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This book provides a real-world, applications-oriented introduction to engineering hydrology with an emphasis on design. Coverage includes the important hydrologic processes (highlighting watersheds), the effects of land use change (including its detection and modeling), and the ethics and professionalism of a practicing hydrologist. For professionals in civil engineering, geology, environmental science, forestry, or geography who need a good reference on hydrologic analysis and design.
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An applications-oriented introduction to engineering analysis and design methods that are related to various components of the hydrologic cycle.From the Back Cover:
Hydrologic Analysis and Design provides an introduction to the development and use of engineering design methods. With an emphasis on application, both students and practicing professionals will benefit from the detailed procedures for design. Realistic case-study examples demonstrate the application of widely used hydrologic models, including peak discharge, hydrograph, and design-storm computer methods. The TR-55 and TR-20 computer methods based on runoff curve number hydrology are presented. All phases of the hydrologic cycle are discussed, with an emphasis placed on small watershed design, urban hydrology, and storm water management. Methods for river reach and reservoir storage routing are detailed.Outstanding features of the text include:
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Book Description Pearson, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110131424246
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Book Description Pearson, 2004. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0131424246