.........BOOKS & BOOK REVIEWS
NUMERICAL MODELING OF WATER WAVES - by Dr. Charles L. Mader
The second edition of a bestseller, this book discusses the numerical methods for modeling water waves and their applications. An outstanding, complete and valuable reference on the State-of the Art of Computer Modeling of waves from any source - Now available from Amazon and CRC Press. See book review
The 2008 DVD updates the second edition CD-ROM. Anyone who has a copy of the book may contact Mader Consulting Co. for a free copy of the 2008 DVD
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CENTRAL AMERICA: Geology, Resources and Hazards - Edited by Jochen Bundschuh & Guillermo E. Alvarado
ISBN 978-0415-41647-4 (set of 2 volumes) This authoritative, fully illustrated , two-volume monograph (1340 pages) treats the region as a whole, exploring geology, earth resources and geo-hazards across political boundaries (see brochure)
"Ocean Fury: Tsunamis in Alaska" - A video prepared by Alaska Sea Grant
This video won a prize recently in the International Wildlife and Cultural Film Festival, in Missoula, Montana - Catalog address: http://www.uaf.edu/seagrant/Pubs_Videos/pubs/M-25.html
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