Course Title : Water Resources Systems

Code 10A222
Course Year Master and Doctor Course
Term 1st term
Class day & Period Tue 1st
Location C1-192
Credits 2
Restriction No Restriction
Lecture Form(s) Lecture
Language Japanese
Instructor Hori, T.(DPRI) and Tanaka, K.(DPRI)

Course Description

Systems approach to natural and social phenomena associated to water resources is introduced in terms of planning and design of sustainable water resources systems.


Grading is done based on examination and commitment to classes.

Course Goals

Deep understanding of fundamentals for systems modeling of water-related natural and social processes and ability to perform data collection, analyses and design of sustainable water management systems.

Course Topics

Theme Class number of times Description
Optimum design of water resources systems 3
desicion support for water resources management 2
Recent topics on water management 2
Water management practices in the world 3
Land surface model and its application to water management 4
achievement check 1


Not specified.


Supplemental documents will be introduced in classes.


Fundamentals of hydrology and water resouyrces engineering.

Independent Study Outside of Class

Review work based on handouts and report work for issues given in the classes are required.

Web Sites

Additional Information

Open every two years. Not available in 2018.