Geospatial Information Handbook for Water Resources and Watershed Management, Three Volume Set

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Available for Pre-order. Due December 2022.
Geospatial Information Handbook for Water Resources and Watershed Management, Three Volume Set Editors: John G. Lyon, Lynn Lyon Format: Mixed media product First Published: Published By: Taylor & Francis Ltd
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Pages: 742 Illustrations and other contents: 102 Tables, black and white; 71 Illustrations, color; 107 Illustrations, black and white Language: English ISBN: 9781032006338 Categories: ,

This multivolume handbook is the most comprehensive and updated reference of advanced geospatial techniques for water resource and watershed management. It addresses complex solutions that appear in individual articles but require an exhaustive search for assimilation. By assembling these tremendous advances in an expertly curated resource and making it available in depth to professionals and the water research community worldwide, this successful vehicle will help readers in elevating the quality and variety of water research and solutions. A broad range of authors, specialties, sources, institutions, countries, and continents showcase exemplary approaches and capabilities for the 21st century.

Weight1.478412 kg

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Author Biography

Over the years John and Lynn Lyon have worked on water issues with great interest and heart. A hallmark of their scholarship has been helping others with scientific authorship. Books are a great way to capture thoughts and methods making them accessible to others worldwide. In that vein here they have advanced a whole cadre of thought leaders with a broad focus on water. Whether local, regional, continental, or global scale water issues unite passions. Part of the challenge is the breadth and complexity of water. If many people take a piece the whole society can fashion sustainable outcomes. The Handbook is focused on presenting a number of ways to facilitate these thoughtful contributions. John earned his Doctorate at the University of Michigan and Lynn earned her Master's Degree at Ohio State University.