Edited by R. GRAYSON and G. BLÖSCHL. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. Hardback, 404 p. $95.00. ISBN 0-521-63316-8.

The struggle to develop better models of hydrologic processes has been a continuing area of intense research for the last several decades. One promising avenue of watershed hydrologic research lies at the intersection of new measurement technology (e.g., remote sensing, TDR and eddy-flux towers) and spatially distributed models of catchment hydrology. In this book, with the assistance of other leaders in the effort to unify field measurement and spatial models, Grayson and Blöschl introduce the naive user to the concepts of how...

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