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Ground-Water Hydrology and Hydraulics by David B. McWhorter and Daniel K. Sunada is an outgrowth of a course in groundwater hydrology and hydraulics taught for seniors and first-year graduate students in agricultural and chemical engineering, civil engineering, geology, and watershed science. This book, designed primarily as a textbook, has become a successful staple for many university courses dealing with this subject. The emphasis on basic physical and mathematical concepts have proven to be useful to professional hydrologists and hydrogeologists. A solid background in fundamentals and a thorough understanding of ground-water phenomena in idealized cases contributes immeasurably to imaginative and successful analysis, synthesis, and solution of field problems. Special Features: Contains 52 example problems illustrating applications and extensions of material in the text. There are a total of 145 problems and study questions. Answers are provided to more than 60 of the problems in the book.