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Introduction to Hydrogeology

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By: David Deming
Publisher: McGraw Hill
Introduction to Hydrogeology
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  • Introduction to Hydrogeology ISBN: 9780072326222 Hardback Dec 2001 Out of Print #153479
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This book is an introduction to hydrogeology and assumes that students have had one year of basic college calculus (differential and integral calculus). It's applicable for hydrogeololgy, geohydrology, groundwater and geologic fluids courses taken by juniors and seniors, and may also find application in graduate courses which emphasize the role of fluids in geologic applications.

The primary goal is to emphasize the geologic aspects of hydrogeology -- the text is not designed solely for those who desire to specialize in hydrogeology. Fluids are intimately involved in nearly all geologic processes, and this text is designed to introduce the average student to that world.

Contents

1 Fluids in the Crust: The Science of Hydrogeology 2 Darcy's Law and Hydraulic Head 3 Properties of Porous Media 4 Properties of Geologic Fluids 5 Transient Flow 6 Near Surface Flow 7 Driving Forces and Mechanisms of Fluid Flow 8 Abnormal Fluid Pressures 9 Environmental Hydrogeology 10 Petroleum Migration 11 Heat Transport 12 Earthquakes, Stress, and Fluids 13 Fluids in the Oceanic Crust 14 Fluids and Ore Deposits

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Textbook Out of Print
By: David Deming
Publisher: McGraw Hill
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