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
Landslides - Infinite Slope Factor-of-Safety Model
Submarine Groundwater Discharge Estimation
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