This course is intended to make students appreciate the availability of water, its current use and the challenges; climate change; introductory water resources planning; meteorology; the hydrological cycle and processes of precipitation, surface runoff, infiltration, interception, depression storage, evapo-transpiration; their estimation and analysis. It will include the carbon cycle; drought, its effects and mitigation, reservoir planning and sedimentation.
- To learn about the availability, the use and challenges in the management of water resources worldwide, including climate change
- To learn about the importance of meteorology and the planning of a water resource project
- To learn about the processes of precipitation, infiltration and soil moisture, surface runoff and evapotranspiration in the hydrological cycle, and their estimation.
- To learn about the carbon cycle, drought and its mitigation
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|CIV3104 Hydrology I||DOC||PS|