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Lecture 18 - Water Resources Engineering Lecture 18...

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Water Resources Engineering - Lecture 18 Lecture 18 Prepared by T. Wagener & P. Reed Penn State University 1 Photo by Beth Boyer, UC Berkeley
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Envir nm nt Environment Mexico City Struggles with Water Management by Lourdes Garcia-Navarro Morning Edition , March 16, 2006 · The Fourth W ld W t F s i M i Cit it World Water Forum opens in Mexico City, a city that would flunk almost any test of good water management. The city sits on a huge aquifer. But to make room for this sprawling metropolis, the water is being pumped out faster than it is being filled. http://www npr org/templates/story/story php?storyId=5283251 2 http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId 5283251
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Hydrologic Processes 3
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Content 1 Hydrologic losses and rainfall excess 1. Hydrologic losses and rainfall excess (review) 2 Rainfall runoff analysis using unit 2. Rainfall-runoff analysis using unit hydrograph approach 3 S th ti it h d h 3. Synthetic unit hydrograph 4. S-Hydrographs 4
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