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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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It covers the statistical analysis of precipitation extremes, evapotranspiration and evaporative demand, infiltration and soil water, probability distributions in groundwater hydrology, modeling streamflow variability, flood frequency analysis in the US, low flows and droughts, probabilistic models for urban stormwater management, analysis of water quality random variables, multivariate frequency distributions in hydrology, and hydrologic record events.
Groundwater hydrology of the Punjab, West Pakistan with emphasis on problems caused by canal irrigation.
Mays, Groundwater Hydrology, John Wiley & Sons, New York, NY, USA, 5th edition, 2005.
A survey of low temperature water mineral relations in interpretation of environmental isotope and hydrogeochemical data in groundwater hydrology: Vienna, International Atomic Energy Agency, 22, 65-84.
Groundwater Hydrology (2nd ed) John Wiley, New York.
They cover hydroclimatic systems and processes; hydrologic cycle analysis; watersheds; surface water hydrology; groundwater hydrology; time series analysis; climate change impacts and models; probability, risk, and uncertainty in hydrologic analysis; hydrologic simulation; drought analysis and management; and flood.
in groundwater hydrology from the University of Arizona and is editor of the Nuclear Energy Encyclopedia and the six-volume Water Encyclopedia.
(2004): Groundwater Hydrology. John Walley and Sons Fourth Edition Pp.
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. It offers guidelines for the geostatistical interpolation and block-averaging of saturated hydraulic conductivity in statistically homogeneous and isotropic aquifers.

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