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From best-selling and well-respected author Larry Mays, Ground and Surface Water Hydrology provides balanced coverage of surface and groundwater hydrology. The text includes current and emerging topics such as sustainability, climate change, GIS, and new models and data sources, so readers will gain a complete and current understanding of hydrology.
This book may be used for at least three different undergraduate courses including:
1. First course with an emphasis in surface water hydrology
2. First course with emphasis in groundwater hydrology
3. First course in hydrology with similar emphasis on ground and surface water hydrology.
This book is also a valuable reference for practicing civil engineers, hydrologists, environmental engineers, and geologists.
Chapter 1 Hydrology, Climate Change, and Sustainability
Chapter 2 Occurrence of Groundwater
Chapter 3 Groundwater Movement
Chapter 4 Groundwater and Well Hydraulics
Chapter 5 Artificial Recharge, Stormwater Infiltration, and Saltwater Intrusion Prevention
Chapter 6 Groundwater Flow Modeling
Chapter 7 Hydrologic Processes
Chapter 8 Surface Runoff
Chapter 9 Reservoir and Streamflow Routing
Chapter 10 Probability, Risk, and Uncertainty Analysis for Hydrologic and Hydraulic Design
Chapter 11 Hydrologic Design and Floodplain Analysis
Chapter 12 Hydrologic Measurement
Chapter 13 Hydrology of Specific Climates
Appendix A Control Volume Approach for Hydrosystems
Appendix B NWS Precipitation Frequency Documents
Appendix C U.S. Army Corps of Engineers HEC-HMS
Appendix D U.S. Army Corps of Engineers HEC-RAS