Hydrologic Cycle and Processes 2. Storage and Conduit Functions of Rocks 3. Zones of Aeration and Saturation 4. Ground Water Flow 5.
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With its integrated, multidisciplinary approach, the book would serve as a valuable reference book to hydrogeologists, geologists, geophysicists, hydrologists, hydrometerologists, and irrigation, agricultural and The book contains a large number of figures, examples of complex interpretative techniques and methodologies, case histories, and problems along with answers.
With its integrated, multidisciplinary approach, the book would serve as a valuable reference book to hydrogeologists, geologists, geophysicists, hydrologists, hydrometerologists, and irrigation, agricultural and drilling engineers, as well as those concerned with planning and decision making. Researchers and students would also find this an indispensable text. Table of Contents. Hydrologic Cycle and Processes 2. Storage and Conduit Functions of Rocks 3. Zones of Aeration and Saturation 4.
Ground Water Flow 5. Evaluation of Aquifer Properties - Part 1 6. Evaluation of Aquifer Properties - Part 2 7. Quality of Ground Water 8. Saline Water Intrusion 9. Measurement of Discharge and Water Levels Construction, Design and Performance of Wells Geomorphic and Geologic Controls on Ground Water Ground Water Exploration Ground Water Modelling Techniques Artificial Recharge Ground Water Recharge, Discharge and Balance
Ground water assessment, development, and management
Contributors from around the world lend their expertise and provide an international perspective on groundwater management. They address the management of groundwater resources and pollution, waste water treatment methods, and the impact of climate change on groundwater and water availability specifically in arid and semi-arid regions such as India and Africa. Incorporating management with science and modeling, the book covers all areas of groundwater resource assessment, modeling, and management, and combines hands-on applications with relevant theory. For Water Resource Managers and Decision Makers The book describes techniques for the assessment of groundwater potential, pollution, prevention, and remedial measures, and includes a new approach for groundwater modeling based on connections network theory. Approximately 30 case studies and six hypothetical studies are introduced reflecting a range of themes that include: groundwater basics and the derivation of groundwater flow equations, exploration and assessment, aquifer parameterization, augmentation of aquifer, water and environment, water and agriculture, the role of models and their application, and water management policies and issues. The book describes remote sensing RS applications, geographical information systems GIS , and electrical resistivity methods to delineate groundwater potential zones.
GROUNDWATER ASSESSMENT DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT BY KARANTH PDF
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Ground Water Assessment: Development And Management