Introduction to Modern Instrumentation: For Hydraulics and Environmental Sciences
by D. O. Guaraglia, J. L. Pousa
Publisher: De Gruyter Open 2014
Number of pages: 432
The material presented in this book was prepared with the purpose of reflecting the technological changes that have occurred in environmental modern instrumentation in the last few decades. The book is intended for students of hydrology, hydraulics, oceanography, meteorology and environmental sciences.
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