Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Selected Hydrogeological and Engineering- Geological Terms and their Relationship to the Geophysical Properties of Rocks. Principal Hydrogeological Terms. Engineering-Geological Characterization of Rocks and Rock Masses. Physical Properties of Rocks. 3. Geophysical Surveys for Hydrogeological Purposes. Hydrogeological Structures and their Geophysical Models. Determination of Hydrogeological Parameters of Geological and Water Bodies by Geophysical Methods. 4. Methods, Techniques and Organization of Surveys in Hydrogeological Studies. Regional and Detailed Hydrogeological Surveys. Special Hydrogeological Surveys. Hydrogeology of Mineral Deposits. Special Hydrogeology. Logging of Hydrogeological Wells. 5. Geophysical Surveys for Engineering-Geological Purposes. Physical State of Rock and its Evaluation Using Geophysical Methods. Stress and Strain States in Rock Massifs. 6. Geophysical Surveys in Engineering-Geologic Investigations. Compilation of Engineering-Geologic Maps. Slope Stability. Communication and Pipe Lines. Foundation Investigations for Building. Hydraulic Structures. Investigation for Nuclear Power Plants. Investigation for Underground Structures. Hydrogeological and Civil Engineering Problems from an Environmental Point of View. 7. Special Geophysical Methods. Remote Sensing. Surface Geothermal Measurements by Infrared Thermal Sensors. Radar. Radiowave Profiling RWP. Geoacoustic Method. Seismological and Microseismological Methods. Seismic Methods Using Vibrators (Vibration Methods) Atmogeochemical Methods. Logging with an Electric Cone Penetrometer. The VDL Variant of Acoustic Logging. References. Index.