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by Nancy D. Gordon,Thomas A. McMahon,Brian L. Finlayson,Christopher J. Gippel,Rory J. Nathan
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  • Author:
    Nancy D. Gordon,Thomas A. McMahon,Brian L. Finlayson,Christopher J. Gippel,Rory J. Nathan
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    0470843578
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    Wiley; 2 edition (June 18, 2004)
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    444 pages
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by Nancy D. Gordon (Author), Thomas A. McMahon (Author), Brian L. Finlayson (Author), Christopher J. Gippel .

by Nancy D. Gippel (Author), Rory J. Nathan (Author) & 2 more. ISBN-13: 978-0470843581. This book is essential reading for 2nd/3rdyear undergraduates and postgraduates of hydrology, stream ecologyand fisheries science in Departments of Physical Geography,Biology, Environmental Science, Landscape Ecology, ring and Limnology. It would be valuable reading forprofessionals working in stream ecology, fisheries science andhabitat management, environmental consultants and engineers.

This book is essential reading for 2nd/3rd year undergraduates and postgraduates of hydrology .

This book is essential reading for 2nd/3rd year undergraduates and postgraduates of hydrology, stream ecology and fisheries science in Departments of Physical Geography, Biology, Environmental Science, Landscape Ecology, Environmental Engineering and Limnology. It would be valuable reading for professionals working in stream ecology, fisheries science and habitat management, environmental consultants and engineers.

The concept of stream health has been adopted as a way of assessing stream resources and setting management goals. Chapters provide information on sampling, field techniques, stream analysis, the hydrodynamics of moving water, channel form, sediment transport and commonly used statistical methods such as flow duration and flood frequency analysis.

Nancy D. Gordon, Thomas A. McMahon, Brian L. Finlayson, Christopher J. Gippel and Rory J. Nathan John Wiley and Sons, Ltd, 444 . Nathan John Wiley and Sons, Ltd, 444 pp ISBN 0470843586 Published June 2004. Article in Hydrological Processes 19(12):2455 - 2458 · August 2005. Gordon, Christopher J. Gippel, Rory J. Nathan, et a.

In particular, growth has occurred in the areas of stream rehabilitation and the evaluation of environmental flow needs. The concept of stream health has been adopted as a way of assessing stream resources and setting management goals.

This book is essential reading for 2nd/3rd year undergraduates and postgraduates of hydrology, stream ecology and . Brian L. Finlayson, Rory J. Nathan, Thomas A. Mcmahon, Christopher J. Gippel, Nancy D. Gordon. Place of Publication.

This book is essential reading for 2nd/3rd year undergraduates and postgraduates of hydrology, stream ecology and fisheries science in Departments of Physical Geography, Biology, Environmental Science, Landscape Ecology, Environmental Engineering and Limlogy.

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Thomas A. McMahon is the author of Stream Hydrology: An. .

Written in a non-mathematical manner.

Since the publication of the first edition (1994) there have beenrapid developments in the application of hydrology, geomorphologyand ecology to stream management. In particular, growth hasoccurred in the areas of stream rehabilitation and the evaluationof environmental flow needs. The concept of stream health has beenadopted as a way of assessing stream resources and settingmanagement goals.

Stream Hydrology: An Introduction for Ecologists SecondEdition documents recent research and practice in these areas.Chapters provide information on sampling, field techniques, streamanalysis, the hydrodynamics of moving water, channel form, sedimenttransport and commonly used statistical methods such as flowduration and flood frequency analysis. Methods are presented fromengineering hydrology, fluvial geomorphology and hydraulics withexamples of their biological implications. This book demonstrateshow these fields are linked and utilised in modern, scientificriver management.

Emphasis on applications, from collecting and analysing fieldmeasurements to using data and tools in stream management.Updated to include new sections on environmental flows,rehabilitation, measuring stream health and streamclassification.Critical reviews of the successes and failures ofimplementation.Revised and updated windows-based AQUAPAK software.

This book is essential reading for 2nd/3rdyear undergraduates and postgraduates of hydrology, stream ecologyand fisheries science in Departments of Physical Geography,Biology, Environmental Science, Landscape Ecology, EnvironmentalEngineering and Limnology. It would be valuable reading forprofessionals working in stream ecology, fisheries science andhabitat management, environmental consultants and engineers.


Andromakus
I had the first edition when I was in grad school. I live in the Cascades now and spend a lot of time on streams. Decide get a replacement...This one is even better.

Gary
Eyalanev
Aweomse as stated. Exactly what I ordered
Akir
I found this book a great reference for both Engineers and Ecologists for getting up to speed an the various aspects of stream hydology. It is very well laid out, with meaningful figures and references. Applicable formulas and analytical methods are also well explained without going into lenghty proofs.
Auridora
This was a textbook for a hydrology course, it's an easy read, even for the non-hydrologist/ geographer. Lots of good exercises and suggestions for in-field experiments.
Ynap
This is a technically accurate guide to Hydrology with ample examples from real bodies of water with some advanced math.
Gholbirius
This book is a good book. It give me knowledge concerning use of hydrology knowledge and ecology in water system.