Initial Publication Date: May 26, 2015

What is an Unit?

A Unit is an exercise that involves data analysis using a computational tool to describe a hydrology concept. Each unit has some learning outcomes, a set of operations, called Steps, to be performed in a sequential manner, and a quiz to assess the learning outcomes after the completion of the unit. A Unit is typically formed by combining multiple steps, but one could choose to include a single step to form a Unit as long as the step can achieve the hydrology learning outcome of the unit. This page contains a list of existing Units in the system. The steps that are used in creating these units can be found on the List of Steps page.

Collection of Learning Units

Constructing a data-driven rainfall-runoff model

Derivation and Application of Unit Hydrograph

Environmental Issues Related to Brine Disposal from Oil and Gas Development in Pennsylvania

Flood Frequency Analysis using Excel

Isotope Hydrograph Separation

Landslides - Infinite Slope Factor-of-Safety Model

Nutrient Load Module

Rational Method

Submarine Groundwater Discharge Estimation

The Case of the Muddy Water

Using Methane Concentrations in Streams to Investigate for Potential Leakage of Oil and Gas Wells in Pennsylvania

Using Sediment Transport to build a watershed perspective – a Mountain to Sea Collaboration in the Nooksack River Basin, WA