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Water Resources Publications, LLC

In Business Since 1971

Year 2001 Catalogue

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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PART PART A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

PART 1 ~ New Publications


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I - New Publications (In Alphabetical Order - not listed in Index) .........3 - 19 II - General Publications .......................................................................20 - 38 General Hydrology, Surface Hydrology ......................................................20 - 22 Groundwater, Porous Media, Karst Waters................................................23 - 28 Hydraulics, Fluid Mechanics, Hydraulic Engineering ............................... 28 - 30 Sediment and Rivers ..................................................................................31 - 32 Statistics, Probability and Stochastic Processes in Water Resources.....32 - 33 Irrigation......................................................................................................33 - 34 Drainage .....................................................................................................34 - 35 Water Resources Assessment, Planning, Management, Law, and Knowledge Transfer ................................................................36 - 37 I. Measurements of Fluids ...............................................................................37-38 J. Environmental / Educational Topics ...........................................................38 - 38 PART III - Computer Programs ........................................................................38 - 49 PART IV - US Soil Conservation Service Publications .................................50 - 52 A. Agricultural Engineering.....................................................................................50 B. Construction.......................................................................................................50 C. Dams..................................................................................................................50 D. Drainage .....................................................................................................50 - 51 E. Geology..............................................................................................................51 F. Hydraulics & Hydraulic Engineering ..................................................................51 G. Hydrology ...................................................................................................51 - 52 H. Irrigation .............................................................................................................52 I. Miscellaneous ....................................................................................................52 J. Soil Engineering ................................................................................................52 K. Structural Engineering .......................................................................................52 PART V - Books Still in Print ..............................................................................53 - 53 PART VI - Forthcoming Books ...................................................................................53 PART VII - Title Index .........................................................................................54 - 58 Order Form ..................................................................................................................59 General Information ....................................................................................................60

Analysis and Design of Step-Drawdown Tests


by Michael Kasenow , 215 pp, SPB, plus Computer Program,

(Cat. No. STP) $45

his book provides in-depth knowledge, examples, and instruction in the use of current step-drawdown analytical methods, including solutions that can confirm results. The program solves for aquifer loss, well loss, specific capacity, transmissivity and more. ISBN 1887201-15-7. Publ. 1999 WRP.

Applied Ground-Water Hydrology and W ell Hydraulics ~ 2nd Edition


by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D.

Now 856 pp, SC, 8.5 x 11, 1 computer program plus manual, (Cat. No. AGWH2) $129

ABBREVIATIONS:
ASAE - American Society of Agricultural Engineers ASCE - American Society of Civil Engineers CSU - Colorado State University ILRI - International Institute for Land Reclamation Improvement NIWA - National Inst, of Water and Atmospheric Research LTD. SCS - U.S. Soil Conservation Service USDA - U.S. Department of Agriculture

USDI - US Department of the Interior IBM is a registered trademark of International Business USGS - United States Geological Survey Machines Corporation. HC - Hardbound cover IAHR - Intl. Assoc. for Hydraulic Research SC - Softbound cover KUL - Kultura, Hungary SPB - Spiralbound cover MWCOG - Metropolitan Washington Council of USBR - US Bureau of Reclamation Governments

he second edition of Dr. Kasenows highly acclaimed first edition provides review and application in regard to the mechanics of ground-water flow and aquifer analysis. Using common language and carefully constructed illustra- This 2nd Edition: shows how the Theis Solution can be solved tions, this book has been written for those of us simply and without the curve. who think visually. The mathematics have been provides a chapter on theory and utility of the enhanced and thoroughly demonstrated storage coefficient. through the use of many solved example prob introduces an equation that solves for well interference drawdown in unconfined aquifers. lems that do not skip essential steps in the solu provides new methods in regard to step-drawdown tion process. Chapters in the first half of the tests, the utility of coefficients B and C, and the book emphasize ground-water hydrology. The well performance equations. second half of the book details aquifer analysis, shows how Darcys Law, the Theis Equation and a subject extremely important to almost every the Cooper-Jacob solution can be used to predict aquifer performance over time and distance. aspect of the ground-water industry. This book provides a chapter on steady-flow problems. also includes and expands upon ground-water shows how capture zone problems can be solved. flow problems, fractured rock and karst provides regression analysis as a pumping test aquifers, double porosity, flow nets, recharge solution process. and discharge functions of aquifers, step-draw demonstrates how the storage coefficient can be down tests, production well analysis, the storobtained using recovery solutions. age coefficient, regression analysis, transmis provides chapters on production well performance. sive properties of aquifers, well field analysis, provides a chapter on cost effective methods, including grain-size analysis and slug-and-bail and much more. Almost all of the chapters have down approximations. been expanded to include more detail, illustra completes the learning process with a chapter on tions and solved problems. well field analysis. The AquiferTest for Windows Computer Program (Student Version) from Waterloo Ask about our Hydrogeologic Inc., comes with the text. A solution manual is also educational discount available. ISBN 1-887201-28-9. Publ. 2000, WRP.
Professional ground-water scientists have praised the research provided by Dr. Kasenow:
"He possesses a wonderfully articulate yet pragmatic method of conveying his thoughts, intuitions and application of theory. His work stands the test of time." Walter J. Bolt, Senior Project Manager, PM Environmental, Inc. "Dr. Kasenows books present relatively complex concepts in easy to understand graphic form without oversimplification." Dana R. Unangst, Project Manager, Insight Environmental Services, Inc. "Once one uses Dr. Kasenow's data evaluation programs, you are left with the feeling of 'why did I waste my time with other programs?' " Mark. B. Sweatman, CPG, President, Insight Environmental Services, Inc.

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APE T OOLBOX Package


(Cat No. APETP) $175
Includes:

Outperf orms mor e expensiv A must e aquifer te for any us st program er concerne Satisfact s d ab
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BASIN - A Computer Program


for the Design of Level-Basin Irrigation Systems Ver 2.0, 58 pp, SC, (Cat. No. BAS) $25
by A.J. Clemmens, A.R. Dedrick, R.J. Strand

APE 4.1 Computer Program Aquifer Parameter Estimator: Problems and Solutions (Cat. No. APE, also sold separately, see page
24.) Hard Cover, 248 pp), ISBN 0-918334-94-2, by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D., & Paul Pare

BORDER - A Computer Program for Management Aid for Sloping Border Irrigation Systems Ver 1.0, 56 pp, SC, (Cat. No. BOR) $25 - by T.S. Strelkoff, A.J.
Clemmens, B.V. Schmidt, E.J. Slosky

APE Hydrogeologic Toolbox (Supplemental Manual


- Soft Cover, 46 pp) ISBN 1-887201-07-6, by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D., & Paul Pare

Introduction to Aquifer Analysis (sold separately, see page 14)


(Soft Cover, 574 pp) ISBN 1-887201-06-8, by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D., & Paul Pare

This computer program was developed to assist the user with the physical and hydraulic design of level-basin irrigation systems. It does not include economics. The program is menu driven for easy user interaction. It includes modes and one mode for evaluation of an irrigation event. Publ. 1995, USDA.

This software is designed to provide the user with overviews of predicted system performance., It is meant both for the designer of the physical system and the manager of a given, already built system. Publ. 1996, USDA.

PE TOOLBOX Package is a hydrogeologic workshop that is both an engineering and teaching tool. The computer program estimates aquifer parameters using a variety of proven methods including Theisian time, distance-drawdown and recovery methods; time, distance-drawdown Cooper-Jacob solutions, Hantush Inflection Point, steady-state, specific capacity, and variable pumping rate solutions. The APE 4.1 computer program package provides methods and results that hydrogeologists need, including: step-drawdown, well efficiency and capture zone analysis. The ability to model an aquifer test is also included. Unlike some programs that provide limited data sets, the APE TOOLBOX provides many data sets that can be used to test these methods. Publ. 1997, WRP.
Limits of the transient and steady-rate cones of depressions can be estimated Specific capacity at various discharges can be predicted Calculates aquifer loss (B) and well loss (C) coefficients Methods include Theisian Kasenow-Sheahan, theisian Sensitivity Analysis, Cooper-Jacob Array and Theis Recovery, (analytical and regression analysis) Kewecki (analytical and regression analysis), Birsoy and Summers (analytical and regression analysis), three step-test solutions as developed by Bierschenk, Jacob and Kasenow, and more! Extensive output includes T, S, K, s, to, ro, rL, sp, Z(), , W(), W(), Q/s B, r/B, si, ti, K, and more! and YES, it is VERY EASY TO USE!

Bridge Scour
by Bruce W. Melville & Stephen E. Coleman

577 pp, SC, 8.5 x 11", (Cat. No. BSR) $78

Applications
Confined, unconfined, leaky confined aquifer analysis Time and distance-drawdown solutions Verifies Theis assumptions without curve matching Verifies best fit of semilog slope Variable discharge analysis Constant rate recovery and variable discharge recovery methods 3 Step-drawdown tests are provided Well performance tests Production well analysis Capture zone analysis Simple modeling Pump test modeling Unconfined drawdowns can be corrected for dewatering

he major damage to bridges occurs during floods. Damage is caused for various reasons, the main reason being scour at bridge foundations, namely piers and abutments. This book covers the description of, analysis of, and design for scour at bridge foundations. The central focus is the combination of old and new design methods into a comprehensive methodology for bridgescour design. The book is based upon an extensive summary of existing research results and design experience, such material not being previously adequately collated. The book serves as both a handy reference text, and also a manual for the practicing bridge designer. Thirty-one detailed case studies of scour-induced bridge failure are presented in Chapter 2 to provide designers with an understanding of processes involved and also cases against which design methodologies can be tested. The data and basic engineering analyses required for bridge scour estimation are discussed in Chapter 3. Detailed descriptions and procedures for estimation of general scour, contraction scour and local scour are given in Chapters 4, 5 and 6, respectively. A summary of the procedures for total scour depth estimation is presented in Chapter 7 in the form of an overall design method for scour analysis. Worked examples are provided in Chapter 8 to illustrate application of the proposed design methodology to a variety of situations, including a number of the presented case studies. Chapter 9 presents principles applicable to scour-resistant design, together with a comprehensive summary of scour protection methods and remedial methods for bridge scour. From the Table of Contents: Chapt. 1 - Introduction Chapt. 2 - Bridge Failure Mechanisms: Chapt. 3 - Data and Basis Engineering Analysis for Bridge Scour Estimation Chapt. 4 General scour Chapt. 5 - Contraction Scour Chapt. 6 - Local Scour at Piers and Abutments Chapt. 7 - Summary of Design Method Chapt. 8 - Application of Design Method Chapt. 9 - Scour Countermeasures References Appendix I - Data for Local Scour Depth Appendix II - Shape Factors for Uniform Piers by Various Investigators. ISBN 1-887201-

ATLAS-CD US Rainfall
1 CD-ROM, (Cat. No. ATLASCD) $49 The following documents and maps are contained on this CD: 1. NOAA Atlas (1973) - Precipitation Frequency Atlas of the Western United States 2. TP-40 Maps and HYDRO-35 Maps by National Weather Service (1961 & 1977) 3. TP-49 Maps by National Weather Service (1964) - Rainfall Frequency Atlas of the United States 4. Bulletin 71 by National Weather Service, NOAA, and Illinois Department of Energy and Natural Resources (1992) Rainfall Frequency Atlas of the Midwest. 4 Phone (800) 736-2405 Fax (720) 873-0173 Email: wrpllc@qwest.net

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Canal Automation Pilot Project - Phase I Report


Ver 2.0, 58 pp, SC, (Cat. No. CAPP) $25- by A.J. Clemmens, E. Bautista, R.J. Strand Phase I of the Salt River Project Canal Automation Pilot Project consisted of the development of a canal control system for SRPs upper Arizona Canal and testing with computer simulation. Publ. 1995, USDA. Phone (800) 736-2405 Fax (720) 873-0173 Email: wrpllc@qwest.net 5

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Channel Design and Flow Analysis + Computer Program


100+ pp, SC, (Cat. No. CDFA) $85
by James Guo

Controlling Urban Runoff: A Practical Manual for Planning and Designing Urban BMPs
275 pp, SC, (Cat. No. CUR) $40
by Thomas R. Schueler

Dams Part III - Kinds of Problems Part IV - Significant Accidents and Failures Part V - Preventive and Remedial Engineering. Printed 1983, USDI (USBR).

A practical and applicable approach to analyzing, classifying, and designing open channel flow. From the Table of Contents: Chapter 1: Open-Channel Hydraulics - A Review -- Classifications Of Channels -- Channel Cross Section Elements Classifications Of Open-Channel Flow Velocity Distribution Uniform Flow Energy Principle Momentum Principle Critical Flow Chapter 2: Steady Varied Flow -- Gradually Varied Flow Rapidly Varied Flow Applications Of Energy Principle Rise And Drop Of Water Surface Water Surface Profile Computations Application Of Specific Force Principle Chapter 3: Channel Design And Flow Analysis -- Natural Channel Grass Lined Channel Riprap Channel Concrete-Lined Channel Freeboard Drop Structure Introduction Of The Computer Model - Tpflow Case Studies Chapter 4: Composite Channel Design And Flow Analysis -- Composite Channel Types Of Composite Channels Determination Of Roughness Coefficients Conveyance And Flow Analysis Design Criteria And Concerns Introduction To The Computer Model Compch Case Study Chapter 5: Most Efficient Channel Sections -- Definition Types Of Composite Channels Determination Of Roughness Coefficients Conveyance And Flow Analysis Design Criteria And Concerns Introduction To The Computer Model Compch Case Study Chapter 6: Conduit Hydraulics -- Open Channel Hydraulics In Conduits Culvert Hydraulics Inlet Control Culvert Outlet Control Culvert General Considerations For Culvert Design Introduction To The Piflow Model Design Examples Chapter 7: Design Of A Curve Channel -- Channel Roughness Coefficient Freeboard And Channel Depth Superelevation Limiting Radius Of The Curved Reach Transition Curves Between Straight Reach And Curve Reach Cross Waves At A Bend Oblique Jump At The Outer Bank At A Bend Oblique Drop Induced By The Inner Bank At A Bend Simplified Solutions Of Cross Waves Through A Curved Channel Case Study Chapter 8 -- Roll Waves in High Gradient Channels Flow Regimes Instability of Channel Flows Heights of Roll Waves Chapter 9 -- Unsteady Open Channel Flow Continuity Principle Momentum Principle Slopes Case 1: Steady Flow Case 2: Steady Non-Uniform Flow Case 3: Steady Uniform Flow Flood Waves and Kinematic Waves Chapter 10 -- Kinematic Wave Modeling Governing Equations for Kinematic Waves Kinematic Wave Solutions for Overland Flow Kinematic Wave Numerical Scheme for Channel Routing References. ISBN 1-887201-09-2. In print 1999, WRP. Order both books (CDFA and UDINLET) by J.C.Y. Guo for $144, see page 35

Design of Small Dams


Third Edition, 1987

This manual provides detailed guidance for engineers and site planners on how to plan and design urban Best Management Practices (BMPs) to remove pollutants and protect stream habitat. It describes water quality and habitat impact in streams that result from uncontrolled watershed development, and contains a simple method for estimating pollutant export from development sites. It presents a series of tools to assist the site designer in selecting the best BMP option for a site. Publ. 1987, MWCOG.

904 pp, SC, (Cat. No. DSD) $85 Many of the theoretical concepts presented in this 3rd edition can be applied to large or small dam structures. Printed 1983 USDI (USBR).

A Current Assessment of Urban Best Management Practices: Techniques for Reducing Nonpoint Source Pollution in the Coastal Zone
127 pp, SC, (Cat. No. CAUB) $30 by Anacostia Restoration Team: Tom Schueler, Peter Kumble and Maureen Heraty, principal authors This report summarizes the capabilities and limitations of structural best management practices in current use for the control of the quality of urban runoff. It addresses issues of particular concern to the coastal zone. Publ. 1992, MWCOG.

Design of Stormwater W etland Systems: Guidelines for Creating Diverse and Effective Stormwater W etlands in the Mid-Atlantic Region
134 pp, SC (Cat. No. DSWS) $25 prepared by Thomas R. Schueler The manual presents integrated and comprehensive design criteria for the construction of stormwater wetland systems in the mid-Atlantic region. It reviews 4 basic design variations for stormwater wetlands, and reviews factors that improve pollutant removal capability. Also included is a review of wetland performance monitoring data, and a revised native plant guide for pondscaping. Publ. 1992, MWCOG.

Determination of Aquifer Parameters Using Regression Analysis - 2nd


Edition - 57 pp, SC, (Cat. No. DAP2) $40 by Michael Kasenow

Dams and Public Safety


344 pp, SC, (Cat. No. DPS) $49
by Robert B. Jansen

Clearing and Grading Strategies for Urban Watersheds


97 pp, SC, (Cat. No. CGSU) $25, by Kathy Corish This guide presents methods for preventing erosion through preservation of existing vegetation and natural gradients, minimization of clearing and grading, and proper construction site management. Publ. 1995, MWCOG. 6 Phone (800) 736-2405 Fax (720) 873-0173 Email: wrpllc@qwest.net

This book tries to explain practical methods that are of value in the care and treatment of dams. The material presented is drawn from sources worldwide. Some of the practices described or recommended are derived from theory and others are empirical, but all are directed toward the effective management of the problems that may develop at dams and reservoirs. From the Table of Contents: Part I - Dams from the Beginning Part II - Safety of

This publication provides theory and application for the solution of confined pumping test data, using the Cooper-Jacob method along with regression and array analysis. Both the book and computer programs are user friendly, and they have been extensively tested. 2nd edition, ISBN 1-887201-16-5, 1999, WRP. 7

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Drainage Manual
Second Edition 1993

Engineering Geology - Field


Manual, Vol Vol I 478 pp, SC, (Cat. No. EGFM), $58, 2nd Edition, 1998 This manual establishes common guideline procedures and concepts for the collection, evaluation, and presentation of geologic information. Publ. USBR.

350 pp, SC, (Cat. No. DM) $35 A guide to integrating plant, soil, and water relationships for drainage of irrigated lands. It contains the engineering tools and concepts useful in planning, constructing, and maintaining drainage systems for successful long term irrigation projects. Also a reference for making accurate estimates of drainage requirements. Reprinted 2nd edition 1993, USDI (USBR).

Environmental Modeling
456 pp, HC, (Cat No. EMSINGH) $58 edited by V.P. Singh, I.W. Seo, J.H. Sonu

Easy to Use Tables of Specific Capacity


SC, (Cat. No. EUTSC), $15 by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D. These tables are an invaluable tool in estimating transmissivity by using drawdown measured from a production well. ISBN 1887201-26-2. Publ. WRP 2000.

Earth Manual -

PART 1 A guide to the use of soils as foundations and as construction materials for hydraulic structures

329 pp, SC, (Cat. No. EM1) $40, 3rd Edition, 1998 A guide and aid for the construction of a safe and stable structure with utmost concern for the safety of lives. Publ. USBR.

Easy to Use Theisian Tables

Earth Manual -

PART 2 (3rd Ed) 1278 pp, SC, (Cat. No. EM2), $95 This manual contains standardized procedures that have been determined desirable for securing uniform results throughout reclamation. Publ. USBR 1997.

SC, (Cat. No. EUTT), $15 by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D. Over 1300 pairs of matching and W() values that are required in the Theis solution to estimate discharge, drawdown, pumping time, observation distance, limit of the transient cone of depression, and specific capacity, when transmissivity and the storage coefficient can be estimated or are known. ISBN 1-887201-12-2. Publ. WRP 2000.

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The papers contained in this book, represent one part of the conference contributions from the Proceedings of the International Conference on Water, Environment, Ecology, Socio-economics and Health Engineering (WEESHE) held October 18-21, 1999. The other parts are embodied in three separate companion books entitled, Hydrologic Modeling, Hydraulic Modeling, and Water Resources Planning and Management, These books can be treated almost independently, although considerable interconnectedness exists amongst them. This book contains seven sections ~ Buy all 4 books ~ for $176 encompassing major aspects of environand save 20% see pages 12 and 19 mental and ecosystem modeling. Beginning with a discussion of water quality in the first section, the papers go on to discuss water quality monitoring in Section 2, water pollution in Section 3, municipal landfills and underground storage in Section 4, wastewater treatment in Section 5, ecosystem modeling in Section 6, and environmental risk in Section 7. These books will be of interest to researchers as well as to those engaged in practice of agricultural engineering, civil engineering, environmental engineering, ecological engineering, and earth sciences, forest resources, hydrology, and water resources. The graduate students as well as those wishing to conduct research in environmental and ecosystem modeling will find this book to be of value. ISBN 1887201-23-8. Publ. 1999, WRP.

Environmental Engineering and Health Sciences


476 pp, SC, (Cat. No. EEHS) $58
edited by J.A. Raynal, J.R. Nuckols, R. Reyes, and M. Ward

Flood Hydrology Manual


258 pp, SC, (Cat. No. FHM) $30,
by Arthur G. Cudworth, Jr.

Fluid Mechanics: An Interactive Text


CD ROM (Cat. No. FMCD) $100
by James A. Liggett, PhD. and David A. Caughey, PhD., Cornell Univ

his book contains forty two papers from the International Symposium on Environmental Engineering and Health Sciences: A Joint Effort for the XXI Century that was organized to provide a forum for the interdisciplinary exchange of views on all aspects of these sciences. The papers addressed issues concerning environmental engineering and health sciences. The research showed that these two sciences are bound together by the most important user of all: Man. The papers are grouped in 4 sections: Fundamentals of Environmental Engineering and Health Sciences which contains ten papers on chemical hormesis, kinematic wave theory, analytical techniques, systemic organizations, and economizing water use and pollution; Exposure Assessment contains twelve papers on pesticides, water supply, radon, solid waste, heavy metals, air quality and asthmatic attacks, and respiratory diseases; Risk Assessment contains seven papers on water quality, cancer risk assessment, and cholera; and Environmental Engineering Applications contains thirteen papers on heavy metals, pesticide removal, bioreactors, atmospheric contamination, and hazardous waste. ISBN 1-887201-17-3. Publ. WRP 2000. Phone (800) 736-2405 Fax (720) 873-0173 Email: wrpllc@qwest.net

This manual concentrates on three major technical aspects of flood hydrology: (1) hydrometeorology related to probable maximum precipitation determinations, (2) probable maximum flood hydrograph determinations, and (3) statistics and probabilities relating to the magnitude and frequency of flood flows. Reprinted 3rd edition 1992, USDI (USBR).

Illustrates difficult concepts through video and removes the drudgery of performing intense engineering calculations. 15 comprehensive chapters including glossary and index, dynamic animation, interactive simulations, computational tools, active graphs and equations with easy-to-use calculators, a talking text and pictures that move. PC or Macintosh. Publ. 1998, ASCE.

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A First Course in Fluid Mechanics for Civil Engineers


by Donald D. Gray, Ph.D. 487 pp, HC, (Cat. No. FCFM), $65

Gravel Bed Rivers in the Environment


edited by P. C. Klingeman, R. L. Beschta, P. D. Komar, and J. B. Bradley

his book is based on over twenty years of classroom experience, and is intended as a text for a one semester introduction to fluid mechanics for students of civil engineering and related fields such as environmental and agricultural engineering. Although intentionally shorter than most other introductory fluid mechanics textbooks, this book is characterized by distinctive features which make it particularly suitable for its intended audience. Among these are: Emphasis on the head concept throughout the text. Use of the Euler Equation in natdepths in open channels. ural coordinates to demonstrate the Use of the Henderson criterion importance and limitations of the parto determine when the Manning allel flow assumption. equation is valid and when the fric Development of the conservation tion factor must be used in open equations using an easily understood channel computations. balance principle rather than the need Use of the easily understood lessly abstract Reynolds Transport Ipsen method for dimensional analTheorem. ysis. Careful distinction between the Interpretation of dimensionless ideal Bernoulli equation and the numbers as time ratios as well as mechanical energy equation with loss the traditional force ratios. terms. A chapter devoted to physical Use of the total and piezometric hydraulic models, including distorthead lines for the qualitative analysis ed models. of pipe flows. Use of the latest Crane techniques for minor losses in pipe flows. Clarification of when it is permissible to use gage pressure rather than absolute pressure in the momentum equation. Use of three dimensional plots of the specific head function to clarify the concepts of alternate and critical From the Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION -- Chapter 2: FLUID PROPERTIES -- Chapter 3: HYDROSTATICS 1 -- Chapter 4: HYDROSTATICS 2 -- Chapter 5: FUNDAMENTALS OF FLUID DYNAMICS -- Chapter 6: THE PRINCIPLE OF BALANCE AND THE CONTINUITY EQUATION -- Chapter 7: LAMINAR FLOW -- Chapter 8: THE MECHANICAL ENERGY EQUATION -- Chapter 9: PIPE FLOW 1 -- Chapter 10: DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS -- Chapter 11: PIPE FLOW 2 -- Chapter 12: THE MOMENTUM EQUATION -- Chapter 13: OPEN CHANNEL FLOW -- Chapter 14: HYDROSTATICS 3 -- Chapter 15: SIMILITUDE AND PHYSICAL MODELS. ISBN 1-887201-11-4. 2000, WRP.

864 pp,
Economy Print, HC, (Cat. No. GBRE) $72

864 pp, Premium Print, HC, (Cat. No. GBRP) $129

Please Note: The Economy Print is considered a student version and is not the same grade quality as the Premium Print plus there is some variation in the ink. Otherwise it is exactly the same as the Premium Print.

his fourth international gravel-bed rivers workshop (GBR-IV) was held at Gold Bar, Washington during August 20-26, 1995. The workshop had three main areas of emphasis: advances in fluvial processes, the environment, and management. This volume is organized into seven sections. The first is a brief introduction to the volume. The next three sections present the three focus topics, each beginning with the keynote speaker's remarks. The fifth section presents special workshop topics. The sixth section ends the main body of the volume with the summarization remarks of the workshop wrap-up speaker. An appendix follows containing abstracts from the poster session. ISBN 1-887201-13-0. 1999, WRP.
From the Table of Contents: Chapt 1: Introduction Focus Topic: 1 Advances in Fluvial Processes

Full use of the mathematics normally covered in prerequisite courses as a descriptive language and as a problem solving tool, without introducing new mathematical techniques. Many examples worked in detail as well as numerous homework problems, some requiring the use of the computer. A solutions manual is available to instructors.

Chapt 2: Advances in Sediment Transport Processes & Fluvial Morphology Chapt 3: Bedload, Slope & Channel Processes in a High-Altitude Alpine Torrent Chapt 4: Dynamic Roughness, Sediment Transport & Flow Structures in a Mountain Stream Chapt 5: Downstream Fining by Selective Deposition: Theory, Laboratory, & Field Observations Chapt 6: Downstream Fining of River Gravels: Integrated Field, Laboratory & Modeling Study Chapt 7: Sediment Transport & River Morphology: a Paradigm for Study Chapt 8: Flow Structure, Sediment Transport & Bedform Dynamics for a Bimodal Sediment Mixture Chapt 9: Cross-Stream Variability of Bedload Flux in Narrow & Wide Ephemeral Channels During Desert Flash Floods Focus Topic: 2 The Environment Chapt 10: Sediment in Gravel Bed Rivers: Ecological & Biological Considerations Chapt 11: Long-Term Changes in Channel Morphology of GravelBed Rivers: Three Case Studies Chapt 12: Controls of Short- & Long-Term River Instability: Processes & Patterns in Gravel-Bed Rivers, Tyne Basin, England Chapt 13: Land Use Changes & Sediment Transport in Goodwin Creek Chapt 14: Environmental Impact of Hydroelectric Power Generation on an Anastomosing Reach of the River Danube Chapt 15: Hydropower Reach By-Passing & Dewatering Impacts in Gravel-Bed Rivers Chapt 16: Instream Habitat in Gravel-Bed Rivers: Identification & Characterization of Biotopes Chapt 17: Spatial & Temporal Evolution of Small Coastal Gravel-Bed Streams: Influence of Forest Management on Channel Morphology & Fish Habitats Chapt 18: Restoration Difficulties For Fishery Mitigation in High-Energy Gravel-Bed Rivers Along Highway Corridors Chapt 19: Effects of Gravel Extraction on Stability of Gravel-Bed Rivers: the Wooler Water, Northumberland, Uk Focus Topic: 3 Management of Gravel-Bed Rivers Chapt 20: Management & Restoration of Gravel-Bed Rivers Chapt 21: Large-Scale Extraction of Alluvial Deposits From Private Rivers in California: Geomorphic Effects & Regulatory Strategies Chapt 22: Human Interference With Braided Gravel-Bed Rivers Chapt 23: Use of Hydraulic Models in Management of Braided Gravel-Bed Rivers Chapt 24: Applicability & Limitations of Sediment Chapt 25: Numerical Modeling of Flushing Flows Needs in Gravel Bed Rivers Chapt 26: Sediment maintenance Flows: Feasibility & Basis for Prescription Chapt 27: Reversibility in River Restoration Chapt 28: Re-Naturalization of the Meuse River in the Netherlands Special Topics Chapt 29: Cataclysmic Floods on Earth & Mars Morphology & Hydraulic Interpretations Chapt 30: Case Study of Gravel-Bed River Management: the Skykomish River Near Gold Bar, Washington Closing Remarks Chapt 31: Gravel-Bed Rivers - a Review of Progress.

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Ground Water Manual


693 pp, SC, (Cat. No. GWM) $85 This is a guide to field personnel in the more practical aspects and commonly encountered problems of ground-water investigations, development, and management. Information is presented concerning such aspects as ground-water occurrence and movement, well-aquifer relationships, ground-water investigations, aquifer test analyses, estimating aquifer yield, data collection, and geophysical investigations. Reprinted 2nd edition 1995, USDI USBR.

Hydrologic Modeling System


Version 1.1 -1 manual, SC, 125 pp, 6 diskettes, (Cat. No. HECHMS) $68 Version 1.0 for Windows. Precipitationrunoff simulation program that replaces HEC-1, but provides a similar variety of options. It enables use of grid-based rainfall data and continuous simulation, providing enhanced capability for parameter estimation. Publ. 4/99, HEC.

computation of streamflow hydrographs at desired location in the river basin. Users manual, Coed Manual, HECDSS, Training Document. Source Code, June, 1998 also available, HEC 1S, $75.

Hydraulic Modeling
284 pp, HC, (Cat. No. HMSINGH) $52 edited by V.P. Singh, I.W. Seo, J.H.Sonu Hydraulic Modeling contains four sections encompassing major aspects of environmental hydraulic modeling. Beginning a discussion of turbulent flow in the first section, the papers go on to discuss channel flow modeling in Section 2, scour and sedimentation in Section 3, and pollutant transport in Section 4. ISBN 1-887201-22-X. Publ. 1999, WRP.

HEC-5 Simulation of Flood Control and Conservation Systems


Version 8.0, October, 1998 (Cat. No. HEC5) $135 8 Manuals SPC, 10 Disks, 6 Supplements Includes new program features and expanded program dimension limits to allow a greater number of reservoirs, hydropower plants, control points and diversions; to accommodate the requirements of several large period-of-record studies. Source Code, October, 1998 also available, HEC 5S, $75.

Hydro-CD
Version 5 - 50+ programs (Cat. No. HYDROP), $95 Documents are in the Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) and can be viewed on-line, viewing features include word search, book marked chapters, and main topics. This is a DOS/Windows compatible CD ROM disc with over 50+ public domain, shareware, and proprietary programs for surface water hydrology and hydraulics. A simple, menu-driven installation routine transfers each selected program to the users hard disk, along with all necessary example data files. For more information see pages 42-43.

Hydrologic Modeling
454 pp, HC, (Cat. No. HLMSINGH) $58 edited by V.P. Singh, I.W. Seo, J.H.Sonu Hydrologic Modeling contains six sections encompassing major aspects of surface and subsurface water hydrology. Beginning with rainfall modeling in the first section, the papers go on to discuss channel network characteristics in Section 2, streamflow modeling in Section 3, frequency and risk analysis in Section 4, subsurface and ground water modeling in Section 5 and solute transport in porous media in Section 6. ISBN 1-887201-21-1. Publ. 1999, WRP.

HEC-RAS River Analysis System


Version 2.2, September, 1998 (Cat. No. HECRAS) $110 3 Manuals SPC, 7 Disks, 5 Supplements Several bugs have been fixed and several new feature/options added including the ability to model floating ice as well as dynamic ice jams; reading data from and writing results to HECDSS; internal rating curves; profiles increased to 100; graphic changes, etc. Interface bugs were fixed as well as bugs in the program SNET.

The papers contained in these two and save 20% books represent one part of the consee pages 9 and 19 ference contributions from the Proceedings of the International Conference on Water, Environment, Ecology, Socio-economics and Health Engineering (WEESHE)held October 18-21, 1999. The other parts are embodied in two other companion books entitled, Environmental Modeling and Water Resources Planning and Management, These books can be treated almost independently, although considerable interconnectedness exists amongst them. These books will be of interest to researchers as well as to those engaged in practice of agricultural engineering, civil engineering, environmental engineering, ecological engineering, and earth sciences, forest resources, hydrology, and water resources. The graduate students as well as those wishing to conduct research in environmental, hydrology, hydraulics, water resources planning and management, and ecosystem modeling will find these books to be of value. Publ. 1999, WRP.

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HEC-1 Flood Hydrograph Package


Version 4.1, June, 1998 (Cat. No. HEC 1) $135 4 Manuals, SPC, 1 Disk, 3 Supplements This final release contains minor bug fixes and updates. The model is designed to simulate the surface runoff response of a river basin to precipitation by representing the basin as an interconnected system of hydrologic and hydraulic components. The result of the modeling process is the

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Irrigation Fundamentals*** Introduction to Aquifer Analysis


4th Edition
495 pp, SC, (Cat. No. IAA) $75
by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D. Computer Program by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D., and Paul Pare

An Applied Technology Text for Teaching Irrigation at the Intermediate Level 200 pp, HC, (Cat. No. IF) $52
by George H. Hargreaves and Gary P. Merkley

he engineering profession is being inundated with new publications. This book, now in its fourth edition, presents the conventional solution methods using common language and carefully constructed illustrations. It was written and designed for those of us who think and learn visually. What separates Introduction to Aquifer Analysis from the rest of the field are the new and efficient methods that are included which can be used to supplement some of the graphical analyses and validate results. It is an excellent teaching tool and a reference: a teaching tool for students new to the hydrogeological sciences; and a reference for engineers who need quick and easy access to information. The mathematics are successfully explained through the use of illustrations. The computer program is included to help with the learning process and can be used to evaluate aquifer test data and confirm the newer methods. This is a powerful package that should be in the library of any ground-water scientist. From the Table of Contents: Introduction Basics Pump Test Basics The Cone of Depression The Theis Equation The Cooper-Jacob

Solution Utility of the Theis and CooperJacob Equations Analysis of Unconfined and Leaky Confined Aquifers Recovery Analysis Steady-State Solutions Boundary Conditions Specific Capacity Production Well Analysis Variable Pumping Rate Solutions Cost Effective Methods References Appendix A Values of , W(), W() and Z() Appendix B - Values of x, Exp(x), Ko(x) and Exp(x)Ko(x) Appendix C - Values of b, i, M(i,b) and (b) Appendix D Conversion Factors Subject Index Aquifer Test Program Manual (Version 4.1). ISBN 1-887201-06-8. Publ. 1997, WRP. IAA Advantages are: Introduces fast and easier methods Includes Kasenow-Sheahan, array analysis, a production well solution, the Hantush inflection point method, and a study state Quick and easy to use Numerous solution methods to substantiate results Verifies Theis assumptions without curve matching.

his book is a very comprehensive text on the principals and practices of irrigated agriculture. Written over a period of more than 10 years, it is based on the authors extensive experience in farming, consulting, research, teaching, and other related agricultural activities. Various factors that influence crop yield and production including climate, fertility, water, drainage, and agronomic practices are addressed. A chapter on soils includes evaluation, classification, and soil water relationships as well as instructions on resource evaluation. The various irrigation methods such as border, basin, contour, furrow, sub, sprinkle, and drip or trickle are described; and conditions are given for selection of the appropriate method to use. The most widely accepted and universally used methods for estimating crop water requirements and for irrigation scheduling are included. This book can be used to assess the needs for, methods of, and benefits for drainage. The chapter on policies and management provides recommendations for making irrigation developments more productive and profitable. A brief description indicates how this text may be used with a World Water and Climate Atlas for Agriculture. This book is an attempt to encourage and help irrigation development at a rate that is consistent with the curAsk about our rent rate of population growth. ISBN 1-887201-10-6. In educational discount print 1998, WRP.

From the Table of Contents: INTRODUCTION -- FACTORS INFLUENCING CROP


PRODUCTION -- AGRICULTURAL SOILS -- EVALUATING IRRIGATION RESOURCES -- IRRIGATION METHODS -- CROP WATER REQUIREMENTS -- IRRIGATION SCHEDULING -- DRAINAGE -- FLOW MEASUREMENT -- POLICIES AND MANAGEMENT -- Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D References Bibliography Subject Index.

*** Irrigation Fundamentals Now Available in

Spanish:
Fundamentos del Riego
Un Texto de Tecnologa Aplicada para la Enseanza del Riego a Nivel Intermedio 369 pginas, $35 -- (Cat No. FDR) por George H. Hargreaves y Gary P. Merkley Este libro es un texto muy amplio sobre los principios y prcticas del riego de tierras agrcolas con la meta principal de apoyar los esfuerzos de desarrollo tal como se requiere para las tasas actuales de crecimiento de poblacin mundial. El libro fue redactado a lo largo de un perodo de ms de 10 aos y la informacin que contiene se basa en la amplia experiencia de los autores en las reas de produccin agrcola, investigacin, enseanza y capacitacin, y otras actividades profesionales en el rea de riego. ISBN 0-918334-81-0, Publicado en 2001 WRP. Phone (800) 736-2405 Fax (720) 873-0173 Email: wrpllc@qwest.net 15

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PART I ~ New Publications

Measurement Accuracy for Major Surface-Water Flows Entering and Leaving the Imperial Valley
90 pp, SC, (Cat. No. MAMS) $15
by B.T. Wahlin, J.A. Replogle, and A.J. Clemmens

Notes on Sediment Management in Reservoirs: National and International Perspectives


edited by Dr. Dr. Shou-shan Fan and Gregory Morris

Root Zone Water Quality Model


Modelling Management Effects on Water Quality and Crop Production Edited by L. R. Ahuja, K. W. Rojas, J. D. Hanson, M. J. Shaffer, L. Ma 384 pp, SC, (Cat. No. RZWQM) 6 x 9", US $75

275+ pp, SC, (Cat. No. NSMR) $60 This publication grew from the lecture notes prepared for a short course of "Reservoir Management for Sediment Control". This publication will help engineers and scientists minimize troublesome sedimentation problems in analyzing, designing, and operating hydro reservoirs.

This report analyzes the accuracy of daily flow and annual volume measurements for the primary water inflows and outflows from the Imperial Valley. This includes both the canal system flows of the Imperial Irrigation District (IID) and stream flows. Publ. 1997, USDA.

Modeling the Influence of Land-Leveling Precision on Surface Irrigation Performance


212 pp, SC, (Cat. No. MILL) $28
by A.J. Clemmens and Z. El-Haddad

Riparian Buffer Strategies for Urban Watersheds


110 pp, SC, (Cat. No. RBS) $20
by Lorraine M. Herson-Jones, Maureen Heraty, and Brian Jordan

The main target was to establish modern surface irrigation methods whereby farmers in Egypt can use long furrows and long strips to irrigate their land, while ensuring a reasonable water distribution uniformity with relative high application efficiency. Publ. 1995, USDA.

The document provides design and programmatic guidance as a resource for planners and engineers. Although it describes criteria to achieve a number of objectives, its primary focus is water quality protection. Publ. 1995, MWCOG.

Risk Analysis in Dam Safety Assessment


188 pp, HC, (Cat. No. RADS) $38
edited by Jan-Tai Kuo and Ben Chie Yen

he Root Zone Water Quality Model (RZWQM) is a comprehensive simulation model designed to predict the hydrologic response, including potential for surface and groundwater contamination, of alternative cropmanagement systems. It simulates crop development and the movement of water, nutrients and pesticides over and through the root zone for a representative unit area of an agricultural field over multiple years. The model allows simulation of a wide spectrum of management practices and scenarios. These management alternatives include evaluation of: conservation tillage and residue cover versus conventional tillage; methods and timing of fertilizer and pesticide applications; manures and alternative chemical formulations; irrigation and drainage, and the methods and timing of water applications; and different crop rotations. The model contains special features such as the rapid transport of surface-applied chemicals through macropores to deeper depths and the preferential transport of chemicals within the soil matrix via mobile-immobile zones. The transfer of surface-applied chemicals (pesticides in particular) to runoff water is also an important component. To adequately evaluate the effect of certain long-term management practices on water quality and production, RZWQM can be run for up to 100 years using automated execution of certain management operations relative to crop growth stage in crop rotation, such as fertilizer application based on recommended formulas, irrigation scheduling, and harvesting. The unique features of the model are: Agricultural management practices and their effects on crop production and environmental quality (tillage, irrigation, fertilization, manure application, tile drainage, pesticide application, and crop rotation). Macropore/preferential flow. Water table fluctuation. Chemical transport in runoff/percolation water. Detailed carbon/nitrogen dynamics with consideration of microbial populations. Detailed plant physiological processes and plant population development. Multiple year simulation with capability of answering what-if scenarios. Windows95/98 based interface to facilitate data input and analysis. On-line help to guide model parameterization. ISBN 1-887201-08-4. Publ. WRP, 2000.

The book contains ten papers written by international renowned experts and professors in this field. It reviews the theory of reliability analysis in dam safety assessment and introduces the hydrological, hydraulic, and seismic aspects of dam safety and its risk assessment. In addition, it reports the progress and current status of dam safety risk management in some countries, such as Australia, Canada, Germany, Taiwan, and U.S.A. ISBN 1-88720120-3. Publ. 1999.

River Hydraulics - 150 pp, SC, (Cat. No. RH) $48


This guidebook introduces basic principles and technical procedures for the analysis of open channel flows in natural river systems. Chapters review multidimensional flow analysis, unsteady flow, steady flow-water surface profiles, and water surface profiles with movable boundaries. Publ. ASCE. 16 Phone (800) 736-2405 Fax (720) 873-0173 Email: wrpllc@qwest.net

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Roughness Characteristics of New Zealand Rivers


336 pp, SC, (Cat. No. RCNZR) ~ 156 full color photographs, $78 by D. M. Hicks and P. D. Mason he previous edition of this publication has been referenced in every significant book on fluvial geomorphology and in hundreds of articles published since its original printing in 1991. The information presented is the culmination of a three-year field program in which roughness and other hydraulic parameters were measured. Physical and hydraulic characteristics are presented for 78 New Zealand river and canal reaches which may be used as reference reaches for estimating roughness coefficients in similar channels. These reaches, selected primarily to provide the broadest possible coverage of river size, cover a wide range of mean flow (ranging from 0.1 to 353 m3/s), slope (ranging from 0.00001 to 0.042), and bed material (ranging from silt, through sand, gravel, and boulders to bedrock). The information given for each reach includes 156 color photographs, cross-section and planform plots, bed and bank descriptions, bed surface material size gradings, plus tables and plots showing how the Manning and Chezy roughness coefficients vary with flow magnitude. A second criterion was that reaches should -- as far as possible -- be typical slopearea reaches, conveying their flow uniformly through a single channel. Ideal characteristics of a slope-area reach are that: (i) it is straight; (ii) its length is at least five times its width; (iii) it has uniform cross-sections or is converging; (iv) its flow is contained without overflow; (v) it has straight entrance and exit conditions, with no backwater effects. Rarely, if ever, in the study reaches were all of these ideal conditions met. Thus, the approach adopted is to present roughness information from real reaches that are as close as possible to uniform, and to include sufficient additional information so that readers can make their own assessment regarding uniformity and the extent to which a reference reach matches their prototype. From the Table of Contents: Introduction Reach selection Field measurements Calculation of roughness coefficients and other parameters Errors and uncertainties Presentation of information How to use this book Quick method for selecting reference reaches Site information References Site index. ISBN 0-477-02608-7, Publ. 1999, NIWA.

Water Measurement Manual, 3rd edition


416pp, SC, (Cat. No. WMM) $58 Public and private water resources organizations need to manage and conserve existing water supplies. One key is reliable and accurate water measurement. This third edition was prepared to supplement and update information contained in the second edition. New Chapters are: *Basic Concepts Related to Lowering Water and Measurement, *Selection of Water Measuring Devices, *Measurement Accuracy, *Inspection of Water Measurement Systems, *Acoustic Flow Measurement, *Discharge Measurement Using Tracers. Where Parshall flumes may be desired or required by law, also see second edition for more information. Publ. 1997, 3rd edition, Bureau of Reclamation.

Water Resources into the New Millenium: Past Accomplishments and New Challenges
edited by Raymond Walton and Ronald E. Nece More than 400 papers viewed by Adobe Acrobat Version 3.0 (Cat. No. WATERCD) ISBN 1887201-25-4, CD-ROM $98 See page 36 for more information.

Water Resources Planning and Management


286 pp, HC, (Cat. No. WRPM) $52
edited by V.P. Singh, I.W. Seo, J.H. Sonu

his book contains five sections encompassing major aspects of water resources planning and management. Beginning with a discussion of water resources planning in the first section, the papers go on to discuss water pricing in Section 2, water resources management in Section 3, operation of water resources systems in Section 4, and impact of climate change in Section 5. The papers contained in this book represent one part of the conference contributions from the Proceedings of the International Conference on Water, Environment, Ecology, Socio-economics and Health Engineering (WEESHE)held October 18-21, 1999. This book will be of interest to ~ Buy all 4 books ~ for $176 researchers as well as to those engaged in and save 20% see pages 9 and 12 practice of agricultural engineering, civil engineering, environmental engineering, ecological engineering, and earth sciences, forest resources, hydrology, and water resources. ISBN 1-887201-24-6. Publ. 1999, WRP.

Site Planning for Urban Stream Protection


240 pp, SC, (Cat. No. SPUS) $35 prepared by Tom Schueler This guide describes a new approach to site planning and recommends how it can be implemented at the local level. A recurring theme is that the new site planning approach makes more environmental and economic sense than traditional subdivision codes. This guide is aimed at all those who participate in site planning at the local level-plan reviewers, developers, engineers, landscape architects, local officials, and concerned citizens. Publ. 1995, MWCOG.

W inFlume-CD
CD-ROM includes: 32-bit WinFlume - 32-bit version, 16-bit WinFlume version, plus Manual Ver. 1.0, (Cat. No. WINFLU) US $27
by T. L. Wahl, A. J. Clemmens, M. G. Bos, & J. A. Replogle

Buy Both (WINFLUME CD-ROM and FDC) see page 34 for more information for $60, Save 10%

This program is a native Windows 95 and Windows NT application, using the Visual Basic programming language to aid in the design of long-throated flumes. The application is compiled into a 32-bit executable for Windows 95/NT systems and a 16-bit executable for Windows 3.x systems. Graphical output from the program (e.g., head-discharge curves, plots of rating equations, comparisons to measured flows) is provided. Jan. 2000. Phone (800) 736-2405 Fax (720) 873-0173 Email: wrpllc@qwest.net 19

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PART II ~ General Publications


A. General Hydrology, Surface Hydrology
Catchment Runoff and Rational Formula
edited by B.C. Yen

PART II ~ General Publications

Channel Flow Resistance: Centennial of Mannings Formula


edited by B.C. Yen

Design of Networks for Monitoring Water Quality


by T.G. Sanders, J.C. Loftis, T.D. Steele, D. D. Adrian, & V. Yevjevich

Hydrologic Modeling
454 pp, HC, (Cat. No. HLMSINGH) $58 edited by V.P. Singh, I.W. Seo, J.H. Sonu See page 12 for more information. ISBN 1-887201-21-1. Publ. 1999, WRP.

176 pp, HC, (Cat. No. CRRF) $30 Fifteen papers were selected from those presented at the International Conference for Centennial of Mannings Formula and Kuichlings Rational Formula. These papers deal with the conceptual challenge, the rational method, runoff coefficient, overland flow, and rainfallrunoff modeling. ISBN 0-918334-71-3. Publ. 1991 Editor.

459 pp, HC, (Cat. No. CFR) $60 Twenty papers selected and revised from those presented at the International Conference for Centennial of Mannings Formula and Kuichlings Rational Formula. These papers deal with the fundamental aspects and historical background of flow resistance, steep and gravel channels, composite and compound channels. ISBN 0-918334-72-1. Publ. 1991 Editor.

336 pp, HC, (Cat. No. DNM) $42 Chap. 1- introduction. Chap. 2 discusses the monitoring network design problems. Chap. 3 provides statistical background. Chaps. 4, 5 and 6 deal with where, how often, and what to sample, for data analysis. Chap. 7 summarizes the text with a step-by-step review of the network design principles. ISBN 0-918334-51-9. Reprinted 1994 WRP.

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Problems in Applied Hydrology


by E.F. Schulz

Computer Models of Watershed Hydrology


edited by Vijay P. Singh, 1144 pp, HC, (Cat. No. CMWH) $95

501 pp, SC, (Cat. No. PAH) $35 Problem solution manual of exercises demonstrating principles of hydrology with 130 problems and 25 worked examples of typical problems in hydrology. ISBN 0-918334-07-1. Reprinted 1989 WRP.

This book stemmed from a desire to provide a comprehensive account of some of the world's popular computer models of watershed hydrology. To achieve this objective, a variety of models that together span a range of characteristics were included. This book will be of interest to practicing hydrologists, especially appealing to hydrologic modelers and the model users, as well as specialists in the fields of civil engineering, agricultural engineering, environmental science, forest and range science, earth science, climatology, and watershed sciences. ISBN 0-918334-91-8. Publ. 1995 WRP.
From the Table of Contents: Watershed Modeling Model Calibration
Reliability Estimation HEC-1 Flood Hydrograph Package RORB: Hydrograph Synthesis by Runoff Routing Tank Model The Xinanjiang Model The UBC Watershed Model The Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System - PRMS The NWS River Forecast System - Catchment Modeling SSARR Model Hydrological Simulation Program - Fortran (HSPF) The HBV Model The Snowmelt Runoff Model (SRM) The SLURP Model The SHE/SHESED Basin Scale Water Flow and Sediment Transport Modelling System The Institute of Hydrology Distributed Model TOPMODEL Distributed Parameter Hydrologic Modelling Using Vector Elevation Data: THALES and TAPES-C KINEROS - A KINematic Runoff and EROSion Model MIKE 11 - A Generalized River Modelling Package EPA Storm Water Management Model - SWMM MIKE SHE SWRRB - A Watershed Scale Model for Soil and Water Resources Management The EPIC Model AGNPS: An Agricultural Nonpoint Source Model SPUR-91: Simulation of Production and Utilization of Rangelands Hydrology Components of CREAMS and GLEAMS Models Index. Order both (Book and CD ROM)

Glossary of Hydrology
by S. S. Lo

1794 pp, HC, (Cat. No. GH) $110 This is a comprehensive Glossary of Hydrology containing 17,500 terms. The intent was to fill the gap between the hydrologic terminology and terminologies of meteorology and geology. By using the terms of meteorology, geology, and new glossary of hydrology, and geology, the study of any environment of the water cycle is easily achieved. ISBN 0-91833474-8. Publ. 1992 S. S. Lo.

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Hydrologic Applications: Computer Programs for Water Resources Engineering


by G. W. Kite

CD ROM ~ Computer Models of Watershed Hydrology


1 CD ROM, (Cat. No. CDCMWH) $95 CD ROM with the following programs: HEC-1 - Flood Hydrograph Package PRMS - The
Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System SSARR Model HSPF - Hydrological Simulation Program Fortran SRM - The Snowmelt Runoff Model The SLURP Model SWIMM - EPA Storm Water Management Model MIKE SHE (DEMO Only) SWRRB - A Watershed Scale Model for Soil and Water Resources Management The EPIC Model AGNPS: An Agricultural Nonpoint Source Mode SPUR91 Simulation of Production and Utilization of Rangelands Hydrology Components of CREAMS and GLEAMS Models Annie. Publ. 1995 WRP.

148 pp, SPB, plus Computer program, (Cat. No. HAC) $58 This book describes some practical techniques that the author has found useful in many different parts of the world. Each technique described is accompanied by a computer program on diskette. Programs are provided on one 3 1/2 360K disk in compacted form. They are written in Basic or Fortran for use under MSDOS or PC-DOS on IBM-compatible microcomputers. ISBN 0-918334-69-1. Publ. 1991 WRP.

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PART II ~ General Publications

Reservoir Sizing by Transition Probabilities


by I. Zsuffa and A. Galai

Teaching Hydrologic Applications


Spreadsheets by J. K. Koelliker

B. Groundwater, Porous media, Karst Waters


Analysis and Design of Step-Drawdown Tests
by Michael Kasenow

187 pp, SC, plus Computer Program, (Cat. No. RSTP) $48 Content: Application of the Morans Model, Description of Reservoirs Performance, Sizing of Multipurpose Reservoirs, Reservoir Sizing with Stochastic Demand, Sizing of Interconnected Reservoirs, Role of Reservoirs in Power Production, Mathematical Analysis of Reservoirs. Two diskettes with computer programs are included as the integral part of Part II of the book. ISBN 0918334-62-4. Publ. 1987 WRP.

River and Reservoir Yield


by T. A. McMahon and R. G. Mein

376 pp, HC, (Cat. No. RRY) $38 This text provides a comprehensive review of analyses associated with defining hydrology of low flows and with the hydrologic design and operation of reservoir storage systems. ISBN 0-918334-61-6. Publ. 1986 WRP.

154 pp, SPB, plus Computer Program, (Cat. No. THA) $40 Lessons included in this set are as follows: Unit Conversion Table, and Unit Comparison Graph Sources of Hydrologic Data and Displaying Data Precipitation Intensity-Duration-Frequency Curve and Design Storm Statistical Analysis Using Normal Distribution Statistical Analysis Using Log Pearson Type III Distribution Precipitation Excess for a Design Storm on a Small Watershed Composite Hydrograph for a Small Watershed Flood Routing Through a Small Reservoir. Reprinted 1996 WRP.

215 pp, SPB, plus Computer Program, (Cat. No. STP) $45 This book provides in-depth knowledge, examples, and instruction in the use of current step-drawdown analytical methods, including solutions that can confirm results. The program solves for aquifer loss, well loss, specific capacity, transmissivity and more.. ISBN 1-887201-15-7. Publ. 1999 WRP.

NEW

Analysis and Evaluation of Pumping Test Data


1994 REVISED 2nd EDITION by G. P. Kruseman and N. A. de Ridder with assistance from J. M. Verweij, 378 pp, HC. (Cat. No. AEPT) $38

T ime and the River


edited by G. W. Kite

374 pp, HC, (Cat. No. TAR) $58 This book is a set of essays by eminent hydrologists. The essays provide some answers to questions such as: Where are we in hydrology? What has been achieved in the last few decades? In which direction should we go? Dr. J. Rodda discusses hydrological data collection and Dr. J. Sutcliffe describes advances in hydrological analyses in developing countries. R. H. Clark reviews the increasingly important topic of international basins and the relevant international law. Equitable distribution of water implies a knowledge of its statistical properties; Professor V. Yevjevich summarizes the current situation and provides many ideas on future applications in hydrology and water resources management. Dr. F. Morton argues that there have been few significant advances in our knowledge of hydrology and the related environmental sciences during the past four decades because of use of inappropriate methodologies. Dr. M. Sugawara describes the mathematical, physical and systems engineering analogues used in the development of a hydrological model. Many scientists are concerned over the possibility of climatic change; Professor G. Cavadias considers the problem of detecting anthropogenically-induced climactic changes and suggests some practical solutions. Professor S. Solomon shows that the need to model increasingly larger areas and the need to verify the outputs of atmospheric global climate models have led to the development of a new sub-branch of hydrology-macro hydrology. Professor J. Nemec describes how such macro hydrological models are able to simulate the effects of climactic change scenarios, what their failings are, and what the implications of climactic change are for world food production. ISBN 0-918334-97-7. Publ. 1995 22 Phone (800) 736-2405 Fax (720) 873-0173 Email: wrpllc@qwest.net

This 2nd and completely revised edition is still a practical guide to all who are organizing and conducting a pumping test and analyzing and evaluating its data, adhering to the classical style of analyzing pumping test data. (See: Mathematical Model SATEM: Selected Aquifer Test Evaluations Methods and computer program for compatible information.) Primary changes cover tests that were omitted from the first edition: single-well tests, well-performance tests, step-drawdown tests. Also included are the slug test, the oscillation test and free-flowing well test for an artesian aquifer. ISBN 90-70754-20-7. Reprinted 1994 ILRI.

For additional information, See page 3. Applied Ground-Water Hydrology and W ell Hydraulics ~ 2nd Edition
by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D.

Now 856 pp, SC, 8.5 x 11, 1 computer program plus manual, (Cat. No. AGWH2) $129

Computer Program sold separately:

NEW

AquiferTest for Windows, (Theis Curve and Cooper-Jacob Solutions) Student ver. 2.54 - by Thomas Rhrich & Waterloo Hydrogeologic Inc., Waterloo, Canada, (Cat. No. AT) $49

he second edition of Dr. Kasenows highly acclaimed first edition provides review and application in regard to the mechanics of ground-water flow and aquifer analysis. Using common language and carefully constructed illustrations, this book has been written for those of us who think visually. ISBN 1-887201-28-9. Publ. 2000, WRP.

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PART II ~ General Publications


by Michael Kasenow, Kasenow,

Aquifer Parameter Estimator: Problems and Solutions Professional Professional VERSION + Computer Program Program ,
Ph.D., and Paul Pare

Groundwater Dynamics
by Milan Vukovic and Andjelko Soro

248 pp, HC,+ New Update Supplement (Cat. No. APE) $119 This book (APE) is a hydrogeologic software package that is both an engineering and teaching tool. APE estimates aquifer parameters using a variety of methods including: Theis time, distance-drawdown and recovery methods, time, distance-drawdown and recovery regression analysis solutions, Hantush inflection point method, steady-state and specific capacity solutions. The program provides solutions and results that hydrogeologists need, including: step-drawdown, well efficiency, capture zones, and the ability to model a pump test. This book offers full page illustrations and easy to read tables that greatly reduce the learning curve. ISBN 0-918334-94-2. Publ. 1996 WRP.

544 pp, HC, plus Computer Program, (Cat. No. GWD) $85 This book provides a simpler approach to solving even the most complex problems involving groundwater flow. The text includes 118 stated and solved problems from actual practice. These problems are used to present the fundamental laws of groundwater flow under steady conditions. Each stated problem also includes the approach to solving the problem, starting with a physical model and encompassing the computational model, application of appropriate mathematically formulated laws governing the flow, as well as the required solution. ISBN 1-887201-01-7. Publ. 1997 WRP.

APE T OOLBOX Package - (Cat No. APETP) $175 - For more


information on C omplete Package see page 4.
Includes: APE 4.1 Computer Program Aquifer Parameter Estimator: Problems and Solutions (Cat. No. APE, also sold separately,
see above.)

Groundwater Dynamics Solution Manual


by Milan Vukovic and Andjelko Soro

84 pp, SPB, (Cat. No. SMGWD) $35


The Solution Manual includes 131 given problems and solutions. ISBN 1-887201-03-3. Publ. 1997 WRP.

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APE Hydrogeologic Toolbox (Supplemental Manual - Soft Cover, 46 pp) ISBN 1-887201-07-6 Introduction to Aquifer Analysis (sold separately, see page 14) (Soft Cover, 574 pp) ISBN 1887201-06-8, by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D., & Paul Pare.

Publ. 1997, WRP.

Groundwater Hydrology and Hydraulics


by D. B. McWhorter & D. K. Sunada

Determination of Aquifer Parameters Using Regression Analysis, Second Edition


by Michael Kasenow 57 pp, SPB, plus Computer Program, (Cat. No. DAP) $40 This book provides theory and application for the solution of confined pumping test data, using the Cooper-Jacob method along with regress and array analysis. Both time and distance drawdown methods are included, along with the computer programs Regression Analysis and Aquifer Test for Windows, student version. ISBN 1-887201-16-5. Publ. 1999 WRP.

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304 pp, HC, (Cat. No. GWHH) $45 This book is an outgrowth of a course in groundwater hydrology and hydraulics taught for seniors and first-year graduate students in agricultural and chemical engineering, civil engineering, geology, and watershed science. The book is designed for use as a text. A solid background in fundamentals and a thorough understanding of groundwater phenomena in idealized cases contributes immeasurably to imaginative and successful analysis, synthesis, and solution of field problems. Emphasis is on basic physical and mathematical concepts with 52 examples, 145 problems and study questions. ISBN 0-918334-18-7. Reprinted 1985 WRP.

Determination of Hydraulic Conductivity of Porous Media from Grain-size Composition


86 pp, SPB, (Cat. No. DHC) $35
by Milan Vukovic and Andjelko Soro

Hydraulics of Water W ells


by Milan Vukovic and Andjelko Soro

Practical methods are presented on how to determine the hydraulic conductivity for the granulometric curves, and the general aspects of this problem, with the theoretical background. The presentation and analysis of the ten characteristic empirical formulas follows, with an analysis of the basic parameters in empirical formulas for determination of hydraulic conductivity of porous media. The appendix contains the program MVASKF for the computation of hydraulic conductivity. ISBN 0-918334-77-2. Publ. 1992 WRP.

Ground Water Manual - 693 pp, (Cat. No. GWM) $85


This is a guide to field personnel in the more practical aspects and commonly encountered problems of ground-water investigations, development, and management.Reprinted 2nd edition 1995, USDI USBR. 24 Phone (800) 736-2405 Fax (720) 873-0173 Email: wrpllc@qwest.net

368 pp, HC, plus Computer Program, (Cat. No. HWW) $75 By designing, testing and studying more than 1000 wells, the authors have gained extensive experience, primarily in the area of solving problems related to well hydraulics. This book presents modern approaches to problems encountered during concept generation, construction and use of the wells. Numerous examples are given with the objective of how to optimize construction and use of production wells. The subject matter is presented in four parts: Theoretical Background; Evaluation of Tests and Production Pumpage Data; Design and Production Problems of Tube Wells; Case Studies of Tests and Production Pumping. ISBN 0-918334-76-4. Publ. 1992 WRP.

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Hydrogeology and Hydrogeochemistry of a Northern Bog


by Michael Kasenow

Karst Hydrogeology
by P. Milanovic

444 pp, HC, (Cat. No. KH) $40 Presents experience and new methods used in investigation of karstified carbonate rocks and their hydrogeologic problems. ISBN 0-918334-36-5. Publ. 1981 WRP.

454 pp, SPB, (Cat. No. BOG) $45 This book offers state-of-the-art methodology in regards to distinguishing direction of ground water flow, and areas of ground water recharge from areas of ground water discharge. Maps are provided that show ground water radiating out from the bog and generally flowing north, south and west. ISBN 0-918334-96-9. Publ. 1995 WRP.

PRODUCTION WELL ANALYSIS


New Methods and a Computer Program in Well Well Hydraulics
by Michael Kasenow, 350+ pp, SC, (Cat. No. PWELL)

Introduction to Aquifer Analysis

NEW

Karst Water Research Needs


edited by V. Yevjevich

495 pp, SC, plus Computer Program, (Cat. No. IAA) $75
4th Edition, by Michael Kasenow, Kasenow, Ph.D., Computer Program by Michael Kasenow, Kasenow, Ph.D. , and Paul Pare

288 pp, HC, (Cat. No. KWRN) $30 Extensive introduction on karst (karstified limestone) water problems in general, and in U.S.A. in particular. Detailed description of 150 research topics sorted in ; physical-environmental, technological and socio-economic research needs. Each topic covers 1-2 pages. ISBN 0-918334-40-3. Publ. 1981 WRP.

$85 This computer program provides theory, application and a powerful user friendly computer program that solves for transmissivity and hydraulic conductivity using drawdown data collected from a production well. Both the book and computer program are user friendly. Methods include specific capacity, Ogden/Theis, constant rate recovery, stepdrawdown solutions, variable pumping rate and recovery methods . . . and more. The book and computer program are unique to the field of well hydraulics and are valuable additions to any ground water library. ISBN 0-918334-99-3. Publ. 1996 WRP.

This book, now in its fourth edition, presents the conventional solution methods using common language and carefully constructed illustrations. ISBN 1-887201-21-1 Publ. 1997, WRP. For more information, see page 14.

Soil Stability and Deformation Due to Seepage


by M. Vukovic and M. Pusic, 85 pp, SPB, (Cat. No. SSD) $35

This monograph presents the state-of-the art of the effects of water seepage on the stability and deformation of soils. ISBN 0-918334-78-0. Publ. 1992 WRP.

Mechanics of Immiscible Fluids in Porous Media


by A. T. Corey, 269 pp, HC, (Cat. No. MIFPM) $38

Theis Made Easy


New Methods and a Computer Program in Well Hydraulics
by Michael Kasenow

ollution of groundwater aquifers by petroleum fluids and other non-aqueous liquids, such as chlorinated hydrocarbons, has become a major concern of investigators both nationally and internationally. Material presented in this text provides the necessary foundation for students, with a background in elementary fluid mechanics and applied mathematics, interested in the analysis of such problems. The primary objective of this text is the presentation of basic principles of the mechanics of two-phase fluid systems in soils and porous rocks. Changes appearing in this third edition are made with the objective of providing a clearer presentation of basic principles. Chapters 4, 5, and 6, were revised to include new material and give a more rigorous treatment of the theory for flow of two immiscible fluids. From the Table of Contents: 1. Properties of Porous Media and Immiscible Fluids 2. Immiscible Fluids in Static Systems 3. Equations of Fluid FLux in Porous Media 4. Steady Flow of Immiscible Fluids 5. Unsteady Flow of Immiscible Fluids 6. Model Similarity References Subject Index. ISBN 0-91833483-7. Publ. 1995 WRP. Phone (800) 736-2405 Fax (720) 873-0173 Email: wrpllc@qwest.net

284 pp, SC, 1 disk, (Cat No. THEIS) $85


NEW with THEIS, the THCVFIT program

This book provides theory and application for new and improved methods that can be used to solve for transmissivity and the storage coefficient using pump test data and the Theis equation - without the Theis curve! Methods are provided that use pump test, recovery, and specific capacity data. Full page illustrations and easy to read tables are utilized to reduce the learning curve. Theis assumptions can be verified without curve matching Theis distance-drawdown can be easily solved using 3-sets of drawdowns Storativity can be solved with a recovery method that uses residual drawdown data from observation wells Specific capacity solutions can be adjusted for well efficiency, dewatering, and partial penetration The transient limit of the cone of depression is calculated A step-drawdown solution is provided A pump test can be modeled Many data sets are provided, including a pump test project. ISBN 0-918334-85-3. Publ.1994 WRP.

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Transient Ground Water Hydraulics


by E. Glover

Design of Small Dams


Third Edition, 1987

418 pp, SC, (Cat. No. TGWH) $35 Developments, formulas and methods useful to engineers for quantitative evaluations of groundwater transient flow, problems governed by partial differential equations nonlinear in form, with tables of their solutions. ISBN 0-918334-24-1. Reprinted 1985 WRP.

904 pp, SC, (Cat. No. DSD) $85

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See page 7 for more information Printed 1983 USDI (USBR).

Design of Small Canal Structures 1978


Engineering Technology Pertaining Primarily to the Design of Small Canal Structure of Less Than 100-Cubic-Feet-PerSecond Capacity

Water W ell and Aquifer Test Analysis


by Phil Hall Computer Programs by Joe Chen

457 pp, SPB, (Cat No. DSCS), $58


by A. J. Aisenbrey, Jr., R. B. Hayes, H. J. Warren, D. L. Winsett, and R. B. Young

428 pp, HC, (Cat. No. WWAT) $82 This book, containing 15 chapters, covers the basic concepts of testing, theory and practical application. Separate chapters are devoted to confined aquifers, recovery tests, boundary conditions, unconfined aquifers and leaky aquifers. Users will find this book informative, easy to follow and will learn quickly by working with the more than 60 included examples. The programs and methods can also be used to analyze the user's own data. The programs have a graphics interface and are user friendly. They run under DOS or Windows. ISBN 0-918334-93-4. Publ. 1996 WRP.

C.

HYDRAULICS, FLUID MECHANICS, HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING

Basic Hydraulic Principles of Open-Channel Flow


by H.E. Jobson and D.C. Froehlich - 150 pp, SPB, (Cat. No. BHPOF) $35

his publication has been prepared to illustrate the application of canal structures having design discharge capacities up to 100 cubic feet per second. Several types of canal structures have been standardized for this capacity Enhanced by WRP: range and are presented herein. Structure sizes required 100+ figures reworked to discharge these flows are relatively small; however, extensively for legibility engineering principles used in their design are also 15 figures expanded to 3 applicable to canal structures of greater capacity. pages for easy viewing It is intended that this book provide the design Copies of these original engineer with a source of condensed information for 15 figures included in the appendix use as a guide in efficiently designing small canal structures having design discharge capacities up to 100 cubic feet per second. Publ. 1978, USDI (USBR).
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The emphasis of this text is on teaching the application of the theory of hydraulics to solving practical problems and not on the standard techniques used in problem solutions. Publ. 1988 WRP.

Bridge Scour
by Bruce W. Melville & Stephen E. Coleman

From the Table of Contents: Chap. 1: General Requirements and Design Considerations Chap. 2: Conveyance Structures Chap. 3: Regulating Structures Chap. 4: Protective Structures Chap. 5: Water Measurement Structures Chap. 6: Energy Dissipatores Chap. 7: Transitions and Erosion Protection Chap. 8: Pipe and Pipe Appurtenances Chap. 9: Safety Appendix A: Glossary of Terms Appendix B: Conversion Factors Appendix C: Computer Program Appendix D: Original Pages.

577 pp, SC, 8.5 x 11", (Cat. No. BSR) $78

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This book covers the description of, analysis of, and design for scour at bridge foundations. The central focus is the combination of old and new design methods into a comprehensive methodology for bridge-scour design. The book is based upon an extensive summary of existing research results and design experience, such material not being previously adequately collated. The book serves as both a handy reference text, and also a manual for the practicing bridge designer. See page 5 for more information. ISBN 1-887201-18-1. Winter 1999,

A First Course in Fluid Mechanics for Civil Engineers


by Donald Gray, Ph.D. 487 pp, HC, (Cat. No. FCFM) $65

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Dams and Public Safety


344 pp, SC, (Cat. No. DPS) $49 - by Robert B. Jansen See page 7 for more information Printed 1983, USDI (USBR). 28

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his book is based on over twenty years of classroom experience, and is intended as a text for a one semester introduction to fluid mechanics for students of civil engineering and related fields such as environmental and agricultural engineering. Although intentionally shorter than most other introductory fluid mechanics textbooks, this book is characterized by distinctive features which make it particularly suitable for its intended audience. See page 10 for more information. ISBN 1-887201-11-4.Fall 1999,

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Hydraulic Modeling
284 pp, HC, (Cat. No. HMSINGH) $52 edited by V.P. Singh, I.W. Seo, J.H. Sonu See page 12 for more information. ISBN 1-887201-22-X. Publ. 1999, WRP.

Hydraulic Modelling
edited by J. Cunge and P. P. Ackers

D. Sediment and Rivers


Gravel Bed Rivers in the Environment
edited by P. C. Klingeman, R. L. Beschta, P. D. Komar, and J. B. Bradley

437 pp, SC, (Cat. No. HMGRAF) $45 Lectures in the area of: Computational Hydraulics in Mathematical Modelling, Physical Modelling, Including Equipment and Instrumentation, Relation between Mathematical and Physical Modelling, Reliability of Results in Mathematical and Physical Modelling. Publ. 1987, IAHR.

pp, NEW 864 Economy Print, HC, (Cat. No. GBRE) $72

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Hydraulics of Dams and Reservoirs


by Fuat Sentrk

814 pp, HC, (Cat. No. HOD) $85

n this book to solve a hydraulic problem, different ways are suggested by different researchers and competent professionals, the solutions are detailed in the book. The comparison of the results are reported in the problems following each chapter. The book describes the hydraulics of flowing water from its inflow in the reservoir, its traveling in the reservoir and over the spillway, then in the downstream channel up to a control section. ISBN 0-918334-80-2. Publ. 1994 WRP. Problem Solution Manual to Order both books and Hydraulics of Dams and save $14 Reservoirs (10% Discount)
by Fuat Sentrk

Please Note: The Economy Print is considered a student version and is not the same grade quality as the Premium Print plus there is some variation in the ink. Otherwise it is exactly the same as the Premium Print. - See page 11 for more information.

Hydraulics of Sediment Transport


by W. H. Graf, 521 pp, SC, (Cat.

River and Lake Ice Engineering


edited by G. D. Ashton

No. HST) $58 This book summarizes and organizes the knowledge of hydraulics of sediment transport into four parts. Part 1: Short History of Sediment Transport; Part 2: Hydrodynamics of Fluid-Particle Systems; Part 3: Sediment Transport in Open Channels; and Part 4: Sediment Transport in Closed Pipes. Each of these parts are as self-contained as possible. This publication can serve as a textbook for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, and as a reference book for all concerned with this topic. ISBN 0918334-56-X. Reprinted 1996 WRP.

504 pp, HC, (Cat. No. RLIE) $58 The IAHR Committee on Ice Problems assigned themselves the task to produce a single, introductory source for the general principles for engineering applied to river and lake ice problems. Book contains nine chapters: Index; Introduction; Ice Physics; Ice Mechanics; Thermal Regime of Lakes and Rivers; Hydraulics of Ice Phenomena; Ice Control; Remote Sensing; and Icebreakers. ISBN 0-918334-59-4. Publ. 1986 WRP.

310 pp, SC, (Cat. No. SMHOD) $55 This solution manual covers the entire field of hydraulics of dams, from the approach condition of the flow to the spillway up to a check point in the downstream natural water course, plus solving all the problems included in the book Hydraulics of Dams and Reservoirs. ISBN 0-918334-90-X. Publ. 1996 WRP.

River Ice Jams


Spyros Beltaos, editor

Risk Analysis in Dam Safety Assessment


188 pp, HC, (Cat. No. RADS) $38
edited by Jan-Tai Kuo and Ben Chie Yen

Stochastic and Risk Analysis in Hydraulic Engineering


edited by B. C. Yen

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Incised Channels Morphology, Dynamics and Control


by S. A. Schumm, M. D. Harvey & C. C. Watson, 220 pp, SC, (Cat. No.

390 pp, HC, (Cat. No. RIJ) $58 This book addresses a subject of considerable socio-economic significance but one that has only recently been studied in some depth. It brings together and synthesizes most of the relevant information, previously scattered in various journals, reports and conference proceedings. The book is a collaborative effort by several authors, each contributing unique expertise and focusing on different aspects of the ice jamming processes and associated problems. ISBN 0-918334-87-X. Publ. 1996 WRP. 31

The book contains ten papers written by international renowned experts and professors in this field. It reviews the theory of reliability analysis in dam safety assessment and introduces the hydrological, hydraulic, and seismic aspects of dam safety and its risk assessment. ISBN 1-887201-20-3. Publ. 1999.

292 pp, HC, (Cat. No. SRAHE) $40 The 22-paper proceedings present a coordinated view of the present status of different aspects of stochastic hydraulics. ISBN 0-91833457-8. Publ. 1986, WRP.

IC) $30 Content: Fluvial systems behavior; Drainage network rejuvenation; Gullies; Entrenched streams; Entrenched channels of Northern Mississippi; Channels; summary and applications. ISBN 0-918334-53-5. Publ. 1984 WRP.

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Roughness Characteristics of New Zealand Rivers

Applied Modeling of Hydrologic T ime Series

NEW

by J. D. Salas, J. W. Delleur, V. Yevjevich, & W. L. Lane

498 pp, SC, (Cat. No. AMHTS) $45 This monograph represents a bridge between theory and practice in modeling hydrologic time series. Step-by-step procedures for modeling univariate and multivariate time series, such as AR, ARMA, ARIMA and disaggregation models, accompanied by examples of applications. ISBN 0-918334-37-3. Publ. 1988 WRP.

336 pp, SC, (Cat. No. RCNZR), 156 full color photographs, $78 - by D. M. Hicks and P. D. Mason

he information presented is the culmination of a three-year field program in which roughness and other hydraulic parameters were measured. Physical and hydraulic characteristics are presented for 78 New Zealand river and canal reaches which may be used as reference reaches for estimating roughness coefficients in similar channels. ISBN 0-477-026008-7, Publ. 1999, NIWA. For more information see page 18.

Frequency and Risk Analyses in Hydrology


by G. W. Kite

Sediment Transport Technology Water and Sediment Dynamics


by D. B. Simons and F. Sentrk

919 pp, HC, (Cat. No. STT) $129

Solution Manual to Sediment Transport Order both books T echnology and save $17.90

264 pp, SC, plus Computer Program, (Cat. No. FRAH) $48 This book describes some methods currently used to apply frequency analysis techniques to hydrological data in order to provide planners and engineers with figures that they can use in practice to reduce the losses caused by flood and drought. ISBN 0-918334-64-0. Revised Edition 1988 WRP.

by D. B. Simons and F. (10% Discount) This publication contains excellent discussions of the concepts, advantages Sentrk and disadvantages of various types of mathematical mod287 pp, SC, (Cat. No. els, providing a source of theoretical and experience-based SMSTT) $50 information for students, consultants, policy formulating agencies, environmentalists and individuals and/or organi- The Solutions Manual zation contemplating or involved in hearings and litigation. effectively supports the text and is very useChapt. l: Introductory Concepts and Historiful both to the praccal Background Chapt. 2: River Morphology and ticing engineer and River Response Chapt. 3: Basic Concepts of to the professors Hydraulics of Open Channels Chapt. 4: Properteaching geomorties of Sediment Chapt. 5: Forms of Bed Roughphology, river ness Chapt. 6: Resistance to Flow Chapt. 7: mechanics, sediBeginning of Motion and Design of Stable Chanment transport and nels Chapt. 8: Hydrologic Analysis and Sedirelated subjects. ment Yield Chapt. 9: Analysis of the Transport of ISBN 0-918334-67Sediment in Open Channels Chapt. 10: Degra5. Publ. 1992 dation, Aggradation and Scour in Alluvial ChanWRP. nels. ISBN 0-918334-66-7. Publ. 1992 WRP.

The Gamma Family and Derived Distributions Applied in Hydrology


by B. Bobe and F. Ashkar

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218 pp, SC, (Cat. No. GFDD) $42 Chapt. 1 discusses the steps to be followed in a hydrologic frequency analysis, Chapt. 2 shows how this system is derived, Chapt. 3 discusses the moments of the different distributions, Chapt. 4 treats the SP and G1 distributions from which all members of the P-LP-GG group are derived, Chapt. 5 - 8 give important distributions for fitting hydrologic data (G2, P, LP, GG), and Chapt. 9 gives some practical recommendations for choosing a statistical distribution/fitting technique from a set of alternatives. ISBN 0918334-68-3 Publ. 1990 WRP.

Computer Program , by B.
Bobe and F. F. Ashkar, Ashkar, (Cat. No.

CGFDD) $85 10 disks - 3 1/2 PC Program HFA


For more information see page 41.

Probability and Statistics in Hydrology


by Vujica Vujica Yevjevich, 309 pp, SC (Cat. No. PSH) $35 This book offers basic principles of probability theory and mathematical inferential statistics as viewed from and applied to hydrology and water resources. ISBN 0-918334-00-4. Reprinted 1997, WRP.

E. Statistics, Probability and Stochastic Processes in Water Resources


Advances in Distributed Hydrology
edited by R. Rosso, A. Peano, I. Becchi and G. A. Bemporad

422 pp, HC, (Cat. No. ADH) $60


Selected papers from the International Workshop organized by ISMES

F. Irrigation
CRIWAR 2.0 A Simulation Model on Crop Irrigation Water Requirements
by M. G. Bos, J. Vos, and R. A. Feddes

This publication provides a comprehensive review of the present advances in distributed hydrologic modeling, and it also indicates some perspectives for both improving the present capability of modeling spatially variable hydrologic processes, and properly approaching hydrologic design and water resources management by using a spatially distributed. ISBN 0-918334-81-0. Publ. 1994 WRP. 32 Phone (800) 736-2405 Fax (720) 873-0173 Email: wrpllc@qwest.net

121 pp, HC, plus Computer Program, (Cat. No. CRIWAR) $34 CRIWAR 2.0 calculates the amount of water required for evapotranspiration from the beginning to the end of a given cropping pattern in a specific regime. ISBN 90-70754398. Publ. 1996 ILRI. Phone (800) 736-2405 Fax (720) 873-0173 Email: wrpllc@qwest.net 33

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FLUME: Design and Calibration of Long-Throated Measurement Flumes


120 pp, HCr plus diskette, (Cat. No. FDC) US $40 - by A. J. Clemmens, M. G.
Bos, and J.A. Replogle

G. Drainage
Channel Design and Flow Analysis + Computer Program - by
James Guo

This book, which includes the FLUME Version 3.0 computer program assists in the design of long-throated flumes (and broad-crested weirs) and to predict the flow rate through the structure being designed in the user-given channel. FLUME Version 3.0 computer program which comes with this publication operates under a MS-DOS environment. ISBN 90 70754 30 4. Publ. 1993 ILRI.

Influences on the Efficiency of Irrigation Water Use


by W. Wolters

Street Hydraulics and Inlet Sizing Using the Computer Model UDINLET
by J. C. Y. Guo

176 pp, HC, (Cat. No. IFI) $25 The study evaluates relationships between measured irrigation efficiencies and characteristics of the environment, of the infrastructure of irrigation systems, and of their operation. ISBN 9070754-290. Publ. 1992 ILRI.

Root Zone Water Quality Model ~


Modelling Management Effects on Water Quality and Crop Production 384 pp, SC, (Cat. No. RZWQM) 6 x 9", US $75 Edited by L. R. Ahuja, K. W. Rojas, J. D. Hanson, M. J. Shaffer, L. Ma See page 17 for more information. ISBN 1-887201-08-4. Publ. WRP, 2000.

Irrigation Fundamentals
An Applied Technology Text for Teaching Irrigation at the Intermediate Level 200 pp, HC, (Cat. No. IF) $52
by George H. Hargreaves and Gary P. Merkley - See page 15 for more information.

100+ pp, SC, (Cat. No. CDFA) $85 A practical and applicable approach to analyzing, classifying, and designing open channel flow. ISBN 1-887-201-09-2. In print 1999, WRP. For more information see page 6.
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108 pp, SPB, (Cat. No. UDINLET) $85 Practical computerized methodology developed for street storm water collection system design. ISBN 1-887201-00-9. From the Table of Contents: Introduction Street Capacity and Inlet Design procedures Curb and Gutter Types Determination of Design Storm Event Determination of Design Discharge Street Hydraulics Types of Inlets Inlet Hydraulics Carryover Flow Computer Hardware Requirements Installation of UDINLET How to Run UDINLET Case Studies. ISBN 1887201-00-9. Publ. 1997 WRP.

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Drainage Manual- Second


Edition 1993 - 350 pp, SC, (Cat. No.

Urban Storm Drainage


Proceedings, U.S. - Italy Bilateral Seminar, Cagliari, Italy
edited by C. Cao, B. C. Yen, & M. Benedini - 330 pp, HC, (Cat. No.

ISBN 1-887201-10-6. Publ. 1998, WRP. *** Irrigation Fundamentals Now Available in Spanish:

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by T. L. Wahl, A. J. Clemmens, M. G. Bos, & J. A. Buy Both Replogle (WINFLUME CD-

DM) $35 A guide to integrating plant, soil, and water relationships for drainage of irrigated lands. See page 7 for more information. Reprinted 2nd edition 1993, USDI (USBR).

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Drainage Principles and Applications


Edited from the lecture notes of the Internatl Course on Land Drainage, Wageningen, The Netherlands - 1200 pp, HC, (Cat. No. DPA) $100 This second edition has been completely revised to bring it up to date with current developments. The emphasis of the whole is on providing clear explanations of the underlying principles. ISBN 90-70754-339. Publ. 1994 ILRI.

Irrigation Maintenance and Operations Learning Process - by G. V. V. Skogerboe and G. P. P.


Merkley - 368 pp, HC, (Cat. No. IMOL) $65

This book provides sensible guidelines and procedures for improved maintenance and operations of conveyance and distribution systems for irrigation water. The maintenance and operations phases of irrigation system management are discussed separately and in detail, with many photographs, sketches, flow charts, and computational examples. ISBN 0-918334-92-6. Publ. 1996 WRP. 34 Phone (800) 736-2405 Fax (720) 873-0173 Email: wrpllc@qwest.net

Analysis of Rainfall Data for Urban Drainage 2 - Effects of Rainfall Characteristics on Urban Runoff 3 Experimental Basins 4 - Modeling of Urban Stormwater Runoff 5 - Stormwater Quality Aspects 6 - Research Programs in Progress in U.S.A. and Italy and potentially in the future. ISBN 0-918334-75-6. Publ. 1993 WRP.

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H. Water Resources Assessment, Planning, Management, Law, and Knowledge Transfer


Cybernetics in Water Resources Management
by B. Djordjevic - 641 pp, HC, (Cat. No. CWRM) $85

Water Resources Planning and Management


286 pp, (Cat. No. WRPM) $52 edited by V.P. Singh, I.W. Seo, J.H. Sonu

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This book will appeal to a wide circle of readers interested in water resources and the associated environmental problems. The unique merit of this book is that it covers in an accessible form virtually all sides of a multi-faced and multi-disciplinary subject. The main goal of this book is to explain the complexity of water management and the importance of right decisions at the right times. ISBN 0-918334-82-9. Publ. 1994 WRP.

The papers contained in this book represent one part of the conference contributions from the Proceedings of the International Conference on Water, Environment, Ecology, Socioeconomics and Health Engineering (WEESHE) held October 18-21, 1999. ISBN 1887201-24-6. Publ. 1999, WRP. For more information see page 19.

I. Measurements of Fluids
Discharge Measurement Structures
edited by M. G. Bos

J. ENVIRONMENTAL / EDUCATIONAL TOPICS Environmental Engineering and Health Sciences

Probabilistic Management of Water Resource and Hydropower Systems


by M. S. Basson, R. B. Allen, G. G. S. Pegram and J. A. van Rooyen

434 pp, HC, (Cat. No. PMWR) $65 his is a first comprehensive publication to cover the application of stochastic hydrology together with sophisticated systems analysis techniques in water resources engineering. The methodology that was developed has been extensively applied in practice for more than five years for the real-time operating and development planning of large water resource systems with great success. The stochastic models and probabilistic techniques have been tested and proven under varied hydrological conditions from semi-desert to humid sub-tropical and mountain highland conditions. Although primarily aimed at complex multi-reservoir systems, serving multiple users with varying reliability of supply requirements, as well as hydropower generation, the methodology described applies equally well to simple single reservoir developments. On behalf of the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, South Africa. ISBN 0-918334-89-6. Publ. 1994 WRP.

400 pp, HC, (Cat. No. DMS) $35 Instructions, standards, and procedures for selection, design and use of structures, which measure or regulate the flow rate in open channels. ISBN 90-70754-150. Revised 1989 ILRI.

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476 pp, SC, (Cat. No. EEHS) $58


edited by J.A. Raynal, J.R. Nuckols, R. Reyes, and M. Ward

Flow Measuring Flumes for Open Channel Systems


by M. G. Bos, J. A. Replogle, & A. J. Clemmens 332 pp, SC, (Cat. No.

FMF) $45 This book is organized so that relatively inexperienced users can quickly understand the basic concepts and can design flumes for immediate use. ISBN 92935515-6. Publ. 1991 ASAE.

The book is the product of the International Symposium on Environmental Engineering and Health Sciences: A Joint Effort for the XXI Century that was organized to provide a forum for the interdisciplinary exchange of views on all aspects of the trades between environmental engineering and health sciences. For more information see page 8. ISBN 1-887201-17-3, In print, 1999, WRP.

Water Resources into the New Millenium: Past Accomplishments and New Challenges
(Cat. No. WATERCD) ISBN 1-887201-25-4, CD-ROM $98 edited by Raymond Walton and Ronald E. Nece More than 400 papers viewed by Adobe Acrobat Version 3.0 This CD-ROM is a compilation of over 400 papers presented in Seattle, Washington at the August 1999 ASCE International Water Resources Engineering Conference. It includes papers from symposia on River Restoration and Sediment Technology, Water Resources in the Urban Environment, Groundwater Protection, and Irrigation Efficiency. Also included are many papers on other aspects of hydraulics and hydrology, irrigation and drainage, sedimentation, water quality, watershed management, hydraulic structures for fish passage, risk based analysis for dam safety, extreme precipitation and floods, design and evaluation of bridges for scour, and the case for dam removal in the United States. Tthe purpose of this conference was to reflect upon what water resources engineers have accomplished, the lessons learned, and to address the challenges the new century holds. Publ. WRP 2000.

Hydrology and Water Resources Education, Training and Management


edited by J. A. Raynal

Water Measurement Manual, 3rd edition


U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation

480 pp, HC, (Cat. No. HWRE) $45 The International Symposium on Hydrology and Water Resources Education and Training: The Challenges to Meet at the Turn of the XXl Century, was organized to provide a forum for the interdisciplinary exchange of views on all aspects of the education and training in hydrology and water resources. ISBN 0-918334-73-X. Publ. 1992 WRP.

349 pp, Sc, (Cat. No. WMM) $58 This third edition was prepared to supplement and update information contained in the second edition, to make available to designers, system operators, and water users the information needed for measuring irrigation, municipal, and industrial waters. Second edition is also available from WRP, spiral bound for $55. See page 17. Publ. 1997, USBR.

NEW

Environmental Modeling
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PART III ~ Computer Programs For additional information, See page 4.

Environmental Primer
by Tom Pankratz

NEW

APE T OOLBOX Package


(Cat No. APETP) $175
Includes:

he papers contained in this book, represent one part of the conference contributions from the Proceedings of the International Conference on Water, Environment, Ecology, Socio-economics and Health Engineering (WEESHE)held October 18-21, 1999. For more information see page 9. ISBN 1-887201-23-8. Publ. 1999, WRP.

68 pp, SC, (Cat. No. WTEP) $15 The purpose of this text is to help the reader better understand the processes and equipment used in the treatment of municipal wastewater. ISBN 0-929244-00-1. Publ. 1993 Lone Oak Publ.

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APE 4.1 Computer Program.and Aquifer Parameter Estimator: Problems and Solutions (Cat. No. APE, also sold
separately, see page 212.) Hard Cover, 248 pp), ISBN 0-918334-94-2, by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D., & Paul Pare, APE also

APE Hydrogeologic Toolbox (Supplemental Manual - Soft Cover, 46 pp) ISBN 1-887201-076, by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D., & Paul Pare

Wastewater Treatment An

Introduction to Aquifer Analysis (sold separately, see page 12) (Soft Cover, 574 pp) ISBN
1-887201-06-8, by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D., & Paul Pare

PART III~Computer Programs


Alluvial Channel Data on PC
Data Base by K. Mahmood, A. M. Choudri, M. Haque, & M. H. Mehrdad Equilibrium Runs Computerized

Report No. IWRI-87-4, 350 pp, 18-5.25 disks, (Cat. No. ACD) $350 A compilation of equilibrium state data (ACOP Canals Equilibrium Runs Computerized Data) from sandbed canals is available in PC usable format. The data base includes 2,267 equilibrium-state measurement runs conducted on 37 ACOP canals from 1974-84. Data for individual runs cover the hydraulic, sedimentation and morphological parameters. The database and programs require an IBM-PC/XT/AT (or fully compatibles) with Math Coprocessor.

PE TOOLBOX Package is a hydrogeologic workshop that is both an engineering and teaching tool. The computer program estimates aquifer parameters using a variety of proven methods including Theisian time, distance-drawdown and recovery methods; time, distance-drawdown Cooper-Jacob solutions, Hantush Inflection Point, steady-state, specific capacity, and variable pumping rate solutions. The APE 4.1 computer program package provides methods and results that hydrogeologists need, including: step-drawdown, well efficiency and capture zone analysis. The ability to model an aquifer test is also included. Unlike some programs that provide limited data sets, the APE TOOLBOX provides many data sets that can be used to test these methods. Publ. WRP. For additional information, See page 3.

Analysis and Design of Step-Drawdown Tests


by Michael Kasenow , 215 pp, SPB, plus Computer Program, (Cat. No.

STP) $45

This book provides in-depth knowledge, examples, and instruction in the use of current step-drawdown analytical methods, including solutions that can confirm results. The program solves for aquifer loss, well loss, specific capacity, transmissivity and more. ISBN 1-887201-15-7. Publ. 1999 WRP.

NEW

Applied Ground-Water Hydrology and W ell Hydraulics ~ 2nd Edition


by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D.

Now 856 pp, SC, 8.5 x 11, 1 computer program plus manual, (Cat. No. AGWH2) $129

Also Sold Separately

NEW

Aquifer Parameter Estimator: Problems and Solutions


Professional VERSION + Computer Program by Michael Kasenow and Paul Pare, 248 pp, HC, (Cat. No. APE) $119 This book (APE) is a hydrogeologic software package that is both an engineering and teaching tool. ISBN 0-918334-94-2. Publ. 1996 WRP. For more information see page 24.

AquiferTest for Windows, (Theis Curve and Cooper-Jacob Solutions) Student ver. 2.54 - by Thomas Rhrich & Waterloo Hydrogeologic Inc., Waterloo, Canada, (Cat. No. AT) $49

he second edition of Dr. Kasenows highly acclaimed first edition provides review and application in regard to the mechanics of ground-water flow and aquifer analysis. Using common language and carefully constructed illustrations, this book has been written for those of us who think visually. ISBN 1-887201-28-9. Publ. 2000, WRP.

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BASIN - A Computer Program


for the Design of Level-Basin Irrigation Systems Ver 2.0, 58 pp, SC, (Cat. No. BAS) $25 - by A.J. Clemmens, A.R. Dedrick,
R.J. Strand

BORDER - A Computer Program for Management Aid for Sloping Border Irrigation Systems Ver 1.0, 56 pp, SC, (Cat. No. BOR) $25
by T.S. Strelkoff, A.J. Clemmens, B.V. Schmidt, E.J. Slosky

Frequency and Risk Analyses in Hydrology


by G. W. Kite

264 pp, SC, plus Computer Program, (Cat. No. FRAH) $48 The computer programs calculate event magnitudes and standard errors at various return periods using the two parameter lognormal (LN2), three parameter lognormal (LN3), type I extremal (TIE), Pearson type III (LP3), and type III extremal (T3E) distributions.The book describes theory and use of each distribution. Also included is a program (SER) to compare the standard errors of each distribution and a sample data set (SAMPLE.DAT). Publ. 1988 WRP. Also see page 32.

This computer program was developed to assist the user with the physical and hydraulic design of level-basin irrigation systems.See page 5 for more information. Publ. 1995, USDA.

This software is designed to provide the user with overviews of predicted system performance.See page 5 for more information. Publ. 1996, USDA.

Channel Design and Flow Analysis + Computer Program - by James Guo

100+ pp, SC, (Cat. No. CDFA) $85 A practical and applicable approach to analyzing, classifying, and designing open channel flow. ISBN 1-887-201-09-2. In print 1999, WRP. For more information see page 6.

NEW

The Gamma Family and Derived Distributions Applied in Hydrology


~ COMPUTER PROGRAM ONLY ~
by B. Bobe and F. Ashkar

10 disks, IBM compatible, (Cat. No. HFA) $85

CD ROM ~ Computer Models of Watershed Hydrology


1 CD ROM, (Cat. No. CDCMWH) $95 - For more information see page 20.

All the statistical tests discussed in Chapter 1 and the methods of parameter estimation presented in Chapters 5 through 8 for the different distributions (G2, P, LP, GG) have been programmed on computer and are available as a PC package. Publ. 1991 WRP. See page 33 for information on the publication.

CRIWAR 2.0 A Simulation Model on Crop Irrigation Water Requirements


by M.G. Bos, J. Vos, & R.A. Feddes

121 pp, plus Computer Program, (Cat. No. CRIWAR) $34 CRIWAR 2.0 calculates the amount of water required for evapotranspiration. ISBN 9070754-398. Publ. 1996 ILRI. For more information see page 33.

Groundwater Dynamics
by Milan Vukovic and Andjelko Soro

544 pp, HC, plus Computer Programs, (Cat. No. GWD) $85 The authors of this book provide a simpler approach to solving even the most complex problems involving groundwater flow. The 118 stated and solved problems from actual practice are used to present the fundamental laws of groundwater flow under steady conditions. ISBN 1-887201-01-7. 1996 WRP. For more information see page 25.

Determination of Aquifer Parameters Using Regression Analysis - 2nd Edition


by Michael Kasenow

170 pp, SPB, plus Computer Program, (Cat. No. DAP) $40 This book provides theory and application for the solution of confined pumping test data, using the Cooper-Jacob method along with regress and array analysis. Both time and distance drawdown methods are included, along with the computer programs Regression Analysis and Aquifer Test for Windows, student version. ISBN 1-887201-16-5. Publ. 1999 WRP.

Groundwater Dynamics Solution Manual


by Milan Vukovic and Andjelko Soro

Order both books and save $12 (10% Discount)

84 pp, SPB, (Cat. No. SMGWD) $35 The Solution Manual includes 131 given problems and solutions. ISBN 1-88720103-3. Publ. 1997 WRP.

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Hydraulics of Water W ells


by Milan Vukovic and Andjelko Soro

Hydro-CD (5th edition) - List of HYDRO programs::


US Army Corps of Eng. Hydrologic Engineering Center (HEC): HEC-1 - Watershed Analysis and Detention Design HEC-2 - Flood Plain Analysis HEC-5 - Simulation of Flood Control and Conservation HEC-5Q - Appendix on Water Quality Analysis HEC-6 - Scour and Deposition in Rivers and Reservoirs HEC-FDA- Flood Damage Analysis Package HEC-FFA (formerly HECWRC) - Flood Flow Frequency Analysis HEC-IFH-Interior Flood Hydrology Program HEC-PAS - Profile Accuracy System HEC-RAS - River Analysis System HMR-49, 51, 52, 55A - Probable Maximum Precip. (Books) HEC-WQRRS - Water Quality for RiverReservoir Systems UNET - Unsteady Flow Program Utility Programs - HEC-DSS Data Storage System, HEC-GSS - Graphics Drivers, COED - Corps Editor, HEC-PLOT - HEC-1 & HEC-2 Plotting Program USDA Soil Conservation Service (SCS): TR-20 - Project Formulation Hydrology TR-55-Urban Hydrology for Small Watersheds USDA Agricultural Research Center: SWRRBWQ - Streamflow Simulation Model Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): EPANET - Hydraulic/Water Quality of Water Dist. Systems SWMM - Storm Water Management Model HSPF - Hydrologic Simulation Program Plus: QUAL2, WASP, ANNIEIDE, CLC Data Base, CORMIX, EXAMSII, FEMWATER, FGETS, GCSOLAR, LC50, PLUMES SMPTOX3, MINTEQA2, PRZM2 Texas DOT THYSYS - Highway Drainage Model

WinStorm - Storm Drain Design included as a courtesy National Weather Service (NWS): DAMBRK - Dam Breach Simulation Simplified DAMBRK NETWORK (DWOPER) - Dynamic Wave Model Bureau of Land Management (BLM): XSPRO - Cross-Section Analyzer US Geological Survey (USGS): DR3M - Distributed Routing Rainfall Runoff Model ANNIE - Interactive Hydrologic data Management PRMS - Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System HSPEXP - Expert System for Calibration of HSPF Program IOWDM - Input/Output for a Watershed Management (WDM) file Federal Highway Administration (FHWA): FESWMS-2DH - Finite Element SurfaceWater Modeling System: 2-dimensional flow in a horizontal plane HYDRAIN - Hydrological and Hydraulic Analyses and Designs WSPRO (HY7) - Water Surface Profiles HY-8 - Culvert Analysis HY-9 - Scour at Bridges DAMP - Drainage Analysis and Modeling Programs Florida DOT: SWITCH - HEC-2 - WSPRO Data Conversion Utility U. of Central Florida (Shareware): SMAVA - Storm Water Management & Design Aid ECONV - Easy Conversion Windows program for Distance, Time, Force, Pressure, Speed, Power, Energy, Mass, Angle and Temperature FREE Hydro-CD Users Guide - this is an electronic quick reference for all the programs provided with Hydro-CD. No Technical support available.

368 pp, HC, 1 - Disk, IBM Compatible, (Cat. No. HWW) $75

he following programs are included: (PROGRAM MVAS W) - computation of well functions; (PROGRAM MVAS QS) - pumping test data evaluation for the quasi-steady flow regime; (PROGRAM MVAS 17) - test and production data processing for unsteady flow conditions and forecast of groundwater flow regime. Interpretation of both the investigative pumping test data and operational pumping, as well as other observed data for prolonged times, is a specific asset of this book. ISBN 0-918334-76-4. Publ. 1992 WRP. The following programs are included: (PROGRAM MVAS W) - computation of well functions (PROGRAM MVAS QS) - pumping test data evaluation for the quasi-steady flow regime (PROGRAM MVAS 17) - test and production data processing for unsteady flow conditions and forecast of groundwater flow regime.

Hydrologic Applications: Computer Programs for Water Resources Engineering


by G. W. Kite

148 pp, SPB, 1 Disk, IBM Compatible, (Cat. No. HAC) $58 Each technique described is accompanied by a computer program. The programs are provided on two disks in compacted form. They are written in Basic or Fortran for use under MSDOS or PC-DOS on IBM-compatible microcomputers. The programs all use full-screen data entry and most have graphical output for clarity. For programs with graphical output, an EGA monitor is necessary. ISBN 0-918334-69-1. Publ. 1991 WRP. See page 21 for more information.

Hydro-CD (5th edition)


50+ programs (Cat. No. HYDROP) $95

5th Edition $95

Adobe Acrobat 3.0 Document Reader provides on-line viewing and printing of manuals and reference guides. Features include word search and book marked chapters and main topics. New Windows interface allows for easy installation of programs and document viewing. This is a DOS/Windows compatible CD ROM disc with over 50+ public domain, shareware, and proprietary programs for surface water hydrology and hydraulics. A simple, menu-driven installation routine transfers each selected program to the users hard disk, along with all necessary example data files. The public domain programs, which include all of the major hydrology and hydraulics programs, may be installed without any restriction. Hard copies of all program documentation included on this CD ROM are available at prices ranging from $15 to $95 per program, see on page 43.
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Partial List of available HYDROM Manuals:


US Army Corps of Engineers (HEC)
HEC-1 ............................................440 pp HEC-2 .............................................316 pp HEC-5 ............................................342 pp HEC-5Q .........................................512 pp HEC-6 ............................................332 pp HEC-IFH .......................................408 pp HMR51 & HMR52.........................270 pp HEC-FFA ..........................................88 pp HEC-PAS ..........................................80 pp HEC-RAS .......................................330 pp HEC-FDA .....................................1052 pp HEC-WQRRS.................................752 pp UNET..............................................325 pp $65 $70 $95 $75 $60 $60 $50 $20 $20 $90 $95 $95 $50 HY-9: Scour at Bridges...................484 pp DAMP.............................................120 pp $55 $25 $15 $40 $35 $30 $75 $20 $50 $75 $15 $95 $95 $25

Project Formulation Hydrology Computer Program


Version 9.83.2, 2 disks (Cat. No. TR20C) $75 This program assists the engineer in hydrologic evaluation of flood events for use in analysis of water resources projects. It is a single event model which computes direct runoff resulting from any synthetic or natural rainstorm. Publ. 1992 SCS.

Street Hydraulics and Inlet Sizing Using the Computer Model UDINLET
by J. C. Y. Guo

Texas DOT
Winstorm .........................................64 pp TR-20..............................................324 pp TR-55..............................................170 pp

108 pp, SPB, (Cat. No. UDINLET) $85 Practical computerized methodology developed for street storm water collection system design. ISBN 1-887201-009. Publ. 1996 WRP. For more information see page 35.

USDA Soil Conservation Service (SCS)

USDA Ag. Research Center


SWRRBWQ....................................202 pp

US Geological Survey (USGS)


FESWMS........................................594 pp DR3M .............................................126 pp PRMS..............................................272 pp

Reservoir Sizing by Transition Probabilities


by I. Zsuffa and A. Galai

HEC Utility Programs (documentation is not included with any other manuals)
HEC-DSS........................................510 pp COED ...............................................86 pp $60 $20 $95 $40 $40

National Weather Service (NWS)


DAMBRK.......................................582 pp XSPRO .............................................74 pp

Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Environmental Prot. Agency (EPA)


SWMM ...........................................829 pp HSPF ..............................................670 pp EPANET ........................................ 128 pp

Federal Highway Admin. (FHWA)


HYDRAlN ......................................704 pp WSPRO: HY7.................................328 pp HY-8: Culvert Analysis...................382 pp

195 pp, SC, 1-Disk MS-DOS Format, (Cat. No. RSTP) $48 NEW The two disks contain the computer programs for the solution of sizing problems of the book and for 19 examples presented in Part II: Applications. ISBN 0-918334-62-4. Publ. WRP 1987.

Teaching Hydrologic Applications


Spreadsheets by J. K. Koelliker

154 pp, SPB, plus Computer Program, (Cat. No. THA) $40 Lessons included in this set are as follows: Title Page, Unit Conversion Table, and Unit Comparison Graph Sources of Hydrologic Data and Displaying Data Precipitation Intensity-Duration-Frequency Curve and Design Storm Statistical Analysis Using Normal Distribution Statistical Analysis Using Log Pearson Type III Distribution Precipitation Excess for a Design Storm on a Small Watershed Composite Hydrograph for a Small Watershed Flood Routing Through a Small Reservoir. Reprinted 1996 WRP.

Introduction to Aquifer Analysis


4th Edition - 495 pp, SC, (Cat. No. IAA) $75
by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D. - Computer Program by Michael Kasenow, Ph.D., and Paul Pare

Root Zone Water Quality Model

NEW

NEW

Modelling Management Effects on Water Quality and Crop Production Edited by L. R. Ahuja, K. W. Rojas, J. D. Hanson, M. J. Shaffer, L. Ma Softcover, 384 pp, 6 x 9", US $75 For more information see page 17. ISBN 1-887-201-08-4. Publ. WRP, 1999.

This book, now in its fourth edition, presents the conventional solution methods using common language and carefully constructed illustrations. ISBN 1-887201-06-8. Publ. 1997, WRP. For more information see page 14.
IAA Advantages are: Introduces fast and easier methods Includes Kasenow-Sheahan, array analysis, a production well solution, the Hantush inflection point method, and a study state Quick and easy to use Numerous solution methods to substantiate results Verifies Theis assumptions without curve matching.

Screening of Hydrological Data: Tests for Stationarity and Relative Consistency


by E. R. Dahmen and M. J. Hall

Theis Made Easy


New Methods and A Computer Program in Well Well Hydraulics by Michael Kasenow - 284 pp, SC, 1 disk, (Cat. No. THEIS) $85 This computer program, along with many data sets can be used to test promising new methods that solve for the storage coefficient using observation well recovery data. ISBN 0-918334-85-3. Publ. 1994 WRP. For more information see page 27.

60 pp, SC, 1-disk, (Cat. No. SHD) $20 Details of the data-screening procedure have been developed over a period of several years. The basic procedure can also be used for a significance test for breaks in double mass curves, offering an alternative to the analysis of variance. ISBN 9070754-23-1. Publ. 1990 ILRI.

PRODUCTION WELL ANALYSIS


New Methods and a Computer Program in Well Well Hydraulics by Michael Kasenow - 350+ pp, SC, (Cat. No. PWELL) $85 This computer program provides theory, application and a powerful user friendly computer program that solves for transmissivity and hydraulic conductivity using drawdown data collected from a production well. ISBN 0-918334-99-3. Publ. 1996 WRP.. 44 Phone (800) 736-2405 Fax (720) 873-0173 Email: wrpllc@qwest.net

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Urban Hydrology for Small Watersheds


(TR-55 COMPUTER PROGRAM)

Water Surface Profile 2


87 pp, SPB, plus Computer program, (Cat. No. NEH630/WSP2) $75 (Replaces TR-61) -- WSP2 Water Surface Profiles. This computer program can aid in the determination of flow characteristics for a given set of stream and flood plain conditions. It can compute water surface profiles in open channels and estimate head losses at restrictive sections, including roadways with either a bridge opening or culverts. Publ. 1994 SCS.

Computer Program Packages developed by the Hydrologic Engineering Center of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
SOURCE CODES AVAILABLE FOR ALL HEC PROGRAMS for $100 per title except as noted - PLEASE SPECIFY

70 pp, 1 manual SPC, 2-Disks, MSDOS compatible, (Cat. No. TR55C) $75 Additional manual 166 pp for $35, COST for all - $95 This program provides simplified procedures to calculate storm runoff volume, peak rates of discharge, and storage volumes required for stormwater detention basins, applicable in small watersheds, especially urbanizing watersheds. It also provides for hydrologic analysis of a watershed under various combinations of land uses using single-event storm rainfall frequency data. The program can accommodate division of the watershed into subareas and will estimate individual sub-areas as well as total area peak rates of runoff. Publ. Sept. 1992 SCS.

HEC-1, Flood Hydrograph, Version 4.1, June, 1998


4 Manuals SPC, 1 Disk, 6 Supplements, (Cat. No. HEC1) $135
All ordinary flood hydrograph computations associated with a single recorded or hypothetical storm can be accomplished with this package. This version reflects error corrections and code improvements, plus minor changes to computation methods. A new source code is available.
Manuals/Users Guides:
FLOOD HYDROGRAPH USERS MANUAL-June. 1998, 434 pp. COED MANUAL - Feb. 1987, 73 pp. HECDSS - Users Guide for HECDSS - March 1995, 510 pp. TD32 - Using HEC1 on a Personal Computer

COED Manual - Feb. 1987, 73 pp. TD18 - Application of HEC2 Split Flow Option

Computer Programs:
EDIT2, EMNU2, (100 RAM), SUMPO and COED.

Supplement:
Installation Instructions. See page 51 for a description of the programs.

Water W ell and Aquifer Test Analysis


by Phil Hall, Computer Programs by Joe Chen 428 pp, HC, (Cat. No. WWAT) $82

HEC-5, Simulation of Flood Control & Conservation Systems, Version 8.0, Oct, 1998
8 Manuals SPB, 10 Disks, 4 Supplements, (Cat. No. HEC5) $135 Version 8.0 has been implemented using
Extended Memory (runs in a MS DOS Prompt Window or in MS-DOS mode).This new version has several new program features and modifications and allows a great number of reservoirs, hydropower plants, control points and diversions. It will accommodate the requirements of several large period-of-record studies. A new Source Code is also available. The HEC5 package includes the following programs: Manuals/Users Guides:
SIMULATION OF FLOOD CONTROL & CONSERVATION SYSTEM-USERS MANUAL, (With Exhibit 8)-Oct, 1998, 378 pp. HECDSS - Users Guide for HECDSS - March, 1995, 291 pp. COED Manual - Feb. 1987, 73 pp. INCARD - Flow Conversion for HEC-5 - May 1990, 26 pp. CKHEC5 - Input Data Checking Program for HEC5 - June 1987, 50 pp. INFIVE - Interactive Input Preparation Program for HEC-5 - June 1987, 82 pp. MOD5 - Interactive Input Modification Program for HEC-5 - April 1988, 44 pp. TD29 - Simulation of Reservoir System on a Personal Computer

Using Specific Capacity to Estimate Transmissivity: Field and Computer Methods


by Michael Kasenow and Paul Pare - 90

his book, containing 15 chapters, covers the basic concepts of testing, theory and practical application. Separate chapters are devoted to confined aquifers, recovery tests, boundary conditions, unconfined aquifers and leaky aquifers. The programs have a graphics interface and are user friendly. They run under DOS or Windows. ISBN 0-918334-93-4. Publ. 1996 WRP.

Computer Programs:
MENU1 (100K RAM), COED, and HECDSS, routine, DSS UTL & DISPLAY

Supplements:
Installation and Execution Instructions for HEC-1 HECDSS, Installation Instructions for Device Drivers HECDSS, Overview of DSPLAY for the PC HEC1IN, Interactive input Developer for HEC-1 See page 51 for a description of the programs.

pp, SPB, 1 disk, (Cat. No. USCET) $40 This monograph provides methods, application and a user friendly computer program that solves for transmissivity using specific capacity data obtained from a production well. An accurate field method is given, along with a computer program that corrects for well efficiency and partial penetration in a confined aquifer, and dewatering in an unconfined aquifer. ISBN 0-918334-95-0. Publ. 1994 WRP.
"This book makes a significant contribution to the field. We will be using it as our course book." -- Prof. G. P. Jones (London University). "This is the most up to date text book and software currently available in this field." -- Dr. John Bredehoeft formerly with the USGS. "This is a must read book in this field. Full of practical examples." -- Paul Summers, Senior hydrogeologist, US Bureau of Land Management. "This book is full of good stuff." -- W.C. Walton.

HEC-2, Water Surface Profiles


4 Manuals SPB, 4 Disks, 2 Supplements, (Cat. No. HEC2) $135 The program computes water surface profiles for one-dimensional steady, gradually varied flow in rivers of any cross section. Version (MS DOS compatible; 390K RAM, Sept., 1990), includes: PLOT2 provides cross-section, profile and rating curve plots to the screen or a choice of HP pen plotters. Either a CGA or EGA graphics card and VGA monitor is required for graphics. Manuals/Users Guides:
WATER SURFACE PROFILES Users Manual-Sept. 1991, 302 pp. COMPUTING WATER SERVICE PROFILE

Computer Programs:
MENU5, HEC-DSS PC Package, COED, CKHEC5, INCARD, INFIVE and MOD5

Supplement:
Installation Instructions See page 51 for a description of the programs.

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PART III ~ Computer Programs The utility programs have been developed to edit, add, delete, catalog, print or plot data stored in a DOS file.
Manuals/Users Guides:
HECDSS - Users Guide for HECDSS - Dec. 1990, 291 pp.

HEC-5Q, Simulation of Flood Control & Conservation Systems


(Includes Water Water Quality Analysis)

5 Manuals SPB, 6 Disks, 4 Supplements, (Cat. No. HEC5Q) $175 This program simulates the sequential operation of reservoir systems for flood control and conservation purposes. Version (MS DOS compatible: base memory - 560K RAM; available extended memory - 6Mb, Feb., 1989).
Manuals/Users Guides:
SIMULATION OF FLOOD CONTROL & CONSERVATION SYSTEM-USERS MANUAL, (Without Exhibit 8) - Apr. 1982, 237 pp. EXHIBIT 8 - INPUT DESCRIPTION - Jan. 1989, 119 pp. APPENDIX - ON WATER QUALITY ANALYSISSept 1986, 333 pp. (Contains GEDA, WEATHR, THERMS, HEATS) COED Manual - Feb. 1987, 73 pp. HECDSS - Users Guide for HECDSS - Dec. 1990, 291 pp.

HEC-RAS, RIVER ANALYSIS SYSTEM plus Computer Program (windows) version 2.2, Oct 98
3 Manuals + Supplement, SPB, plus Computer Program, (Cat. No. HECRAS) $98, This program is intended to be the successor to the current steady-flow HEC-2, as well as provide unsteady flow, sediment transport, and hydraulic design capabilities. The concept also provides a consistent usage of data among the modeling methods. This program is constantly being updated and added to.
Manuals/Users Guides:
User's Manual, Version 2.2, 10/98. Reference Manual, Version 2.2, 10/98, and Applications Guide.

HEC-WQRRS, Water Quality for River-Reservoir Systems


6 Manuals, 3 Disks, 1 Supplement, (Cat. No. WQRRS) $175
Manuals/Users Guides:
WATER QUALITY FOR RIVER RESERVOIR SYSTEMS - Users Manual - Oct. 1978, 363 pp. GEDA - USERS MANUAL - Oct. 1981, 66 pp. WEATHR-USERS MANUAL - Jan. 1986, 25 pp. THERMS-Users Manual - Nov. 1977, 101 pp. (Includes HEATX-Users Manual) STREAM HYDRAULICS PACKAGE (SHP) - June 1988 STATISTICAL & GRAPHICAL ANALYSES OF STREAM WATER QUALITY DATA - Reference Manual, July 1987, 107 pp.

Computer Programs:
DSSUTL, DISPLAY, DSSIN, REPGEN, DSSTS, DSSITS, DSSTXT, DSSPD, DWINDO, WATDSS, NWSDSS

Supplements:
(HECDSS) Installation Instructions for Device Drivers (HECDSS) Overview of DSPLAY. See page 51 for a description of the programs.

HEC-FFA, Flood Frequency Analysis


3 Manuals SPB, 5 Disks, 1 Supplement, (Cat. No. HECFFA) $135 This program performs frequency computation of annual maximum flood peaks according to the Water Resources Council Guidelines for Determining Flood Flow Frequency. Many of the routines were written in a top-down, structured-program style.
Manuals/Users Guides:
FLOOD FREQUENCY ANALYSIS - Users Manual -May 1992. COED Manual - Feb. 1987, 73 pp. HECDSS

Computer Programs:
GEDA, HEATX and WEATHR, WQRRSR, WQRRS, SHPDSS Installation Instructions - Oct. 1989.

Supplement:
See below for a description of the programs.

Note: Will only run on computers using Windows


95 or Windows NT. See below for a description of the programs.

Computer Programs:
DSPLAY, DSSIN, DSSITS, GEDA, COED, HEATX and WEATHR See page 51 for a description of the programs.

Description of HEC programs


CKHEC5 (checks HEC-5 input data for various errors) (MS DOS compatible; 550K RAM, March 1991). COED (text editor, operators in either a line-edit mode or in a full-screen edit mode) (MS DOS compatible; 440K RAM Nov. 1987). DSPLAY (graphically displays DSS data) (MS DOS compatible; March 1995). DSSIN (enters regular-interval time-series data observations into an HEC Data Storage System (DSS) file) (MS DOS compatible; 120K RAM, June 1988). DSSMATH (arithmetic computations and transformations of DSS data) (MS DOS compatible; March 1995). DSSTS, DSSITS, DSSPD (utility for entering interval time-series data into a DSS file) (MS DOS compatible; March 1995). DSSUTL (tabulates, edits, copies, etc. DSS data) (MS DOS compatible; March 1995). DSSTXT (stores and retrieves text data in a DSS file) (MS DOS compatible; March 1995). DWINDO (interactively enters data using screen forms) (MS DOS compatible; March 1995). EDIT2 (serves as input data editor) (MS DOS compatible; 185K RAM, Sept., 1988). INCARD (reads and converts time series input data sets, BF-ER records) (MS DOS compatible; 355K RAM, March, 1991). INFIVE (prepares data interactively) (MS DOS compatible, 231K RAM, March, 1991). MOD5 (modifies existing data sets) (MS DOS compatible; 574K RAM, March, 1991). GEDA (preprocessor for WQRRS (SHPDSS) and HEC5Q programs) (MS DOS compatible; 510K RAM, Dec., 1987). HEATX (outputs coefficients necessary for the WQRRS, HEC5Q, and THERMS programs) (MS DOS compatible; 58K RAM, Dec., 1980). REPGEN (flexible means of generating a wide variety of tabular text reports from DSS data files) (MS DOS compatible; March 1995). SHPDSS, DSSSHF, WATDSS, NWSDSS (data format translations) (MS DOS compatible; March 1995). SUMPO (interacts and builds summary output tables from TAPE95 files) (MS DOS compatible; 188K RAM, Sept., 1988). THERMS (determines the annual temperature cycle of an improvement on a daily basis) (Nov. 1977). WATDSS (data storage system to DSS data entry program) (May 1987). WEATHR (prepares required input weather data) (MS DOS compatible; 50K RAM, May, 1987). WQRRSQ (evaluates water quality conditions in a stream network of branching channels and/or around islands).

3 Manuals SPB, 2 Disks, 2 Supplements, (Cat. No. HEC6) $135 The purpose of this one-dimensional sediment transport model is to calculate water surface and sediment bed surface profiles by computing the interaction between sediment material in the streambed and the flowing water-sediment mixture.
Manuals/Users Guides:
Users Manual -June 1991, 253 pp. Coed Manual - Feb. 1987, 73 pp. TD13 - Guidelines for HEC6

HEC-6, Scour and Deposition in Rivers and Reservoirs

Computer Programs:
HECDSS, COED

Supplement:
Installation Instructions See page 51 for a description of the programs.

HEC-HMS, Hydrology Modeling System, Second


Edition

Computer Programs:
INSTALL, HEC6EXE, HECDAT, MENU6, COED

Supplement:
Installation Instructions See page 51 for a description of the programs.

HEC-DSS, Data Storage System Utility HECDSS


1 Manual SPB, 3 Disks, 3 Supplements, (Cat. No. HECDSS) $80 48

1 manual, Version 2.1, SC, 125 pp, 6 diskettes, (Cat. No. HECHMS) $68 Version 1.0 for Windows. Precipitationrunoff simulation program that replaces HEC-1, but provides a similar variety of options. It enables use of brid-based rainfall data and continuous simulation, providing enhanced capability for parameter estimation. Publ. 4/99, HEC.

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PART IV ~ US Soil Conservation Publications


These National Engineering publications are distributed by WRP with the permission of the U.S. Soil Conservation Service as photocopies of the original text. All catalog numbers (Cat. No.) are the same as SCS codes. Updated continuously - Spiral Bound (SPB), unless specified otherwise.

PART IV ~ US Soil Conservation Publications


Stability Design of Grass-Lined Open Channels 175 pp, (Cat. No. AH-667) .......................................$25 Engineering Handbook Hydraulics 234 pp, (Cat. No. NEH-5) ............$28 Entrance Head Losses in Drop Inlet Spillways 12 pp, (Cat. No. DN-8), 1969 ..............................................$6 Hydraulic Design of Riprap Gradient Control Structures 146 pp, (Cat. No. TR- 59), 1978........................$22 Hydraulic Design of the Box-Inlet Drop Spillway 40 pp, (Cat. No. AH301), 1966 ...................................$12 Hydraulics of Broad-Crested Spillways 112 pp, (Cat. No. TR-39), 1968.............................................$20 Hydraulics of Two-Way Covered Risers 18 pp, (Cat. No. TR-29), 1965.............................................. $8 Simplified Method for Determining Floodwater Retarding Storage 12 pp, (Cat. No. TR-33), 1978...........$6 Submerged Weir Flow 6 pp, (Cat. No. DN-15), 1973 ..........................$5

E. Geology
Engineering Geology 186 pp, (Cat. No. NEH-8),1978 .........................$25 Geologic Investigations for Watershed Planning 64 pp, (Cat. No. TR-17), 1966 ........................$15 Gradation Design of Sand and Gravel Filters 50 pp, (Cat. No. NEH 633-26), 1994 ................... $15 Ground Water Geology 224 pp, (Cat. No. NEH-18), 1978 .............$25 Ground Water Recharge 24 pp, (Cat. No. TR-36), 1967..................$8 Procedure for Computing Sheet and Rill Erosion on Project Areas 20 pp, (Cat. No. TR-51), 1977............$8 Reservoir Storage Volume Planning 22 pp, (Cat. No. TR-75), 1991 ....$8 Rock Material Field Classification Procedure 31 pp, (Cat. No. TR71), 1984 .....................................$10 Sedimentation 210 pp, (Cat. No. NEH-3), 1984...............................$28

A. Agricultural Engineering
Aeration of Ponds Used in Aquaculture 17 pp, (Cat. No. AEN-3), 1984 .............................$8
Agricultural Waste Management Field Manual 668 pp, (Cat. No. AWM-1), 1996.............................................$70 Engineering Field Manual for Conservation Practices 1052 pp, (Cat. No. EFM-1), 1997 .............$115 Landscape and Wildlife Habitat Management in the Countryside 28 pp, (Cat. No. Lan-3), 1987 .....$10 Landscape Design: Ponds 24 pp, (Cat No. LAN-2), 1988.................$10 Project Formulation Hydrology, Computer Handbook 302 pp, (Cat. No. TR-20), Revised 1992..$40 Project Formulation Hydrology: Computer Program 2 disks + documentation, (Cat. No. TR-20C), 1986.. ..........................................$75 Runoff Prediction Uncertainty for Ungauged Agricultural Watersheds 18 pp, (Cat. No. TP-143), 1990 ..$8 Treatment of Abandoned Mine Shafts and Adits 42 pp, (Cat. No. AEN-1), 1981.............................................$12

Engineering Layout, Notes, Staking and Calculations 118 pp, (Cat. No. TR-62), 1979 ...............................$17 Lateral Earth Pressures 100 pp, (Cat. No. TR-74), 1984................$17

C. Dams
Characterization of Rock for Hydraulic Erodibility 84 pp, (Cat. No. TR-78), 1991.........................$17 Design and Installation of Flexible Conduits 110 pp, (Cat. No. TR-77), 1990............................................ $18 Earth Dams and Reservoirs 60 pp, (Cat. No. TR-60), 1985................$15 Gated Outlet Appurtenances for Earth Dams 260 pp, (Cat. No. TR46), 1982 .....................................$32 Guide for Design and Layout of Earth Emergency Spillways as Part of Emergency Spillway Systems for Earth Dams 14 pp, (Cat. No. TR52), 1973 .......................................$7 Guide for Design and Layout of Vegetative Wave Protection for Earth Dam Embankments 32 pp, (Cat. No. TR-56), 1974................$12 Riprap Lined Plunge Pool for Cantilever Outlet 15 pp, (Cat. No. DN-6), 1986 ...................................$7 Riprap for Slope Protection Against Wave Action 61 pp, (Cat. No. TR69), 1983 .....................................$15

G. Hydrology
Determination of Storage Requirements to Meet SupplyDemand Relationships 20 pp, (Cat. No. TR-19), 1962..................$8 Hydrology - National Engineering Handbook 734 pp, (Cat. No. NEH4), 1985 .......................................$75 A Method for Estimating Volume and Rate of Runoff in Small Watersheds 64 pp, (Cat. No. TP149), 1973 ...................................$15 Review of GIS Applications in Hydrologic Modeling 16 pp, (Cat. No. TP-144), 1993 .........................$8 Urban Hydrology for Small Watersheds 166 pp, (Cat. No. TR55), 1986 .....................................$35 Urban Hydrology for Small Watersheds (Computer Program) 70 pp, (Cat. No. TR-55C), 1992 ..$75

F. Hydraulics and Hydraulic Engineering


Application of Rainfall - Runoff Simulation for Flood Forecasting 20 pp, (Cat. No. TP-145), 1993 .$8 Criteria for the Hydraulic Design of Impact Basins Associated with Full Flow in Pipe Conduits 20 pp, (Cat. No. TR-49), 1971............$8 Design and Analysis of Rock Chutes 24 pp, (Cat. No. DN-22), 1983....$8 Design of Open Channels 156 pp, (Cat. No. TR-25), 1977................$25

B. Construction
Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD Standards) 45 pp, (Cat. No. TR-73), 1989 .............................. $12 Construction Inspection 296 pp, (Cat. No. NEH-19), 1971 .............$34

D. Drainage
Drainage of Agricultural Land 404 pp, (Cat. No. NEH-16), 1971 .......$45

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Water Surface Profile 2 87 pp, plus Computer program, (Cat. No. NEH630), 1994 ...................................$75 Soil-Plant-Water Relationships 66 pp, (Cat. No. NEH-15-1), 1991....$15 Sprinkler Irrigation 87 pp, (Cat. No. NEH-15-11), 1983........................$15 Trickle Irrigation 132 pp, (Cat. No. NEH-15-7), 1984 .........................$20

PART V ~ Books Still in Print


Available in limited quantities
Administration of Public Solid Waste Management Systems (APSW) $37 Application of Stochastic Processes in Sediment Transport (ASPST) $42 Applied Modeling in Catchment Hydrology (AMCH) $42 Applied Surface Hydrology (ASH) $60 BASCAD: A Mathematical Model for Level Basin Irrigation (BMM) $16 Bed-Load Transport Theory&Practice (BLT) $30 Channel Stability Assessment for Flood Control Project (CSAF) $40 Closed-Conduit Flow (CCF) $45 Coping with Droughts (CWD) $45 Current Practices Ground-Water & Valdose Zone Investigations $49 Decision Making for Hydrosystems: Forecasting & Operation (DMH) $40 Decisions with Inadequate Hydrologic Data (DIHD) $30 Environmental Design for Public Projects (EDPP) $30 Environmental Impact on Rivers (EIR) $32 Evolution and Administration of Colorado Water Law (EACWL) $35 Fluvial Hydraulics (FHGRAF) $45 Hydraulic Design of Reversible Flow Trashracks (HDRFT) $16 Hydraulic Models (HM) $42 Irrigation Software Information (ISI) $14 Landscape Irrigation Design (LID) $42 Leaky Confined Aquifers and the Hantush Inflection Point $25 Management & Law for Water Resources (MLWR) $40 Management, Operation & Maintenance of Irrigation & Drainage Systems (MOM) $80 Mathematical Modeling of Hydrologic Series (MMHS) $35 Mechanics of Alluvial Channels (MAC) $60 Modeling Components of Hydrologic Cycle (MCHC) $42 ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ Numerical Modelling of Groundwater Basins (NMGB) Numerical Modelling of Groundwater Basins, Computer Pro.(SGMP1/SGMP2) Plan. of Services Centres in Rural Areas of Developing Countries (PSC) Policies & Organizations for Urban Water Management (POUWM) Population & Development (PD) Proc.of the 1st Congress of the Intntl Mine Water Association (PFCIMW) Rainfall-Runoff Relationship (RRR) Reliability Analysis of Water Distribution Systems (RAWD) Reliability in Water Resource Management (RWRM) Resistance Temperature Transducers (RTT) Resistance Temperature Transducers, Softbound (RTTS) Significant Aspects of GroundWater Aquifers Related to Well Head Protection Considerations (SAGA) Statistical Analysis of Rainfall and Runoff (SARR) Stochastic Approaches to Water Resources (2 Vols) (SAWR) Stochastic Hydraulics - 92 (SH92) Stochastic Processes in Hydrology (SPH) Structure of Daily Hydrologic Series (SDHS) Subterranean Hydrology (SH) Surface & Subsurface Hydrology (SSH) Systems Approach to Hydrology (SAH) Technology Assessment for Water Supplies (TAWS) Unsteady Flow in Open Channels Manual (UFOCNB) Urban Stormwater Hydraulics & Hydrology (USHH) Urban Stormwater Quality, Management & Planning (USQ) Water Supply System Rehabilitation (WSSR) $24 ____ $15 ea__ $15 ____ $20 ____ $25 ____ $72 ____ $42 ____ $36 ____ $30 ____ $30 ____ $20 ____ $18 ____ $42 ____ $45 ____ $85 ____ $40 ____ $32 $58 $35 $35 ____ ____ ____ ____

H. Irrigation
Irrigation - National Engineering Handbook 1087 pp, (Cat. No. NIH) (Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12), unbound ............................$125 Border Irrigation 254 pp,(Cat. No. NEH-15-4), 1974 .........................$32 Contour-Levee Irrigation 32 pp, (Cat. No. NEH-15-6), 1969..........$10 Furrow Irrigation 104 pp, (Cat. No. NEH-15-5), 1983 .........................$15 Irrigation Pumping Plants 74 pp, (Cat. No. NEH-15-8), 1959..........$15 Irrigation Water Requirements 92 pp, (Cat. No. TR-21), 1970..........$15 Irrigation Water Requirements 300 pp, (Cat. No. NEH-623-2), 1993. $40 Land Leveling 64 pp, (Cat. No. NEH15-12), 1961 ................................$15 Measurement of Irrigation Water 76 pp, (Cat. No. NEH-15-9), 1973....$15 Planning Farm Irrigation Systems 96 pp, (Cat. No. NEH-15-3), 1967...... .....................................................$15 Predicting Rainfall Erosion Losses A Guide to Conservation Planning 60 pp, (Cat. No. AH-537), 1978 .$15 Prediction of the Concentration of Fine Sediment in Channels from Single Storm Events 5 pp, (Cat. No. GN-2) .....................................$5 Procedure for Determining Rates of Land Damage, Land Depreciation and Volume of Sediment Produced by Gully Erosion 18 pp, (Cat. No. TR-32), 1966 .................................$8

I. Miscellaneous
Flood Proofing 25 pp, (Cat. No. TR57), 1975 .......................................$9 General Guideline for the Assessment of Water Quality 29 pp, (Cat. No. TR-58), 1976..........$10

J. Soil Engineering
Dispersive Clays 28 pp, (Cat. No. SMN-13), 1991 ............................$10 Flow Net Construction and Use 50 pp, (Cat. No. SMN-5), 1973 ........$13 Permeability of Selected Clean Sands and Gravels 22 pp, (Cat. No. SMN-9), 1987 .......................$18 Portable Pinhole Test Apparatus 68 pp, (Cat. No. SMN-12), 1971 ......$15 Soil Mechanics Considerations for Embankment Drains 68 pp, (Cat. No. SMN-3), 1971 .......................$15 Soil Mechanics Testing Standards 100 pp, (Cat. No. SMN-8), 1984 .$17 The Use of Soils Containing More than 5 Percent Rock Larger than the No. 4 Sieve 18 pp, (Cat. No. TR-26), 1964 .................................$8

$35 ____ $45 ____ $40 ____ $40 ____ $31 ____

PART VI ~ Forthcoming Publications and Computer Programs


Advances in Water Monitoring Research, edited by Dr. Tamim Younos, SC. Applying Geomorphology to Environmental Management, edited by Dr. M. Harvey, SC. Hydrologic Frequency Analysis, by J.C.Y. Guo, SPB, + Computer Program. Hydrosystems Engineering and Managment, by Dr. Larry W. Mays and Yeou-Koung Tung, SC. Mathematical Models of Watershed Hydrology, edited by Dr. V. P. Singh, HC, 2 vols. Sanitary Sewer System Design and Flow Analysis, by J.C.Y. Guo, SPB, + Computer Program. Storm Sewer System Design and Flow Analysis, by J.C.Y. Guo, SPB, + Computer Program. Storm Runoff Prediction, by J.C.Y. Guo, SPB, + Computer Program.

K. Structural Engineering
Chute Spillways 224 pp, (Cat. No. NEH-14), 1977.............................$28 Drop Spillways 178 pp, (Cat. No. NEH-11), 1968.............................$25 Structural Design 234 pp, (Cat. No. NEH-6), 1980...............................$30

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PART VII ~ Title Index


in Alphabetical Order, with Prices
A Administration of Public Solid Waste Management Systems - (APSW) $37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 Advances in Distributed Hydrology - (ADH) $60 . . . . . . . . . .32 AEN-1, Treatment of Abandoned Mine Shafts and Adits - $12 50 AEN-3, Aeration of Ponds Use in Aquaculture - $8 . . . . . . . . .50 Aeration of Ponds Used in Aquaculture - (AEN-3 ) $8 . . . . .50 Agricultural Waste Management Field Manual (AWM-1) $70 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 AH-301, Hydraulic Design of the Box-Inlet Drop Spillway - $12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 AH-537, Predicting Rainfall Erosion Losses A Guide to Conservation Planning - $15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52 AH-667, Stability Design of Grass-Lined Open Channels - $25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 Alluvial Channel Data on PC Equilibrium Runs Computerized Data Base - (ADC) $350 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 Analysis & Design of Step-Drawdown Tests - (ASTP) $45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3, 23, 38 Analysis & Evaluation of Pumping Test Data - (AEPT) $38 . .23 APE TOOLBOX Package - (APETP) $175 . . . . . . . . .4, 24, 39 Application of Rainfall - Runoff Simulation for Flood Forecasting - (TP-145) $8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 Application of Stochastic Processes in Sediment Transport - (ASPST) $42 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 Applied Ground-Water Hydrology and Well Hydraulics - (AGWHH2) $129 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3, 23, 39 Applied Modeling in Catchment Hydrology - (AMCH) $42 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 Applied Modeling of Hydrologic Time Series - (AMHTS) $45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 Applied Surface Hydrology - (ASH) $68 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 Aquifer Parameter Estimator: Problems and Solutions - (APE) $119 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24, 38 Atlas CD US Rainfall - (ATLASCD) $49 . . . . . . . . . . . . .24, 38 AWM-1, Agricultural Waste Management Field Manual - (AWM-1) $70 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 B BASCAD: A Mathematical Model for Level Basin Irrigation - (BMM) $16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 Basic Hydraulic Principles of OpenChannel Flow - (BHPOF) $35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 BASIN - Computer Program for Design of Level-Basin Irrigation Systems - (BAS) $25) . . . . . . . .5, 40 Bed-Load Transport Theory and Practice - (BLT) $30 . . . . . .53 BORDER - Computer program - Management Aid Sloping Border Irrigation Systems - (BOR) $25 . . . . . .5, 40 Border Irrigation - (NEH-15-4) $32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52 Bridge Scour - (BSR) $78 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5, 28 C Canal Automation Pilot Project (CAPP) $25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 D Dams and Public Safety - (DPS) $49 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7, 28 Data Storage System (HECDSS) $80 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48 Decision Making for Hydrosystems: Forecasting & Operation - (DMH) $40 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 Decisions with Inadequate Hydrologic Data - (DIHD) $30 . . .53 Design and Analysis of Rock Chutes - (DN-22) $8 . . . . . . . . .51 Design, Construction, and Maintenance of Relief Wells - (DCMRW) $28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Design and Installation of Flexible Conduits - (TR-77) $18 . .50 Design of Hydraulic Steel Structures - (DHSS) $24 . . . . . . . .53 Design of Networks for Monitoring Water Quality - (DNM) $42 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Design of Open Channels - (TR-25) $25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 Design of Small Canal Structures - (DSCS) $58 . . . . . . . 23, 29 Design of Small Dams - (DSD) $85 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7, 29 Design of Stormwater Wetland Systems (DSWS) $25 . . . . . . .7 Determination of Aquifer Parameters Using Array & Regression Analysis - (DAP2) $40 . . . . . .8, 24, 40 Determination of Hydraulic Conductivity of Porous Media from Grain-Size Composition - (DHC) $35 . . . . .24 Catchment Runoff and Rational Formula - (CRRF) $30 . . . . .20 CD ROM - Computer Models of Watershed Hydrology - (CDCMWH) $95 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20, 40 Channel Design and Flow Analysis + Computer Program (OCD) $85 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6, 34, 40 Channel Flow Resistance: Centennial of Mannings Formula - (CFR) $60 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Channel Stability Assessment for Flood Control Projects - (CSAF) $40 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 Characterization of Rock for Hydraulic Erodibility - (TR-78) $17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 Chute Spillways - (NEH-14) $28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52 Clearing and Grading Strategies for Urban Watersheds - (CGSU) $25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Closed-Conduit Flow - (CCF) $45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD Standards, TR-73) $12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 Computer Models of Watershed Hydrology (CMWH) / (CDCMWH) $95 each . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Construction Inspection - (NEH-19) $34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 Contour-Levee Irrigation - (NEH-15-6) $10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52 Controlling Urban Runoff: A Practical Manual for Planning and Designing Urban BMPs - (CUR) $40 . . . . . .7 Coping with Droughts - (CWD) $45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 Criteria for the Hydraulic Design of Impact Basins Associated with Full Flow in Pipe Conduits - (TR-49) $8 . . . . . . . . .51 CRIWAR 2.0 A Simulation Model on Crop Irrigation Water Requirements - (CRIWAR) $34 . . . .33, 40 A Current Assessment of Urban Best Management Practices: (CAUB) $30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Cybernetics in Water Resources Management - (CWRM) $85 36

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T Teaching Hydrologic Applications - (THA) $40 . . . . . . . .22, 45 Technology Assessment for Water Supplies - (TAWS) $35 . . .56 Theis Made Easy - New Methods and a Computer Program in Well Hydraulics - (THEIS) $85 . . .27, 45 Time and the River - (TAR) $58 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 TP-143, Runoff Prediction Uncertainty for Ungauged Agricultural Watersheds - $8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 TP-144, Review of GIS Applications in Hydrologic Modeling - $8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 TP-145, Application of Rainfall - Runoff Simulation for Flood Forecasting - $8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 TP-149, A Method for Estimating Volume and Rate of Runoff in Small Watersheds - $15 . . . . . . . . . . . .51 TR-17, Geologic Investigations for Watershed Planning - $15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 TR-19, Determination of Storage Requirements to Meet Supply-Demand Relationships - $8 . . . . . . . . . . .51 TR-20, Project Formulation Hydrology: Computer Handbook - $40 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 TR-20C, Project Formulation Hydrology: Computer Program - $75 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41, 50 TR-21, Irrigation Water Requirements - $15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52 TR-25, Design of Open Channels - $25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 TR-26, Use of Soils Containing More than 5% Rock Larger than the No. 4 Sieve - $8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52 TR-29, Hydraulics of Two-Way Covered Risers - $8 . . . . . . . .51 TR-32, Procedure for Determining Rates of Land Damage, Land Depreciation and Volume of Sediment Produced by Gully Erosion - $8 . . . . . . . . . . . .52 TR-33, Simplified Method for Determining Floodwater Retarding Storage - $6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 TR-36, Ground Water Recharge - $8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 TR-39, Hydraulics of Broad-Crested Spillways - $20 . . . . . . .51 TR-46, Gated Outlet Appurtenances for Earth Dam - $32 . . . .50 TR-49, Criteria for the Hydraulic Design of Impact Basins Associated with Full Flow in Pipe Conduits - $8 . . . . . . .51 TR-51, Procedure for Computing Sheet and Rill Erosion on Project Areas - $8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 TR-50, Guide for Design and Layout of Earth Emergency Spillways as Part of Emergency Spillway Systems for Earth Dams - $7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 TR-55, Urban Hydrology for Small Watersheds - $35 . . . .43, 51 TR-55C, Urban Hydrology for Small Watersheds (Computer Program) - $75 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43, 51 TR-56, Guide for Design and Layout of Vegetative Wave Protection for Earth Dam Embankments - $12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 TR-57, Flood Proofing - $9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52 TR-58, General Guideline for the Assessment of Water Quality - $10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52 TR-59, Hydraulic Design of Riprap Gradient Control Structures - $22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51

TR-60, Earth Dams and Reservoirs - $15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 TR-62, Engineering Layout, Notes, Staking and Calculations - $17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 TR-69, Riprap for Slope Protection Against Wave Action - $15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 TR-71, Rock Material Field Classification Procedure - $10 . . .51 TR-73, Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD Standards) - $12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 TR-74, Lateral Earth Pressures - $17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 TR-75, Reservoir Storage Volume Planning - $8 . . . . . . . . . . .51 TR-77, Design and Installation of Flexible Conduits - $18 . . .50 TR-78, Characterization of Rock for Hydraulic Erodibility - $17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 Transient Ground Water Hydraulics - (TGWH) $35 . . . . . . . .28 Treatment of Abandoned Mine Shafts & Size Adits - (AEN-1) $12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 Trickle Irrigation - (NEH-15-7) $20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52 Twelve Selected Computer Stream Sedimentation Models Developed in the United States - (TSCSSM) $85 . . . . . .19 U Unsteady Flow in Open Channels Manual (UFOCNB) $45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52 Urban Drainage Rehabilitation Programs and Techniques: Selected Papers on Urban Drainage Rehabilitation from 1988-1993 - (UDHPT) $25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Urban Hydrology for Small Watersheds - (TR-55) $35 . . . . . .51 Urban Hydrology for Small Watersheds (TR-55C) (Computer Program) $75 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48, 51 Urban Storm Drainage - (USDI) $45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Urban Stormwater Hydraulics & Hydrology - (USHH) $40 . .56 Urban Stormwater Quality, Management & Planning - (USQ) $40 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 The Use of Soils Containing More than 5 Percent Rock Larger than the No. 4 Sieve - (TR-26) $8 . . . . . . . .52 Using Specific Capacity to Estimate Transmissivity: Field and Computer Methods - (USCET) $40 . . . . . . . . .46 W Wastewater Treatment An Environmental Primer - (WTEP) $15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 Water Measurement Manual - (WMM) $58 . . . . . . . . . . .19, 37 Water Resources into the New Millenium (WATERCD) $98 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19, 36 Water Resources Planning and Management (WRPM) $52 19, 37 Water Supply System Rehabilitation (WSSR) $31 . . . . . . . . .56 Water Surface Profiles - (HEC-2) $135 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47 Water Surface Profile 2 - (NEH-630/WSP2) $75 . . . . . . . . . . 46 Water Quality for River-Reservoir Systems (WQRRS) $175 . .51 Water Well and Aquifer Test Analysis - (WWAT) $82 . . . .28, 46 WinFLume-CD - (WINFLUT) $27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19, 34

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