Leading hydrologists present their views on the role of scale effects in hydrologic phenomena occurring in a range of field settings.
The editor is commended for assembling 26 prestigious authors who, in 14 chapters, present, their views on scaling hydrological processes such as water flows and related transports, in diverse systems such as entire landscapes, river networks, hillslopes, soils, fractured rocks, and aquifers...engaging and stimulating. Soil Science "This book addresses an important issue in modern hydrology: scale dependency or independency in hydrologic processes using mathematical models...The editor, Garrison Sposito, must be congratulated for this book." Journal of Geoscience Education
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