Groundwater in Geologic Processes
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Geological Survey and is a senior hydrogeologist in the USGS National Research Program. Geological Survey and is currently research advisor for the groundwater hydrology discipline of the USGS National Research Program.Chris Neuzil is a member of the U.S. Geological Survey and currently serves as a research branch chief in the USGS Water Resources Discipline.Ward Sanford is a member of the U.S. Steve Ingebritsen is a member of the U.S.
There are few readers of this journal who cannot profit greatly from consulting this book." Environmental & Engineering Geoscience Journal . Rostron, Geofluids"a splendid revision of a fine first edition. "serves as a good primer on important concepts in groundwater flow and a broad review of their applications to specific g ecologic problems. The authors develop a theoretical foundation before pulling together phenomena according to the contexts of economic geology, formation processes, tectonics, and submarine hydrogeology. There are few readers of this Journal who cannot profit greatly from this book." - Richard E. In the process, the authors provide a large windo
"Highly not recommended this book for the beginners" according to Ares. There is no basic knowledge here, no clear explanations for terms, theories or equations, but there are some equations or conclusions here which are extremely difficult to understand, and sometimes are almost seemingly wrong (actually there is error after I confirm it with the teacher). If you really want to understand what the writer talks about, you need to read a dozen of extra books and spend plenty of ext
The opening section develops basic theory of groundwater motion, fluid-solid mechanical interaction, solute transport, and heat transport. The 2006 second edition of this well received and widely adopted textbook has been extensively revised to provide a more comprehensive treatment of hydromechanics (the coupling of groundwater flow and deformation), to incorporate findings from the substantial body of research published since the first edition, and to include three new chapters on compaction and diagenesis, metamorphism, and subsea hydrogeology. It also serves as an invaluable reference for professionals in the field.. The second section applies flow, hydromechanics, and transport theory in a generalized geologic context, and focuses on particular geologic processes and environments. A systematic presentation of theory and application coupled with problem sets to conclude each chapter make this text ideal for use by advanced undergraduate and graduate-level hydrogeologists and geologists