Advances in Theoretical Hydrology. A Tribute to James Dooge by J. P. O'Kane

By J. P. O'Kane

This Festschrift containing 16 invited essays and papers is a tribute to the prestigious Irish hydrologist James Dooge at the celebration of his seventieth birthday. His former scholars, colleagues and neighbors in fourteen nations, have supplied a assorted choice on his favorite subject matters: circulate in open channels and unsaturated soil, and likewise from his significant curiosity of contemporary years, huge scale hydrology and international change.

The ebook has 3 sections. the 1st part on hydrological techniques comprises six papers. the second one part on huge scale hydrology has 4 papers. Six ancient, reflective and philosophical essays at the prior and way forward for the hydrological sciences shape the 3rd part of the e-book

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Nevertheless we shall find it a very useful first approximation. Eliminating H(w) from (21) and (22) we find (Philip, 1957a): Ε =£p hp - /z a 1 - /la 1 > h0 > /z a (23) The hydrology of milled peat production 37 where /z a = c a/ c s t a is the relative humidity of the a t m o s p h e r e at the reference height; /z 0 = c 0/ c s t ais the relative humidity of the air in the peat surface at ζ = 0, and is found by inserting ipm (0) into (15b): ho = exp M ^ m( 0 ) (24) RT During the isothermal drying of wet peats, the precise value of h â i s no t im portant i n equatio n (23 ) fo r smal l value s o f r , sinc e h 0 = 1 , E/E p = 1 an d £ p drive s th e model .

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