This book aims to assemble a broad range of comprehensive, scholarly works in the field of water resources that accomplish multiple objectives: (1) to provide a critical review of the state of knowledge; (2) to provide introductions to, or comparisons among, classes of methods; (3) to unify knowledge in related areas; and (4) to point the way to future advancements in the field. The general areas of contributions to this special issue include: flow in complex porous medium systems, reactive transport in porous medium systems, upscaling, multiphase model formulation, numerical methods for single and multiphase fluid flow and species transport, optimization and data assimilation, statistical analysis of hydrologic systems, catchment hydrology, ecohydrology, land-atmosphere interactions and remote sensing.
|Place of Publication||Amsterdam Netherlands|
|Number of pages||534|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|