expanded, the quantity and scale of infrastructure has increased dramatically. Although some infrastructure is used to move people and commodities, much infrastructure is also used to control natural processes or to extract natural resources. Thus, understanding environmental change necessitates understanding the role of infrastructure in the environment. We review available inventories of infrastructure and current understanding of environmental impacts for different types of infrastructure. We also examine the current status of aging infrastructure and the potential environmental impacts and benefits of infrastructure decommissioning. Finally, we briefly review policies that have facilitated or inhibited infrastructure decommissioning or environmentally oriented modifications of infrastructure operation.
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