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 
Lectures
Lecture 
Topic 
Level 
1 
Runoff processes, runoff volume 
4 
2 
Runoff velocity, hydrologic measurement 
3 
3 
Hydrologic measurement ( 
2 
4 
Unit hydrograph (Venkatesh Merwade) 
4 
5 
Runoff hydrograph computation 
4 
6 
Reservoir and river routing (Level pool and Muskingum methods) 
5 
7 
Introduction to HECHMS on Waller Creek 
3 
8 
Map2Map – From a Nexrad Radar Rainfall Map to a Flood Inundation Map 
2 
9 
Hydraulic routing of flow in rivers (St Venant eqns, Kwave, numerical solutions) 
5 
10 
Introduction to HECRAS and application on Waller Creek 
3 
11 
Flood frequency analysis 
2 
Sec 5.15.3 
Surface water processes, excess rainfall, direct runoff 
2 
Sec 5.45.5 
Runoff losses, especially the SCS method 
4 
Sec 5.65.7 
Runoff velocity 
3 
Sec 6.1 6.3 
Hydrologic measurement, flow gaging, rating curve 
2 
Sec 7.1 – 7.3 
Linear systems, unit hydrograph definition 
4 
Sec 7.5, 7.7 
Hydrograph computation, SCS unit hydrograph method 
4 
Sec 8.1, 8.2 
Level pool routing 
5 
Sec 8.4 
River routing, Muskingum method 
5 
Sec 9.1 – 9.2 
St Venant equations, definition of wave types 
5 
Sec 9.3, 9.4, 9.6 
Kinematic wave, wave celerity 
3 
Sec 11.1 – 11.4 
Statistics and statistical parameters 
2 
Sec 12.1 
Flood frequency, return period 
2 
Sec 12.3 
Frequency analysis, frequency factor, log Pearson III 
2 



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