groundwater hydrology

groundwater hydrology

[‚grau̇nd‚wȯd·ər hī′dräl·ə·jē]
(hydrology)
The study of the occurrence, circulation, distribution, and properties of any liquid water residing beneath the surface of the earth.
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Groundwater hydrology of the Punjab, West Pakistan with emphasis on problems caused by canal irrigation.
They cover precipitation and hydrological losses, runoff, probability and statistics in hydrology, groundwater hydrology, hydrological design, urban hydrology and stormwater management, and sediment transport and erosion.
water resource general civil: - airport pavements; survey; paving & drainage; traffic engineering; transportation engineering; transportation planning; groundwater hydrology.
Mays, Groundwater Hydrology, John Wiley & Sons, New York, NY, USA, 5th edition, 2005.
Groundwater Hydrology (2nd ed) John Wiley, New York.
in groundwater hydrology from the University of Arizona and is editor of the Nuclear Energy Encyclopedia and the six-volume Water Encyclopedia.
Covering a wide range of scientific disciplines from fish, surface and groundwater hydrology and water quality, to seismic activity and wildlife, the EBD documents the physiology, biology and socio-economic conditions in a study area encompassing several hundred square miles.
This standard guideline is the third in a set of guidelines useful to environmental engineers, water resources engineers, and anyone else who uses geostatistical methods in groundwater hydrology.
2001, Effects of groundwater exchange on the hydrology and ecology of surface waters: Journal of Groundwater Hydrology, v.
From a groundwater hydrology standpoint, the more separation between the wells, the more independent the sources of water are from each other.
We monitored groundwater hydrology and N and P concentrations during more than two years on a heavily ditch-drained, poultry-grain farm on Maryland's Lower Eastern Shore.

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