Book “Eye Candy”

In search of relevant surface water publications for the Agency I recently came across a publication  “Ground and Surface Water Hydrology”, 2012 by Larry W. Mays (author of two books in our collection Water Resources Engineering, 2005 and Groundwater Hydrology, 2005).

This textbook provides information on topics such as sustainability, climate change, GIS, new models, data sources, remote sensing, and NEXRAD. This title also provides internet resources such as free modeling tools and is supposed to be an ideal reference source for persons studying surface water hydrology, as well as, for those in the field such as geologists, civil engineers, hydrologists and environmental engineers.

For more information on this document, including a preview and table of content details, staff can click on the link below:

Ground and Surface Water Hydrology by Larry W. Mays

Ground and Surface Water Hydrology by Larry W. Mays

Ground and Surface Water Hydrology by Larry W. Mays

Since this publication fits in so much with what we do here at the Agency, not to mention that it’s by one of our favourite authors, I would definitely be looking into acquiring it.

Stay tuned for more details. 🙂

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About WRlibrarian

Currently employed with the Water and Sewerage Authority at the Water Resources Agency, I have taken the opportunity to create an innovative and exciting blog to make staff aware of library related activities, as well as, relevant information that can have an impact on the Agency's operation.
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