Subsurface Flow and Transport A Stochastic Approach
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This book describes a major method in modeling the flow of water and transport of solutes in the subsurface, a subject of considerable interest in the exploitation and preservation of water resources. The stochastic approach allows the uncertainty that affects various properties and parameters to be incorporated in models of subsurface flow and transport. These much more realistic models are of greater use in, for example, modeling the transport and buildup of contaminants in groundwater. The book is a valuable reference work for graduate students, research workers and professionals in government and public institutions, and for those interested in hydrology, environmental issues, soil physics, petroleum engineering, geological engineering and applied mathematics.
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 10/20/2005
Size: 8.25" wide x 11.50" long x 0.50" tall
|Stochastic modeling of flow and transport: the broad perspective|
|Subsurface Characterization and Parameter Estimation|
|Characterization of geological heterogeneity|
|Application of geostatistics in subsurface hydrology|
|Formulations and computational issues of the inversion of random fields|
|Flow Modeling and Aquifer Management|
|Groundwater in heterogeneous formations|
|Aspects of numerical methods in multiphase flows|
|Incorporating uncertainty into aquifer management models|
|Transport in Heterogeneous Aquifers|
|Transport of inert solutes by groundwater: recent developments and current issues|
|Transport of reactive solutes|
|Nonlocal reactive transport with physical and chemical heterogeneity: linear nonequilibrium sorption with random rate coefficients|
|Perspectives on field scale application of stochastic subsurface hydrology|
|Fractured Rocks and Unsaturated Soils|
|Component characterization: an approach to fracture hydrology|
|Stochastic analysis of solute transport in partially saturated heterogeneous soils|
|Field scale modeling of immiscible organic chemical spills|
|Stochastic approach to subsurface flow and transport: a view to the future|