This course is structured in five chapters. It was preferred to start with an introductory and descriptive chapter of hydrology to understand the components of the water cycle.
Chapter II: describes the geomorphological and topographic features of the watershed using the quantification formulas.
Chapter III: presents the study of rainfall, its classification, measuring devices, data analysis and prediction calculations.
Chapter IV discusses evaporation and infiltration and describes their phenomena by presenting some empirical formulas used for the calculation.
Chapter V presents hydrometry to rivers; Flow Measurement, Gauging Station, Station Taring
So in this course of Hydrology: The student will be able to understand the components of the hydrological cycle, their measurement, their interactions and their importance, as well as to understand the functioning and the hydrological behavior of various systems (watersheds).
The continuous evaluation is 100%.