Hydrology. The fundamental basis of hydraulic engineering, 1919

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Title[edit]

Hydrology: The Fundamental Basis of Hydraulic Engineering


Authors, Editions, Dates[edit]

]http://www.history-of-hydrology.net/mediawiki/index.php?title=Mead,_Daniel_W#LinksDaniel Webster Mead], 1st edition, 1919

647pp

Earlier version as Notes on Hydrology and the Application of its Laws to the Problems of Hydraulic Engineering, 1904, University of Wisconsin

2nd edition, 1950, revised by Harold Mead, son of Daniel, with addition of new chapter on drought.

Publisher, Place[edit]

McGraw-Hill: New York Hill Publishing Co.: London

Language[edit]

English

ISBN[edit]

Contents[edit]

i. Introduction

II. Water - its occurrence, utilisation and control

III. Some fundamental theories

IV. Winds and Storms

V. Hydrometry

VI. Atmospheric moisture and evaporation

VII. Precipitation

VIII. Rainfall Measurements and Records

IX. Annual Rainfall in the United States and its Variation

X. Seasonal Rainfall in the United States and its Variation

XI. Great Rainfalls

XII. Rainfall and Altitude

XIII. Geological Agencies and their Work

XIV. Geology

XV. Ground Waters

XVI. Stream Flow or Runoff

XVII. Variation in Runoff or Stream Discharge

XVIII. Estimating Runoff

XIX. Floods and Flood Flows

XX. The Application of Hydrology

Links[edit]

Hydrology: The fundamental basis of hydraulic engineering, 1919

Notes on Hydrology, 1904