RRM-1158 Water Resources

3.0 credits

This course presents introductory concepts of hydrology, streamflow mechanics and hydrometric survey techniques. Major topics include watershed and hydrograph analysis, dynamics of open-channel flow, and flow measurement by wading, from bridges and cableways, boats and beneath ice cover. Applied problems are stressed in lab and field assignments. Students will use spreadsheets and specialized computer software in completing these assignments. Not available for supplemental.

Equivalencies: RRM-158,RRM-255.

Corequisites: 
RRM-1158L

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