By: M Falkenmark and T Chapman
470 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
This multidisciplinary, graduate text addresses hydrological phenomena as being the result of interactions between climate and geology, with man as a major manipulating element. It contains a section on the theoretical and methodological basis for comparative hydrology, sections on the catchment response of sloping and flat lands, and it also covers small islands and delta lands.
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