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The book presents a comprehensive overview of groundwater hydrology. It is replete with an extraordinary list of references which are appropriately cited in the text. The book is subdivided into fourteen chapters. The subjects considered are: groundwater occurrence and movement, well construction and hydraulics, water table fluctuations, groundwater investigations and management, groundwater quality, and artificial recharge. The material is presented primarily from a qualitative perspective but the author does consider some fundamental theory when it is necessary such as in his discussion of well hydraulics.
Because of the scope of the monograph the treatment of each subject is necessarily somewhat limited.
Thus, this book would be useful to anyone interested in an overview of the subject but of lesser utility to the specialist. This work compliments more theoretical texts and could be used as supplementary reading in a course in groundwater hydrology.
Georqe F. The stated objective is to describe the ecology of estuaries and their surrounding wetlands with particular emphasis given to the numerical modelling of the fundamental hydrodynamics, mixing processes, sediment transport and biological and chemical processes. Although the 25 separate contributions include several stateof-the-art reviews, the majority of the contributions deal with specific case-histories.
The orientation of the latter is directed towards their original presentation and, in consequence, the applications deal almost exclusively with locations along the south-east coast of the USA.
Interest in these case-histories will generally be limited to fellow-practitioners and, even then, the narrow geographic confines considered limit the usefulness of these contributions. The review articles are to be recommended, particularly as they start from a most basic level before proceeding to the finer points of current research. The subjects of these review papers include: i turbulent processes in estuaries, ii hydrodynamic modelling of estuaries, and iii the ecology of salt marshes.
The book is notably well-bound and the presentations, in a uniform type, are sensibly free from minor errors. In summary, this is not a volume to be read from cover to cover but a reference manual for anyone engaged in, or contemplating, studies of this nature.
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