- Engineering Hydrology
- Vadose Zone Hydrology
- Applied Hydrology
- Physical and Stochastic Hydrology
- Groundwater Hydrology
- Advance Groundwater Hydrology
|1."Hydrology and Soil Conservation Engineering" by Gunshyam das|
“Hydrology and Soil Conservation Engineering” Book Review: This book is the second edition and it explains topics related to hydrology, soil erosion problems, and water management. It covers topics like precipitation, stream flow, and hydrographs. This book is for undergraduate students studying agricultural engineering, and it includes practice questions at the end of each chapter. It also covers soil erosion, water harvesting, and field measurements. The book has objective type questions and covers topics like hydraulic structures and watershed management.
|2."Engineering Hydrology" by Subramanya K|
“Engineering Hydrology” Book Review: This book is for undergraduate students studying civil engineering, and it explains hydrology concepts in a simple manner. It covers topics like precipitation, streamflow, runoff, hydrographs, floods, flood routing, and groundwater. There are solved examples given in the book, and it focuses on applied problems. The book also covers GPS, GIS, and remote sensing and their applications in hydrology. There are over 300 solved problems presented in the book, and it covers Indian scenarios of water resources. The book is mainly for civil engineering students.
|3."Groundwater" by Raghunath H M|
“Groundwater” Book Review: This book is a guideline for hydro-geology courses offered in colleges across the country. It covers groundwater and is usually offered to first to third-year graduate college students after elementary courses. The book has been revised over time to include relevant changes happening each year. It contains chapters on all aspects of groundwater, including investigation, development, and utilization. The subsequent chapters of the book also cover topics like groundwater exploration and utilization. This book is mainly for students studying hydro-geology in college.
|4."Manual of Soil and Water Conservation Practices" by Gurmel Singh|
“Manual of Soil and Water Conservation Practices” Book Review: This book provides technical details on various techniques related to soil and water conservation structures, and it is mainly for agricultural engineering students. It also serves as a valuable reference for professional and agricultural scientists working in the field of micro irrigation. The book covers all aspects of soil and water conservation, including conservation structures. It is applicable to undergraduate, postgraduate, and PhD level engineering students. The book contains chapters on different topics related to conservation such as soil and water conservation structures.
|5."Principles of Agricultural Engineering Vol. II" by Michael A M and Ojha T P|
|6."Soil and Water Conservation Engineering" by Suresh R|
|7."A Textbook of Hydrology" by P Jaya Rami Reddy|
“A Textbook of Hydrology” Book Review: This book is a helpful resource for undergraduate students studying hydro-logical design. It covers the syllabus prescribed for the subject of hydrology that is taught in almost all universities. The book extensively covers important concepts such as the hydrological cycle, which includes precipitation, evaporation, transpiration, infiltration, run-off, storage, and ground water. The author has designed the book to be useful for both undergraduate and graduate students. It serves as both a teaching aid and a practical guide for hydrology students.
|8."Introduction to Physical Hydrology" by Martin Hendriks|
“Introduction to Physical Hydrology” Book Review: This fourth edition of the book has been made easier for students to understand. It includes the most up-to-date techniques, methods, and new problems. The book covers a wide range of topics related to the movement of water on land, including four major types of water: atmospheric, ground, soil, and surface water. It also addresses the specific needs of studying climate and global hydrology, which involves examining how the climate affects the availability of water resources on a large scale. This book is primarily designed for undergraduate students taking Physical Hydrology courses, but it can also be valuable for engineering students.
|9."Hydrology in Practice " by Elizabeth M Shaw and Keith J Beven|
“Hydrology in Practice” Book Review: This book on hydrology has been updated with the latest developments in the field, including new approaches and content. It contains updated Flood Studies Reports and Flood Estimation methods illustrated with diagrams for better understanding. The author has also included topical case studies and solved numerical examples from various university examinations. The book is mainly for second- and final-year undergraduate and MS students of hydrology in engineering, environmental science, and geography departments worldwide. It can also be handy for professionals in environmental protection agencies and consultancies.
2. Engineering Hydrology
|1."Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering" by S K Garg|
“Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering” Book Review: This book is a valuable resource for students studying hydrology and water resources engineering. The book covers a wide range of topics in 85 words, including chapters on the flow of water on land, the four major types of water (atmospheric, ground, soil, and surface), climate and global hydrology, and the impact of climate on water supply. The author provides the latest techniques and methodologies, along with new problems for students to practice. This book is well-organized and written in a manner that is easy for undergraduate students and engineering students to comprehend.
|2."Engineering Hydrology (Oxford Higher Education)" by R Berndtsson and P Bhunya|
“Engineering Hydrology (Oxford Higher Education)” Book Review:
This book is created for undergraduate students who are studying civil engineering. It provides a simple understanding of water and its different forms and where it can be found. The book also covers the hydrologic cycle and teaches methods to analyze hydrograph applications, which are graphs that show how water flows over time. Additionally, it explains simulation and synthetic methods used in hydrology, how rainfall relates to runoff, and statistical methods commonly used in hydrology.
|3."Engineering Hydrology" by Rajesh Srivastava and Ashu Jain|
“Engineering Hydrology” Book Review: This book begins by introducing the field of engineering hydrology. It covers various topics such as precipitation, how water is taken from rainfall, runoff, analyzing hydrographs (which show how water flows over time), routing hydrographs, groundwater, irrigation, water resource management, statistical methods used in hydrology, and measuring hydrologic variables. The book includes both objective and descriptive questions to test understanding, as well as numerical questions to practice solving problems related to hydrology. It offers a comprehensive range of questions to assess knowledge and skills in the subject.
|4."Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering" by K C Patra|
“Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering” Book Review: This book focuses on surface water hydrology and covers topics such as precipitation, infiltration, evaporation, and streamflow-runoff estimation. It also explains evapo-transpiration, hydrograph, flood estimation and routing, reservoir, and sedimentation. The book provides guidance on hydrologic analysis and design. Students studying hydrology or related fields will find this book helpful.
|5."Elementary Engineering Hydrology" by Deodhar|
“Elementary Engineering Hydrology” Book Review: This book is written for undergraduate and diploma students of civil engineering. It covers hydrology, starting with an introduction to basic concepts. The book explains topics such as hydrometeorology, evaporation, precipitation, infiltration, runoffs, flood prevention, measuring water discharge, flood routing, and groundwater. The book also provides numerical examples to help students practice what they’ve learned. It is a useful resource for anyone studying engineering or related fields.
|6."Engineering Technology" by Manish Kumar Goyal|
3. Vadose Zone Hydrology
|1."Vadose Zone Hydrology" by Daniel B Stephens|
“Vadose Zone Hydrology” Book Review: This book is intended for hydrogeologists, geotechnical consultants, and groundwater engineers. It is particularly valuable for engineers working in the vadose zone, which is the area between the ground surface and the water table. The book explains how to characterize and monitor the vadose zone. It provides an introduction to important physical processes like basic flow theory, and discusses how recharge is evaluated in this zone. The book also covers the hydraulic properties of the vadose zone and addresses the detection of contaminants in this area. It includes practical applications such as seepage detection, landfill monitoring, and investigating soil gas.
|2."Conceptual Models of Flow and Transport in the Fractured Vadose Zone" by Panel on Conceptual Models|
“Conceptual Models of Flow and Transport in the Fractured Vadose Zone” Book Review: This book emphasizes the significance of conceptual models and how they are created. It covers the processes of testing and improving these models. It explains how fluids flow and substances are transported. It explores affordable solutions for addressing contamination issues. The book also focuses on identifying data related to geochemistry and environmental tracers. Additionally, it provides real-life examples in the form of case studies that showcase the practical application of conceptual models.
|3."Unsaturated Flow in Hydrologic Modeling: Theory and Practice (Nato Science Series C:)" by H J Morel-Seytoux|
“Unsaturated Flow in Hydrologic Modeling: Theory and Practice (Nato Science Series C:)” Book Review: This book contains conference papers on unsaturated flow and its use in hydrologic modeling. It discusses topics such as fluid flow and transport mechanisms, and the use of conceptual models to refine understanding of these systems. The book also presents practical strategies for identifying and treating contaminants in cost-effective ways. It includes case studies to help illustrate the concepts presented.
|4."Vadose Zone Hydrology: Cutting Across Disciplines" by Marc B Parlange and Jan W Hopmans|
“Vadose Zone Hydrology: Cutting Across Disciplines” Book Review: This book discusses vadose zone hydrology, starting with the basics of transport equations. It explains the properties of soil and how water moves through the vadose zone. The book also covers advancements in modeling vadose zone flow and transport, as well as diffusion-linked microbial metabolism and measurement techniques. It focuses on the experimentation and management of soils. The book concludes with a discussion of future research in vadose zone hydrology.
|5."Soil Physics: An Introduction" by Manoj K Shukla|
“Soil Physics: An Introduction” Book Review: This book is helpful for both graduate and undergraduate students. It focuses on explaining the essential characteristics of soil. Readers will learn about the key processes that involve the movement and storage of water in soil. The book provides new concepts and numerical examples to help deepen understanding of these principles. It clearly explains how water and substances dissolve in it flow through the soil. Additionally, the book covers various factors that affect the flow of water through soil.
|6."Vadose Zone Processes" by John S Selker and James T McCord|
“Vadose Zone Processes” Book Review: This is a book that explores how water moves through materials that are not completely saturated. It explains the fundamental equations that control water flow and the biogeochemical aspects of the vadose environment. Readers will also discover statistical methods used to describe vadose processes and how researchers obtain results. This book is beneficial for civil engineering and chemical engineering students. It provides valuable insights into pollution remediation and waste disposal, making it a helpful resource for understanding these important topics.
|7."Practical Handbook of Soil, Vadose Zone, and Ground-Water Contamination: Assessment, Prevention, and Remediation" by J Russell Boulding|
“Practical Handbook of Soil, Vadose Zone, and Ground-Water Contamination: Assessment, Prevention, and Remediation” Book Review: This book provides information about the basics of contamination and how to clean it up. It teaches readers how to prevent contamination by explaining scientific concepts clearly. The book also defines important technical terms in an easy-to-understand manner. It uses figures and summary tables to illustrate key concepts effectively. Additionally, the book offers concise information about different methods, allowing readers to understand the advantages and disadvantages of each approach. This is a valuable resource for learning about contamination and its remediation.
|8."Handbook of Vadose Zone Characterization & Monitoring (Geraghty & Miller Environmental Science and Engineering)" by Stephen J Cullen and L Gray Wilson|
“Handbook of Vadose Zone Characterization & Monitoring (Geraghty & Miller Environmental Science and Engineering)” Book Review: This book presents information in an easy-to-understand way, without complex math equations. It is written by experienced practitioners who have practical knowledge. The topics covered in this guide include the fundamental principles of vadose zone hydrology and different monitoring techniques. Readers can explore case studies that provide real-world field experiences. The book also discusses the benefits and limitations of monitoring techniques. It is a valuable resource for newcomers in the field, providing useful insights and practical knowledge.
4. Applied Hydrology
|1."Applied Hydrology" by CHOW|
“Applied Hydrology” Book Review: This book is designed as a textbook for hydrology, civil, or agricultural engineering students. It primarily focuses on surface water hydrology, which is divided into three sections: hydrologic processes, hydrologic analysis, and hydrologic design. Each chapter ends with a set of problems for self-assessment. The book is organized around the concept of using the hydrologic system or control volume as a framework. Some theoretical advancements that are relevant to the subject are presented as problems within the chapters. By solving these problems, students can contribute to the advancement of the field. Additionally, the book includes the latest advancements and techniques in hydrology.
|2."Handbook of Applied Hydrology" by Vijay P Singh|
“Handbook of Applied Hydrology” Book Review: This book covers the fundamental scientific and engineering principles and includes the most recent methods, processes, and technologies in hydrology. It offers comprehensive information about various ecosystems and models. The book also delves into advanced topics that explore the future of hydrology, such as the impacts of climate change, extraterrestrial water, social hydrology, and water security. It provides updated principles, methods, and applications in hydrology. Topics covered include data collection and processing, sediment and pollutant transport, as well as systems hydrology, hydrology of large rivers and lakes, applications, and design.
|3."Handbook of Applied Hydrology: A Compendium of Water-resources Technology" by Ven Te Chow|
|4."Applied hydrology (Civil engineering series)" by Ray K Linsley|
|5."Applied Principles of Hydrology" by John C Manning|
“Applied Principles of Hydrology” Book Review: This book is helpful not only for hydrology students but also for students studying ecology, geography, and urban planning. It aims to enhance understanding of hydrological principles. The book starts by explaining the unique physical and chemical properties of water. It then takes readers through a step-by-step exploration of the water cycle. Real-life examples are used to demonstrate scientific principles throughout the book. The “investigations” sections offer practical applications for measuring and interpreting hydrological variables, providing valuable insights for readers.
|6."Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering" by S K Garg|
“Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering” Book Review: This book is designed as a textbook for hydrology, civil, and agricultural engineering students. It explains the analysis of important hydrological topics such as rainfall, infiltration, evaporation, and runoff. It provides detailed information on flood control methods, flood forecasting, and emergency evacuation. The book explains the techniques of storing floodwater in dam reservoirs. It also discusses underground water storage for meeting water requirements during non-monsoon seasons. Other topics covered include computer applications in water resources systems and the economic aspects of water resources planning. The book includes objective questions, including those found in competitive exams.
|7."Hydrology: Principles, Analysis, Design" by H M Raghunath|
“Hydrology: Principles, Analysis and Design” Book Review: This book is created specifically for students studying civil and agricultural engineering, geology, earth sciences, and hydrology. It covers the basics of hydrology, exploring all the stages of the hydrologic cycle and related topics. The book takes a unique approach, focusing on hydrological data and design rather than relying solely on empirical methods. At the end of each chapter, you will find worked-out hydrological design problems that illustrate the underlying principles. Additionally, self-assessment problems are included to help you gauge your understanding, and objective and intelligence questions are provided at the end of each topic.
|8."Groundwater Hydrology" by David K Todd and Larry W Mays|
“Groundwater Hydrology” Book Review: This book is designed for students studying civil and environmental engineering, geology, hydrogeology, and groundwater hydrology. It covers various aspects of groundwater hydrology, including fundamental principles, methods, and common challenges in the field. The book incorporates recent advancements in the groundwater field and discusses the use of computer applications for organizing data and solving problems. It also explores the management of groundwater resources using computer tools. The book emphasizes groundwater modeling methods, with a detailed explanation of the MODFLOW software. Additionally, it covers surface investigations of groundwater and artificial methods of replenishing groundwater.
|9."Introduction to Hydrology" by Viessman/Lewis|
“Introduction to Hydrology” Book Review: This book is written for students studying hydrologic science, civil engineering, and agricultural engineering. It focuses on the fundamental principles of hydrology and their practical applications. The book covers all aspects of the hydrological cycle, including topics such as floods, droughts, potable water supply, and urban drainage. It also introduces statistical analysis in the context of solving hydrologic problems. The book includes several solved problems to further illustrate the concepts discussed in the text.
5. Physical and Stochastic Hydrology
|1."Handbook of Applied Hydrology" by Ven Te Chow|
Book Review: This book is a great resource for civil engineers, agricultural engineers, and hydrologists. It presents a unified approach to hydrology, using hydraulic systems and control volumes as tools for analyzing hydrologic problems. The book covers various technologies, including unit hydrographs, lumped flow routing, linear moment’s theory, statistical concepts, and hydrologic dataset statistics. The explanations of the core concepts and their applications are clear and helpful. It is a valuable book for gaining a solid understanding of hydrology and its practical applications.
|2."Probability and Statistics in Hydrology" by V Yevjevich|
Book Review: This book is a valuable resource for readers interested in applying inferential statistics to hydrology and water resources. It explains the mathematical properties of random variables in relation to hydrology and demonstrates how probability theory and mathematical statistics can be used to solve hydrology-related problems. The book also focuses on implementing inferential statistics to analyze hydrologic data effectively. It is a helpful guide for understanding and applying statistical techniques in the field of hydrology.
|3."Stochastic Process in Hydrology" by V Yevjevich|
Book Review: This book explores the reasons behind patterns, randomness, and cycles in hydrologic data. It analyzes hydrologic processes and explains the factors that contribute to changes over time. The book discusses various methods and techniques for understanding and extracting information from hydrologic data. It also covers techniques for modeling stochastic processes, considering the complexities of spatial and temporal variations in hydrology. Additionally, the book addresses the modeling of spatial properties and simulating spatial and temporal processes. It is a comprehensive guide for studying and analyzing hydrologic phenomena.
|4."Stochastic and Statistical Methods in Hydrology and Environmental Engineering" by Keith W Hipel|
“Stochastic and Statistical Methods in Hydrology and Environmental Engineering” Book Review: This book is an updated and revised edition that covers various aspects of environmental engineering. Each chapter focuses on important topics such as annual series, droughts, storms, and frequency analysis. The book also discusses regionalization techniques and distribution models, along with their practical applications. It is a valuable resource for practicing engineers, researchers, teachers, and scientists in civil, water resource, environmental, management, and systems engineering. Additionally, it is relevant for hydrologists, geographers, planners, statisticians, and meteorologists.
|5."Introduction Physical Hydrology" by Hendriks|
“Introduction Physical Hydrology” Book Review: This book aims to explain the basic principles and ideas of hydrology. It starts by introducing different types of water and the water cycle. The chapters then delve into atmospheric water, groundwater, soil water, and surface water, providing detailed explanations. Various hydrological processes are also covered to help understand how water moves on land. The book discusses physical hydrology, climate hydrology, and global hydrology, emphasizing how climate affects water supply. It includes practice exercises for readers to test their understanding and assess their progress.
|6."Elements of Physical Hydrology" by Dr George M Hornberger|
“Elements of Physical Hydrology” Book Review: This book provides a well-organized and comprehensive explanation of the basic principles and concepts of physical hydrology. It covers a range of topics, starting with the hydrological cycle, water budgets, and different aspects of water movement such as precipitation, evapotranspiration, and flow dynamics. The book also discusses important subjects like flood analysis, groundwater flow, aquifer characterization, soil moisture dynamics, and the impact of climate change on water resources. The content is easy to understand, with clear illustrations, examples, and problem-solving exercises to aid learning.
|7."Water and Sustainability in Arid Regions: Bridging the Gap Between Physical and Social Sciences" by Marie-Francoise Courel and Graciela Schneier-Madanes|
“Water and Sustainability in Arid Regions: Bridging the Gap Between Physical and Social Sciences” Book Review: This book has been recently updated and revised to include the latest research and management practices in the field of water resources. It covers various important topics such as desertification, remote sensing, traditional water systems like qanats, architecture, and the issue of arsenic contamination. The chapters provide a comprehensive view of global, historical, and current perspectives on water scarcity. The book also explores different approaches to addressing water scarcity, presenting new research findings and areas for further study. To enhance practical understanding, the book includes several case studies that are relevant and relatable. It is a valuable resource for students and professionals interested in environmental and sustainability issues.
|8."Fundamentals of Hydrology" by Tim Davie|
“Fundamentals of Hydrology” Book Review: This book primarily focuses on freshwater resources, how they are managed, and their impact on human activities. It covers various topics such as hydrology (the study of water in the environment), precipitation (rainfall and snowfall), evaporation, storage of water, runoff (water flowing over the land surface), analysis and modeling of stream flow, and water quality. The book provides a clear explanation of hydrological processes, techniques, ideas, and concepts, using examples and case studies. It also includes questions and exercises for self-study. The book is suitable for undergraduate students, hydrologists, and engineers involved in water resources management.
|9."Advances in the Statistical Sciences: Stochastic Hydrology" by MacNeill Umphrey|
“Advances in Statistical Sciences: Stochastic Hydrology” Book Review: This book is based on workshops conducted at the University of Western Ontario. It provides a clear introduction to the fundamental principles and important concepts of statistical sciences and hydrology. The chapters of the book explain topics such as Markov models, multivariate time series models, empirical modeling, and using statistics to study floods in detail. It also includes solutions for nonlinear stochastic differential equations and stochastic partial differential equations. The book emphasizes the practical applications of hydrology in studying rainfall patterns and flood magnitudes.
6. Groundwater Hydrology
|1."Groundwater" by Raghunath H M|
Book Review: This book is a beginner’s guide to managing groundwater. It covers everything from evaluating and using groundwater to managing it effectively. The book explains how to apply various formulas for different situations and provides guidance on data collection, design principles, and testing procedures. It includes real-life examples and case studies that focus on pump tests. Additionally, the book explores irrigation methods like sprinkler and drip irrigation, with project descriptions included. It is a valuable resource for students, researchers, and professionals working in groundwater development and management.
|2."Groundwater hydrology" by Todd D K|
Book Review: This book has been recently updated to include the latest developments in groundwater hydrology. It provides a thorough introduction to the subject, covering important principles, methods, and challenges. The book also discusses the use of computers in organizing data, solving problems, and managing groundwater resources. It gives special emphasis to modern modeling techniques for groundwater and includes a detailed explanation of MODFLOW, a commonly used software. This book is recommended for students and professionals in geology, civil engineering, and environmental engineering who are interested in groundwater studies.
|3."Groundwater Hydrology" by M Karamouz|
Book Review: This book offers a comprehensive overview of different topics and methods used in groundwater studies. It is designed to be beneficial for both undergraduate and graduate students, as well as researchers. The book covers the fundamental principles of groundwater technology in a systematic manner. It also explains how to create models using scientific, engineering, planning, and management approaches. Various issues related to groundwater hydrology and water quality are discussed in the book. Additionally, the book shows how system analysis techniques can be applied to groundwater engineering, planning, and management.
|4."Groundwater Hydrology of Springs" by Kresic Stevanovic|
“Groundwater Hydrology of Springs” Book Review: This book has been recently updated and revised to include the latest theories and advancements in the field of managing and preserving the water quality of springs. It discusses various large springs around the world, offering a global perspective on engineering principles. The book explores concepts, principles, and techniques used to address issues such as mismanagement and overexploitation. It includes chapters on springs and aquifers, groundwater and contaminant transport models, as well as management and sustainability. This book is particularly useful for students, researchers, professionals, and engineers involved in the study of groundwater hydrology and springs.
|5."Modeling Groundwater Flow and Pollution Softcover reprint of the original" by A Verruijt|
“Modeling Groundwater Flow and Pollution Softcover reprint of the original” Book Review: This book is a valuable tool for students and professionals in civil, environmental, and geotechnical fields. It includes chapters that discuss topics such as modeling the flow of groundwater, addressing immediate sources of contamination, and understanding the system’s response. The book has received certification from various international institutions and organizations. It offers a balanced blend of theory and practical applications, providing up-to-date information on how to tackle real-world problems. Detailed discussions on the applications of groundwater are also included in this book.
|6."Ground-Water Vulnerability" by Jason Gurdak|
“Ground-Water Vulnerability” Book Review: This book provides a comprehensive understanding of groundwater vulnerability, focusing on both theory and practical applications. It presents the latest information on the fundamental principles and key concepts involved. The book includes discussions on various models and maps, explaining how they are generated using logistic regression and geographic information system techniques. The chapters are well-explained and easy to grasp, making it an ideal resource for students and professionals in geotechnical and environmental studies.
|7."Groundwater Dynamics in Hard Rock Aquifers" by Ahmed Jayakumar Salih|
“Groundwater Dynamics in Hard Rock Aquifers” Book Review: This book is a recent edition that provides up-to-date information on the structure and functioning of an aquifer in a granite formation. The chapters mainly focus on hydrological research, studying aquifers in hard rock formations, conducting pumping tests, analyzing aquifer parameters, understanding water budgets, using governing equations, and simulating water flow. The book also explores the use of geophysical, geological, and remote sensing techniques to conceptualize aquifer systems. It further discusses the applications of remote sensing and GIS in groundwater exploration and the use of geostatistics for optimal groundwater management.
|8."Numerical Models in Groundwater Pollution" by Karel Kovarik|
“Numerical Models in Groundwater Pollution” Book Review: This book aims to provide an introduction to numerical methods for studying groundwater pollution. It covers important topics like finite and boundary element methods, explaining how these methods are advantageous in groundwater hydrology. To enhance reader comprehension, the book includes computer programs, source code, and examples that are based on the theoretical foundations of these methods. It will be beneficial for students, researchers, professionals, and engineers working in geotechnical and civil engineering fields.
|9."Groundwater Recharge from Run-Off, Infiltration and Percolation" by J R Gat|
“Groundwater Recharge from Run-Off, Infiltration and Percolation” Book Review: This book has been updated and revised to include the latest theories and recent developments in groundwater management strategies. The chapters of the book are well-written and cover a range of topics, such as recharge flux, surface to surface transformation, groundwater issues, and modern methods for determining groundwater recharge. The book also provides a detailed analysis of how groundwater recharge is affected by hydraulic and geological factors. It is a valuable resource for students and professionals in the field of geotechnical engineering.
|10."Reference Book to Accompany Practical Problems in Groundwater Hydrology" by Terry D Lahm|
“Reference Book to Accompany Practical Problems in Groundwater Hydrology” Book Review: This book has the goal of providing a comprehensive overview of groundwater hydrology, covering important topics, concepts, methods, and recent advancements in the field. It delves into the various challenges and issues associated with groundwater hydrology. The book emphasizes the development of quantitative skills, data analysis, data exploration, and the use of graphic technologies. To enhance practical knowledge and engage readers, the book includes case studies and exercises. It is particularly beneficial for students pursuing a career in groundwater engineering.
7. Advance Groundwater Hydrology
|1."Groundwater Hydrology" by Agarwal V C|
“Groundwater Hydrology” Book Review: This book is made for students studying civil engineering and agricultural engineering, as well as researchers. It talks about groundwater hydrology, which is the study of water beneath the Earth’s surface. The book covers both the theory and practical aspects of groundwater hydrology, including how it can be used in real-life situations. It also explains how remote sensing and geological explorations can be used to study groundwater. At the end of each chapter, there are examples, exercises, and numerical problems for practice.
|2."Groundwater Hydrology" by Bhagu R Chahar|
“Groundwater Hydrology” Book Review: This book is for people studying civil engineering, geotechnical engineering, and researchers. It is all about understanding and managing groundwater. It teaches about hydrogeology, which is the study of water beneath the Earth’s surface. The book covers topics like how groundwater flows, techniques for modeling groundwater, and managing the amount of groundwater available.
|3."Groundwater Hydrology" by Bouwer|
“Groundwater Hydrology” Book Review: This is an informative book suitable for students, professionals, and researchers. The book covers various essential topics related to groundwater. It includes chapters on the theory of groundwater flow, practical applications of groundwater modeling techniques, and effective management strategies for maintaining groundwater quantity. The author also provides valuable insights into hydrogeology, explaining how groundwater is assessed, developed, utilized, and managed. With its clear explanations and practical examples, this book is a valuable resource for anyone interested in understanding and working with groundwater.
|4."Groundwater Hydrology: Conceptual and Computational Models" by K R Rushton|
“Groundwater Hydrology: Conceptual and Computational Models” Book Review: This is a useful book for students, professionals, and researchers interested in understanding groundwater. The book delves into important concepts and practical applications of groundwater hydrology. It covers topics such as the basics of groundwater flow, aquifer properties, groundwater modeling techniques, and the interpretation of simulation results. The author provides clear explanations and presents computational models that help readers grasp complex concepts. This book is a valuable resource for anyone seeking a comprehensive understanding of groundwater hydrology and its computational modeling aspects.
|5."Numerical Groundwater Hydrology" by A K Rastogi|
“Numerical Groundwater Hydrology” Book Review: This book is meant for students studying civil, environmental, and agricultural engineering. It specifically focuses on solving numerical problems related to groundwater hydrology. The topics covered include inverse modeling, numerical modeling, and solute transport. To help with practice and understanding, the book also provides numerical questions, solved examples, and exercises at the end of each chapter. It’s a helpful resource for students looking to improve their skills in solving numerical problems related to groundwater hydrology.
|6."OpenGeoSys-Tutorial: Computational Hydrology I: Groundwater Flow Modeling (SpringerBriefs in Earth System Sciences)" by Agnes Sachse and Karsten Rink|
“OpenGeoSys-Tutorial: Computational Hydrology I: Groundwater Flow Modeling (SpringerBriefs in Earth System Sciences)” Book Review: This is a practical and user-friendly book aimed at individuals interested in groundwater flow modeling. It covers various important topics related to computational hydrology. The chapters provide step-by-step tutorials on using OpenGeoSys, a powerful software for groundwater flow modeling. Readers will learn about data preparation, grid generation, model set-up, simulation, and result visualization. The book offers clear explanations and hands-on exercises, making it a valuable resource for students, researchers, and professionals seeking to enhance their skills in groundwater flow modeling.
|7."Integrated Groundwater Management" by Anthony J Jakeman and Olivier Barreteau|
“Integrated Groundwater Management” Book Review: This is a comprehensive book that explores effective strategies for managing groundwater resources. It covers a wide range of important topics related to integrated groundwater management. The book discusses concepts such as groundwater modeling, policy development, stakeholder engagement, and decision-making processes. It emphasizes the importance of considering social, economic, and environmental factors when managing groundwater systems. With its practical approach and real-world examples, this book serves as a valuable guide for professionals, policymakers, and researchers involved in the management and sustainability of groundwater resources.
|8."Groundwater and Seepage (Dover Civil and Mechanical Engineering)" by Milton E Harr|
“Groundwater and Seepage (Dover Civil and Mechanical Engineering)” Book Review: This book is intended for students of civil and agricultural engineering, as well as researchers and scientists. It discusses the basics of soil mechanics and provides solutions to seepage problems. The book also covers the design and analysis of earth structures and aims to address groundwater management. Additionally, the book includes solved examples and numerical problems with answers at the end of each chapter.
|9."Mineral and Thermal Groundwater Resources" by M Albu and David Banks|
“Mineral and Thermal Groundwater Resources” Book Review: This book is intended for students of civil and agricultural engineering, as well as researchers and scientists. It discusses the basics of soil mechanics and provides solutions to seepage problems. The book also covers the design and analysis of earth structures and aims to address groundwater management. Additionally, the book includes solved examples and numerical problems with answers at the end of each chapter.