UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2013
Problem Set #6 (Due Wednesday, November 20)
[Note: Assignments are due at the beginning of class - no late homework will be accepted. Assignments are
designed to take (on average) no more than 6 hours of
UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2014
Problem Set #5 (Due Wednesday, November 19)
[Note: Assignments are due at the beginning of class - no late homework will be accepted. A 4-unit course
should correspond to 12 hours of time commitment per w
UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2012
Midterm Exam
(Clearly state any assumptions made and show all work.)
Problem #1 (25%)
A watershed on the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada drains into a terminal lake as shown below. The
lake has no outle
UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2013
Problem Set #5 (Due Wednesday, November 13)
[Note: Assignments are due at the beginning of class - no late homework will be accepted. Assignments are
designed to take (on average) no more than 6 hours of
UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2013
Problem Set #4 (Due Wednesday, October 30)
[Note: Assignments are due at the beginning of class - no late homework will be accepted. Assignments are
designed to take (on average) no more than 6 hours of w
UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2014
Problem Set #6 (Due Wednesday, November 26)
[Note: Assignments are due at the beginning of class - no late homework will be accepted. A 4-unit course
should correspond to 12 hours of time commitment per w
UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2013
Problem Set #8 (Due Friday, December 6)
[Note: Assignments are due at the beginning of class - no late homework will be accepted.
Assignments are designed to take (on average) no more than 6 hours of work
UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2013
Problem Set #7 (Due Wednesday, November 27)
[Note: Assignments are due at the beginning of class - no late homework will be accepted. Assignments are
designed to take (on average) no more than 6 hours of
UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2016
Problem Set #4 (Due Wednesday, October 26)
[Note: Assignments are due at the beginning of class - no late homework will be accepted. A 4-unit
course should correspond to 12 hours
Exercise
a) Find the height of the lifting condensation level (LCL) assuming air at the surface is 25 C,
RH=60% , and air pressure is 1000 mb
b) If the mountain is 3km high, find T and q at the top of the mountain.
c) Find T and relative humidity at the s
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UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2012
Final Exam
(Clearly state any assumptions made and show all work.)
Problem #1 (15%)
The hydrology of a study basin in the Sierra Nevada is characterized by a seasonal snowpack
with distinct accumulation a
UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2013
Course Description:
Study of the hydrologic cycle and relevant atmospheric processes, water and
energy balance, radiation, precipitation, snow processes, infiltration, evaporation,
transpiration, groundwa
UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2016
Problem Set #4 (Due Wednesday, October 26)
Problem #1 (20 points)
a) To gain a better understanding of the seasonality of precipitation in the Upper Merced
basin, download the file ppt_daily_totals_
Problem Set #2 (Due Wednesday, October 12)
Problem #1 (20 points)
a) A parcel of moist air is at 865 mb, with a temperature of 11C and a relative humidity of 94%,
what is the (moist) density of the air in kg m-3?
The moist density of a parcel of air is
UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2016
Problem Set #5 (Due Wednesday, November 2)
[Note: Assignments are due at the beginning of class - no late homework will be accepted. A 4unit course should correspond to 12 hours of time commitment per w
UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2016
Problem Set #1 (Due Wednesday, October 5)
Problem #0 (no solution required)
Carefully read the course syllabus. Pay particular attention to the expectations for homework
assignments. Read the statem
UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2016
Problem Set #6 (Due Wednesday, November 16)
[Note: Assignments are due at the beginning of class - no late homework will be accepted. A 4unit course should correspond to 12 hours of time commitme
UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2016
Problem Set #3 (Due Wednesday, October 19)
Problem #1 (20 points)
In areas of complex, mountainous terrain, the topographic effects on the amount of shortwave
radiation received at the surface can b
UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2016
Problem Set #1 (Due Wednesday, October 5)
[Note: Assignments are due at the beginning of class - no late homework will be accepted. A 4-unit
course should correspond to 12 hours
UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2016
Problem Set #3 (Due Wednesday, October 19)
[Note: Assignments are due at the beginning of class - no late homework will be accepted. A 4-unit
course should correspond to 12 hours
UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2016
Problem Set #5 (Due Wednesday, November 2)
Problem #1 (25 points)
a) Suppose a snowpack at the end of the accumulation season has a SWE of 1.45 m, a
snow temperature of -6.8C, and snow depth of 3.
UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2016
Problem Set #2 (Due Wednesday, October 12)
[Note: Assignments are due at the beginning of class - no late homework will be accepted. A 4-unit
course should correspond to 12 hours
UCLA
C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology
Fall 2013
Problem Set #2 (Due Wednesday, October 16)
[Note: Assignments are due at the beginning of class - no late homework will be accepted. Assignments are
designed to take (on average) no more than 6 hours of w