Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Robert W. Hill
The science of water resource planning and management implies the utilization of available water supplies in order to meet specific goals and objectives (Hill and Riley, 1972). Essential to effective planning and management is the consideration and analysis of all possible alternatives. Past research at Utah State University has demonstrated that the hybrid computer simulation of hydrologic processes is a reliable planning technique which provides the capability to examine many possible alternatives in a short period of time (Hill et al., 1970; Riley, 1970; and Riley et al., 1967). This technique, because of its interactive characteristics, is valuable also in teaching some basic concepts of hydrology and water resource management.
Atali, Arif Hikmet, "Interactive Hybrid Computer Program as an Aid for Teaching Hydrology" (1974). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 1351.
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