Lecture 21

Lecture 21 - Prepared by T. Wagener & P. Reed Penn...

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Prepared by T. Wagener & P. Reed Penn State University Water Resources Engineering - ecture 21 1 Lecture 21
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ontent Content ata Analysis 1. Data Analysis 2. Probability Concepts 3. Commonly Used Probability Distributions 4. Hydrologic Design for Water Excess Management 5. Hydrologic Frequency Analysis 2
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“ onight we’re going to let the statistics speak 3 Tonight, we re going to let the statistics speak for themselves”
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Data Analysis 5
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orld Population World Population The Earth's population hit 6.5 billion on Saturday ebruary 25, 2006. February 25, 2006. 6
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he World is a Village (of 100 People) The World is a Village (of 100 People) 7
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If we could reduce the world’s population to a village of precisely 100 people, with all existing human ratios remaining the same, the emographics would look something like this: demographics would look something like this: The village would have ___ Asians, ___ Africans, ___ Europeans, ___ Latin Americans, ___ from the USA and Canada, and ___ from the South Pacific ___ would be male, ___ would be female ___ would live in substandard housing would be unable to read ___ would be unable to read ___ would be malnourished and ___ dying of starvation ___ would be without access to a safe water supply would lack access to improved sanitation ___ would lack access to improved sanitation ___ would not have any electricity ___ people would have access to the Internet would have a college education __ ___ would control 32% of the entire world’s wealth ___ would be receiving --and attempting to live on-- only 3% of the income of “the village” 8
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If we could reduce the world’s population to a village of precisely 100 people, with all existing human ratios remaining the same, the emographics would look something like this: demographics would look something like this: The village would have 60 Asians, 14 Africans, 12 Europeans, 8 Latin Americans, 5 from the USA and Canada, and 1 from the South Pacific •5 1 would be male, 49 would be female •8 0 would live in substandard housing 7 ould be unable to read 67 would be unable to read 0
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