Introducing Groundwater

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Stanley Thornes, 1996 - Science - 278 pages
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Since publication of the first edition of this text, knowledge of groundwater has advanced and concern about the environment has increased. There have been major droughts and increasing worries over possible long-term water shortages, and suggestions that the climate is being changed by human activities. The second edition covers these topics as they relate to hydrogeology, and is presented in a style intended for the non-specialist reader, with technical terms and mathematical formulae kept to a minimum.

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Michael Price is a senior instructor and assistant departmenMichael Price is a senior instructor and assistant department head of mathematics at the University of Oregon in Eugene,t head of mathematics at the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon. Both his undergraduate and graduate degrees are fro Oregon. Both his undergraduate and graduate degrees are from the University of Oregon, where has worked as a graduate sm the University of Oregon, where has worked as a graduate student and instructor for the last 9 years. Michael has taugtudent and instructor for the last 9 years. Michael has taught courses in introductory and intermediate algebra, up throht courses in introductory and intermediate algebra, up through precalculus, statistics, and three variations of calculuugh precalculus, statistics, and three variations of calculus aimed at, respectively, biology/human physiology, businesss aimed at, respectively, biology/human physiology, business/economics, and mathematics/physical science students. As a /economics, and mathematics/physical science students. As a coordinator for the precalculus sequence at the U of O and pcoordinator for the precalculus sequence at the U of O and periodically other sequences required for non-math majors, Mieriodically other sequences required for non-math majors, Michael spends a substantial portion of his time developing anchael spends a substantial portion of his time developing and reinforcing responsible course material for mathematics sed reinforcing responsible course material for mathematics service courses. In addition to this textbook, he has also conrvice courses. In addition to this textbook, he has also contributed to supplemental materials and reviews of undergradutributed to supplemental materials and reviews of undergraduate texts in mathematics. ate texts in mathematics.

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