Water Resources (Hydrology) Group

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Teaching

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UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

CIVL 3750 CIVL 3750 - Hydrology(Formerly 023.375) Basic hydrological processes; precipitation; evapotranspiration; infiltration and runoff; analytical methods; hydrograph theory and application; application to reservoir design; project floods and flow forecasting; statistical analysis.
Prerequisite or corequisite: STAT 2220

 Next Session:  Fall 2011

 

 

CIVL 4470 CIVL 4470 - Watershed Processes (Formerly 023.447) Rainfall-runoff processes, flood routing; characteristics and mechanics of flow in (natural) channels; computer modelling of watershed hydrology and hydraulics; influence of man-made structures; river morphology, sediment transport prediction, design of a stable channel; river ice processes. Prerequisites: CIVL 3750 (or 023.375), (or 023.375), Pre or co-requisite: CIVL 3740 (or 23.374).    

Next Session:  Winter 2012

 

CIVL 4180 CIVL 4180 - Environmental Systems (Formerly 023.418) Development of a river water quality model; waste allocation modelling; modelling of the sites selection process; analysis of environmental impact using technical and non-technical (i.e. sociological, ethical, aesthetic) parameters. Prerequisites: CIVL 2780 (or 023.278), CIVL 3690 (or 023.369), CIVL 3750 (or 023.375).

Next Session:  Winter 2013

 


GRADUATE COURSES

 
   

CIVL 7770 CIVL 7770 - Hydrological Processes (Formerly 023.777) Runoff generation and runoff modelling; scale effects in hydrology; ramifications of distributed and lumped approaches; computer models of watershed modelling; optimization schemes and minimization functions; special concerns dealing with digital elevation models.

Next Session:  TBA

CIVL 7650CIVL 7650 - Selected Topics in Water-Resources Development(Formerly 023.765) Lectures and seminars on selected advanced topics in water-resources engineering.

Next Session:  TBA