(3 units) Discussion and analysis of major topics of the hydrologic cycle and their interrelationship, such as rainfall, infiltration, evaporation, and runoff. Statistical and probabilistic methods in water supply and flood hydrology.
: Undergraduate course offered by the Deparment of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics. Contact CEEM
for information about this course.
: Secondary cross-listing with Hydrology and Water Resources (HWRS) and Atmospheric Sciences (ATMO). May be co-convened with 523 (graduate-level). Temporary Advanced Standing
will be required for students not enrolled in the College of Engineering. Applications are available at the Office of the Dean, Old Engineering Building, Room 200.
Meeting Pattern: Usually offered Fall Semester
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