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hydrology

(hī-drŏl′ō-jē) [″ + logos, word, reason]
The scientific study of water. It is considered one of the earth sciences.
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This poster discusses the tendencies and legal situation for medical hydrology services in Spain through a review of the literature published in the last years in our country
and President of the American Institute of Hydrology.
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The approach Bren adopted is to address general principles while using case studies to illustrate these principles, relying on research findings mainly but not only from Australia, and to focus on the techniques required to research phenomena that make up the field of forest hydrology. And he concludes several chapters with a brief summary, often an appraisal of the significance of the findings to management.
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