Handbook of hydrology

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Content: HANDBOOK OF HYDROLOGY David R. Maidment Editor in Chief Professor of civil engineering University of Texas at Austin
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CONTENTS
Contributors xi International Advisory Board xiv Practitioner Advisory Board xvi About the Editor in Chief xviii Preface xix
Part 1 Hydrologic Cycle
Chapter 1 . Hydrology, D. R. Maidment
1.3
Chapter 2. Climatology, E. M. Rassmusson, R. E. Dickinson.
J. E. Kutzbach, andM. K. Cleave/and
2.1
Chapter 3. Precipitation, J. A. Smith
3.-1
Chapter 4. Evaporation, W. J. Shuttleworth
4.1
Chapter 5. Infiltration and Soil Water Movement, W. J. Rawls,
L. R. Ahuja. D. L. Brakensiek and A. Shirmohammadi
5.1
Chapter 6. Groundwater Flow, L. Smith andS. J. Wheatcraft
6.1
Chapter 7. Snow and Floating Ice, D. M. Gray and T. D. Prowse
7.1
Chapter 8. Streamflow, M. P. Mosley and A. I. McKerchar
8.1
Chapter 9. Flood Runoff, D. H. Pilgrim and I. Cordery
9.1
Chapter 10. Flow Routing, D. L Fread
10.1
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CONTENTS
Part 2 Hydrologic Transport
Chapter 1 1 . water quality, 5. C. McCutcheon, J. L. Martin and
T. O. Barnwell, Jr.
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11.3
Chapter 12. Erosion and sediment transport, H. W. Shen and P.Julien
12.1
Chapter 13. Hydrologic Effects of Land Use Change, /. R. Calder 13.1
Chapter 14. Contaminant Transport in Surface Water,
W.C.Huber
14.1
Chapter 15. Contaminant Transport in Unsaturated Flow, R. J. Charbeneau and D. E. Daniel
15.1
Chapter 16. Contaminant Transport in Groundwater, J. W. Mercer
and R. K. Waddell
16.1
Part 3 Hydrologic Statistics
Chapter 17. Statistical Treatment of Hydrologic Data,
R. M. Hirsch. D. R. Helsel, T. A. Cohn, andE. J. Gilroy
17.
Chapter 18. Frequency Analysis of Extreme Events,
J. R. Stedinger. R. M. Vogel, and E. Foufoula-Georgiou
18.
Chapter 19. Analysis and Modelling of Hydrologic time series, J.D.Salas
19.1
Chapter 2 0 . Geostatistics, P. K. Khanidis
20.1
CONTENTS Part 4 Hydrologic Technology Chapter 2 1 . Computer Models for Surface Water, J. J. DeVries and T. V. Hromadka II
ix 21.3
Chapter 2 2 . Computer Models for Subsurface Water,
M. P. Anderson. D. S. Ward. E. G. Lappaia. and T. A. Prickett
2
Chapter 2 3 . Advances in Hydrologic Computation, R. D. Dodson 23.1
Chapter 2 4 . Remote Sensing, E.T.Engman
24.1
Chapter 25. Automated data acquisition and Transmission, V. J. Latkovich and G. H. Leavesley
25.1
Chapter 2 6 . Hydrologic Forecasting, D. L. Lettenmaier and E. F. Wood
26.1
Chapter 2 7 . HydroLogic Design for Water Use, T.A.McMahon
21A
Chapter 2 8 . Hydrologic Design for Urban Drainage and Flood
Control, B. R. Urbonas and L. A. Roesner
28.1
Chapter 2 9 . Hydrologic Design for Groundwater Pollution Control,
P. B. Bedient. F. W. Schwartz, and H. S. Rifai
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