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Main Title Estimating groundwater recharge /
Author Healy, R. W.
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Scanlon, Bridget R.
Publisher Cambridge University Press,
Year Published 2010
OCLC Number 632082745
ISBN 9780521863964 (hardback); 0521863961 (hardback)
Subjects Groundwater recharge--Mathematical models.
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ELBM  GB1197.77.H43 2010 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 12/05/2011
Collation viii, 245 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
"Understanding groundwater recharge is essential for successful management of water resources and modeling fluid and contaminant transport within the subsurface. This book provides a critical evaluation of the theory and assumptions that underlie methods for estimating rates of groundwater recharge. Detailed explanations of the methods are provided - allowing readers to apply many of the techniques themselves without needing to consult additional references. Numerous practical examples highlight benefits and limitations of each method. Approximately 900 references allow advanced practitioners to pursue additional information on any method. For the first time, theoretical and practical considerations for selecting and applying methods for estimating groundwater recharge are covered in a single volume with uniform presentation. Hydrogeologists, water-resource specialists, civil and agricultural engineers, earth and environmental scientists and agronomists will benefit from this informative and practical book, which is also a useful adjunct text for advanced courses in groundwater or hydrogeology"--Provided by publisher. Machine generated contents note: Preface; 1. Groundwater recharge; 2. Water-budget methods; 3. Modeling methods; 4. Methods based on surface-water data; 5. Physical methods - unsaturated zone; 6. Physical methods - saturated zone; 7. Chemical tracer methods; 8. Heat tracer methods; 9. Linking estimation methods to conceptual models of groundwater recharge; References; Index.