More on Hydrology/FloodingHydrology for Non-Majors
This course is designed to address the needs of non-hydrologists who work with hydrologic data, particularly in flood forecasting. Take this course to understand better the interaction of the waters of the land and sky.
For more information go to the Basic Hydrologic Sciences Distance Learning Course Portal.Hydro Training from Other Sources
SUNY-Syracuse and Humboldt State University have created two hydrology training modules with COMET Outreach Program funds. Check them out!
The University of Arizona and the National Weather Service office in Tucson have partnered on a project to develop a more robust, site-specific flash flood forecasting system that couples a subsurface flow model (SM-hsB) with the KIENEROS overland flow model. The results of the study are available here.
About Our Training Resources
Our training consists of lessons and courses. A lesson is targeted toward one focused subject, whereas a course is a collection of lessons that pertain to a broader subject area. You can receive certificates of completion for both lessons and courses. Courses are entirely self-paced and available for open enrollment. We also list a select set of resources that are not hosted on MetEd that are of high quailty and of interest to our community.
The COMET® Program's virtual classroom provides access to material in support of our residence and virtual courses. These courses are generally available by invitation only and are hosted at our UCAR facility in beautiful Boulder, Colorado.