Vadose Zone Processes provides a unified, up-to-date treatment on the movement of water through unsaturated media. In addition to covering the basic equations governing the flow and fate of water in unsaturated media, the text covers the biogeochemistry of vadose environments and the statistical description of vadose processes. The authors emphasize maintaining an intuitive understanding of how the results are derived and how they are appropriately applied. This comprehensive and important book will be useful not only to those in traditional fields such as civil engineering, geology, crop science, chemical engineering, agricultural engineering, and hydrology but also in the newer environmental engineering fields including containment transport, pollution remediation, and waste disposal.Usera#39;s manual for WATEQ4F, with revised thermodynamic database and test cases for calculating speciation of major, trace, and redox elements in natural waters. U.S. Geological Survey ... Bohn, H.L., B.L McNeal, and G.A. Oa#39;Connor. 1979.
|Title||:||Vadose Zone Processes|
|Author||:||John S. Selker, James T. McCord, C. Kent Keller|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1999-06-28|