An Introduction to Solute Transport in Heterogeneous Geologic Media Hardback
Over the past several decades, analyses of solute migration in aquifers have widely adopted the classical advection-dispersion equation.
However, misunderstandings over advection-dispersion concepts, their relationship with the scales of heterogeneity, our observation and interest, and their ensemble mean nature have created furious debates about the concepts' validity.
This book provides a unified and comprehensive overview and lucid explanations of the stochastic nature of solute transport processes at different scales.
It also presents tools for analyzing solute transport and its uncertainty to meet our needs at different scales.
Easy-to-understand physical explanations without complex mathematics make this book an invaluable resource for students, researchers, and professionals performing groundwater quality evaluations, management, and remediation.