The Geology of Hydrogeology


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The Geology of Hydrogeology
1010402The Geology of HydrogeologyBefore going into the field or performing fieldwork, the hydrogeologist needs to have a general understanding and a knowledge of subsurface information. Engineers who work with geologic information may have forgotten geologic terms or can’t remember what they mean. This chapter is a reference on geologic topics and how they are specifically applied to hydrogeology.Why is it important to understand the geologic setting? Perhaps the following questions will help. Is the area structurally complex? Are the rocks metamorphic, igneous, or sedimentary? …
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Willis Weight: Hydrogeology Field Manual, Second Edition. The Geology of Hydrogeology, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2008 2001), AccessEngineering Export