Design Hydrology and Sedimentology for Small Catchments
- C. Haan, Oklahoma State University
- B. Barfield, Oklahoma State University
- J. Hayes, Clemson University
The Clean Water Act, with its emphasis on storm water and sediment control in urban areas, has created a compelling need for information in small-catchment hydrology. Design Hydrology and Sedimentology for Small Catchments provides the basic information and techniques required for understanding and implementing design systems to control runoff, erosion, and sedimentation. It will be especially useful to those involved in urban and industrial planning anddevelopment, surface mining activities, storm water management, sediment control, and environmental management.This class-tested text, which presents many solved problems throughout as well as solutions at the end of each chapter, is suitable for undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education courses. In addition, practicing professionals will find it a valuable reference.Anderson/Woessner: APPLIED GROUNDWATER MODELING (1992)Shuirman/Slosson: FORENSIC ENGINEERING (1992)de Marsily: QUANTITATIVE HYDROGEOLOGY (1986)Selley: APPLIED SEDIMENTOLOGY, THIRD EDITION (1988)Huyakorn: COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN SUBSURFACE FLOW (1986)Pinder: FINITE ELEMENT MODELING IN SURFACE AND SUBSURFACE HYDROLOGY (1977)View full description
Students and professionals in water resources, surface mining engineering, environmental and urban developmental engineering; and students in hydrology and sedimentology.
- Published: June 1994
- Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
- ISBN: 978-0-12-312340-4
Table of ContentsIntroduction. Hydrologic Frequency Analysis. Rainfall-Runoff Estimation in Stormwater Computations. Open Channel Hydraulics. Hydraulics of Structures. Channel Flow Routing and Reservoir Hydraulics. Sediment Properties and Sediment Transport. Erosion and Sediment Yield. Sediment Control Structures. Fluvial Geomorphology: Fluvial Channel Analysis and Design. Ground Water. Monitoring Hydrologic Systems. Hydrologic Modeling. Chapter Problems, References, and Appendixes. General Appendix. Subject Index.