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Table of Contents
                            Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Contents
Part A-Fundamental Hydrology
	Chapter 1. Introduction
		1.1 World’s Water Resources
		1.2 Water Resources of India
		1.3 Hydrological Study of Tapti Basin (Central India)
		1.4 Hydrology And Hydrologic Cycle
		1.5 Forms of Precipitation
		1.6 Scope of Hydrology
		1.7 Hydrological Data
		1.8 Hydrologic Equation
	Chapter 2. Precipitation
		2.1 Types of Precipitation
		2.2 Measurement of Precipitation
		2.3 Radars
		2.4 Rain-Gauge Density
		2.5. Estimates of Missing Data and Adjustment of Records
		2.6 Mean Areal Depth of Precipitation (Pave)
		2.7 Optimum Rain-Gauge Network Design
		2.8 Depth-Area-Duration (Dad) Curves
		2.9 Graphical Representation of Rainfall
		2.10 Analysis of Rainfall Data
		2.11 Mean And Median
		2.12 Moving Averages Curve
		2.13 Design Storm And PMP
		2.14 Snow Pack And Snow Melt
	Chapter 3. Water Losses
		3.1 Water Losses
		3.2 Evaporation
		3.3 Evaporation Pans
		3.4 Soil Evaporation
		3.5 Unsaturated Flow
		3.6 Transpiration
		3.7 Evapotranspiration
		3.8 Hydrometeorology
		3.9 Infiltration
		3.10 Infiltration Indices
		3.11 Supra Rain Technique
		3.12 Watershed Leakage
		3.13 Water Balance
	Chapter 4. Runoff
		4.1 Components of Stream Flow
		4.2 Catchment Characteristics
		4.3 Mean and Median Elevation
		4.4 Classification of Streams
		4.5 Isochrones
		4.6 Factors Affecting Runoff
		4.7 Estimation of Runoff
	Chapter 5. Hydrographs
		5.1 Hydrograph Components
		5.2 Separation of Streamflow Components
		5.3 Hydrograph Separation
		5.4 Unit Hydrograph
		5.5 Unit Hydrograph From Complex Storms
		5.6 S-Curve Method
		5.7 Bernard’s Distribution Graph
		5.8 Instantaneous Unit Hydrograph
		5.9 Synthetic Unit Hydrographs
		5.10 Transposing Unit Hydrographs
		5.11 Application of Unit Hydrograph
	Chapter 6. Stream Gauging
		6.1 Methods of Measuring Stream Flow
		6.2 Current Meter Gaugings
		6.3 Stage-Discharge-Rating Curve
		6.4 Selection of Site for a Stream Gauging Station
	Chapter 7. Ground Water
		7.1 Types of Aquifers and Formations
		7.2 Confined and Unconfined Aquifers
		7.3 Darcy’s Law
		7.4 Transmissibility
		7.5 Well Hydraulics
		7.6 Specific Capacity
		7.7 Cavity Wells
		7.8 Hydraulics of
 Open Wells
		7.9 Construction of Open Wells
		7.10 Spacing of Wells
	Chapter 8. Floods-Estimation and Control
		8.1 Size of Floods
		8.2 Estimation of Peak Flood
		8.4 Flood Frequency Studies
		8.5 Encounter Probability
		8.6 Methods of Flood Control
		8.7 Soil Conservation Measures
		8.8 Flood Control Economics
		8.9 Flood Forecasting and Warning
	Chapter 9. Flood Routing
		9.1 Reservoir Routing
		9.2 Stream Flow Routing
	Chapter 10. Storage, Pondage and Flow Duration Curves
		10.1 Reservoir Mass Curve and Storage
		10.2 Flow Duration Curves
		10.3 Pondage
	Chapter 11. Reservoir Sedimentation
		11.1 Sediment Movement and Deposition
		11.2 Reduction in Reservoir Capacity
		11.3 Reservoir Sedimentation Control
	Chapter 12. Arid, Semi-Arid and Humid Regions
		12.1 Arid Regions
		12.2 Semi-Arid Regions
		12.3 Humid Regions
Part B-Advanced Topics
	Chapter 13. Linear Regression
		13.1 Fitting Regression Equation
		13.2 Standard Error of Estimate
		13.3 Linear Multiple Regression
		13.4 Coaxial Graphical Correlation of Rainfall Runoff
	Chapter 14. Statistical, and Probability Analysis of Hydrological Data
		14.1 Elements of Statistics
		14.2 Probability of Hydrologic Events
	Chapter 15. Flood Frequency-Probability
 and Stochastic Methods
		15.1 Flood Frequency Methods
		15.2 Stochastic Method
		15.3 Stochastic Modelling by the Partial Duration Series
		15.4 Annual Flood Peaks—River Ganga
		15.5 Regional Flood-Frequency Analysis (RFFA
)
	Chapter 16. Mathematical Models in Hydrology
		16.1 Type of Mathematical Models
		16.2 Methods of Determining IUH
		16.3 Synthetic Stream Flow
		16.4 Flow at Ungauged Sites by Multiple Regression
		16.5 Reservoir Mass Curve
		16.6 Residual Mass Curve
		16.7 Selection of Reservoir Capacity
		16.8 Mathematical Model
	Chapter 17. Instantaneous Unit Hydrograph (IUH)
		17.1 IUH for a Basin
		17.2 Derivation of IUH
		17.3 Other Methods of Derivation of IUH
		17.4 Nash Conceptual Model
		17.5 Clark’s Model
		17.6 Drawing Isochrones and Time-Area Diagram (TAD)
		17.7 Clark’s Method
	Chapter 18. Cloud Seeding
		18.1 Conditions for Cloud Seeding
		18.2 Cloud Seeding Technique
		18.3 Cloud Seeding Operation
		18.4 Recent Case History
Appendices
Selected References
Bibliography
Index
                        

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