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Wadi Hydrology

By: Zekai Sen
360 pages, diagrams, tables
Publisher: CRC Press
Wadi Hydrology
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Arguably the first book devoted entirely to examining this important resource, Wadi Hydrology presents up-to-date methodologies required for sustainable management of wadis and their water resources. Through unique physical approaches, field cases, sample interpretations, and various applications to different models, this book provides an in-depth understanding of these systems that illustrates the efficiency of harnessing water from wadis. The author compiles the most up-to-date information on arid region hydrology, including specific techniques for hydrological calculations and desertification assessments and includes examples and solved problems in each chapter.


Introduction General Arid Region Classification Desertification Droughts Climate Change Impacts Wadi Hydrology Methodological Distinctions References Wadi Characteristics General Geomorphology Soil and Landforms Rock Environments in Arid Regions Drainage Basin Features Time of Concentration References Rainfall Pattern General Rainfall Features Temporal Distribution of Rainfall Aridity Index Accumulative Rainfall Curve (ARC) Intensity --Duration --Frequency (IDF) Relationship Rainy and Nonrainy Days Rainfall Distribution Functions and Prediction Spatial Distribution of Rainfall Triple Variable Drought Descriptor References Runoff and Hydrograph Analysis General Hyetograph --Hydrograph Relationship Rating Curve Critics of Conventional Methods Infinitesimal Runoff Coefficient (IRC) Hydrograph and Unit Hydrograph Derivation in Arid Regions Modified Snyder Synthetic Hydrograph Dimensionless Unit Hydrograph (DUH) Cross-Section Flood Discharge Curve Number and Mannings Coefficient in Arid Regions Flood Hazards References Groundwater Recharge and Evaluation General Geology and Groundwater Groundwater and Recharge Techniques for Groundwater Recharge Estimation Chloride Mass Balance (CMB) Methods Environmental Isotopes Depression Cone Discharge Calculation in Large Diameter Wells Aquifer Tests Aquifer Heterogeneity and Methods Type Straight-Line Method Standard on Index for Groundwater Quality Evolution Climate Change and Groundwater References Groundwater Management Methods for Arid Regions General Safe Yield and Groundwater Management Management Environments in Arid Regions Arid Regions and Wadi Conditions Strategic Groundwater Storage Planning Probabilistic Risk Management in an Aquifer Groundwater Management and Well Optimization in Arid Regions Wadi Groundwater Management System Principles Integrated Management Principles Artificial Mixing of Potable and Saline Ground Waters References Sediment Transport in Arid Regions General Surface Cover Features Sedimentation in Arid Environments Rock Weatherability Soil Erodibility Erosion Conditions and Concluding Results Sediment Yield Modeling in Arid Regions Simple Sediment Yield Model Formulation References Index

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By: Zekai Sen
360 pages, diagrams, tables
Publisher: CRC Press
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