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ENVE 3003 [0.5 credit] Water Resources Engineering

A quantitative analysis of natural water systems and the development of these systems as a resource. Components of the hydrologic cycle. Quantitative analysis of stream flow. Probability concepts in water resources. Reservoir design and operation. Hydraulic properties and availability of groundwater. Storm water management.
Also listed as GEOG 4103.
Prerequisite(s): recommended background: MAAE 2300.
Lectures three hours a week, problem analysis one hour a week.