The authors begin by outlining fundamental hydrologic theories and the current general knowledge then expand into a formal discussion specific to Hawaii and the distinctive elements and their inter-relations under natural and human-influenced conditions. They include chapters on rainfall and climate, evaporation, groundwater, and surface run-off. Details on the quantification of hydrologic processes are available to those with more technical knowledge, but interested general readers will find much in this volume that is timely and accessible.L. S. Hamilton, J. O. Juvik, and F. N. Scatena, 165a182. ... C2. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Geological Survey. 90 p. Kroopnick, P. M., D. Thomas, L. S. Lau, R. W. Buddemeier, and D. Bills. 1980. ... Personal Computer version 5.2, Usera#39;s manual , Earth Sciences Division, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Colorado. Lao, C.
|Title||:||Hydrology of the Hawaiian Islands|
|Author||:||Leung-Ku Stephen Lau, John Francis Mink|
|Publisher||:||University of Hawaii Press - 2006|