Applied Hydrogeophysics

  • Harry Vereecken
  • Andrew Binley
  • Giorgio Cassiani
  • Andre Revil
  • Konstantin Titov
Conference proceedings

Part of the NATO Science Series book series (NAIV, volume 71)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XII
  2. Harry Vereecken, Andrew Binley, Giorgio Cassiani, Andre Revil, Konstantin Titov
    Pages 1-8
  3. Niklas Linde, Jinsong Chen, Michael B. Kowalsky, Susan Hubbard
    Pages 9-44
  4. Tian-Chyi J. Yeh, Junfeng Zhu, Andreas Englert, Amado Guzman, Steve Flaherty
    Pages 45-74
  5. Giorgio Cassiani, Andrew Binley, Ty P.A. Ferré
    Pages 75-116
  6. Andreas Kemna, Andrew Binley, Frederick Day-Lewis, Andreas Englert, Bülent Tezkan, Jan Vanderborght et al.
    Pages 117-159
  7. Estella A. Atekwana, D. Dale Werkema, Eliot A. Atekwana
    Pages 161-193
  8. Helen K. French, Andrew Binley, Ivan Kharkhordin, Bernd Kulessa, Sergey S. Krylov
    Pages 195-232
  9. Mark Goldman, Uri Kafri
    Pages 233-254
  10. A. Revil, K. Titov, C. Doussan, V. Lapenna
    Pages 255-292
  11. Lee Slater, Andrew Binley
    Pages 293-317
  12. Vyacheslav M. Shestopalov, Yuriy F. Rudenko, Alexander S. Bohuslavsky, Volodymir N. Bublias
    Pages 341-376
  13. Back Matter
    Pages 377-383

About these proceedings


This book focuses on how hydrogeophysical methods can be applied to solve problems facing environmental engineers, geophysicists, agronomists, hydrologists, soil scientists and hydrogeologists. We present applications of hydrogeophysical methods to the understanding of hydrological processes and environmental problems dealing with the flow of water and the transport of solutes and contaminants. The majority of the book is organized as a series of process-driven chapters, each authored by leading experts. Areas covered include: infiltration and solute transport processes, biogeochemical functioning of soil-water systems, coastal groundwater interactions, cold region hydrology, engineered barriers and landfill processes. In addition, the book offers insight into the development of new data fusion methodologies, of value to many hydrogeophysical investigations, and provides an account how the rapidly developing self-potential technique can give valuable information about water fluxes and hydrochemical states within the subsurface.


Filtration Geoinformationssysteme Geophysics Infiltration Transport contaminants environment groundwater hydrology soil

Editors and affiliations

  • Harry Vereecken
    • 1
  • Andrew Binley
    • 2
  • Giorgio Cassiani
    • 3
  • Andre Revil
    • 4
  • Konstantin Titov
    • 5
  1. 1.Forschungszentrum Julich GmbHGermany
  2. 2.Lancaster UniversityUK
  3. 3.Università di Milano BicoccaItaly
  4. 4.Université Aix-Marseille, Aix-en-ProvenceFrance
  5. 5.State University of St. PetersburgRussia

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