Hydrology and Floodplain Analysis, 4th Edition. Philip B. Bedient, Rice University . Wayne C. Huber, Oregon State University. Baxter E. Vieux, University of. Summary: “Hydrology and Floodplain Analysis offers the clearest and most up-to- date presentation of the fundamental concepts and design methods required to. Hydrology and Floodplain Analysis, 6th Edition offers a clear and up-to-date presentation of fundamental concepts and design methods required to understand.
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This item has been replaced by Hydrology and Floodplain Analysis, 5th Edition. This text offers a clear and up-to-date presentation of fundamental concepts and design methods required to understand hydrology and floodplain analysis. It addresses the computational emphasis of modern hydrology and provides a balanced approach to important applications in watershed analysis, floodplain computation, flood hydrologh, urban hydrology, stormwater design, and computer modeling.
Worked examples are used to highlight theory, problem definition, solution methods, and computational approaches. Spreadsheet programs and data sets —Used in hydrology and hydraulics on a daily basis. Allows students to apply simple computer models to actual hydrology problems.
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He received the Ph. He is a registered professional engineer and teaches and performs research in surface hydrology, modeling, and flood prediction systems, and ground water hydrology.
He has floorplain over 50 research projects over the past 31 years, and has written over journal articles and conference proceedings over that time. He has also written four textbooks in the area of surface and groundwater hydrology.
He received the Shell Distinguished Chair in environmental science —92the C. He has been actively involved in developing computer systems for flood prediction and warning, and recently directed the development of a real-time flood alert system FAS2 for the Texas Medical Center TMC in Houston. The first high technology radar was deployed in in the TMC in Houston as part of the on-going flood warning system developed for the Texas Medical Center.
Bedient floodplqin overseen the monitoring, modeling, and remediation at numerous hazardous waste sites, including six Superfund sites, and U. Air Force bases in five states. He bediwnt extensive experience in contaminant transport at sites impacted with chlorinated solvents and fuels. He has served on two National Academy of Science committees relating to environmental remediation and technology, and has received research funding from NSF, the U. Department of Defense, the State of Texas, the U.
Army Corps of Engineers, and the City of Houston. His doctoral work at the Massachusetts Institute f,oodplain Technology hydrklogy with thermal stratification in reservoirs, for which he received the Lorenz G.
He is a member of several technical societies and has served several administrative functions within the ASCE.
Hydrology and Floodplain Analysis
He is the author of over reports and qnd papers, is a registered professional engineer, and has served as a consultant on numerous studies done by public agencies and private engineering firms. Analyis is one of the original authors of the EPA Storm Water Management Model and has helped to maintain and improve the model continuously since Huber is an internationally recognized authority on runoff quantity and quality processes in urban areas.
Before joining OU inhe held a professorship at Michigan State University teaching watershed management after earning his PhD there. Span urban and rural hydrology, the model has worldwide applicability. A patent is held for a method of realtime distributed model calibration. Consultative services include major corporations and engineering companies, and domestic and international water agencies. We don’t recognize floodplsin username or password.
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