Flows at Large Reynolds Numbers (H. Schmitt, Ed., written in German, with a few summaries of papers 1997, 360 pp., $152.00, hardbound, Computational and letters in English. Mechanics Publications, ISBN 1-85312-383-8). In- tended for scientists and engineers, this book describes Introduction to Geostatistics: Applications in the methods used to calculate flows at large Reynolds Hydrogeology (P. K. Kitanidis, 1997, 249 pp., $29.95, numbers, including inviscid flow methods, boundary paperbound, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 0- layer methods, viscous-inviscid interaction methods, 521-58747-6). The author wrote this book as a text for and Navier-Stokes equation methods. Contributed by a graduate course in geostatistics, addressing the prob- 21 experts in the field, the topics included in the 12 lem of representing the distribution of a parameter chapters focus on methods to calculate flows around based on a limited number of samples (analogous to airplanes, ships, turbines, and reentering space ve- objective analysis of radiosonde data). The approach hicles. The book is a volume in the publishers' Ad- is basically statistical with emphasis on linear mini- vances in Fluid Mechanics Series. mum-variance estimation methods and proceeds from simple cases to those with anisotropy, variable means, The Earth and the Cosmos: The Legacy of Hans
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Published: Jan 1, 1998
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