CE 394K.2 Surface Water Hydrology, Spring 2007
Review for First Exam
The material is classified according to Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives:
Level |
Title |
Meaning |
1 |
Knowledge |
Definitions, facts, formulas |
2 |
Comprehension |
Explanation of definitions, formulas, problem solving procedures |
3 |
Application |
Know how to use a formula or procedure to solve simple problems |
4 |
Analysis |
Break down a complex problem and solve by steps |
5 |
Synthesis |
Derivation of basic formulas, design of new systems |
6 |
Evaluation |
Advantages and limitations of alternative approaches |
The first two class
days of this semester were cancelled because of bad weather.
Lectures
Lecture |
Topic |
Level |
1 |
Introduction to hydrology |
2 |
2 |
Exercise 1: Obtaining water data from NWIS and Storet |
5 |
3 |
Water and energy flow |
5 |
4 |
CUAHSI WaterOneFlow web services (Tim Whiteaker) |
2 |
5 |
Atmospheric water |
4 |
6 |
Exercise 2: Energy balance of the |
4 |
7 |
Precipitation |
2 |
8 |
Hydrology data sources |
3 |
9 |
Hydrologic models |
4 |
10 |
Evaporation from flux towers |
5 |
11 |
Evaporation computation, soil water balance |
4 |
12 |
Exercise 3: Nexrad data in the |
2 |
Source |
Topic |
Level |
Chap 1 |
Introduction to hydrology |
2 |
Sec 2.1 |
Reynolds transport theorem, |
2 |
Sec 2.2-2.3 |
Continuity equation |
5 |
Sec. 2.4-2.6 |
Momentum principle, flow in open channels and porous media |
2 |
Sec. 2.7-2.8 |
Energy balance |
5 |
Sec. 3.1 |
Atmospheric circulation |
2 |
Sec. 3.2 |
Water vapor |
5 |
Sec. 3.3 |
Precipitation |
3 |
Sec. 3.4 |
Rainfall |
4 |
Sec. 3.5 |
Evaporation |
5 |
Sec. 3.6 |
Evapotranspiration |
3 |
Sec. 4.1 |
Unsaturated flow |
4 |
Sec. 4.2 |
Infiltration |
2 |
Sec 4.3-4.4 |
Green-Ampt Method |
2 |