Groundwater is one of the most unruly elements that must be dealt with in the practice of Engineering Geology. Groundwater is found nearly everywhere and is essential to human life. It has always been this reviewer's opinion that every engineering geologist can and should also be a competent hydrogeologist. That having been said, Paul Younger's book is not directed toward hydrogeology; it deals with groundwater in the broadest sense of the term. The entire content of his book will have value to every practicing engineering geologist.

The author (Younger) has been trained both as a geologist and an engineer, and...

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