Applied Hydrogeology (4th Edition) by C. W. Fetter

By C. W. Fetter

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ISBN: 0130882399
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Publication Date: 2000-11-26
Number of Pages: 598
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This most sensible promoting publication, Applied Hydrogeology supplies readers a balanced exam of all features of hydrogeology. It textual content stresses the appliance of arithmetic to challenge fixing instead of derivation of thought. It offers a stability among actual and chemical hydrogeology. various case experiences domesticate reader realizing of the incidence and stream of floor water in various geologic settings. This useful reference contains 5 new case histories: The Dakota Aquifer, Fractures Sedimentary Rocks-Newark basin, Faults as Aquifer obstacles, wasteland Hydrology-Azraq basin, Jordan. makes use of the web to acquire hydrogeologic information and knowledge. contains well-developed case experiences in many of the chapters. comprises tables overlaying quite a few features, unit conversions, and extra facts for fixing good hydraulics, water chemistry, and contaminant shipping difficulties. For readers drawn to complex hydrology, groundwater hydrology, hydrogeology, and civil engineering.

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Sim ple linear interpol tion betw een precipitation stations can also be used. The area bounded by adjacei isohyets is measured w ith a planimeter, and the average depth of precipitation over tl area is the mean of the bounding isohyets. 5). Tl drawback of the isohyetal method is that the isohyets must be redrawn and the areas i measured for each analysis. The Thiessen method to adjust for nonuniform gauge distribution uses a weighii factor for each rain gauge. The factor is based on the size of the area w ithin the draina, basin that is closest to a given rain gauge.

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The parking lot of the Spendmore Megamall has an area of 128 ac. It is partially landscaped to provide some areas of grass. Assume that an average 63% of the water that falls on the parking lot will flow into a Problems What mass of water at 15°C can be cooled 1°C by heat necessary to melt 185 g of ice at 0°C? What mass of water at 15°C can be cooled 1°C by the amount of heat needed to sublime (go from a solid to a vapor state) 18 g of ice at 0°C? A 500-milliliter (mL) bottle of spring water, which is at room temperature of 25°C, is poured over 120 g of ice that is at -8°C.

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