This book is a collection of independent chapters written by 27 contributing authors, most of whom have academic or research backgrounds. The stated aim of the volume is β€œto demonstrate the application of geophysical techniques to provide a database for hydrogeological decisions like drillhole positioning or action plans for groundwater protection,” and it is targeted toward both students and professionals.

The 539 pages of text are divided into two parts: The first two thirds are devoted to describing individual geophysical techniques, including some data to illustrate key points, and the latter third emphasizes field examples of the use of various...

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