By Harry Vereecken, Andrew Binley, Giorgio Cassiani, André Revil, Konstantin Titov
This publication specializes in how hydrogeophysical equipment may be utilized to unravel difficulties dealing with environmental engineers, geophysicists, agronomists, hydrologists, soil scientists and hydrogeologists. We current purposes of hydrogeophysical ways to the certainty of hydrological strategies and environmental difficulties facing the move of water and the delivery of solutes and contaminants. nearly all of the e-book is equipped as a chain of process-driven chapters, every one authored through major specialists. parts lined comprise: infiltration and solute delivery methods, biogeochemical functioning of soil-water platforms, coastal groundwater interactions, chilly zone hydrology, engineered limitations and landfill techniques. moreover, the ebook bargains perception into the improvement of latest facts fusion methodologies, of worth to many hydrogeophysical investigations, and gives an account how the swiftly constructing self-potential method may give necessary information regarding water fluxes and hydrochemical states in the subsurface.
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Applied Hydrogeophysics by Harry Vereecken, Andrew Binley, Giorgio Cassiani, André Revil, Konstantin Titov