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Alphabetical Listing of All WRP Publications

All computer programs are either on CD-ROM unless specified otherwise. SPB-Spiralbound; HC-Hard Cover; SC-Soft Cover, SCS - US Soil Conservation Service.


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ACQUIRING WATER for ENERGY: Institutional Aspects
Edited by G. Weatherford, K. Nardi, F. Osterhoudt & F. Roach
US $45, HC, 300 pp, Cat. No. AWE
This book provides basic information about the legal, political and social constraints faced by energy developers in the acquisition of water (institutional constraints). ISBN 0-918339-42-X. Publ. 1982 WRP.

ADMINISTRATION OF PUBLIC SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
by F. T. Lancaster
US $37, SPB, 178 pp, Cat. No. APSW
The aim of this book is to focus attention on the management side of solid waste management. It is written for the practicing professional and students in the solid waste field. Most of the concepts presented are equally applicable to private and public waste managers. Three major management issues facing waste managers were addressed: l. How to manage employees effectively. 2. How to interface with the public effectively. 3. How to manage financial resources effectively. ISBN 0-918334-79-9. Publ. 1992 WRP.

ADVANCES IN DISTRIBUTED HYDROLOGY
Selected papers from the International Workshop organized by ISMES
edited by R. Rosso, A. Peano, I. Becchi, and G. A. Bemporad
US $60, HC, 422 pp, Cat. No. ADH
The International Workshop on Advances in Distributed Hydrology held in Bergamo (Italy) on June 25-26, 1992, was organized to provide a forum for exchanging of views on all aspects of the analysis and modeling of spatially variable hydrologic processes. This collection of papers provides a comprehensive review of the present advances in distributed hydrologic modeling, and it also indicates some perspectives for both improving the present capability of modeling spatially variable hydrologic processes, and properly approaching hydrologic design and water resources management by using a spatially distributed approach. ISBN 0-918334-81-0. Publ. 1994 WRP.

ADVANCES IN WATER MONITORING RESEARCH
Edited by T. Younos
US $65, SC, 244 pp, Cat. No. AWMR
This book, successfully used as a textbook, discusses important current issues in Water Monitoring Science & Research, Policy, Information Transfer, and Technological Advances - used successfully as a textbook. ISBN 13: 978-1-887201-33-9: ISBN 10: 1-887201-33-5. Publ. 2002 WRP.

APPLICATION OF STOCHASTIC PROCESSES IN SEDIMENT TRANSPORT
Edited by L.W. Shen and H. Kikkawa
US $58, HC, 678 pp, Cat. No. ASPST
Bilateral U.S. Japan Seminar. Contents: data collection and analysis, watershed sediment yields, alluvial bed forms, sediment transport, dispersion and diffusion of sediment, secondary flows, debris flows, channel geometry, meandering and braiding, reservoir sedimentation, mathematical models, coastal sediment process, coastal structures and shorelines. ISBN 0-918334-31-4. Publ. 1980 WRP.

APPLIED GROUND-WATER HYDROLOGY AND WELL HYDRAULICS - 3rd Edition
by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D.
US $135, SC, 81/2 x 11, 820 pp, PLUS AquiferTest for Windows* computer program + manual, Cat. No. AGWHH2
This third edition of Dr. Kasenow's highly acclaimed first & second editions, successfully used as a textbook by major unversity, provides review and application in regard to the mechanics of ground-water flow and aquifer analysis. Using common language and carefully constructed illustrations, this book has been written for those who think visually. The mathematics have been enhanced and thoroughly demonstrated through the use of many solved example problems that do not skip essential steps in the solution process. Chapters in the first half of the book emphasize ground-water hydrology. The second half of the book details aquifer analysis, a subject extremely important to almost every aspect of the ground-water industry.
ISBN -13: 978-1-887201-62-9; ISBN - 10: 1-887201-62-9. (Previously Published: ISBN -13: 978-1-887201-62-9; ISBN - 10: 1-887201-62-9. Publ. 2011 WRP.

APPLIED MODELING IN CATCHMENT HYDROLOGY
Edited by Vijay P. Singh
US $58, HC, 576 pp, Cat. No. AMCH
Proceedings of the Int. Symposium on Rainfall-Runoff Modeling, May 1981, Mississippi, U.S.A. Contains 31 papers in six sections: Modeling of catchment hydrology, Evaluation of watershed models, Application of catchment models, Application in urban environment, and Remote sensing applications. ISBN 0-918334-43-8. Publ. 1982 WRP.

APPLIED MODELING OF HYDROLOGIC TIME SERIES
by J.D. Salas, J.W. Delleur, V. Yevjevich, & W.L. Lane
US $56, SC, 498 pp, Cat. No. AMHTS
This monograph represents a bridge between theory and practice in modeling hydrologic time series. Step-by-step procedures for modeling univariate and multivariate time series, such as AR, ARMA, ARIMA and disaggregation models, accompanied by examples of applications. ISBN 0-918334-37-3. Reprinted 1988 WRP.

APPLIED SURFACE HYDROLOGY
Edited by Ö. Starosolszky
US $72, HC, 833 pp, Cat. No. ASH
This book gives practical knowledge to hydrologists based on sound theoretical principles. ISBN 0-918334-60-8. Publ. 1987 WRP.

APPLYING GEOMORPHOLOGY TO ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
Edited by D.J. Anthony, M.D. Harvey, J.B. Laronne, M.P. Mosley
US $68, SC, 504 pp, Cat. No. AGEM
This book, successfully used as a textbook, is an important addition to any library about the workings and restoration of the world’s rivers. This book contains papers on basic research and practical dealings with Fluvial systems •• Sediment •• Chemical pollution •• Fish habitat •• Severely impacted channels. ISBN 13: 978-1887201-29-2; ISBN 10: 1-887201-29-7. Publ. 2002 WRP.

AQUIFER PARAMETER ESTIMATOR: Problems and Solutions
by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D. and Paul Pare
US $185, HC, 248 pp, plus Computer Program, Cat. No. APE
This book, successfully used as a textbook, estimates aquifer parameters using a variety of methods including: Theis time, distance-drawdown and recovery methods, time, distance-drawdown and recovery regression analysis solutions, Hantush inflection point method, steady-state and specific capacity solutions. The program provides solutions and results including: step-drawdown, well efficiency, capture zones, and the ability to model a pump test. ISBN 13: 978-0-918334-94-7; ISBN 10: 9-18334-94-2. Publ. 1996 WRP.

AQUIFER TEST DATA: Analysis and Evaluation
by M. Kasenow
US $78, SB, 344 pp, Cat. No. ATD
Includes Easy to Use Tables of Specific Capacity and Easy to Use Theisian Tables in pdf format on CD
This is a condensed version from the book Applied Ground-Water Hydrology and Well Hydraulics (2nd edition), with additional information and more equations added to better access aquifer test data in the field, in the office, or in the classroom. It is an easy read and a must for any ground-water consultant's library. ISBN-13: 978-1-8872014-14-1; ISBN-10: 1-887201-41-6. Reprinted 2010 WRP.

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BED-LOAD TRANSPORT THEORY AND PRACTICE
by K. Stelczer
US $35, SC, 303 pp, Cat. No. BLT
Seven chapters on definition of bed-load transport, factors affecting bed-load movement, critical number of formulae proposed for bed-load transport and associated variables. ISBN 0-918334-39-X. Publ. 1981 WRP.

BRIDGE SCOUR - NOW INCLUDES CD-ROM: Evaluating Scour at Bridges
by Bruce Melville and Stephen Coleman
US $95
, SC, 572pp, Cat. No. BSR
This book, successfully used as a textbook, covers the description of, analysis of, and design for scour at bridge foundations. The central focus is the combination of old and new design methods into a comprehensive methodology for bridge-scour design. The book is based upon an extensive summary of existing research results and design experience, such material not being previously adequately collated. The book serves as both a handy reference text and also a manual for the practicing bridge designers. ISBN 13: 978-1-887201-18-6;ISBN 10: 1-887201-18-1. Publ. 1999 WRP.

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CATCHMENT RUNOFF AND RATIONAL FORMULA
Edited by B.C. Yen
US $54, HC, 176 pp, Cat. No. CRRF
Fifteen papers were selected from those presented at the International Conference for Centennial of Manning's Formula and Kuichling's Rational Formula. They are arranged in the following order: The first one is a conceptual challenge. The next four are concerned with the rational method. The next three papers deal with runoff coefficient. The following three deal with overland flow and finally, the last four papers are on rainfall-runoff modeling. ISBN 0-918334-71-3. Publ. 1991 Editor.

CHANNEL FLOW RESISTANCE: CENTENNIAL OF MANNING'S FORMULA
Edited by B.C. Yen
US $65, SC, 459 pp, Cat. No. CFR
Twenty papers selected and revised from those presented at the International Conference for Centennial of Manning's Formula and Kuichling's Rational Formula, plus one state-of-art review are arranged in the following order: The first eight concern the fundamental aspects and historical background of flow resistance. The next four papers deal with steep and gravel channels and the third group of six papers are on composite and compound channels. Finally, the last three papers give a glimpse on the significance of resistance in unsteady flow routing which is a currently fashionable subject. ISBN-13: 978-0-918334-72-5; ISBN-10: 0-918334-72-1. Publ. 1991 Editor.

CHANNEL DESIGN AND FLOW ANALYSIS + computer program
by James Guo
US $95, SC, 200 pp, Cat. No. CDFA
This book emphasizes channel designs and channel performance evaluations. All examples are illustrated through the application of the computer software package. This software package not only gives technical information but is also a technical tool. ISBN-13: 978-1-887201-09-4. Publ. WRP.

CLOSED-CONDUIT FLOW
Edited by M.H. Chaudhry & V. Yevjevich
US $54, HC, 428 pp, Cat. No. CCF
17 chapters on: head losses, cavitation, pipe networks, transport of solid-liquid mixtures, unsteady flow, surge control, air entrainment, two phase flows, cooling-water systems, case studies, incidents, accidents and failures, valve stroking, gates and valves, pumps and pump intakes, and hydraulic models of closed-conduit flows. ISBN 0-918334-41-1. Publ. 1981 WRP.

COASTAL HYDROLOGY AND PROCESSES From the AIH 25th Anniversary Meeting & International Conference on "Challenges in Coastal Hydrology and Water Quality"
Edited by V. P. Singh and Y. Jun Xu
US $75, HC, 524 pp, Cat. No. CHP
This book contains 41 papers in seven sections reflecting various aspects of coastal environment and water quality. Section 1 deals with coastal water pollution which has received considerable attention in recent decades. Section 2 looks at saltwater intrusion which is of fundamental importance for the management of coastal aquifers. Section 3 covers coastal water eutrophication. This subject takes on an added significance in light of growing hypoxia due to nutrient enrichment in the Gulf of Mexico. Section 4 deals with best management practices currently being employed for water quality management. Taken together, these first four sections constitute the building blocks for water quality modeling, which is the subject of Section 5. Extending this discussion further, Section 6 encompasses coastal ecology, wetlands and environment. In conclusion, Section 7 presents some of the impacts of hurricanes Katrina and Rita. ISBN-13: 978-1-887201-46-9; ISBN-10: 1-887201-46-7. Publ. 2006 WRP.

COASTAL ENVIRONMENT AND WATER QUALTITY From the AIH 25th Anniversary Meeting & International Conference on "Challenges in Coastal Hydrology and Water Quality"
Edited by Y. Jun Xu and V. P. Singh
US $75, HC, 534 pp, Cat. No. CEWQ
This book contains 41 papers in seven sections reflecting various aspects of coastal environment and water quality. Section 1 deals with coastal water pollution which has received considerable attention in recent decades. Section 2 looks at saltwater intrusion which is of fundamental importance for the management of coastal aquifers. Section 3 covers coastal water eutrophication. This subject takes on an added significance in light of growing hypoxia due to nutrient enrichment in the Gulf of Mexico. Section 4 deals with best management practices currently being employed for water quality management. Taken together, these first four sections constitute the building blocks for water quality modeling, which is the subject of Section 5. Extending this discussion further, Section 6 encompasses coastal ecology, wetlands and environment. In conclusion, Section 7 presents some of the impacts of hurricanes Katrina and Rita. ISBN-13: 978-1-887201-47-6; ISBN-10: 1-887201-47-5. Publ. 2006 WRP.

NEW PRINTING - COMPUTER MODELS OF WATERSHED HYDROLOGY 2012 HARDCOVER EDITION
Edited by Vijay P. Singh
US $115, Hardcover Reprinted 2012 Book, 1144 pages + CD with 13 compatible modeling programs, Cat. No. CMWHN
Due to popular demand, this book has been reprinted in hardcover. A wide variety of models that together span a range of characteristics, were included. Some of those models represent a large class of models, some comprehensive, some applicable to not only civil works but also to agricultural, range and forest, and nonpoint source pollution field; some equipped with the GIS and remote sensing capability, and some a large cross-section of models from around the world. Reprinted 2012. ISBN -13: 978-1-887201-74-2; ISBN - 10: 1-887201-74-2. (Previously Published: ISBN-13: 978-0-918334-91-6; ISBN-10: 0-918334-91-8). Reprinted 2012 WRP.

CONCEPTS OF WATERSHED HYDROLOGY: An Auto-tutorial Nutshell Course
By Peter Black, PHD
US $35, SC, 30 pp, 1 CD-ROM, Cat. No. CWH
This animated and audio Short Course is an excellent visual for all professionals involved in watershed and its management, a must for libraries geared toward engineering and environmental technology. ISBN 1-887201-36-X. Publ. P. E. Black 2002.

COPING WITH DROUGHTS
Edited by V. Yevjevich, L. da Cunha & E. Vlachos
US $58, SC, 450 pp, Cat. No. CWD
This book has been successfully used as a textbook. Chapters: 1. Drought, environment and society; 2. Drought characteristics; 3. Drought impacts; 4. Strategies and measures for coping with droughts; 5. Use of new and existing water supplies for coping with drought; 6. Demand oriented measures; 7. Managing environmental aspects of agricultural droughts, Australian experience; 8. Institutional adjustments and modifications; 9. Drought cases describing nature and impacts of droughts; 10. Reactive or crisis management cases; and 11. Proactive or risk management cases (total of 12 cases in Chapters 10 and 11). ISBN 0-918334-52-7. Publ. 1984 WRP.

CYBERNETICS IN WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
by Branislav Djordjevic
US $94, HC, 641 pp, Cat. No. CWRM
This book will appeal to a wide circle of readers interested in water resources and the associated environmental problems. The unique merit of this book is that it covers in an accessible form virtually all sides of a multi-faced and multi-disciplinary subject. The main goal of this book is to explain the complexity of water management and the importance of right decisions at the right times. Key Contents:Science of Planning Water Resources Systems as a Branch of Cybernetics -- Managing Complex Water Resources Systems -- Mathematical Modeling for Management of Water Resources Systems -- Simulation Models for System Control -- Water Resources Systems Optimization: Techniques and Applications -- Application of Estimators in Solving of Water Resources Systems Control Problems -- Information Systems within Water Resources Systems. ISBN 0-918334-82-9. Publ. 1994 WRP.

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DECISION MAKING FOR HYDROSYSTEMS: Forecasting and Operation
Edited by T.E. Unny and E.A. McBean
US $54, HC, 612 pp, Cat. No. DMH
Proceedings of Int. Symposium on Real-Time Operation of Hydrosystems, June 1981, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Contains 32 papers in four sections: Human factors and risk evaluation, Optimization procedures, Models for input data, and Real-time forecasting of input data. ISBN 0-918334-50-0. Publ. 1982 WRP.

DESIGN OF NETWORKS FOR MONITORING WATER QUALITY
by T.G. Sanders, J.C. Loftis, T.D. Steele, D. D. Adrian, & V. Yevjevich
US $60, HC, 336 pp, Cat. No. DNM
This book has been successfully used as both a textbook in university classes and for general seminars. Chap. 1- introduction. Chap. 2 discusses the monitoring network design problems. Chap. 3 provides statistical background. Chaps. 4, 5 and 6 deal with where, how often, and what to sample, for data analysis. Chap. 7 summarizes the text with a step-by-step review of the network design principles. ISBN 13: 0-918334-51-0; ISBN 10: 0-918334-51-9. Reprinted WRP.

DESIGN OF SMALL CANAL STRUCTURES 1978 Enhanced and Legible Version
by A. J. Aisenbrey, Jr., R. B. Hayes, H. J. Warren, D. L. Winsett, R. B. Young (Bureau of Reclamation)
US $95, SPB, 457 pp, Cat. No. DSCS
100+ FIGURES reworked extensively for legibility -- 15 FIGURES expanded to 3 pages for easy viewing - copies of these original 15 figures included in the appendix.
This publication, successfully used as a textbook, illustrates the application of canal structures having design discharge capacities up to 100 cubic feet per second.

DESIGN OF SMALL DAMS - Third Edition, 1987
US $183
, 904 pp, Spiralbound ONLY, Cat. No. DSD
The purpose of this third edition has been changed in scope and intent from that of the second edition. The title Design of Small Dams has been retained even though some of the information in the third edition relates to large dams. Many of the theoretical concepts presented can be applied to large or small structures. Printed 1987 USDI (USBR).

DETERMINATION OF AQUIFER PARAMETERS USING REGRESSION ANALYSIS - 2nd Edition
by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D.
US $68, Softcover, 179 pp, plus Computer Program, Cat. No. DAP2
Pump test evaluation is tedious and subjective when completed by hand. This computer program provides theory and application for the solution of pump test data using the Cooper-Jacob method along with array and regression analysis. Linear regression analysis offers the advantage of removing subjective interpretation. Array analysis offers the convenience of regression analysis, but with a visual inspection of the solution process. Array analysis has been coupled with regression analysis in the computer program included with this monograph, to offer fast and easy solutions for the analysis of pump test data. ISBN 1-887201-16-5. Publ. 1994 WRP.

DETERMINATION OF HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY OF POROUS MEDIA FROM GRAIN-SIZE COMPOSITION
by Milan Vukovic and Andjelko Soro - ONLY AVAILABLE as part of the package DETERMINATION OF HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY FROM GRAIN SIZE ANALYSIS
86 pp in pdf format plus Computer Data on CD-ROM
Monograph presents practical methods on how to determine the hydraulic conductivity for the granulometric curves. It presents the general aspects of this problem, with the theoretical background. Then the presentation and analysis of the ten characteristic empirical formulas follows, with an analysis of the basic parameters in empirical formulas for determination of hydraulic conductivity of porous media. Then a comparative analysis of these formulas, including the reliability of computed conductivity is given. The appendix contains the program MVASKF for the computation of hydraulic conductivity. ISBN 0-918334-77-2. Publ. 1992 WRP.

DETERMINATION OF HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY FROM GRAIN SIZE ANALYSIS
plus Grain Size Analysis computer program-Windows98™ compatible
by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D.
US $110,
SPB, 196 pp, Publ. 2002, SCS Cat. No. GSA/DHC
This book gives both practical and applicable methods on how to determine the hydraulic conductivity for the grain-size curves. It is a useful tool in estimating the hydraulic conductivity of aquifers when the budget for an aquifer test is cost prohibitive. In order to complete this task in a comprehensive manner, this book establishes the relationship between the hydraulic conductivity of the porous media and the fluid properties of water. This edition includes the WRP Classic Resource by Miland Vukovic and Andjelko Soro entitled Determination of Hydraulic Conductivity of Porous Media from Grain-Size Composition in the appendix. This book and the computer program are useful for coarse-grain, aquifer material (sands and gravels). (Previously Published: ISBN-13: 978-1-887201-31-5; ISBN-10: 1-887201-31-9). ISBN -13: 9781887201582. Reprinted 2011 WRP.

DROUGHT IN THE GREAT PLAINS
Edited by N.J. Rosenberg
US $58, HC, 225 pp, Cat. No. DGP
Research on Impacts and Strategies.of droughts in the Great Plains, by identifying and prioritizing research needs to provide information in preparation of a regional strategy. ISBN 0-918334-34-9. Publ. 1980 WRP.

DROUGHT RESEARCH NEEDS
Edited by V. Yevjevich, W.A. Hall & J.D. Salas
US $58, HC, 288 pp, Cat. No. DRN
Results of Conference on Drought Research Needs, Fort Collins, Colorado U.S.A., 1977, containing descriptions of 127 research topics. ISBN 0-918334-26-8.Publ. 1979 WRP.

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EASY TO USE TABLES OF SPECIFIC CAPACITY
by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D. US $22, Cat. No. EUTSC
The tables have been developed to facilitate an easy field by which transmissivity could be estimated using drawdown measured from a production well for both confined and unconfined aquifers utilizing both small diameter and larger diameter production well parameters.

EASY TO USE THEISIAN TABLES ~2nd Edition with Applications
by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D. US $22, Cat. No. EUTT
These tables, developed to facilitate an easy method to determine Theisian correction factors, µ and W(µ), for simple ground-water modeling, contain over 1300 pairs of matching µ and W(µ) values. These values are required in the Theis solution to estimate discharge, drawdown, pumping time, observation distance, limit of the transient cone of depression, and specific capacity, when transmissivity and the storage coefficient can be estimated or are known.

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING AND HEALTH SCIENCES
Edited by J.A. Raynal, J.R. Nuckols, R. Reyes, and M. Ward
US $62, 476 pp, SC, Cat. No. EEHS
This book contains forty two papers from the International Symposium on Environmental Engineering and Health Sciences: A Joint Effort for the XXI Century that was organized to provide a forum for the interdisciplinary exchange of views on all aspects of these sciences. The papers addressed issues concerning environmental engineering and health sciences. ISBN 13: 1-887201-17-9; ISBN 10: 1-887201-17-3 Publ. 2000 WRP.

ENVIRONMENTAL MODELING
Edited by Vijay P. Singh, Il Won Seo, and Jung H. Sonu
US $62, HC, 456 pp, Cat. No. EMSINGH
This book contains seven sections encompassing major aspects of environmental and ecosystem modeling. Beginning with a discussion of water quality in the first section, the papers go on to discuss water quality monitoring in Section 2, water pollution in Section 3, municipal landfills and underground storage in Section 4, wastewater treatment in Section 5, ecosystem modeling in Section 6, and environmental risk in Section 7. ISBN 13: 978-1-887201-23-0; ISBN 10: 1-887201-23-8. Publ. 1999 WRP.

ESTIMATING TRANSMISSIVITY FROM STEP-DRAWDOWN TESTS
by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D. ( Previously published under the title ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF STEP-DRAWDOWN TESTS - ISBN: 9781887201155.)
US $68, 156 pp, Softbound, plus Computer Program, Cat. No. STP
This book provides in-depth knowledge, examples, and instruction in the use of current step-drawdown analytical methods, including solutions that can confirm results. The program solves for aquifer loss, well loss, specific capacity, transmissivity and more. ISBN-13: 978-1-88701-02-5; ISBN-10: 1-887201-15-7. Publ. 1999 WRP.

EVOLUTION AND ADMINISTRATION OF COLORADO WATER LAW: 1876-1976
edited by G.E. Radosevich
US $45, HC, 280 pp, Cat. No. EACWL
Comprehensive treatment of water law in Colorado. A brief history and its relationships to other water law doctrines in U.S.A., water rights acquisition in Colorado, nature of property right acquired and ways in which the right may be lost or impaired. ISBN 0-918334-12-8. Reprinted 1985 WRP.

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A FIRST COURSE IN FLUID MECHANICS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERS
by Donald Gray
US $82, Hardcover, 500pp, Cat. No. FCFM
Successfully used as a textbook by major universities, this book is based on over twenty years of classroom experience, this book is intended as a text for a one semester introduction to fluid mechanics for students of civil engineering and related fields such as environmental and agricultural engineering. Although intentionally shorter than most other introductory fluid mechanics textbooks, this book is characterized by distinctive features which make it particularly suitable for its intended audience. ISBN -13: 978-1-887201-11-7; ISBN - 10: 1-887201-11-4. Reprinted 2011 WRP.

FLOOD HYDROLOGY MANUAL
by Arthur G. Cudworth, Jr.
US $45, 258 pp, SC, Cat. No. FHM
This manual concentrates on three major technical aspects of flood hydrology: (1) hydrometeorology related to probable maximum precipitation determinations, (2) probable maximum flood hydrograph determinations, and (3) statistics and probabilities relating to the magnitude and frequency of flood flows. Reprinted 3rd edition 1992, USDI (USBR).

FLOODS AND DROUGHTS: The New Zealand Experience
edited by M. Paul Mosley and Charles P. Pearson for the New Zealand Hydrological Society
US $50, Soft Cover, 206 pp, Cat. No. FDNZ
This book summarizes the wealth of observation and analysis of floods and droughts in New Zealand. ISBN 13: 978-0-473-04735-1; ISBN 10: 0-473-04735-7.

FREQUENCY AND RISK ANALYSES IN HYDROLOGY
by G.W. Kite
US $56, SC, 266 pp, plus Computer Program, Cat. No. FRAH
This book describes some methods currently used to apply frequency analysis techniques to hydrological data in order to provide planners and engineers with figures that they can use in practice to reduce the losses caused by flood and drought. ISBN-13: 978-1-887201-64-0.

FUNDAMENTOS DEL RIEGO
Un Texto de Tecnología Aplicada para la Enseñanza del Riego a Nivel Intermedio
por George H. Hargreaves e Gary P. Merkley
US $50, SB, 235 pp, Cat. No. FDR
Este libro es un texto muy amplio sobre los principios y prácticas del riego de tierras agrícolas con la meta principal de apoyar los esfuerzos de desarrollo tal como se requiere para las tasas actuales de crecimiento de población mundial. El libro fue redactado a lo largo de un período de más de 10 años y la información que contiene se basa en la amplia experiencia de los autores en las áreas de producción agrícola, investigación, enseñanza y capacitación, y otras actividades profesionales en el área de riego.
El libro trata sobre los diferentes factores que influencian los cultivos y su rendimiento incluyendo clima, fertilidad, agua, drenaje y las prácticas culturales. Se incluyen los métodos mas ampliamente aceptados y universalmente usados para estimar los requerimientos de agua por los cultivos y para la programación del riego. El libro puede ser usado para evaluar las necesidades y beneficios del drenaje. El libro además incluye una descripción breve de cómo puede ser usado con el Atlas Mundial de Agua y Clima (World Water and Climate Atlas) en la agricultura. ISBN 1-887201-27-0. Publ. 1998 WRP.

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THE GAMMA FAMILY AND DERIVED DISTRIBUTIONS APPLIED IN HYDROLOGY
by B. Bobée and F. Ashkar
US $54, SC, 218 pp, Cat. No. GFDD
Chapt. 1 discusses the steps to be followed in a hydrologic frequency analysis, Chapt. 2 shows how this system is derived, Chapt. 3 discusses the moments of the different distributions, Chapt. 4 treats the SP and G1 distributions from which all members of the P-LP-GG group are derived, Chapt. 5 - 8 give important distributions for fitting hydrologic data (G2, P, LP, GG), and Chapt. 9 gives some practical recommendations for choosing a statistical distribution/fitting technique from a set of alternatives. ISBN 0-918334-68-3. Publ. 1990 WRP.

Computer Program for THE GAMMA FAMILY AND DERIVED DISTRIBUTIONS APPLIED IN HYDROLOGY
by B. Bobée and F. Ashkar
US $85, Cat. No. CGFDD - Program HFA on CD-ROM
Both the book and the computer program - US $ 110

GRAVEL-BED RIVERS IN THE ENVIRONMENT (IV)
Edited by Peter C. Klingeman, Robert L. Beschta, Paul D. Komar, and Jeffrey B. Bradley
US $95, Hard Cover, 864 pp, Cat. No. GBR
This is the fourth "Gravel-Bed Rivers Workshop" publication. Beginning in 1980 and held at five-year intervals, these workshops have brought together leading international researchers to present and discuss new results, concepts and state-of-the-art methods to analyze fluvial processes in and manage gravel-bed rivers. The fourth workshop was held at Gold Bar, Washington, near the dynamic Skykomish River and strikingly beautiful Cascade Mountains. Workshop papers and discussions are published to document new concepts and ideas for broad use by those who study, manage or have general interests in rivers. ISBN 13: 978-1-887201-13-1, ISBN 10: 1-887201-13-0. Publ. 1999 WRP.

GRAVEL-BED RIVERS V
Edited by M. Paul Mosley
US $95, Hard Cover, 642 pp, Cat. No. GBR5
This is the fifth publication from "Gravel-Bed Rivers Workshop". It discusses almost every conceivable aspect of the fascinating behavior of rivers and their management. ISBN 0-473-07486-9.

GROUNDWATER DYNAMICS
by Milan Vukovic and Andjelko Soro
US $95, 544 pp, HC, plus Computer Program, Cat. No. GWD
This book provides a simpler approach to solving even the most complex problems involving groundwater flow. The text includes 118 stated and solved problems from actual practice. These problems are used to present the fundamental laws of groundwater flow under steady conditions. Each stated problem also includes the approach to solving the problem, starting with a physical model and encompassing the computational model, application of appropriate mathematically formulated laws governing the flow, as well as the required solution. ISBN 1-887201-01-7. Publ. 1997 WRP.

GROUNDWATER DYNAMICS SOLUTION MANUAL
by Milan Vukovic andAndjelko Soro
US $45, 84 pp, SPB, Cat. No. SMGWD
The Solution Manual includes 131 given problems and solutions. ISBN 1-887201-03-3. Publ. 1997 WRP.

GROUND WATER MANUAL
US $95
, 693 pp, SC, Cat. No. GWM
This is a guide to field personnel in the more practical aspects and commonly encountered problems of ground-water investigations, development, and management.
Information is presented concerning such aspects as ground-water occurrence and movement, well-aquifer relationships, ground-water investigations, aquifer test analyses, estimating aquifer yield, data collection, and geophysical investigations. Reprinted 2nd edition 1995, USDI USBR.

GROUNDWATER HYDROLOGY AND HYDRAULICS
by D.B. McWhorter & D.K. Sunada
US $58, HC, 304 pp, Cat. No. GWHH
Successfully used as a textbook, this book is an outgrowth of a course in groundwater hydrology and hydraulics taught for seniors and first-year graduate students in agricultural and chemical engineering, civil engineering, geology, and watershed science. The book is designed for use as a text. The emphasis on basic physical and mathematical concepts should be found useful to professional hydrologists and geohydrologists. A solid background in fundamentals and a thorough understanding of groundwater phenomena in idealized cases contributes immeasurably to imaginative and successful analysis, synthesis, and solution of field problems. Selection and presentation of the subject material has been influenced by authors of similar books and former teachers.

This text is excellent for seniors or first-year graduate students. Emphasis is on basic physical and mathematical concepts with 52 examples, 145 problems and study questions. ISBN -13: 978-1-887201-61-2; ISBN - 10: 1-887201-61-0. (Previously Published: ISBN-13: 978-0-918334-18-3; ISBN-10: 0-918334-18-7). Reprinted 2010. WRP.

GROUNDWATERS OF NEW ZEALAND
Edited by Michael R. Rosen and Paul A. Whitefor the New Zealand Hydrological Society
US $85, Hard Cover, 512 pp, Cat. No. GNZ
This book summarizes the wealth of observation and analysis of floods and droughts in New Zealand.ISBN 13: 978-0-473-07816-4; ISBN 10: 0-473-07816-3.

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HYDRAULIC MODELS
by L. I. Ivicsics
US $45, HC, 310 pp, Cat. No. HM
Basic concepts with details on hydraulic models with fundamental principles and concepts of hydraulic modeling closely related to hydraulic engineering practice. ISBN 0-918334-38-1. Reprinted 1980 WRP.

HYDRAULIC MODELING
Edited by Vijay P. Singh, Il Won Seo, and Jung H. Sonu
US $52, HC, 284pp, Cat. No. HMSINGH
This book contains four sections encompassing major aspects of environmental hydraulic modeling. Beginning a discussion of turbulent flow in the first section, the papers go on to discuss channel flow modeling in Section 2, scour and sedimentation in Section 3, and pollutant transport in Section 4. ISBN 1-887201-22-X. Publ. 1999 WRP.

HYDRAULICS OF DAMS AND RESERVOIRS
by Fuat Sentürk
US $110, HC, 814 pp, Cat. No. HOD
This book is prepared so that it can be used in universities and in professional applications by students and engineers. For solving a hydraulic problem, different ways are suggested by different researchers and competent professionals, these solutions are detailed in the book. The comparison of the results are reported in the problems following each chapter. The book describes the hydraulics of flowing water from its inflow in the reservoir, its traveling in the reservoir and over the spillway, then in the downstream channel up to a control section. ISBN 13: 978-0-918334-80-0; ISBN 10: 0-918334-80-2. Reprinted 2011 WRP.

PROBLEM SOLUTION MANUAL: Hydraulics of Dams and Reservoirs
by Fuat Sentürk
US $60, SC, 304 pp, Cat. No. SMHOD
This solution manual covers the entire field of hydraulics of dams, from the approach condition of the flow to the spillway up to a check point in the downstream natural water course, plus solving all the problems included in the book Hydraulics of Dams and Reservoirs, to aid understanding the engineering application of theoretical approaches. ISBN 13: 978-0-918334-90-9; ISBN 10: 0-918334-90-X. Reprinted 2010WRP.

HYDRAULICS OF SEDIMENT TRANSPORT
by W.H. Graf
US $75, SC, 524 pp, Cat. No. HST
This book has been successfully used by major universities as their textbook. Part 1: Short History of Sediment Transport; Part 2 deals with the Hydrodynamics of Fluid-Particle Systems; Part 3 is concerned with the Sediment Transport in Open Channels; and Part 4 describes the Sediment Transport in Closed Pipes. ISBN -13: 978-1-887201-57-5; ISBN - 10: 1-887201-57-2. (Previously Published: ISBN-13: 978-0-918334-56-5; ISBN-10: 0-918334-56-X). Reprinted 2011 WRP.

HYDRAULICS OF WATER WELLS
by Milan Vukovic and Andjelko Soro
US $94, HC, 368 pp, plus Computer Program, Cat. No. HWW
By designing, testing and studying more than 1000 wells, the authors have gained extensive experience, primarily in the area of solving problems related to well hydraulics. This book presents modern approaches to problems encountered during concept generation, construction and use of the wells. Numerous examples are given with the objective of how to optimize construction and use of production wells. The subject matter is presented in four parts: Theoretical Background; Evaluation of Tests and Production Pumpage Data; Design and Production Problems of Tube Wells; Case Studies of Tests and Production Pumping. ISBN 0-918334-76-4. Publ. 1992 WRP.

HYDROGEOLOGY AND HYDROGEOCHEMISTRY OF A NORTHERN BOG
by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D.
US $55, SPB, 454 pp, Cat. No. BOG
This book provides information obtained from a three year investigation of the physical and chemical mechanics occurring within that often mysterious but beautiful environment - a northern bog. ISBN 0-918334-96-9. Publ. 1995 WRP.

HYDROLOGIC APPLICATIONS: COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING
by G. W. Kite
US $65, SPB, 148 pp, plus Computer Program, Cat. No. HAC
This book describes some of the techniques that the author has found useful in many different parts of the world. ISBN 0-918334-69-1. Publ. 1991 WRP.

HYDROLOGIC MODELING
Edited by Vijay P. Singh, Il Won Seo, and Jung H. Sonu
US $58, HC, 454pp, Cat. No. HLMSINGH
This book contains six sections encompassing major aspects of surface and subsurface water hydrology. Beginning with rainfall modeling in the first section, the papers go on to discuss channel network characteristics in Section 2, streamflow modeling in Section 3, frequency and risk analysis in Section 4, subsurface and ground water modeling in Section 5 and solute transport in porous media in Section 6. ISBN 1-887201-21-1.Publ. 1999 WRP.

HYDROLOGY AND HYDRAULICS
edited by Vijay P. Singh
US $150, HC, 1098pp, Cat. No. HHSINGH
This book is both a tribute to Professor Rao and a state-of-the-art text concerning certain aspects of hydrologic past, present, and future. Specialists and experts from all parts of the world, including both developed and developing countries contributed to this publication. This book will be of interest to researchers and consultants. ISBN-13: 978-188720152-0. Publ. 2008 WRP.

HYDROLOGY & WATER RESOURCES EDUCATION, TRAINING AND MANAGEMENT
Edited by J. A. Raynal
US $54, HC, 480 pp, Cat. No. HWRE
The International Symposium on Hydrology and Water Resources Education and Training: The Challenges to Meet at the Turn of the XXl Century, was organized to provide a forum for the interdisciplinary exchange of views on all aspects of the education and training in hydrology and water resources. ISBN 0-918334-73-X. Publ. 1992 WRP.

HYDROSYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT
by Larry Mays and Yeou-Koung Tung
US $68, SC, 550 pp, Cat. No. HEAM
Originally published from the McGraw-Hill Water Resources and Environmental Engineering Series
This book is an excellent textbook for water resources engineering and management studies. ISBN -13: 978-1-887201-32-2; ISBN - 10: 1-887201-32-7. Reprinted WRP.

HYFRAN-Plus software
by Chair in Statistical Hydrology, INRS-ETE, (B. Bobée et al.)
US $300, Version 2.2, (available in English and French), Cat. No. HYFRAN-Plus
HYFRAN (HYdrological FRequency ANalysis) is a software used to fit statistical distributions. It includes a number of powerful, flexible, user-friendly mathematical tools that can be used for the statistical analysis of extreme events. It can also perform more basic analysis of data time series. In addition, a DSS (Decision Support System) is included in HYFRAN-Plus to help the user choose the most adequate distribution to fit a set of Independent and Identically Distributed (IID) data.

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INCISED CHANNELS - MORPHOLOGY, DYNAMICS AND CONTROL
by S.A. Schumm, M.D. Harvey & C.C.Watson
US $58, SC, 208 pp, Cat. No. IC
Content: Fluvial systems behavior; Drainage network rejuvenation; Gullies; Entrenched streams; Entrenched channels of Northern Mississippi; Channels; summary and applications. ISBN - 13: 978-1-887201-64-3; ISBN - 10: 1-887201-64-5. (Previously Published: ISBN-13: 978-0-918334-53-4; ISBN-10: 0-918334-53-5). Publ. 1984 WRP.

INTEGRATED AND ADAPTIVE WATER RESOURCES PLANNING, MANAGEMENT, AND GOVERNANCE
by Jan Adamowski, Cory Zyla, Eduardo Ganem Cuenca, Wietske Medema, Murray Clamen, Paul Reig
US $95, 224 pp, HC, full color graphic, images, and charts, Cat. No. IAW
This book provides a broad overview of the most important and emerging concepts, frameworks, methods and tools in the areas of water resources planning, management and governance. ISBN 978-1-887201-81-0 2014, WRP.

INTRODUCTION TO AQUIFER ANALYSIS - 4th Edition

by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D.
Computer Program by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D. and Paul Pare
US $85, 320 pp, SC, Cat. No. IAA
Successfully used as a textbook
, this book presents the conventional solution methods using common language and carefully constructed illustrations. It is an excellent teaching tool and a reference: a teaching tool for students new to the hydrogeological sciences; and a reference for engineers who need quick and easy access to information. The mathematics are successfully explained through the use of illustrations. The computer program is included to help with the learning process and can be used to evaluate aquifer test data and confirm the newer methods. This is a powerful package that should be in the library of any ground-water scientist. ISBN 1-887201-06-8. Publ. 1997, WRP.

IRRIGATION MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS LEARNING PROCESS
by G. Skogerboe and G. P. Merkley
US $68, HC, 368 pp, Cat. No. IMOL
Successfully, used as a textbook, this publication provides sensible and practical guidelines and procedures for improved maintenance and operations of conveyance and distribution systems for irrigation water. ISBN 0-918334-92-6. Publ. 1996 WRP.

IRRIGATION FUNDAMENTALS
An Applied Technology Text for Teaching Irrigation at the Intermediate Level
by George H. Hargreaves and Gary P. Merkley
US $68, HC, 198 pp, Cat. No. IF
Successfully, used as a textbook, this book is a very comprehensive text on the principals and practices of irrigated agriculture. Various factors that influence crop yield and production including climate, fertility, water, drainage, and agronomic practices are addressed. A chapter on soils includes evaluation, classification, and soil water relationships as well as instructions on resource evaluation. The various irrigation methods such as border, basin, contour, furrow, sub, sprinkle, and drip or trickle are described; and conditions are given for selection of the appropriate method to use. ISBN 978-1-887201-10-0. Publ. 1998 WRP.

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KARST HYDROGEOLOGY
by P. Milanovic
US $50, HC, 444 pp, Cat. No. KH
Presents experience and new methods used in investigation of karstified carbonate rocks and their hydrogeologic problems. ISBN 0-918334-36-5. Publ. 1981 WRP.

KARST WATER RESEARCH NEEDS
Edited by V. Yevjevich
US $50, HC, 288 pp, Cat. No. KWRN
Introduction on karst (karstified limestone) water problems in general, and in the U.S.A. particularly. Detailed description of 150 research topics sorted in: physcial-environmental, technological and socio-economic research needs. ISBN 0-918334-40-3. Publ. 1981 WRP.

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MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF HYDROLOGIC SERIES
by G.G. Svanidze

US $50, HC, 326 pp, Cat. No. MMHS
Presents attainments in analysis of hydrologic time series in Soviet Union. Intended for various computations in water resources. Part I: Analysis of observed hydrologic series. Part II: Modeling (simulation) of annual and seasonal series. ISBN 0-918334-32-2. Publ. 1980 WRP.

MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF LARGE WATERSHED HYDROLOGY

edited by Vijay P. Singh and Donald K. Frevert
US $95, HC, 914 pp, Cat. No. MMLW
Comprehensive account of some of the most popular models of watershed hydrology ~~ of interest to all hydrologic modelers and model users and a welcome and timely edition to any modeling library. ISBN 1-88720-34-3. Publ. 2002 WRP.

MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF SMALL WATERSHED HYDROLOGY AND APPLICATIONS

Edited by Vijay P. Singh and Donald K. Frevert
US $95, HC, 972 pp, Cat. No. MMSW
Comprehensive account of some of the most popular models of watershed hydrology ~~ of interest to all hydrologic modelers and model users and a welcome and timely edition to any modeling library. ISBN 1-88720-35-1. Publ. 2002 WRP.

MATHMOD 1 - COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR Mathematical Models of Large Watershed Hydrology
US $55, 1 CD-ROM, Cat. No. MM1
16 Mathematical Modeling Programs in conjunction with Mathematical Models of Large Watershed Hydrology ~~ of interest to all hydrologic modelers and model users. Publ. 2002 WRP.

MATHMOD 2 - COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR Mathematical Models of Small Watershed Hydrology and Applications
US $55, 1 CD-ROM, Cat. No. MM2
19 Mathematical Modeling Programs in conjunction with Mathematical Models of Small Watershed Hydrology and Applications ~~ of interest to all hydrologic modelers and model users. Publ. 2002 WRP.

MECHANICS OF ALLUVIAL CHANNELS
by K. Mahmood, M. I. Haque and A.M. Choudri
US $70, HC, 545 pp, Cat. No. MAC
Proceedings of the 1985 Symposium, held in Lahore, Pakistan, on the same topic. It contains 29 papers sorted in seven parts: Keynote Addresses; Measurement and Analysis of Data; Bedforms and Channel Morphology; Hydraulics of Alluvial Channels; Sediment Transport; Channel Response and Control; and Channel Stability. ISBN 0-918334-63-2. Publ. 1988 WRP.

MECHANICS OF IMMISCIBLE FLUIDS IN POROUS MEDIA
by Arthur T. Corey
US $54, SC, 269 pp, Cat. No. MIFPM
Since publication of the first edition in 1977, pollution of groundwater aquifers by petroleum fluids and other non-aqueous liquids, such as chlorinated hydrocarbons, has become a major concern of investigators both nationally and internationally. Material presented in this text provides the necessary foundation for students, with a background in elementary fluid mechanics and applied mathematics, interested in the analysis of such problems. ISBN 0-918334-83-7. Publ. 1994 WRP.

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OPEN CHANNEL HYDRAULICS
by Richard H. French
US $85, SC, 652 pp, Cat. No. OCH
This book is primarily a text for graduate or undergraduate students in civil and agricultural engineering and hydrologic science. Extensively Revised from the original text. ISBN - 13: 978-1-887201-44-5; ISBN - 10: 1-887201-44-0. Publ. 2007 WRP.

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POLICIES AND ORGANIZATIONS FOR URBAN WATER MANAGEMENT
by V.A. Koelzer & A.B.Bigler
US $25, HC, 306 pp, Cat. No. POUWM
Comments by the National Water Commission after a five year study of a variety of water policies. ISBN 0-918334-06-3. Publ. 1975 WRP.

PROBABILISTIC MANAGEMENT OF WATER RESOURCE AND HYDROPOWER SYSTEMS
by M.S. Basson, R.B. Allen, G.G.S. Pegram and J.A. van Rooyen
US $75, HC, 434 pp, Cat. No. PMWR
On behalf of the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, South Africa
This is a first comprehensive publication to cover the application of stochastic hydrology together with sophisticated systems analysis techniques in water resources engineering.
The methodology that was developed has been extensively applied in practice for more than five years for the real-time operating and development planning of large water resource systems with great success. The stochastic models and probabilistic techniques have been tested and proven under varied hydrological conditions from semi-desert to humid sub-tropical and mountain highland conditions. Although primarily aimed at complex multi-reservoir systems, serving multiple users with varying reliability of supply requirements, as well as hydropower generation, the methodology described applies equally well to simple single reservoir developments. ISBN 0-918334-89-6. Publ. 1994 WRP.

PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS IN HYDROLOGY
by Vujica Yevjevich
US $65, 312 pp, SC, Cat. No. PSH
Successfully used as a textbook by major universities. This book offers basic principles of probability theory and mathematical inferential statistics as viewed from and applied to hydrology and water resources. ISBN - 13: 978-1-887201-60-5; ISBN - 10: 1-887201-60-2. (Previously Published: ISBN-13: 978-0-918334-00-8; ISBN-10: 0-918334-00-4). Reprinted 2011, WRP.

PROBLEMS IN APPLIED HYDROLOGY
by E.F. Schulz
US $65, SC, 501 pp, Cat. No. PAH
Successfully used as a textbook by major universities. Problem solution manual of exercises demonstrating principles of hydrology with 130 problems and 25 worked examples of typical problems in hydrology. ISBN -13: 978-1-887201-65-0; ISBN - 10: 1-887201-65-3. (Previously Published: ISBN-13: 978-0-918334-07-7; ISBN-10: 0-918334-07-1). Reprinted 2011 WRP.

PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON WATER, ENVIRONMENT, ECOLOGY, SOCIO-ECONOMICS AND HEALTH ENGINEERING
Edited by V.P. Singh, I.W. Seo, J.H. Sonu
US $176, HC, 4 volumes, 1480 pp. Cat No. WEESHE
The papers contained in these books represent the conference contributions from the Proceedings of the International Conference on Water, Environment, Ecology, Socio-economics and Health Engineering (WEESHE) held October 18-21, 1999.

PROCEEDINGS OF THE 1999 ASCE INTERNATIONAL WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING CONFERENCE, WATER RESOURCES INTO THE NEW MILLENIUM: Past Accomplishments and New Challenges
Edited by Raymond Walton and Ronald E. Nece
US $98, More than 400 papers on CD-ROM, Cat No. WATERCD
This CD-ROM is a compilation of over 400 papers presented in Seattle, Washington at the August 1999 ASCE International Water Resources Engineering Conference. It includes papers from symposia on River Restoration and Sediment Technology, Water Resources in the Urban Environment, Groundwater Protection, and Irrigation Efficiency. Viewed through Adobe Acrobat™ Version 3.0. ISBN 1-887201-25-4.

PRODUCTION WELL ANALYSIS: New Methods and a Computer Program in Well Hydraulics
by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D.
**Replaced by the book Introduction to Aquifer Analysis - 4th Edition, US $75 Cat. No. IAA

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RAINFALL-RUNOFF RELATIONSHIP
Edited by V.P. Singh
US $52, HC, 576 pp, Cat. No. RRR
Proceedings of Symposium on Rainfall-Runoff Modeling, May 1981, Mississippi, U.S.A. Contains 36 papers in ten sections: Brief history, Linear systems modeling, Nonlinear systems modeling, Hydraulic modeling, Subsurface runoff modeling, Source areas for runoff generation, Curve numbers, Geomorphology and its application, Optimization, and Flood routing. ISBN 0-918334-45-4. Publ. 1982 WRP.

RECOVERY ANALYSIS: New Methods and a Computer Program in Well Hydraulics
by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D.
**Replaced by the book Introduction to Aquifer Analysis - 4th Edition, US $75 Cat. No. IAA

RESERVOIR SIZING BY TRANSITION PROBABILITIES
by I. Zsuffa and A. Galai
US $52, SC, 195 pp, plus Computer Program, Cat. No. RSTP
Content: Application of the Moran's Model, Description of Reservoirs Performance, Sizing of Multipurpose Reservoirs, Reservoir Sizing with Stochastic Demand, Sizing of Interconnected Reservoirs, Role of Reservoirs in Power Production, Mathematical Analysis of Reservoirs. Two diskettes with computer programs are included as the integral part of Part II of the book. ISBN 0-918334-62-4. Publ. 1987 WRP.

RIPRAP DESIGN SYSTEM ~ Version 3.0
by West Consultants
US $249, Software, Cat. No. RDS
RIPRAP Design System 3.0 provides guidance in sizing riprap for bank and bottom protection from scour. The software incorporates the latest criteria from seven riprap design methods.

RISK ANALYSIS IN DAM SAFETY ASSESSMENT
Edited by Jan-Tai Kuo and Ben Chie Yen
US $50, HC, 188 pp, Cat. No. RADS
The book contains ten papers written by international renowned experts and professors in this field. It reviews the theory of reliability analysis in dam safety assessment and introduces the hydrological, hydraulic, and seismic aspects of dam safety and its risk assessment. In addition, it reports the progress and current status of dam safety risk management in some countries, such as Australia, Canada, Germany, Taiwan, and U.S.A. ISBN 1-88720120-3. Publ. 1999.

RIVER ICE BREAKUP
edited by Spyros Beltaos
US $85, HC, 480 pp, Includes 12 photographs in color. Cat. No. RIB
A collaborative effort by different experts in the field of river ice, contributing their unique expertise and focusing on different aspects of river ice breakup processes and associated problems. ISBN 978-1-887201-50-6 , Publ. 2008 WRP.

RIVER ICE JAMS
edited by Spyros Beltaos
US $75, HC, 390 pp, Cat. No. RIJ
This book has been successfully used as a textbook by major universities. This subject is of considerable socio-economic significance only recently studies in depth. The book is a collaborative effort by several authors focusing on different aspects of the ice jamming processes and associated problems. It reviews the occurrences of ice jams and identifies their main effects while giving an overview of river ice processes in general. ISBN 13: 978-0-918334-87-9, ISBN 10: 0-918334-87-X Publ. WRP.

RIVER AND LAKE ICE ENGINEERING
Edited by G.D. Ashton
US $78, Hardcover, 500 pp, Cat. No. RLIE
This book has been successfully used as a textbook by major universities. The IAHR Committee on Ice Problems assigned themselves the task to produce a single, introductory source for the general principles for engineering applied to river and lake ice problems. Book contains nine chapters. Index; Introduction; ice physics; ice mechanics; thermal regime of lakes and rivers; hydraulics of ice phenomena); ice control; remote sensing; and icebreakers. ISBN 13: 978-1-887201-63-6; ISBN 10: 1-887201-63-7. (Previously Published: ISBN-13: 978-0-918334-59-6; ISBN-10: 0-918334-59-4. Reprinted 2011 WRP.

RIVER AND RESERVOIR YIELD
by T. A. McMahon and R. G. Mein
US $50, HC, 376 pp, Cat. No. RRY
This text provides a comprehensive review of analyses associated with defining hydrology of low flows and with the hydrologic design and operation of reservoir storage systems. ISBN 0-918334-61-6. Publ. 1986 WRP.

ROUGHNESS CHARACTERISTICS OF NEW ZEALAND RIVERS

by M. Hicks and P. D. Mason
US $85, SC, 336 pp, 156 full color photographs, Cat. No. RCNZR
The information presented is the culmination of a three-year field program in which roughness and other hydraulic parameters were measured. Physical and hydraulic characteristics are presented for 78 New Zealand river and canal reaches which may be used as reference reaches for estimating roughness coefficients in similar channels. ISBN 0-477-026008-7, Publ. 1999 NIWA.

ROOT ZONE WATER QUALITY MODEL - Modelling Management Effects on Water Quality and Crop Production
Edited by L.R. Ahuja, K.W. Rojas, J.D. Hanson, M.J. Shaffer, L. Ma
US $95
, SC, 372 pp, plus CD-ROM - Cat. No. RZWQM
Successfully used as a textbook, the Root Zone Water Quality Model (RZWQM) is a comprehensive simulation model designed to predict the hydrologic response, including potential for surface and groundwater contamination, of alternative crop-management systems. It simulates crop development and the movement of water, nutrients and pesticides over and through the root zone for a representative unit area of an agricultural field over multiple years. ISBN 1-887201-08-4. Publ. 1999 WRP.

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SEDIMENT TRANSPORT TECHNOLOGY: WATER AND SEDIMENT DYNAMICS
by D. B. Simons and F. Sentürk
US $129, HC, 919 pp, Cat. No. STT
Successfully used as a textbook, this revised edition of the original text entitled Sediment Transport Technology. All chapters have been updated and expanded and contain excellent discussions of the concepts, advantages and disadvantages of various types of mathematical models, providing a source of theoretical and experience-based information for students, consultants, policy formulating agencies, environmentalists and individuals and/or organization contemplating or involved in hearings and litigation. ISBN 0-918334-66-7. Publ. 1992 WRP.

SOLUTION MANUAL TO SEDIMENT TRANSPORT TECHNOLOGY
by D. B. Simons and F. Sentürk
US $55, SC, 288 pp, Cat. No. SMSTT
The Solutions Manual effectively supports the text and should prove very useful both to the practicing engineer and to the professors teaching geomorphology, river mechanics, sediment transport and related subjects. ISBN 0-918334-67-5. Publ. 1992 WRP.

SLURP 12.9 Hydrologic Model Software
by G.W. Kite
US $950.00, Compatible with Windows 95/98/ME or NT/2000 operating systems, Cat. No. SLURP
SLURP is a computer model which simulates the hydrological cycle from rainfall and snowfall to evapotranspiration, surface runoff and groundwater treating each land cover separately. Because very few river basins remain natural, the model can include the full range of water resources projects including dams, reservoirs, diversions, inter-basin transfers, groundwater extractions and irrigation schemes. ISBN-13: 978-1-887201-49-0; ISBN-10: 1-887201-49-1.

STOCHASTIC AND RISK ANALYSIS IN HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING
Edited by B. C. Yen
US $55, HC, 292 pp, Cat. No. SRAHE
The 22-paper proceedings present a coordinated view of the present status of different aspects of stochastic hydraulics. ISBN 0-918334-57-8. Publ. 1986 WRP.

STOCHASTIC PROCESSES IN HYDROLOGY
by V. Yevjevich
US $50, HC, 276 pp, Cat. No. SPH
This book offers methods for analysis of hydrologic stochastic processes, particularly of hydrologic time series, with the power and the limitations of these techniques, with concepts defined, mathematical expressions given in forms ready for use, and methods demonstrated in numerous examples. ISBN 0-918334-01-2. Reprinted 1982 WRP.

STREET HYDRAULICS AND INLET SIZING - Using the computer model UDINLET
by James Guo
US $95, SC, 108pp, Plus computer program, Cat. No. UDINLET
UDINLET is a menu driven, user interactive computer program package. Types of inlets considered in UDINLET include grate, curb-opening, combination of grate and curb opening, and slot drain. Inlets can be placed on a sump or on a grade. Inlet interception capacity and the amount of the carryover flow are determined with the consideration of the user-specified clogging factor. ISBN 1-887201-00-9. Publ. 1997 WRP.

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TEACHING HYDROLOGIC APPLICATIONS
Spreadsheets by J. K. Koelliker
US $42, SPB, 154 pp, plus Computer Program, Cat. No. THA
Lessons included in this set are as follows: Unit Conversion Table, and Unit Comparison Graph • Sources of Hydrologic Data and Displaying Data • Precipitation Intensity-Duration-Frequency Curve and Design Storm • Statistical Analysis Using Normal Distribution • Statistical Analysis Using Log Pearson Type III Distribution • Precipitation Excess for a Design Storm on a Small Watershed • Composite Hydrograph for a Small Watershed • Flood Routing Through a Small Reservoir. Reprinted 1996 WRP.

THEIS MADE EASY - New Methods and a Computer Program in Well Hydraulics
by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D.
US $85, 284 pp, SC, plus Computer Program, Cat. No. THEIS
This book provides theory and application for new and improved methods that can be used to solve for transmissivity and the storage coefficient using pump test data and the Theis equation - without the Theis curve! A computer program is also provided, along with numerous data sets that can be used to test these methods. A step-drawdown solution and the ability to model a pump test is provided as well as an extensive output. ISBN 0-918334-85-3. Publ. 1994 WRP.

TIME AND THE RIVER
edited by G.W. Kite
US $58, HC, 374 pp, Cat. No. TAR
This book is a set of essays by eminent hydrologists. The book discusses such subjects as hydrological data collection and advances in hydrological analyses in developing countries. ISBN 0-918334-97-7. Publ 1995 WRP.

TRANSIENT GROUND WATER HYDRAULICS
by E. Glover
US $68, SC, 424 pp, Cat. No. TGWH
Developments, formulas and methods useful to engineers for quantitative evaluations of groundwater transient flow, problems governed by partial differential equations nonlinear in form, with tables of their solutions. ISBN-13: 978-1-887201-56-8; ISBN-10: 1-887201-56-4. (Previously Published: ISBN-13: 978-0-918334-24-4; ISBN-10: 0-918334-24-1). Reprinted 1985 WRP.

TWELVE SELECTED COMPUTER STREAM SEDIMENTATION MODELS DEVELOPED IN THE UNITED STATES
US $85, SPB, 560 pp, Cat. No. TSCSSM
edited by Dr. Shou-shan Fan, Interagency Ad Hoc Sedimentation Work Group
In phase one, an inventory was made of those sediment transport model/methods which were in current use. In phase two, a representative sample of models was selected and presented. The results of these two phases are summarized in this publication.
From the Table of Contents: Part 1: SUMMARY REPORT • Part 2: SIX FEDERALLY OWNED MODELS • Part 3: SIX PRIVATELY OWNED MODELS.

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UDINLET Computer Program - See STREET HYDRAULICS AND INLET SIZING Cat. No. UDINLET

UNSTEADY FLOW IN OPEN CHANNELS MANUAL
US $45, SPB, Cat. No. UFOCNB
Notebook from the short course on the above subject.

URBAN FLOOD CHANNEL DESIGN
by J.C.Y. Guo
US $95, SPB, 166 pp, plus Computer Program, Cat. No. UFCD
With the computer software, it was developed by the author, in collaboration with the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District in Denver (City and County of Denver), Cities of Aurora and Littleton; Counties of Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas, with the support of the University of Colorado at Denver, to provide step by step design procedures for various types of channel. Emphasis is on designs of urban flood channels using the concept of multiple design events. ISBN 0-918334-00-9. Publ. 2005 WRP.

URBAN STORM WATER DESIGN
by J.C.Y. Guo
US $110, SPB, 196 pp, plus Computer Program, Cat. No. USWD
This book covering both storm water conveyance and storage designs, will be useful and resourceful because it provides theories, practices, and tools for storm water designs. ISBN 0-918334-37-8. Publ. 2005 WRP.

URBAN STORM DRAINAGE CRITERIA MANUAL, Volume 3, Best Management Practices
by Urban Drainage and Flood Control District
US $150.00, 3 Ring Binder, 584pp, Cat. No. USDCM
This manual is designed to provide guidance for engineers, planners, landscape architects, developers, and Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit holders in selecting designing, maintaining, and carrying out best management practices (BMPs) to minimize water quality and quantity impacts from stormwater runoff. It focuses on smaller, more frequently occurring events that have the greatest overall impact on the quality of receiving waters. ISBN -13: 978-1-887201-66-7. Publ. UDFCD.

URBAN STORM DRAINAGE
Proceedings, U.S. - Italy Bilateral Seminar, Cagliari, Italy
Edited by C. Cao, B. C. Yen, and M. Benedini
US $55, HC, 330pp, HC, Cat. No. USDI
This book contains primarily the contributions of the invited speakers in the Bilateral Seminar.
From the Table of Contents:
1 - Analysis of Rainfall Data for Urban Drainage -- 2 - Effects of Rainfall Characteristics on Urban Runoff -- 3 - Experimental Basins -- 4 - Modeling of Urban Stormwater Runoff -- 5 - Stormwater Quality Aspects -- 6 - Research Programs in Progress in U.S.A. and Italy and potentially in the future. ISBN 0-918334-75-6. Publ. 1993 WRP.

URBAN STORMWATER HYDRAULICS AND HYDROLOGY
Edited by B.C. Yen
US $75, HC, 600 pp, Cat. No. USHH
Proceedings of the 2nd Int. Conference on Urban Storm Drainage, June 1981, Urbana, Illinois. U.S.A. Contains 50 papers in eight sections: Precipitation for Urban Runoff; Overland Surface Runoff; Special Urban Hydraulic Components; Sewer Flow Routing; Design Models; Rainfall-Runoff Simulation Models and Methods and their Verifications; Application of Simulation Models; and Storm Runoff Collection. ISBN - 13: 978-1-887201-72-8; ISBN - 10: 1-887201-72-6. (Previously Published: ISBN-13: 978-0-918334-47-3; ISBN-10: 0-918334-47-0). Reprinted 2012 WRP.

URBAN STORMWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING
edited by B.C. Yen
US $55, HC, 600 pp, Cat. No. USQ
Proceedings of the 2nd Conference on Urban Storm Drainage, June 1981, Urbana, Illinois, U.S.A. Contains 51 papers on Stormwater Quality Loading; Pollutant Loading; Water Quality Data Collection and Analysis; Urban Sediment Problems; Receiving Water, Combined Sewer Overflow; Storm Water Runoff Detention; Storm Runoff Management and Planning; Socio-Political and Economical Consideration in Planning. ISBN 0918334-48-9. Publ. 1982 WRP.

USING SPECIFIC CAPACITY TO ESTIMATE TRANSMISSIVITY: Field and Computer Methods
by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D. and Paul Pare
US $55, SPB, 90 pp, plus Computer Program, Cat. No. USCET
This monograph provides methods, application and a user friendly computer program that solves for transmissivity using specific capacity data obtained from a production well. ISBN 0-918334-95-0. Publ. 1994 WRP.

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WATER MEASUREMENT WITH FLUMES AND WEIRS
by A.J. Clemmens, T.L. Wahl, M.G. Gos, and J.A. Replogle
US $68, HC, 382pp, Cat. No. WMFM
Successfully used as a textbook, this publication integrates material from the 1984 book Flow Measuring Flumes for Open-Channel Systems and the 1993 book FLUME: Design and Calibration of Long-Throated Measuring Flumes, which introduced the first interactive flume-design software. ISBN -13: 978-1-887201-54-4; ISBN - 10: 1-887201-54-8. Publ. 2011 WRP.

WATER RESOURCES PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT

edited by Vijay P. Singh, Il Won Seo, and Jung H. Sonu
US $62, HC, 286pp, Cat. No. WRPM
This book contains five sections encompassing major aspects of water resources planning and management. Beginning with a discussion of water resources planning in the first section, the papers go on to discuss water pricing in Section 2, water resources management in Section 3, operation of water resources systems in Section 4, and impact of climate change in Section 5. ISBN-13: 978-1-887201-24-7. Publ. 1999 WRP.

WATER MEASUREMENT MANUAL - 3rd Edition
US $75, SC, 416 pp, by U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Cat. No. WMM
Successfully used as a textbook, this manual was prepared by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation to make availale to designers, system operators, and water users the information needed for measuring irrigation, municipal, and industrial waters. It is useful to anyone engaged in designing or using water distribution facilities. Publ. 1993, 3nd edition, Bureau of Reclamation.

WATER RESOURCES YIELD

by T.A. McMahon and J. Adeloye
US $75, 234 pp, SC, No. WRY
This book will successfully serve the needs of practitioners working in the area of surface water resources yield planning and assessment. It has been written in a way that is very easy to understand, and the inclusion of well-presented worked examples will facilitate the understanding of some of the complex storage-yield-performance techniques. This book is one of the most complete reference textbooks on water resources yield assessment and is a must for all engaged in this area. ISBN-13: 978-1-887201-38-4. Publ 2005 WRP.

WATER WELL AND AQUIFER TEST ANALYSIS
by Phil Hall with programs by Joe Chen
US $96, 428 pp, HC, plus Computer Program, Cat. No. WWAT
Successfully used as a textbook, his book gives practical advise on how to design an aquifer test and which method to use for analysis. Many of the more common analysis methods are described and accompanying computer programs are used to analyze the data. In addition to the type curve solutions of Theis, Hantush and Neuman, type curves are generated using methods developed by Moench. ISBN-13: 978-0-918334-93-0. Publ 1996 WRP.

WATERCD - See Proc. of the 1999 ASCE International Water Resources Engineering Conference, Water Resources into the New Millenium: Past Accomplishments and New Challenges
US $98
, More than 400 papers on CD-ROM, Cat No. WATERCD

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