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Diffusion in hydrogeology

Diffusion in hydrogeology
Diffusion in hydrogeology
Diffusion involves the irregular movement particles and is among the fundamental, omnipresent phenomena of nature. It occurs in all states of matter and is critically important to many technological processes as well as for the functioning of living cells. Even the propagation of diseases, men and ideas may be considered as diffusion phenomena.

Following Diffusion Fundamentals I in Leipzig 2005, researchers and technicians from all over the world who are active in this important inter-disciplinary field have come together in the city of L'Aquila, in the Apennine Mountains in Italy, a few dozen miles away from Rome for ths second Conference in this series. As its major product, this book contains introductary lectures on various aspects of diffusion. Given the huge span of diffusion phenomena in society, nature and technology, the different chapters are intended to address both specialists and newcomers in the diffusion fields. In addition, more than 60 short reports, referring to the poster sessions, provide an impressive overview of the hot topics of current research.

Graced with 24 paintings by the Japanese physicist and artist, Taro Ito, diffusion science and technology is offered with a pinch of local air, making this book also a nice souvenir of a remarkable historic Italian city.
Leipziger Universitätsverlag
Barker, J.A.
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Brandani, S.
Chmelik, J.
Kärger, J.
Vope, R.
Barker, J.A.
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Brandani, S.
Chmelik, J.
Kärger, J.
Vope, R.

Barker, J.A. (2007) Diffusion in hydrogeology. In, Brandani, S., Chmelik, J., Kärger, J. and Vope, R. (eds.) Diffusion Fundamentals II. Diffusion Fundamentals II (29/08/07) Leipzig, DE. Leipziger Universitätsverlag.

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Diffusion involves the irregular movement particles and is among the fundamental, omnipresent phenomena of nature. It occurs in all states of matter and is critically important to many technological processes as well as for the functioning of living cells. Even the propagation of diseases, men and ideas may be considered as diffusion phenomena.

Following Diffusion Fundamentals I in Leipzig 2005, researchers and technicians from all over the world who are active in this important inter-disciplinary field have come together in the city of L'Aquila, in the Apennine Mountains in Italy, a few dozen miles away from Rome for ths second Conference in this series. As its major product, this book contains introductary lectures on various aspects of diffusion. Given the huge span of diffusion phenomena in society, nature and technology, the different chapters are intended to address both specialists and newcomers in the diffusion fields. In addition, more than 60 short reports, referring to the poster sessions, provide an impressive overview of the hot topics of current research.

Graced with 24 paintings by the Japanese physicist and artist, Taro Ito, diffusion science and technology is offered with a pinch of local air, making this book also a nice souvenir of a remarkable historic Italian city.

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e-pub ahead of print date: 29 August 2007
Published date: September 2007
Venue - Dates: Diffusion Fundamentals II, L'Aquila, Italy, 2007-08-26 - 2007-08-29
Organisations: Infrastructure Group

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Local EPrints ID: 397667
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/397667
PURE UUID: 82045c09-32ec-4ab0-ac82-07fc5cadae7a

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Date deposited: 19 Jul 2016 15:18
Last modified: 26 Feb 2019 17:30

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Author: J.A. Barker
Editor: S. Brandani
Editor: J. Chmelik
Editor: J. Kärger
Editor: R. Vope

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