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new publications Reflections on Hydrology: Science and Practice factors are studied in more detail. This book at- tempts to provide a thorough (if not comprehen- [N. Buras, Ed., 1997, 314 pp., $35.00 ($24.50 for sive) coverage of the field. Some 33 experts in this AGU members), hardbound, American Geophysi- field from many countries have contributed to the cal Union, ISBN 0-87590-874-8]. The Department 20 chapters, which are divided into three parts. Part of Hydrology and Water Resources at The Univer- I covers the chemistry of condensed phases, from sity of Arizona began a series of annual lectures in the solid-water interface, to organic contaminants, the early 1980s to perpetuate the memory of Chester C. Kiesel. These 11 lectures discuss recent devel- to microbiologically mediated reactions. Atmo- opments on hydrology as well as long-standing spheric environmental chemistry is treated in Part problems and are quite varied in content, ranging II, including aerosols and gases of the troposphere from classic approaches of water source, sink, and and stratosphere. The last part includes topics on storage, to the complicated questions of water con- applied environmental chemistry such as sample tamination, management, and economics, as well collection, bioremediation, and metal-phytoplank- as other factors related to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-79.8.1724
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Reflections on Hydrology: Science and Practice factors are studied in more detail. This book at- tempts to provide a thorough (if not comprehen- [N. Buras, Ed., 1997, 314 pp., $35.00 ($24.50 for sive) coverage of the field. Some 33 experts in this AGU members), hardbound, American Geophysi- field from many countries have contributed to the cal Union, ISBN 0-87590-874-8]. The Department 20 chapters, which are divided into three parts. Part of Hydrology and Water Resources at The Univer- I covers the chemistry of condensed phases, from sity of Arizona began a series of annual lectures in the solid-water interface, to organic contaminants, the early 1980s to perpetuate the memory of Chester C. Kiesel. These 11 lectures discuss recent devel- to microbiologically mediated reactions. Atmo- opments on hydrology as well as long-standing spheric environmental chemistry is treated in Part problems and are quite varied in content, ranging II, including aerosols and gases of the troposphere from classic approaches of water source, sink, and and stratosphere. The last part includes topics on storage, to the complicated questions of water con- applied environmental chemistry such as sample tamination, management, and economics, as well collection, bioremediation, and metal-phytoplank- as other factors related to

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