Jacob Bear and Alexander H.-D. Cheng. Springer, 233 Spring St., New York, NY 10013. 2010. 834 pp. Hardcover $99.00. ISBN 978-1-4020-6681-8

Groundwater flow and contaminant transport models have been widely used to test hypotheses, interpret and analyze field experiment data, predict future conditions, and provide information required for remediation design. However, model misuse has grown over time due to a lack of understanding of the theory of flow and transport processes, the requirement of appropriate solution approaches and ancillary mathematical tools to process and evaluate simulation results, and the potential for numerical difficulties. To become a well-informed groundwater flow and...

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