Thisdetailed and meticulous volume should be on the shelf of any consultant, researcher, or professor who has need of a reference book on the ins and outs of groundwater. The book fills out at more than 1000 pages and 37 chapters total. The book covers everything—from the history of groundwater hydrology all the way to the advent of the use of geosynthetics in its last chapter. The book very clearly represents a solid reference for anyone working in the area of groundwater hydrology and thus represents a solid contribution to the field. It succeeds at being a reference...

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