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About this product
- Author(s)J. C. Nonner
- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication29/10/2015
- GenreEarth Sciences
- Series TitleUNESCO-IHE Lecture Note Series
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintCRC Press
- Weight635 g
- Edition Statement3rd Revised edition
- Table Of ContentsContents FOREWORD 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 General background 1.2 Hydrological systems 2 ROCKS AND GROUNDWATER 2.1 Basic concepts 2.2 Formation of groundwater systems 2.3 Groundwater investigation methods 3 GROUNDWATER MOVEMENT 3.1 Principles of groundwater flow 3.2 Flow in groundwater systems 3.3 The flow systems concept 4 WATER BALANCES 4.1 Groundwater balance concepts 4.2 Groundwater balance estimation methods 4.3 Groundwater balances and their environment 5 GROUNDWATER CHEMISTRY 5.1 Groundwater and its interaction with rocks 5.2 Groundwater chemistry and rock types 6 DEVELOPMENT OF GROUNDWATER 6.1 Groundwater management 6.2 Groundwater planning and investigations 6.3 Groundwater resources studies EXERCISES SELECTED ANSWERS TO EXERCICES REFERENCES AND BIBLIOGRAPHY REGISTER
- Author BiographySince 2013 a retired Associate Professor in Hydrogeology at UNESCO-IHE, Johannes C. Nonner used to lecture in hydrogeology and groundwater investigation techniques. His special field of research at UNESCO-IHE covered groundwater development and environmental integrity in The Netherlands and other parts of the world, for which he was heavily involved in groundwater flow- and transport modelling. After graduating in hydrogeology at the Free University of Amsterdam, and before joining UNESCO-IHE in 1989, Johannes C. Nonner was involved in groundwater consultancy and training assignments around the globe.
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