A 2008 course by J.J. McDonnell from the Department of Forest Engineering, Resources and Management at Oregon State University on Hillslope Hydrology. Hillslope hydrology will address basic questions of how watersheds function at the plot-hillslope-catchment scale: (1) Where does water go when it rains?, (2) How long does it reside in the watershed?, and (3) What pathway does it take to the stream channel?
Groundwater, floods, droughts, streamgagng, water quality, water use
The US Geological Survey (USGS) Water Mission Area offers video lectures on a wide range of topics as groundwater, floods, droughts, streamgauging, water quality and water use.
Bangalore University ranges a wide range of lectures on stochastic hydrology. The courses deal with Markov Chains, Probability functions, data consistency checks and much more
Hydrology of rivers, catchments and delta’s
MSc course offered by Delft University of Technology open course ware on several topics related to hydrology. The course aims to let you understand the relations between hydrological processes in catchment areas, understand and to calculate the propagation of flood waves, understand hydrological processes in deltas and to draft frequency analysis of extremes under different climatological conditions.
MSc course offered by Delft University of Technology open course ware on hydrological measurements. 7 lectures deal with the topics on measuring stage discharge, soil hydrology, discharge structures, dilution, measuring evaporation, modelling, and isotope and hydrographic separation.
Spatial tools in water resources management
MSc course offered by Delft University of Technology open course ware on spatial tools in water resources management. The course discusses several Geopgraphical Information System (GIS) and Remote Sensing (RS) tools relevant for analysis of (problems in and aspects of) water systems.