Patricia L. Wiberg is a professor and chair of the Department of Environmental Sciences at the University of Virginia.
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Physical Hydrology. Course Description Principles of hydrologic processes and the integration of these processes into the hydrologic cycle. Course Objectives The student, upon completion of this course, should be able to: Describe and represent major components of the hydrologic cycle mathematically and discuss scientifically how these components interact; Define, calculate, and use the return period of a storm or other event in engineering design; Estimate peak runoff rates and total runoff volumes from watersheds for use in water resources engineering design; and, Communicate a familiarity with the structure and functions of natural stream systems.