Statistical Hydrology By Prof. Dr. Eng. Amro Elfeki

Statistical Hydrology By Prof. Dr. Eng. Amro Elfeki

Statistical Hydrology By Prof. Dr. Eng. Amro Elfeki Faculty of Meteorology, Environment and Arid Land Agriculture (Room 207) [email protected] Course Objectives Introduction Application to Statistical Hydrology

of Statistics in the Hydrological Science Presentation Analysis of data of data Statistical Models

Prediction GROUND RULES Instructions for Students While in lecture, please DO NOT: Forget to turn off cell phones Read newspapers Talk and have conversations Break Islamic and KAAU rules/laws (e.g., cheating) GROUND RULES

Instructions for Students While in the lecture, please DO: Ask questions when anything is not clear Engage in the discussions Fully participate in in-class exercises GROUND RULES Instructions for Students Reading the notes Attend lectures Come on time.

Homework assignments hard work Independence desire to improve their mind desire to acquire new skills want to understand their world be willing to work collaboratively WHY WERE HERE -You-You absolutely LOVE science -You need credits to graduate -Just curious, it seemed like it might be easy

-You have absolutely no idea WHY WERE HERE -Me-Im an Associate professor in the Dept of Water Management and teach 4 classes/year, -I teach statistical hydrology, watershed hydrology, Introduction of water science and advanced surface water hydrology for MSc. students. Presenting the Course Present lecture material in power point

presentation to honor fact that different people learn differently: - Seeing/Visual - Reading - Hearing - Personal discovery - etc GOALS of the Course Course Goals Apply our knowledge -Get experience in a new science.

-Broaden your Knowledge. -Be able to develop and solve various types of problems related to statistical hydrology. -Understand the advantages and limitations of methods and algorithms used in statistical hydrology. GOALS of the Course Course Goals Comfort with new language -Understand and appreciate how models can be used in statistical hydrology

-More responsible citizen. -Lots of terminology throughout this course. - Statistical hydrology requires knowledge of various sciences like hydrology, mathematics and statistics. GOALS of the Course Course Goals But also, we have these goals:

Critical thinking & scientific method. - - Improve ability to communicate - Acquire new skills in the use of technology Statistical hydrology

Our Chapters -Examples of Data Records in Hydrology. -How to Present Statistical Data? - Estimation of Statistical Measures. - Probability Theory and Applications. -Random Functions. Variables and

Distribution - Mathematical Expectation. - Flood Frequency Analysis and Plotting Position. -Testing Hypothesis and Goodness of Fit Test. - Statistics of More than one Variable and Your Tool 1.Notes. 2.Websites. 3. Library.

EXAMS & GRADING Grades Home Work 20 points Mid term Exam 40 points Final term Exam

40 points Total 100 points

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