Destructive Water: Water-Caused Natural Disas- FRIEND'97—Regional Hydrology Concepts and Models for Sustainable Water Resource Manage- ters Their Abatement and Control (G. Leavesley ment (A. Gustard et al., Eds., 1997, 363 pp., et al., Eds., 1997, 397 pp., $90.00, paperbound, $85.00, paperbound, IAHS Press, ISBN 1-901502- IAHS Press, ISBN 1-901502-00-7). This book pre- 35-X). The Flow Regimes from International Ex- sents 48 of the papers that were presented at a perimental and Network Data (FRIEND) research meeting on water-caused disasters held in Anaheim, program held a conference in October 1997 in California, in June 1996. The papers are arranged Postojna, Slovenia, on concepts and models for in five sections, starting with large floods, risk as- resource management. Some 39 papers were se- sessment and management, flood forecasting, eco- lected from the conference to represent the mate- logical and pollution problems, and ending with rial covered and are presented in this volume. The disaster preparedness. Scientists, engineers, and man- papers cover a variety of topics, sorted into eight agers working in hydrology will find this of interest. sections, covering spatial and temporal variability of runoff, extremes, flood frequency, and hydro- Sustainability of Water Resources under Increas- logical processes, to name a
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Published: Nov 1, 1998
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