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Shallow Groundwater Systems

Edited By: Peter Dillon and Ian Simmers
Publisher: A A Balkema
Shallow Groundwater Systems
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  • Shallow Groundwater Systems ISBN: 9789054104421 Hardback Dec 1998 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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This volume of papers, amplified and edited from presentations at the IAH XXVth congress Water Down Under, Adelaide, November 1994, explores practical aspects of soil and surface water interactions with groundwater, including modelling of flow and contaminant transport in the unsaturated and saturated zones.

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Peter Dillon leads the Water Use and Reuse research group at CSIRO Land and Water in Adelaide, Southern Australia. He is an international authority on the management of aquifer recharge and has advised UNESCO and other international agencies. He is Chairman of the IAH Commission on Aquifer Recharge Management. Dr Ian Simmers is Emeritus Professor of Geography at the Free University of Amsterdam. His research interests were in recharge and flow in porous media as applied to the management and protection of wetlands, on which he has published extensively. He is Editor in Chief of the publication series of IAH.
Edited By: Peter Dillon and Ian Simmers
Publisher: A A Balkema
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