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[3 Volume Set] Handbook of Engineering Hydrology: Modeling, Climate Change, and Variability By Saeid Eslamian

  1. Adaption to hydrological events such as climate change, drought, and lood
  2. Qualitative and quantitative conservation of water, thereby optimizing water consumption
    he Handbook of Engineering Hydrology aims to ill the two-decade gap since the publication of
    David Maidment’s Handbook of Hydrology in 1993 by including updated material on hydrology science
    and engineering. It provides an extensive coverage of hydrological engineering, science, and
    technology and includes novel topics that were developed in the last two decades. his handbook is
    not a replacement for Maidment’s work, but as mentioned, it focuses on innovation and provides
    updated information in the ield of hydrology. herefore, it could be considered as a complementary
    text to Maidment’s work, providing practical guidelines to the reader. Further, this book covers different
    aspects of hydrology using a new approach, whereas Maidment’s work dealt principally with
    classical components of hydrologic cycle, particularly surface and groundwater and physical and
    chemical pollution.
    he key beneits of the book are as follows: (a) it introduces various aspects of hydrological engineering,
    science, and technology for students pursuing diferent levels of studies; (b) it is an eicient tool
    helping practitioners to design water projects optimally; (c) it serves as a guide for policy makers to
    make appropriate decisions on the subject; (d) it is a robust reference book for researchers, both in universities
    and in research institutes; and (e) it provides up-to-date information in the ield.
    Engineers from disciplines such as civil engineering, environmental engineering, geological engineering,
    agricultural engineering, water resources engineering, natural resources, applied geography,
    environmental health and sanitation, etc., will ind this handbook useful.

Hydrological and ecological connectivity is a matter of high concern. All terrestrial and coastal
ecosystems are connected with water, which includes groundwater, and there is a growing
understanding that “single ecosystems” (mountain forest, hill forest, mangrove forest, freshwater
swamp, peat swamp, tidal mudlat, and coral reef) that are actually the result of an artiicial perception
and classiication can, in the long term, only be managed by a holistic vision at the watershed
level. It is essential to investigate ecosystem management at the watershed level, particularly in a
changing climate.
In general, there are two important approaches:

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