catastrophe s occur. Chapters include makin g the de- Computer Models of Watershed Hydrology (Vijay P. cisio n to hav e or no t to hav e a conference , the varied Singh , Ed., 1995, 1144 pp., $95.00, hardbound, Wa- te r Resources Publications, Inc., ISB N 0-918334- type s of meetings that can be organized, preparing 91-8) . Ove r the pas t three decade s watershed models announcements , choosing participants, decisions and hav e becom e increasingly comprehensive, covering not tip s concernin g whethe r to publis h proceedings , fun d only hydrolog y but social and managemen t sciences as raisin g and mone y allocation, travel guidelines, and well . Wit h the assistance of 53 well-know n hydrolo- loca l tourist attractions. Supported b y 18 appendixes, gists , Singh presents a spectru m of 26 watershe d hy- includin g schedule outlines and equipmen t checklists, drolog y computer models. These present-generation thi s step-by-step text is designed to provid e purpose models , which address complex environmental and an d orde r to an even t and to direc t organizer s through wate r resourc e problems
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Aug 1, 1997
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