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*Syllabus of ADVANCED HYDROLOGY (2020) [#sb632ed3]

- Please be encouraged to take HSP, too. [[HSP2020]]
- [Important notice on 5/15] Due to May festival preparation, lecture on May 17 is canceled. Instead, we hold lecture on 5/31. 

Updated on 2019/5/15
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- [[Lecture materials>./Files]] (restricted)
**Lecturers [#v3e8692a]
Kei Yoshimura, Dai Yamazaki, Hyungjun Kim, Kenshi Hibino, Kazuo Oki, Taikan Oki

**Hours [#p8931ca4]
Tuesday and Friday 16:50-18:35
**Venue [#k0c24ef9]
Lecture room 13, in Eng. Building 1, Hongo Campus

**Email [#l52e59e6]
-Kei YOSHIMURA (kei"at"iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp)
-Dai YAMAZAKI
-Hyungjun KIM 
-Kenshi HIBINO
-Kazuo OKI 
-Taikan OKI
-Yohei SAWADA

**Recommended Text [#ve97d51c]
-Brutsaert, 2005, “Hydrology: An Introduction”, Cambridge Univ. Press 
(both Japanese and English version are available)

**Topics [#fed96dc8]
- Global Hydrological Cycle incl. Water/Energy Balance Eq. 
- Atmospheric Dynamics 
- Precipitation 
- Evapotranspiration 
- Runoff and River Flow / Flood statistics / Rainfall-Runoff Models
- Ground water hydrology
- Isotope Hydrology and Reanalyses 
- Environmental Ecology and Modelling 
- Water Quality
- Remote Sensing of Water Quality 
- Urban Water System

**Evaluation [#e6aaf991]
-30%  Lecture Attendance
-20%  Reports (occasionally given)
-50%  Final exam

**Lecture Dates [#ef3bd463]
[Updated on 3/8]
+ 4/3 Guidance / Radiation and Water-Energy Balance (Yoshimura)
+ 4/7 Atmospheric dynamics (Yoshimura)
+ 4/10 Evapotranspiration (Yoshimura)
+ 4/14 Isotope hydrology (Yoshimura)
+ 4/17 Global hydrology (Oki T.)
+ 4/21 Precipitation (Hibino)
+ 4/24 Runoff and River Flow / Flood statistics /Rainfall-Runoff Models (Yamazaki)
+ 4/28 Ground water hydrology (Yamazaki)
+ 5/1 Cutting-edge of hydrological modeling (Yamazaki)
+ 5/8 Remote sensing of water quality (Oki K.)
+ 5/12 Advances in modeling and remote sensing of hydrology (Kim)
+ 5/19 Climate change and anthropocene (Kim)
+ 5/26 Ecological hydrology (Sawada)
+ 6/1 Final Exam