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No. Title Theme Level 1 Language Streaming 2 Posting date 4 Viewing time 5
700.
Advanced
701 Who owns
the groundwater?
Sustainability of ground water 2 English 100530 4:11
702 The salt predicament Salinity management 2 English 100630 9:35
703 Causes of runoff diffusion Flood hydrology 2 English 100716 3:37
704 Tragedy of the Commons Revisited Environmental Science 2 English 100721 7:42
705 The natural function
of rivers
Salinity management 2 English 100811 7:04
706 Is vegetation paying
its own way?
Hydroclimatology,
Water Resources
2 English 110531 14:44
707 The 800-mm isohyet:
Health and hope
Hydroclimatology,
Water Resources
2 English 111120 9:50
708 Sequestering all runoff Water Resources, Salinity Management 2 English 111128 5:35
709 Unsteady flow with HEC-RAS Open-channel hydraulics 2 English 111218 7:02
710 The salinity of groundwaters Groundwater quality 2 English 120131 9:25
711 Initiation of motion based on Froude number Sedimentation Engineering 2 English 120214 8:10
712 The ford-bridge Hydraulic engineering,
bridge design
2 English 130311 9:40
713 Manejo geomorfológico para una ganadería sustentable Geomorphology,
Hydrology
2 Spanish 160125 5:56
714 Field Ecohydrology in Tierra del Sol, California Ecohydrology 2 English 160606 3:22
715 The right of Nature
to dispose of
its salt waste
Agricultural salinity assessment and management 2 English 190118 36:25
716 Time Engineering:
The singular case of the Salton Basin
Hydraulic Engineering, geomorphology 2 English 190221 10:50
717 Effect of global climate change on the White Range of Peru Climate change, glaciology 2 English 190326 20:41
718 Viñedos irrigados vs no irrigados, Baja California, México Irrigación, viticultura, vinicultura 2 Spanish/
English
190409 4:40
719 The choice between groundwater use and ecosystem preservation Ecolhydrology, Ecohydroclimatology 2 English 190709 14:28
720 Runoff diffusion reexamined Surface-water hydrology, unsteady flow 2 English 190710 10:35
721 The Pfasftetter
Coding System for Watershed Identification
Surface-water hydrology, watershed hydrology 2 English 190821 4:36
722 The psychrometric constant Evaporation, evapotranspiration 2 English 190823 4:02
723 The myth of groundwater resource evaluation Groundwater hydrology, hydrogeology 2 English 190916 17:07
724 The properties of water Water physics, chemistry and biology 2 English 190924 29:18
725 Nutrient balance
under flood pulse
Wetland ecology 2 English 191015 11:18
726 Sistema de Pfasftetter
para codificação de
bacias hidrográficas
Surface-water hydrology, watershed hydrology 2 Portuguese 191016 4:15
727 A constante hipsométrica Evaporation, evapotranspiration 2 Portuguese 191022 3:57
728 Chow, Froude, and Vedernikov Open-channel hydraulics 2 English 191023 17:35
729 The S-curve explained Unsteady open-channel flow 2 English 191105 20:03
730 Balanço de nutrientes
sob pulso de inundação
Wetland ecology 2 Portuguese 191105 11:00
731 Narrow urban channel draining into Carpintero Lagoon, Tampico, Mexico Urban hydrology 2 English 191122 2:17
732 The facts about river basin salinity River salinity,
basin salinity
2 English 191126 6:11
733 The facts about groundwater sustainability Groundwater sustainability 2 English 191203 6:33
734 Critical shear stress
vs
critical velocity
Open-channel hydraulics,
river mechanics
2 English 191212 4:30
735 Plants and animals: How many are they? Environmental science, global warming 2 English 200116 8:05
736 How much water could be pumped from an aquifer? Groundwater sustainability 2 English 200203 20:35
737 Design of a stable channel with steep slope using the exponent of the
rating curve
Channel design, urban drainage 2 Spanish 200226 11:12
738 My conversation with
Vic Mockus
Surface-water hydrology, history of hydrology 2 English 200305 6:15
739 Muskingum-Cunge method explained Flood routing 2 English 200320 10:15
740 Q&A on the return period to be used for design Hydrology,
urban drainage
2 English 200321 8:11
741 The price to pay for agricultural sustainability Irrigation, salinity control 2 English 200323 9:59
742 Initial abstraction revisited Hydrology, surface-water hydrology 2 English 200324 6:06
743 Cascade and Convolution: One and the same Hydrology, surface-water hydrology 2 English 200325 5:28
744 General dimensionless unit hydrograph Hydrology, surface-water hydrology 2 English 200326 6:26
745 The resource dilemma Irrigation, salinity control 2 English 200328 5:08
746 Creager and flood wave diffusion Flood hydrology 2 English 200329 6:14
747 Runoff diffusion reexamined Flood hydrology, surface-water hydrology 2 English 200331 9:12
748 Effect of form friction on the sediment rating curve Sedimentation engineering, river mechanics 2 English 200401 8:10
749 Synthetic unit hydrographs explained Surface-water hydrology, flood hydrology 2 English 200402 7:04
750 Will the Amazon rainforest help in taking excess carbon from the air? Rainforest ecology 2 English 200404 5:22
751 The price to pay for sequestering all runoff Salinity management 2 English 200406 5:18
752 The 800-mm isohyet: Health and hope 2 Ecology, environmental hydrology 2 English 200408 6:16
753 Andes, Hylean and Craton: The Faces of the Rivers River ecology 2 English 200410 15:15
754 The ford-bridge: Sustainable river crossings in arid regions River hydraulics, bridge design 2 English 200413 8:01
755 Gradually varied flow profiles using critical slope and online calculators Hydraulics, open-channel hydraulics 2 English 200421 12:58
756 Sustainable runoff for basin salt balance Basin salinity,
river salinity
2 English 200427 10:41
757 Why is the cybernetic hydrologic balance better suited for yield hydrology than the conventional approach? Surface-water hydrology, yield hydrology 2 English 200428 10:37
758 La relación de Lane Modificada Sedimentation engineering 2 Spanish 200615 10:55
759 Analytical verification of Muskingum-Cunge flood routing method Flood hydrology 2 English 200626 8:44
760 The Lane relation revisited Sedimentation engineering 2 English 200716 10:55
761 The DO sag curve Water quality 2 Spanish 200727 14:14
762 The Penman-Monteith method Hydrology, evaporation 2 English 200802 15:41
763 The control of roll waves in channelized rivers Urban drainage, unsteady flow 2 English 200805 44:25
764 Comparison of two types of Clark unit hydrographs Surface-water hydrology 2 English 200810 29:52
765 Water balance using cathment wetting Surface-water hydrology 2 English 200812 14:36
766 Design of a stable channel with steep slope using the exponent of the
rating curve
Urban drainage, channel design 2 English 200813 10:53
767 The Thomas problem with online computation Flood routing, unsteady flow 2 English 200815 10:51
768 Water balance using catchment wetting Surface-water hydrology 2 Spanish 200906 15:15
769 Dissolved oxygen
sag curve
Water quality,
stream quality
2 English 201019 12:55


No. Title Theme Level 1 Language Streaming 2 Posting date 4 Viewing time 5
1700.
Advanced
(Chinese
Language)
1701 The psychrometric constant 3 Evaporation, evapotranspiration 2 Chinese 191210 3:35
1702 The Pfasftetter
Coding System for Watershed Identification 3
Surface-water hydrology, watershed hydrology 2 Chinese 191218 4:02
1703 Plants and animals: How many are they? 2 Environmental science, global warming 2 Chinese 200326 6:53
1704 Nutrient balance
under flood pulse 2
Wetland ecology 2 Chinese 200424 9:28
1705 General dimensionless unit hydrograph 2 Hydrology, surface-water hydrology 2 Chinese 200520 6:26
1706 Cascade and Convolution: One and the same 2 Hydrology, surface-water hydrology 2 Chinese 200529 5:28
1707 Gradually varied flow profiles using critical slope and online calculators 2 Hydraulics, open-channel hydraulics 2 Chinese 200702 12:58
1708 Analytical verification of Muskingum-Cunge flood routing method 2 Flood hydrology 2 Chinese 200805 8:44
1709 The Penman-Monteith method 2 Hydrology, evaporation 2 Chinese 200904 14:19
1710 Water balance using cathment wetting Surface-water hydrology 2 Chinese 200930 14:14
1711 The ford-bridge: Sustainable river crossings in arid regions River hydraulics, bridge design 2 Chinese 201021 8:22
1712 The DO sag curve Water quality modeling 2 Chinese 2011xx 15:xx

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