Hydrology and Floodplain Analysis
This text provides a clear and up-to-date presentation of fundamental concepts and design methods required to understand hydrology and floodplain analysis. This revision continues to address the computational emphasis of modern hydrology at an undergraduate level and to provide a more balanced approach to important applications in watershed analysis, floodplain computation, flood control, urban hydrology, stormwater design, and computer modeling.
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