Applied Groundwater Hydrology: A British Perspective



This book will interest American hydrologists with its view of the British approach to problems common to both groups. Topics selected by the editors emphasize the diverse and often interdisciplinary methods that characterize much current literature in the field. The forty-one contributing authors, who represent universities, the British Geological Survey, the National Rivers Authority, various research institutes, and several private consulting organizations, bring a wide spectrum of interests and expertise to the subject of groundwater hydrology.