Vadose Zone Hydrology
By Daniel B. Stephens
CRC Press

This popular text describes the elements of the physical processes most often encountered by hydrogeologists and groundwater engineers in their vadose zone projects.
It illustrates the application of soil physics to practical problems relevant to the characterization and monitoring of the vadose zone. It also includes an introduction to physical processes, including basic flow theory and provides examples of important field-scale processes that must be recognizable by hydrogeologists.
The book is ideal for environmental or geotechnical consultants, regulators, and students. Because the text contains some of the latest advances in this field, it is also an excellent reference for geologists and engineers currently working on problems of vadose zone hydrology.

1996/347 pages
Catalog #T1078
    Member price $114.00
    Nonmember price $142.00

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