Handbook of Technical Terms of Soil and Water Engineering

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Mohammad Albaji (Author)¹
Lamya Neissi (Author)
Soroor Hendali (Author)

¹ Faculty of Water Science Engineering, Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz, Iran

Series: Environmental Science, Engineering and Technology
BISAC: TEC010000

This book is designed as a text for undergraduate soil and water engineering courses and as preliminary reading for postgraduate courses in soil and water engineering. It is hoped that it will also be of value to specialists, experts and engineers already in the field and to students preparing for the M.Sc. and PhD examinations. The texts and exercises are based on my lecture courses to undergraduate water science engineers augmented by material prepared for extramural short courses. Wherever possible, illustrations have been used to clarify the texts. The purpose of this book is to bring together and integrate in a single text the subject matter that deals with soil and water engineering. The book is divided into 24 chapters and is intended for students, researchers, and professionals working on various aspects of soil and water engineering. Various soil and water subjects have been discussed in the chapters.

 

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CONTENTS

Preface
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1 Soil Formation
Chapter 2 Soil Classification
Chapter 3 Soil Physics
Chapter 4 Soil Chemistry
Chapter 5 Soil Biology
Chapter 6 Soil Microbiology
Chapter 7 Saline and Alkaline Soils
Chapter 8 Soil Texture
Chapter 9 Soil Nutrition
Chapter 10 Soil Mechanics
Chapter 11 Soil Fertility
Chapter 12 Soil Erosion
Chapter 13 Soil and Land Evaluation
Chapter 14 Organic Matter
Chapter 15 Soil Moisture
Chapter 16 Evapotranspiration
Chapter 17 Irrigation – Part 1
Chapter 18 Irrigation – Part 2
Chapter 19 Drainage
Chapter 20 Surface Water
Chapter 21 Ground Water
Chapter 22 Water Quality Indices
Chapter 23 Waste Water
Chapter 24 Water and Soil Conservation
About the Authors
Index

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