Academic Calendar 2017/2018 - Environmental Hydrology

GEOG 3096  Environmental Hydrology


Any 54 credits completed with 6 credits from the Sciences


Three hours of lecture and one hour of laboratory work per week for one term.




Students examine topics in environmental hydrology, including the study of physical processes controlling water movement and storage at various scales and the use of environmental tracers in the study of human impacts on our watersheds. The lab component may include field, laboratory and computing activities. This course may be credited towards Science.

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