||Dingman, S. Lawrence, 1994, Physical Hydrology
|Mid-term (Feb. 16)
|Final exam (April 22)
The basic principles of hydrology and geography of water. Detailed examination of the
near-surface components of the hydrological cycle, e.g., streamflow, groundwater
and water stored as glaciers, snow and ground ice, and their interaction with other
elements of the physical environment and with human activities. The acquisition, analysis
and interpretation of hydrologic data also are emphasised.