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1.1 Hydrological Cycle
1.2 Key Hydrological Processes
1.3Common Units
1.4 Water Distribution in Space and Time
1.5 Water Balance
1.6 Catchment
1.7 Practice
2.1 Atmosphere Water
2.2 Precipitation Types
2.3 Rain drop size and velocity
2.4 Precipitation data
2.5 Double Mass Curve
2.6.1 Arithmetic Mean
2.6.2 Thiessen Polygon Method
2.6.3 Isohyetal Method
2.6.4 Geostatistics
3.1.1 Flux
3.1.2 Radiation emission
3.1.3 Net radiation
3.1.4 Vapour pressure and relative humidity
3.1.5 Sensible heat
3.3Evapotranspiration from Land
3.4.1 Pan
3.4.2 Lysimeter
3.4.3 Eddy covariance
3.4.4 Catchment/reservoir water balance
4.1.1 Porosity
4.1.2 Soil moisture content
4.1.3 Vadose zone (unsaturated zone)
4.1.4 Field capacity
4.1.5 Soil moisture deficit (SMD)
4.1.6 Darcy’s law (saturated soil)
4.1.7 Pore velocity in soil
4.1.8 Darcy’s law (unsaturated soil)
4.2 Infiltration Process
4.3.1 Horton’s Equation (1940)
4.3.2 Φindex
4.3.3Green-Ampt method
4.4.1 Infiltrometer
4.4.2 Artificial rain simulation
5.1.1 Aquifer
5.1.2Water table
5.1.3 Aquitard
5.1.4 Unconfined aquifer
5.1.5 Confined aquifer
5.1.6 Artesian aquifer/well
5.1.7 Water well
5.1.8 Borehole
5.1.9 Piezometric surface
5.1.10 Base flow
5.1.11 Groundwater Recharge
5.1.12 Fossil water
5.2 Characteristics of Confined/Unconfined Groundwater
5.3 The Basic Flow Equations
5.4.1 Unconfined flow to a well
5.4.2 Confined flow to a well
5.5Unsteady Flow
5.6.1 MODFLOW
5.6.2 FEFLOW
5.6.3 MIKE SHE
6.1.1 River Runoff
6.1.2 Infiltration excess runoff
6.1.3 Saturation excess runoff
6.1.4 Direct runoff
6.1.5Hydrograph components
6.2 Flow Event Separation
6.3 Direct Runoff and Base Flow Separation
6.4.1 The Φindex method
6.4.2 The initial and continuing losses
6.4.3 The proportional losses
6.4.4 Soil moisture accounting scheme
6.5.1 Unit hydrograph definition
6.5.2 Unit hydrograph application
6.5.3 Unit hydrograph estimation
6.5.4 Unit hydrograph duration change (S-Curve)
6.5.5 Synthetic unit hydrograph
7.1 Basic Equations
7.2.1 The outflow equation
7.2.2 Estimation of K and X
7.3 Reservoir Flow Routing
8.1.1 Time series
8.1.2 Time domain
8.1.3 Frequency domain
8.1.4 Spatial data
8.1.5 Spatial time series
8.1.6 Aliasing
8.1.7 Nyquist frequency
8.2.1 Rain gauge
8.2.10 Air Temperature
8.2.11 Hygrometer
8.2.12 Barometer
8.2.13 Weather radar
8.3.1Weather balloon
8.3.2 Aircraft
8.4.1 Orbit
8.4.2 Spectrum
8.4.3 Passive and active microwave
8.4.4 Validation
8.5 Transportable Weather Station
9.1.1 Probability
9.1.2 Return Period
9.1.3 Probability relationships
9.1.4Probability distributions
9.2.1 Empirical probability
9.2.2 General procedurefor flood estimation
9.3Statistical Rainfall Estimation
10.1 Reservoir and dam
10.2.1 Water demand
10.2.2Catchment yield
10.2.3 Reservoir storage estimation
10.2.4Dam height
15.5 is the limit
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