Title:Hydrologic Modeling Editors:Vijay
P. Singh, Il Won Seo, and Jung H. Sonu Specifications: Hard Cover, 454 pp,
ISBN 1-887201-21-1 Price: US $62 Cat No: HLMSINGH
One of 4 volumes from the Proceedings of the International Conference
on Water, Environment, Ecology, Socio-economics and Health EngineeringWEESHE
DESCRIPTIONThe papers contained in this book represent one part of the conference
contributions. The other parts are embodied in three separate companion books
entitled, Hydraulic Modeling, Environmental Modeling, and Water Resources Planning
and Management, which are being published simultaneously. Arrangement of the contributions
in these books under four different titles was a natural consequence of the diversity
of topics presented in the papers. These books can be treated almost independently,
although considerable interconnectedness exists amongst them.
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.
The book will be of interest to researchers as well as to those
engaged in practice of agricultural engineering, civil engineering,
environmental engineering, ecological engineering, earth sciences,
forest resources, hydrology, and water resources. Graduate students
as well as those wishing to conduct research in environment, hydrology
and water resources will find this book to be of value. ISBN 1-887201-21-1.
Publ. 1999 WRP.