By: Mohammad Karamouz, Azadeh Ahmadi and Masih Akhbari
649 pages, 313 b/w illustrations, 106 tables
This textbook examines the interface between groundwater engineering and management with tools such as data collection, simulation modeling, and economic analysis. The chapters contain the latest developments in groundwater engineering and planning. The author presents relevant modeling software applications for numerous topics including hydrology, hydraulics, planning and management, conjunctive use, and climate change implications. The book includes figures, tables, and equations as well as examples, end of chapter questions, and case studies.
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