Glossary of Hydrology

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William E. Wilson, John E. Moore
American Geological Institute, 1998 - Hydrology - 248 pages
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This glossary is perfect for anyone who must think and write concisely about hydrology. Hydrologists, environmentalists, or any professional geoscientists, engineer, or student can use it to define their research in current terminology. With more than 4,000 terms, many with background information, the Glossary of Hydrology will be an invaluable addition to your reference library. Selected terms include: hydrogeology, surface water hydrology, hydrochemistry, meteorology, oceanography, engineering geology, environmental geology, soils, and other related fields.
"This handy reference is essential for all professional and student hydrologists!"
Philip E. LaMoreaux, LaMoreaux and Associates

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About the author (1998)

William E. Wilson is a well respected and accomplished historical fencer and instructor, president of the Tattershall School of Defence, fencing coach for Northern Arizona University, a senior marshal in within the Society for Creative Anachronism, and is affiliated with the International Masters at Arms Federation. He has taught at numerous workshops throughout the world.

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