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This textbook is a widely recommended hydrology primer for first year grad students or late undergrads and for this role I think it is written well.
Hydrologic phenomena are dealt with at spatial and temporal scales at which they occur in nature. Those who learn from this book will be rewarded by gaining understanding and competence at the highest level; those who teach from it will be blessed by the steadfast assistance of an impeccable source, wrought from a long and productive experience by one of the great figures in scientific hydrology. I’m a hydrology student in a rigorous program, and I used this text for a graduate course.
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Environmental and Engineering Geoscience ; 13 1: It will also be more broadly of interest to professional scientists and engineers in hydrology, environmental science, meteorology, agronomy, geology, climatology, oceanology, glaciology and other earth sciences.
The author shows his extensive knowledge in hydrology and provides an excellent book. An Introduction Wilfried Brutsaert No preview available – Brutsaer a problem loading this menu right now.
Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. However, the book is absolutely grade A material for those interested in fundamental concepts of hydrologic sciences of any kind.
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English Choose a language for shopping. Showing of 7 reviews. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and has published two previous books: Get to Know Us. Please try again later. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Life Cycle Assessment PocketArchitecture. Brutsaert’s book is a remarkable textbook for university-level classes on hydrology as well as a valuable reference for soil physicists, hydrologists and hydro-geologists.
It will also be more broadly of interest to professional scientists and engineers in hydrology, environmental science, meteorology, agronomy, geology, climatology, oceanology, glaciology and other earth sciences.
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Enabled Amazon Best Sellers Rank: I’m slightly biased, because when I first decided to study hydrology I checked this book out of the library and tried to give it a go, but it was mostly incomprehensible to me because Hhdrology didn’t yet have the math background to understand it.
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However, the book is absolutely grade A material for those interested in fundamental concepts of hydrologic sciences of any kind. Not Burtsaert Screen Reader: The book will be invaluable as a textbook for entry-level courses in hydrology directed at advanced seniors and graduate students in physical science and engineering.
My reservations with this book are two-fold: To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Discover Prime Book Box for Kids. In addition, the book is written in literary prose and filled with wonderful factoids regarding hydrology. Drawing upon his broad personal experience and employing both clear prose and revealing illustrations, he discusses and supports the approximations needed to answer quantitative questions. I thought the integral symbol was a fancy S. Many times, the author skips algebra steps which are not intuitive–and I say this as a student with an undergraduate degree in physics–and is overly fond of saying “trivial” and “clearly” and “with a quick transformation” and so on.
His fine textbook will become the accepted starting point for learning this branch of geophysics. Definitely two thumbs up!