Designed to bridge the gap between books on the theoretical principles of hydrogeology (that define but don't describe actual practices) and professional applications-oriented publications. This field-oriented book/manual provides background information on the WHYs of field work as well as step-by-step procedures for the WHATs and HOWs of specific field tests. It provides readers who already have a basic familiarity with introductory hydrogeology with hands-on practice in actual hydrogeologic field methods and activities.Solutions, Minerals and Equilibria. New York: Harper aamp; Row. Garrett, Peter. ( 1988). How to Sample Ground Water and Soils ... Holtz, Robert D., and William D. Kovacs. (1981). An Introduction to Geotechnical Engineering. Englewood Cliffs, NJ:anbsp;...
|Title||:||A Manual of Field Hydrogeology|
|Author||:||Laura L. Sanders|