Water in Environmental Planning
A classic advanced undergraduate/graduate level text showing how knowledge of hydrology, fluvial geomorphology, and river quality are used in environmental planning.
The focus is on maintenance or reclamation of environmental quality, with the text, examples, and exercises emphasizing early identification of problems and address nonstructural solutions
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Six Field Examples
tion 70 Longterm variations of precipitation 70 Note
Water Loss from Lakes
Water Use by Vegetation
Water in the Soil
Water Supply and Use
Sediment Production and Transport
Physical Characteristics of Water
Chemical Characteristics of Water
Stream Biota and Biologic Health
agricultural aquifer available water capacity average bankfull calculated capacity catchment channel Chapter coefficient computed crops cross section debris depth discharge downstream drain drainage area drainage basin duration engineering Equation erosion estimate evaporation evapotranspiration factors feet field field capacity Flood Hazard flood-frequency curve floodplain forest frequency Geomorphology gradient graph groundwater hillslope Horton overland flow Hydrology inches increase infiltration infiltration capacity interception lake land landslide Leopold mean annual measured method mg/liter overland flow oxygen peak percent planner plants plotted potential precipitation prediction processes radiation rain rainfall rainstorm rating curve recharge recurrence interval regions reservoir River rock saturated season sediment shown in Figure slope snow snowmelt Soil Conservation Service soil moisture square miles storage storm runoff stream temperature tion U.S. Geological Survey U.S. Weather Bureau unit hydrograph urban valley floor values vegetation velocity volume Water Resources water surface water table weather width zone