J.R. BOULDING and J.S. GINN. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL. 2004. Hardcover, 691 pp. $169.95. ISBN 1-56-670610-6.

At one time, a contaminant hydrologist could operate effectively with general knowledge of geology, physics, and chemistry and some specific knowledge of the application of these fields to subsurface water flow and solute transport. In the past three decades, the list of requisite scientific skills has grown to include fields as different as microbiology and geophysics. At the same time, contaminant hydrogeologists have had to gain more specific knowledge of the application of scientific disciplines to subsurface flow and transport processes. Currently, investigations...

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