## Hydrology: An Advanced Introduction to Hydrological Processes and Modelling |

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION | 1 |

ELEMENTS OF METEOROLOGY | 22 |

EWAPORATION AND TRANSPIRATION | 103 |

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analysis approximately aquifer assumed atmosphere average baseflow calculated catchment channel coefficient component constant correlation curve density depends depth dew point drought duration energy equation estimated evaporation evapotranspiration example flood flow rate frequency function gamma distribution gauge given gradient groundwater heat humidity hydrograph hydrological infiltration inflow isohyetal kinematic wave linear log-normal distribution Markov chain matrix maximum mean method moisture normal distribution º ff observed outflow parameters plotted potential temperature precipitation probability radiation rain rainfall excess random random variable ratio record relationship reservoir return period river sample saturation sediment sequence shown in Fig skewness slope snow snowmelt ſº soil specific humidity storage storm stream surface runoff Table temperature tion unit hydrograph vapour pressure variable variance variation volume water vapour wind yields zero