Best Reference Books – Hydrogeological Management

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Hydrogeological Management subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Hydrogeological Management along with reviews.

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1. “Hydrogeological and Environmental Investigations in Karst Systems (Environmental Earth Sciences)” by Bartolomé Andreo and Francisco Carrasco

“Hydrogeological and Environmental Investigations in Karst Systems (Environmental Earth Sciences)” Book Review: This book covers the techniques and advances of water resources and aquifers. It mentions the management of water with environmental preservation in a sustainable way. Various figures are illustrated in this text. Examples are present based on real life. The book contains case studies, solved exercises and practical activities.

2. “Integrated Assessment of Scale Impacts of Watershed Intervention: Assessing Hydrogeological and Bio-physical Influences on Livelihoods” by V Ratna Reddy and Geoffrey J Syme

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“Integrated Assessment of Scale Impacts of Watershed Intervention: Assessing Hydrogeological and Bio-physical Influences on Livelihoods” Book Review: This book introduces biophysical, economic and social impacts of watersheds. The book mentions upstream and downstream locations of hydrological units. It covers hydrogeology, bio physical attributes and socio ecological systems. It highlights the watershed implementation and several models. The book explains the role of watershed in household. Different methodologies are present in the book for the designs of watershed.

3. “Groundwater as a Key for Adaptation to Changing Climate and Society (Global Environmental Studies)” by Makoto Taniguchi and Tetsuya Hiyama

“Groundwater as a Key for Adaptation to Changing Climate and Society (Global Environmental Studies)” Book Review: This book introduces groundwater resources with the management. Topics like climate change, variability, and other strategies for groundwater management are covered in this book. The book discussed hydrological study and the global water cycle. The text explains how groundwater with water circulation can be an alternative water resource. The book also includes legal context of groundwater, characteristics, social and economic considerations. It acts as a reference for policy makers and planners to understand schemes and strategies for groundwater.

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4. “Floods in a Changing Climate: Inundation Modelling (International Hydrology Series)” by Giuliano Di Baldassarre

“Floods in a Changing Climate: Inundation Modelling (International Hydrology Series)” Book Review: This book highlights hydraulic modelling and floodplain dynamics. It explains about the remote sensing data and other methods of uncertainty. This book contains flood disaster management theory and anthropogenic climate change. This book mentions some modelling tools to predict floodplains and other hazards. This book will be useful to academic researchers and professionals.

5. “Hydrogeophysics (Water Science and Technology Library)” by Yorum Rubin and Susan S Hubbard

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“Hydrogeophysics (Water Science and Technology Library)” Book Review: This book introduces the fundamentals of hydrogeophysics. The book discussed hydrological characterization and data acquisition. It focuses on geostatistical approaches and measurement analysis. Some techniques of geophysical are present in the text. The book contains the assumptions, theories and other interpretations of geophysical methods. Some hydrogeophysical case studies are included in the book. The hydrophysical frontiers are also mentioned in the book like stochastic and inversion approaches.

6. “Water Resources Allocation: Policy and Socioeconomic Issues in Cyprus (Global Issues in Water Policy)” by Phoebe Koundouri

“Water Resources Allocation: Policy and Socioeconomic Issues in Cyprus (Global Issues in Water Policy)” Book Review: This book mentions Cyprus and water supplies. It highlights the quantity and quality of water also. The book explains the demand of watersheds with fragmentation. It describes the arid and semi arid water sectors with administrative boundaries. Other political problems are present in the book.

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7. “Hydrogeological Mapping Needs for Groundwater Protection and Management Workshop Report May 10-12, 1988” by U S Environmental Protection Agency

“Hydrogeological Mapping Needs for Groundwater Protection and Management Workshop Report May 10-12, 1988” Book Review: This book discusses human health and environment. It also contains the regulations in written form. The book highlights policies, problems of enforcing laws and necessary documents for new legislation. The book focuses on other tactics to solve the issues. Topics like health effects of sulphur oxide emissions and bicycle health are covered in this book. Lastly, the book includes health of women and environmental conditions.

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