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CE 394K.2 Hydrology, Lecture 2. Reading for Tuesday: Applied Hydrology, Chapter 2. Literary quote for today:. “The quality of mercy is not strain’d It droppeth as a gentle rain from heaven Upon the place beneath: it is twice blest; It blesseth him that gives and him that takes”

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## CE 394K.2 Hydrology, Lecture 2

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**CE 394K.2 Hydrology, Lecture 2**• Reading for Tuesday: Applied Hydrology, Chapter 2. • Literary quote for today: “The quality of mercy is not strain’d It droppeth as a gentle rain from heaven Upon the place beneath: it is twice blest; It blesseth him that gives and him that takes” Portia to Shylock, Act IV Scene I “The Merchant of Venice” by Shakespeare**Questions for discussion on Tuesday (from Chapters 1 and 2**of Text) • How is precipitation partitioned into evaporation, groundwater recharge and runoff and how does this partitioning vary with location on the earth? • Can a closed water balance be developed using discrete time rainfall and streamflow data for a watershed? • How do the equations for velocity of water flow in streams and aquifers differ, and why is this so? • How is net radiation to the earth’s surface partitioned into latent heat, sensible heat and ground heat flux and how does this partitioning vary with location on the earth?

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