This volume certainly is a Conference Proceedings, the Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) on qUnsaturated Flow in Hydrologic Modelingq held at qLes Villages du Soleilq near ArIes, France from June 13 to 17, 1988. Let me therefore acknowledge properly, at the very beginning, the gratitude of all the participants to the NATO Science Committee for its generous support and worthwhile goal of bringing together scientists of many countries to communicate and share their experiences. Particular thanks are extended to the director of the program, Dr. Luis Vega da Cunha for his interest and understanding. On the other hand this volume is also, and probably more so, a Textbook that fills a gap in the field of unsaturated flow. Many treatises on the subject present the theory in its different aspects. Hardly any explain in details how the different pieces can be put together to address realistic problems at the basin scale. The various invited contributions to the ARW were structured in a subject progression much as chapters are organized in a book. The intent of the ARW was to assess the current state of knowledge in qUnsaturated Flowq and its use in qHydrologic Modeling Practiceq. In a sense the interest in fundamentals of unsaturated flow in this ARW was not just for the sake of knowledge but also and primarily for the sake of action. Can such fundamental knowledge be utilized for better management of the water resource? was the basic question.tion Agency bases its pesticide registration decisions on results from the PRZM model). ... aquot;Users Manual for the Pesticide Root Zone Model (PRZM) Release 1aquot;, EPA 600/3-84-109, Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and anbsp;...
|Title||:||Unsaturated Flow in Hydrologic Modeling|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|