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For undergraduate hydrology courses in engineering, geology, environmental science, forestry, and geography.
This text gives a real-world, applications-oriented introduction to engineering hydrology with an emphasis on design. It provides comprehensive coverage of the important hydrologic processes, the effects of land use change (including its detection and modeling), and the ethics and professionalism of a practicing hydrologist. Numerous worked examples, case studies, and exercises in each chapter support the concepts presented.
1. Introduction to Hydrology.
2. Statistical Methods in Hydrology.
3. Watershed Characteristics.
5. Frequency Analysis.
6. Subsurface Hydrology.
7. Peak Discharge Estimation.
8. Hydrologic Design Methods.
9. Hydrograph Analysis and Synthesis.
10. Channel Routing.
11. Reservoir Routing.
12. Water Yield and Snowmelt Runoff.
13. Water Quality Estimation.
15. Erosion and Sedimentation.
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